Catherine T Best
TitleCited byYear
A direct realist view of cross-language speech perception
CT Best
Speech perception and linguistic experience: Theoretical and methodological …, 1995
21511995
Nonnative and second-language speech perception: Commonalities and complementarities
CT Best, MD Tyler
Language experience in second language speech learning: In honor of James …, 2007
10842007
Examination of perceptual reorganization for nonnative speech contrasts: Zulu click discrimination by English-speaking adults and infants.
CT Best, GW McRoberts, NM Sithole
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance …, 1988
1065*1988
The emergence of language-specific phonemic influences in infant speech perception
CT Best
The Development of Speech Perception: The Transition from Speech Sounds to …, 1994
927*1994
Discrimination of non-native consonant contrasts varying in perceptual assimilation to the listener’s native phonological system
CT Best, GW McRoberts, E Goodell
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109 (2), 775-794, 2001
7742001
Effects of phonological and phonetic factors on cross-language perception of approximants
CT Best, W Strange
Journal of Phonetics 20 (3), 305-330, 1992
4831992
Perceptual equivalence of acoustic cues in speech and nonspeech perception
CT Best, B Morrongiello, R Robson
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 29 (3), 191-211, 1981
3221981
Categorical perception of English /r/ and /l/ by Japanese bilinguals
KS MacKain, CT Best, W Strange
Applied Psycholinguistics 2 (4), 369-390, 1981
3161981
Identification and discrimination of Mandarin Chinese tones by Mandarin Chinese vs. French listeners
PA Hallé, YC Chang, CT Best
Journal of Phonetics 32 (3), 395-421, 2004
3042004
Infant perception of non-native consonant contrasts that adults assimilate in different ways
CT Best, GW McRoberts
Language and Speech 46 (2-3), 183-216, 2003
2582003
Infants' listening preferences: Baby talk or happy talk?
L Singh, JL Morgan, CT Best
Infancy 3 (3), 365-394, 2002
2422002
Divergent developmental patterns for infants' perception of two nonnative consonant contrasts
CT Best, GW McRoberts, R LaFleur, J Silver-Isenstadt
Infant behavior and development 18 (3), 339-350, 1995
231*1995
Learning to perceive the sound pattern of English
CT Best
Advances in infancy research 9, 217-217, 1995
2181995
Null subject versus null object: Some evidence from the acquisition of Chinese and English
Q Wang, D Lillo-Martin, CT Best, A Levitt
Language Acquisition 2 (3), 221-254, 1992
2051992
Emergence of language-specific constraints in perception of non-native speech: A window on early phonological development
CT Best
Developmental neurocognition: Speech and face processing in the first year …, 1993
1951993
Cross-language perception of non-native tonal contrasts: Effects of native phonological and phonetic influences
CK So, CT Best
Language and Speech 53 (2), 273-293, 2010
1862010
The emergence of cerebral asymmetries in early human development: A literature review and a neuroembryological model
CT Best
Brain lateralization in children: Developmental implications. S. Segalowitz …, 1988
1781988
A cardiac measure of cerebral asymmetries in infant auditory perception.
BB Glanville, CT Best, R Levenson
Developmental Psychology 13 (1), 54-59, 1977
1581977
Development of infant ear asymmetries for speech and music
CT Best, H Hoffman, BB Glanville
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 31 (1), 75-85, 1982
1561982
Development of phonological constancy: Toddlers' perception of native-and Jamaican-accented words
CT Best, MD Tyler, TN Gooding, CB Orlando, CA Quann
Psychological Science 20 (5), 539-542, 2009
1392009
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