Michael S. Vitevitch

Psychology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
Spoken word recognition
"Michael Vitevitch"
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Siew CSQ, Vitevitch MS. (2020) Investigating the Influence of Inverse Preferential Attachment on Network Development. Entropy (Basel, Switzerland). 22
Siew CSQ, Vitevitch MS. (2020) An investigation of network growth principles in the phonological language network. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Siew CSQ, Vitevitch MS. (2019) The phonographic language network: Using network science to investigate the phonological and orthographic similarity structure of language. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 148: 475-500
Castro N, Mendoza JM, Tampke EC, et al. (2018) An account of the Speech-to-Song Illusion using Node Structure Theory. Plos One. 13: e0198656
Goldstein R, Vitevitch MS. (2017) The Influence of Closeness Centrality on Lexical Processing. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 1683
Castro N, Pelczarski KM, Vitevitch MS. (2017) Using Network Science Measures to Predict the Lexical Decision Performance of Adults Who Stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 1-8
Siew CS, Pelczarski KM, Yaruss JS, et al. (2016) Using the OASES-A to illustrate how network analysis can be applied to understand the experience of stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders. 65: 1-9
Forbush KT, Siew CS, Vitevitch MS. (2016) Application of network analysis to identify interactive systems of eating disorder psychopathology. Psychological Medicine. 1-11
Vitevitch MS, Goldstein R, Johnson E. (2016) Path-length and the misperception of speech: Insights from network science and psycholinguistics Understanding Complex Systems. 99: 29-45
Vitevitch MS, Siew CS. (2015) Estimating Group Size From Human Speech: Three's a Conversation, but Four's a Crowd. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-35
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