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Niels Olaf Schiller

Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands 
"Niels Schiller"
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van de Velde DJ, Frijns JHM, Beers M, et al. (2018) Basic Measures of Prosody in Spontaneous Speech of Children With Early and Late Cochlear Implantation. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 61: 3075-3094
VAN DE Velde DJ, Schiller NO, Levelt CC, et al. (2018) Prosody perception and production by children with cochlear implants. Journal of Child Language. 1-31
Beyersmann E, Biedermann B, Alario FX, et al. (2018) Plural dominance and the production of determiner-noun phrases in French. Plos One. 13: e0200723
van de Velde DJ, Schiller NO, van Heuven VJ, et al. (2017) The perception of emotion and focus prosody with varying acoustic cues in cochlear implant simulations with varying filter slopes. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 141: 3349
Wu J, Chen Y, Van Heuven VJ, et al. (2016) Predicting tonal realizations in one Chinese dialect from another Speech Communication. 76: 1-27
Kaczer L, Timmer K, Bavassi L, et al. (2015) Distinct morphological processing of recently learned compound words: An ERP study. Brain Research
van de Velde DJ, Dritsakis G, Frijns JH, et al. (2015) The effect of spectral smearing on the identification of pure F0 intonation contours in vocoder simulations of cochlear implants. Cochlear Implants International. 16: 77-87
Verdonschot RG, Lai J, Chen F, et al. (2015) Constructing initial phonology in Mandarin Chinese: Syllabic or subsyllabic? A masked priming investigation Japanese Psychological Research. 57: 61-68
Beyersmann E, Dutton EM, Amer S, et al. (2015) The production of singular- and plural-dominant nouns in Dutch Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 30: 867-876
Nixon JS, Chen Y, Schiller NO. (2015) Multi-level processing of phonetic variants in speech production and visual word processing: evidence from Mandarin lexical tones Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 30: 491-505
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