Paul A. Luce

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State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
Area:
Spoken word recognition
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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
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
Clarke-Davidson CM, Luce PA, Sawusch JR. (2008) Does perceptual learning in speech reflect changes in phonetic category representation or decision bias? Perception & Psychophysics. 70: 604-18
Auer ET, Luce PA. (2008) Probabilistic Phonotactics in Spoken Word Recognition The Handbook of Speech Perception. 610-630
Luce PA, Mclennan CT. (2008) Spoken Word Recognition: The Challenge of Variation The Handbook of Speech Perception. 590-609
Ju M, Luce PA. (2006) Representational specificity of within-category phonetic variation in the long-term mental lexicon. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 32: 120-38
Newman RS, Sawusch JR, Luce PA. (2005) Do postonset segments define a lexical neighborhood? Memory & Cognition. 33: 941-60
McLennan CT, Luce PA, Charles-Luce J. (2005) Representation of lexical form: evidence from studies of sublexical ambiguity. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 31: 1308-14
McLennan CT, Luce PA. (2005) Examining the time course of indexical specificity effects in spoken word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 31: 306-21
Vitevitch MS, Luce PA. (2005) Increases in phonotactic probability facilitate spoken nonword repetition Journal of Memory and Language. 52: 193-204
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