Arthur Gary Samuel, PhD

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Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
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http://www.psychology.stonybrook.edu/asamuel-/
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Dissertation: SPEECH IS SPECIALIZED, NOT SPECIAL
University of California, San Diego - 1979

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Martin AE, Monahan PJ, Samuel AG. (2017) Prediction of Agreement and Phonetic Overlap Shape Sublexical Identification. Language and Speech. 60: 356-376
Ishida M, Samuel AG, Arai T. (2016) Some people are "More Lexical" than others. Cognition. 151: 68-75
Samuel AG, Frost R. (2015) Lexical support for phonetic perception during nonnative spoken word recognition. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Gwilliams LE, Monahan PJ, Samuel AG. (2015) Sensitivity to Morphological Composition in Spoken Word Recognition: Evidence From Grammatical and Lexical Identification Tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Zhang X, Samuel AG. (2015) The Activation of Embedded Words in Spoken Word Recognition. Journal of Memory and Language. 79: 53-75
Baart M, Samuel AG. (2015) Early processing of auditory lexical predictions revealed by ERPs. Neuroscience Letters. 585: 98-102
Samuel AG. (2015) Commentary on “Sentential influences on acoustic-phonetic processing: a Granger causality analysis of multimodal imaging data” Language, Cognition and Neuroscience
Baart M, Samuel AG. (2015) Turning a blind eye to the lexicon: ERPs show no cross-talk between lip-read and lexical context during speech sound processing Journal of Memory and Language. 85: 42-59
Hu K, Zhan J, Li B, et al. (2014) Multiple cueing dissociates location- and feature-based repetition effects. Vision Research. 101: 73-81
Samuel AG, Lieblich J. (2014) Visual speech acts differently than lexical context in supporting speech perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 40: 1479-90
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