Martin Corley

Affiliations: 
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Area:
psycholingustics
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Loy JE, Rohde H, Corley M. (2016) Effects of Disfluency in Online Interpretation of Deception. Cognitive Science
Ito A, Corley M, Pickering MJ, et al. (2016) Predicting form and meaning: Evidence from brain potentials Journal of Memory and Language. 86: 157-171
McKenna PE, Glass A, Rajendran G, et al. (2015) Strange Words: Autistic Traits and the Processing of Non-Literal Language. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Drake E, Corley M. (2015) Articulatory imaging implicates prediction during spoken language comprehension. Memory & Cognition. 43: 1136-47
Brocklehurst PH, Drake E, Corley M. (2015) Perfectionism and stuttering: Findings of an online survey. Journal of Fluency Disorders. 44: 46-62
Drake E, Corley M. (2015) Effects in production of word pre-activation during listening: are listener-generated predictions specified at a speech-sound level? Memory & Cognition. 43: 111-20
Dall R, Wester M, Corley M. (2014) The effect of filled pauses and speaking rate on speech comprehension in natural, vocoded and synthetic speech Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Interspeech. 56-60
Brocklehurst PH, Lickley RJ, Corley M. (2013) Revisiting Bloodstein's Anticipatory Struggle Hypothesis from a psycholinguistic perspective: a Variable Release Threshold hypothesis of stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders. 46: 217-37
Finlayson IR, Corley M. (2012) Disfluency in dialogue: an intentional signal from the speaker? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 19: 921-8
Brocklehurst PH, Lickley RJ, Corley M. (2012) The influence of anticipation of word misrecognition on the likelihood of stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders. 45: 147-60
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