Linda Polka

McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
"Linda Polka"


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Jessica S.F. Hay research assistant 1997-1998 McGill
Matthew Masapollo grad student McGill
Monika Molnar grad student McGill (Neurotree)
Navid Shahnaz grad student 2001 McGill
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Zhao TC, Masapollo M, Polka L, et al. (2019) Effects of formant proximity and stimulus prototypicality on the neural discrimination of vowels: Evidence from the auditory frequency-following response. Brain and Language. 194: 77-83
Masapollo M, Polka L, Ménard L, et al. (2018) Asymmetries in unimodal visual vowel perception: The roles of oral-facial kinematics, orientation, and configuration. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Masapollo M, Polka L, Ménard L. (2017) A universal bias in adult vowel perception - By ear or by eye. Cognition. 166: 358-370
Masapollo M, Polka L, Molnar M, et al. (2017) Directional asymmetries reveal a universal bias in adult vowel perception. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 141: 2857
Nam Y, Polka L. (2016) The phonetic landscape in infant consonant perception is an uneven terrain. Cognition. 155: 57-66
Kadam MA, Orena AJ, Theodore RM, et al. (2016) Reading ability influences native and non-native voice recognition, even for unimpaired readers. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 139: EL6
Orena AJ, Theodore RM, Polka L. (2015) Language exposure facilitates talker learning prior to language comprehension, even in adults. Cognition. 143: 36-40
Masapollo M, Polka L, Ménard L. (2015) When infants talk, infants listen: pre-babbling infants prefer listening to speech with infant vocal properties. Developmental Science
Polka L, Masapollo M, Ménard L. (2014) Who's talking now? Infants' perception of vowels with infant vocal properties. Psychological Science. 25: 1448-56
Nazzi T, Mersad K, Sundara M, et al. (2014) Early word segmentation in infants acquiring Parisian French: task-dependent and dialect-specific aspects. Journal of Child Language. 41: 600-33
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