Suzy J Styles

Affiliations: 
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 
Area:
Developmental Psycholinguistics
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Kim Plunkett grad student

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Nora Turoman research assistant 2014-2015 Nanyang Technlogical University, Singapore (Neurotree)

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Vanja Kovic collaborator (Neurotree)
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Šoškić A, Jovanović V, Styles SJ, et al. (2021) How to do Better N400 Studies: Reproducibility, Consistency and Adherence to Research Standards in the Existing Literature. Neuropsychology Review
Liew K, Lindborg P, Rodrigues R, et al. (2018) Cross-Modal Perception of Noise-in-Music: Audiences Generate Spiky Shapes in Response to Auditory Roughness in a Novel Electroacoustic Concert Setting. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 178
Shang N, Styles SJ. (2017) Is a High Tone Pointy? Speakers of Different Languages Match Mandarin Chinese Tones to Visual Shapes Differently. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 2139
Turoman N, Styles SJ. (2017) Glyph guessing for 'oo' and 'ee': spatial frequency information in sound symbolic matching for ancient and unfamiliar scripts. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 170882
Styles SJ, Gawne L. (2017) When Does Maluma/Takete Fail? Two Key Failures and a Meta-Analysis Suggest That Phonology and Phonotactics Matter. I-Perception. 8: 2041669517724807
Ković V, Sučević J, Styles SJ. (2017) To call a cloud 'cirrus': sound symbolism in names for categories or items. Peerj. 5: e3466
Hung SM, Styles SJ, Hsieh PJ. (2017) Can a Word Sound Like a Shape Before You Have Seen It? Sound-Shape Mapping Prior to Conscious Awareness. Psychological Science. 956797616677313
Sučević J, Savić AM, Popović MB, et al. (2016) Corrigendum to "Balloons and bavoons vs spikes and shikes: ERPs reveal shared neural processes for shape-sound-meaning congruence in words, and shape-sound congruence in pseudowords" [Brain and Language 145-146 (2015) 11-22]. Brain and Language. 155: 58
Styles SJ, Plunkett K, Duta MD. (2015) Infant VEPs reveal neural correlates of implicit naming: Lateralized differences between lexicalized versus name-unknown pictures. Neuropsychologia. 77: 177-84
Sučević J, Savić AM, Popović MB, et al. (2015) Balloons and bavoons versus spikes and shikes: ERPs reveal shared neural processes for shape-sound-meaning congruence in words, and shape-sound congruence in pseudowords. Brain and Language. 145: 11-22
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