Evan D. Bradley, PhD

2013- Psychology Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Psycholinguistics, Phonetics, Phonology, Music Cognition, Perception, Learning, Tone Languages
"Evan Bradley"

Assistant Professor, Psychology, Pennsylvania State University, Brandywine (2013-)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Psychology/Music, Lawrence University (2012-2013)

PhD, Linguistics & Cognitive Science, University of Delaware (2013)
MA, Linguistics, University of Delaware (2009)
BA, Cognitive Science, Northwestern University (2005)
Certificate, Music, Northwestern University (2005)


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Christopher Kennedy research assistant 2004-2005 Northwestern
Jeffrey Lidz research assistant 2004-2005 Northwestern
Jeffrey N. Heinz grad student 2007-2012 University of Delaware
 (Crosslinguistic perception of pitch in language and music.)
Irene Vogel grad student 2007-2012 University of Delaware
 (Crosslinguistic perception of pitch in language and music.)
Terry L. Gottfried post-doc 2012-2013 Lawrence University (PsychTree)
 (ACM Fellowship)
Max Riesenhuber research scientist 2005-2007 Georgetown (Neurotree)
Arild Hestvik research scientist 2007-2009 University of Delaware
Thomas Powers research scientist 2011-2012 University of Delaware (Philosophy Tree)
 (Center for Science, Ethics, and Public Policy)


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Arild Hestvik collaborator 2015- University of Delaware
Janet G. van Hell collaborator 2015- Penn State
Seth Wiener collaborator 2017- Carnegie Mellon
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Bradley ED. (2017) A Comparison of Stimulus Variability in Lexical Tone and Melody Perception. Psychological Reports. 33294117734832
Bradley ED. (2016) Phonetic Dimensions of Tone Language Effects on Musical Melody Perception Psychomusicology: Music, Mind and Brain. 26: 337-345
Hestvik A, Bradley E, Bradley C. (2012) Working memory effects of gap-predictions in normal adults: an event-related potentials study. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 41: 425-38
Jiang X, Bradley E, Rini L, et al. (2010) Categorization training leads to sharpening tuning of shape-specific tuning in the lateral occipital cortex and learning of category-selective representations in the prefrontal cortex Journal of Vision. 6: 620-620
Jiang X, Bradley E, Rini RA, et al. (2007) Categorization training results in shape- and category-selective human neural plasticity. Neuron. 53: 891-903
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