Alissa P. Melinger, Ph.D.

2001 State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
Linguistics Language, Cognitive Psychology
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Jean-Pierre Koenig grad student 2001 SUNY Buffalo
 (Morphological complexity in English prefixed words: An experimental investigation.)
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Lin HP, Kuhlen AK, Melinger A, et al. (2021) Concurrent semantic priming and lexical interference for close semantic relations in blocked-cyclic picture naming: Electrophysiological signatures. Psychophysiology. e13990
Melinger A. (2020) Do elevators compete with lifts?: Selecting dialect alternatives. Cognition. 206: 104471
Rahman RA, Melinger A. (2019) Semantic processing during language production: an update of the swinging lexical network Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 34: 1176-1192
Rose SB, Aristei S, Melinger A, et al. (2018) The closer they are, the more they interfere: Semantic similarity of word distractors increases competition in language production. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Melinger A. (2018) Distinguishing languages from dialects: A litmus test using the picture-word interference task. Cognition. 172: 73-88
Ross J, Melinger A. (2016) Bilingual advantage, bidialectal advantage or neither? Comparing performance across three tests of executive function in middle childhood. Developmental Science
Martin CD, Garcia X, Potter D, et al. (2015) Holiday or vacation? The processing of variation in vocabulary across dialects Language, Cognition and Neuroscience
Melinger A, Branigan HP, Pickering MJ. (2014) Parallel processing in language production Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 29: 663-683
Eisner F, Melinger A, Weber A. (2013) Constraints on the transfer of perceptual learning in accented speech. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 148
Melinger A, Rahman RA. (2013) Lexical selection is competitive: evidence from indirectly activated semantic associates during picture naming. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition. 39: 348-364
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