Gary M. Oppenheim, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology Bangor University, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom 
Area:
language, speech production, lexical access, phonological encoding, inner speech
Website:
http://oppenheim-lab.bangor.ac.uk/
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Maryellen Coles MacDonald research assistant 2001-2004 UW Madison
 (lab manager)
Mark S. Seidenberg research assistant 2001-2004 UW Madison
 (lab manager)
Gary Dell grad student 2004-2011 UIUC
 (Incremental lexical learning in speech production: A computational model and empirical evaluation.)
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Egan C, Oppenheim GM, Saville C, et al. (2019) Bilinguals apply language-specific grain sizes during sentence reading. Cognition. 193: 104018
Oppenheim GM, Balatsou E. (2019) Lexical competition on demand. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 1-4
Jones MW, Kuipers JR, Nugent S, et al. (2018) Episodic traces and statistical regularities: Paired associate learning in typical and dyslexic readers. Cognition. 177: 214-225
Oppenheim GM. (2018) The paca that roared: Immediate cumulative semantic interference among newly acquired words. Cognition. 177: 21-29
Fink A, Oppenheim GM, Goldrick M. (2018) Interactions between Lexical Access and Articulation. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 33: 12-24
Oppenheim GM. (2017) A blind spot in correct naming latency analyses. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 34: 33-41
Oppenheim GM. (2013) Inner speech as a forward model? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 36: 369-70
Oppenheim GM. (2012) The case for subphonemic attenuation in inner speech: comment on Corley, Brocklehurst, and Moat (2011). Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 38: 502-12
Oppenheim GM, Dell GS. (2010) Motor movement matters: the flexible abstractness of inner speech. Memory & Cognition. 38: 1147-60
Oppenheim GM, Dell GS, Schwartz MF. (2010) The dark side of incremental learning: a model of cumulative semantic interference during lexical access in speech production. Cognition. 114: 227-52
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