Benjamin V. Tucker

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Linguistics University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
Area:
Phonetics
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Natasha Warner grad student 2007 University of Arizona
 (Spoken word recognition of the reduced American English Flap.)
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Tucker BV, Brenner D, Danielson DK, et al. (2018) The Massive Auditory Lexical Decision (MALD) database. Behavior Research Methods
Podlubny RG, Nearey TM, Kondrak G, et al. (2018) Assessing the importance of several acoustic properties to the perception of spontaneous speech. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 143: 2255
Porretta V, Kyröläinen AJ, Tucker BV. (2015) Perceived foreign accentedness: Acoustic distances and lexical properties. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Porretta V, Kyröläinen AJ, Tucker BV. (2015) Perceived foreign accentedness: Acoustic distances and lexical properties Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics
Porretta VJ, Tucker BV. (2015) Perception of non-native consonant length contrast: The role of attention in phonetic processing Second Language Research. 31: 239-265
Chen TY, Tucker BV. (2013) Sonorant onset pitch as a perceptual cue of lexical tones in Mandarin. Phonetica. 70: 207-39
Porretta V, Tucker BV. (2013) Perception of non-native consonant length in naïve English listeners Proceedings of Meetings On Acoustics. 19
Tucker BV, Mackie K, Kryuchkova T. (2013) Effects of variation on processing of word-medial consonants Proceedings of Meetings On Acoustics. 19
Cox C, Driedger JM, Tucker BV. (2013) Mennonite Plautdietsch (Canadian Old Colony) Journal of the International Phonetic Association. 43: 221-229
Kryuchkova T, Tucker BV, Wurm LH, et al. (2012) Danger and usefulness are detected early in auditory lexical processing: evidence from electroencephalography. Brain and Language. 122: 81-91
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