L. Robert R. Slevc

University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
psycholinguistics, music cognition
"L. Robert Slevc"
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Victor S. Ferreira grad student 2007 UCSD
 (Saying what's on your mind: Working memory effects on syntactic production.)
Randi Martin post-doc 2007-2010 Rice University (Neurotree)


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Akira Miyake collaborator CU Boulder (Neurotree)
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Momma S, Buffinton J, Slevc LR, et al. (2020) Syntactic category constrains lexical competition in speaking. Cognition. 197: 104183
Ogg M, Slevc LR. (2019) Acoustic Correlates of Auditory Object and Event Perception: Speakers, Musical Timbres, and Environmental Sounds. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 1594
Ogg M, Moraczewski D, Kuchinsky SE, et al. (2019) Separable neural representations of sound sources: Speaker identity and musical timbre. Neuroimage
Momma S, Slevc LR, Phillips C. (2018) Unaccusativity in Sentence Production Linguistic Inquiry. 49: 181-194
Slevc LR, Ivanova I. (2017) The relationship between priming and linguistic representations is mediated by processing constraints. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e310
Ogg M, Slevc LR, Idsardi WJ. (2017) The time course of sound category identification: Insights from acoustic features. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 142: 3459
Li L, Slevc LR. (2016) Of Papers and Pens: Polysemes and Homophones in Lexical (mis)Selection. Cognitive Science
Slevc LR, Faroqi-Shah Y, Saxena S, et al. (2016) Preserved processing of musical structure in a person with agrammatic aphasia. Neurocase. 1-7
Slevc LR, Davey NS, Linck JA. (2016) A new look at “the hard problem” of bilingual lexical access: evidence for language-switch costs with univalent stimuli Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 28: 385-395
Momma S, Slevc LR, Phillips C. (2015) The Timing of Verb Selection in Japanese Sentence Production. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
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