Adam B. Buchwald

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
CSD, Linguistics, Psycholinguistics
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Brenda Rapp grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
 (Sound structure representation, repair and well -formedness: Grammar in spoken language production.)
David B. Pisoni post-doc Indiana University
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Mcallister Byun T, Buchwald A, Mizoguchi A. (2015) Covert contrast in velar fronting: An acoustic and ultrasound study Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics
Buchwald A. (2015) Cognitive and neural constraints on theories of language production Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 30: 235-237
Buchwald A, Falconer C. (2014) Cascading activation from lexical processing to letter-level processing in written word production. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 31: 606-21
Rapp B, Buchwald A, Goldrick M. (2014) Integrating accounts of speech production: The devil is in the representational details Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 29: 24-27
Felty RA, Buchwald A, Gruenenfelder TM, et al. (2013) Misperceptions of spoken words: data from a random sample of American English words. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 134: 572-85
Miozzo M, Buchwald A. (2013) On the nature of sonority in spoken word production: evidence from neuropsychology. Cognition. 128: 287-301
Falconer C, Buchwald A. (2013) Do activated letters influence lexical selection in written word production? Aphasiology. 27: 849-866
Buchwald A, Miozzo M. (2012) Phonological and motor errors in individuals with acquired sound production impairment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 55: S1573-86
Buchwald A, Miozzo M. (2011) Finding levels of abstraction in speech production: evidence from sound-production impairment. Psychological Science. 22: 1113-9
Falconer C, Miner T, Velez D, et al. (2011) Interaction between word-level and letter-level processing in written language: Evidence from acquired dysgraphia Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 23: 238-239
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