Conor T. McLennan

Psychology Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, United States 
Spoken word recognition
"Conor McLennan"
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Paul A. Luce grad student 2003 SUNY Buffalo
 (The time course of indexical specificity effects in spoken word recognition.)
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Krestar ML, McLennan CT. (2019) Responses to Semantically Neutral Words in Varying Emotional Intonations. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 62: 733-744
Tuft SE, McLennan CT, Krestar ML. (2016) Hearing Taboo Words Can Result in Early Talker Effects in Word Recognition for Female Listeners. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-23
Yamamoto N, Incera S, McLennan CT. (2016) A Reverse Stroop Task with Mouse Tracking. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 670
Maibauer AM, Markis TA, Newell J, et al. (2014) Famous talker effects in spoken word recognition. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 11-8
Krestar ML, McLennan CT. (2013) Examining the effects of variation in emotional tone of voice on spoken word recognition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 66: 1793-802
McLennan CT, González J. (2012) Examining talker effects in the perception of native- and foreign-accented speech. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 74: 824-30
Luce PA, McLennan C, Charles-Luce J. (2012) Abstractness and specificity in spoken word recognition: Indexical and allophonic variability in long-term repetition priming Rethinking Implicit Memory
Markis TA, McLennan CT. (2011) The effect of priming a thin ideal on the subsequent perception of conceptually related body image words. Body Image. 8: 423-6
González J, Cervera-Crespo T, McLennan CT. (2010) Hemispheric differences in specificity effects in talker identification. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 72: 2265-73
Lambert BL, Dickey LW, Fisher WM, et al. (2010) Listen carefully: the risk of error in spoken medication orders. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 70: 1599-608
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