Conor T. McLennan

Psychology Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, United States 
Spoken word recognition
"Conor McLennan"
Mean distance: 18.72 (cluster 15)
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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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Cox B, Tuft SE, Morich J, et al. (2023) EXPRESS: Examining listeners' perception of spoken words with different face masks. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218231175631
Incera S, Tuft SE, Fernandes RB, et al. (2020) Using mouse tracking to investigate auditory taboo effects in first and second language speakers of American English. Cognition & Emotion. 1-9
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
Allen PA, Hughes ML, Houston JR, et al. (2019) Are There Age Differences in Consolidated Episodic Memory? Experimental Aging Research. 1-23
Incera S, McLennan CT, Stronsick LM, et al. (2018) Is tuba masculine or feminine? The timing of grammatical gender Mind & Language. 34: 667-680
Incera S, McLennan CT. (2017) Bilingualism and age are continuous variables that influence executive function. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 1-21
Stronsick LM, Tuft SE, Incera S, et al. (2017) Masculine harps and feminine horns: Timbre and pitch level influence gender ratings of musical instruments Psychology of Music. 46: 896-912
McLennan CT, Manning P, Tuft SE. (2017) An evaluation of the Game Changer Password System: A new approach to password security International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 100: 1-17
Incera S, Shah AP, McLennan CT, et al. (2016) Sentence context influences the subjective perception of foreign accents. Acta Psychologica. 172: 71-76
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
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