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Laurence Bruggeman
Laurence Bruggeman
The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development, Western Sydney University
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Abstraction and the (misnamed) Language Familiarity Effect
EK Johnson, L Bruggeman, A Cutler
Cognitive Science 42, 633-645, 2018
312018
No L1 privilege in talker adaptation
L Bruggeman, A Cutler
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 23 (3), 681-693, 2020
152020
Nativeness, dominance, and the flexibility of listening to spoken language
L Bruggeman
Western Sydney University Sydney, 2016
112016
Children with hearing loss can predict during sentence processing
R Holt, L Bruggeman, K Demuth
Cognition 212, 104684, 2021
102021
Visual speech cues speed processing and reduce effort for children listening in quiet and noise
R Holt, L Bruggeman, K Demuth
Applied Psycholinguistics 41 (4), 933-961, 2020
72020
Effects of hearing loss and audio-visual cues on children's speech processing speed
R Holt, L Bruggeman, K Demuth
Speech Communication 146, 11-21, 2023
62023
The acquisition of acoustic cues to onset and coda voicing contrasts by preschoolers with hearing loss
L Bruggeman, J Millasseau, I Yuen, K Demuth
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 64 (12), 4631-4648, 2021
62021
Temporal cues to onset voicing contrasts in Australian English-speaking children
J Millasseau, L Bruggeman, I Yuen, K Demuth
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 149 (1), 348-356, 2021
62021
Phonologically determined asymmetries in vocabulary structure across languages
A Cutler, T Otake, L Bruggeman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 132 (2), EL155-EL160, 2012
62012
Acoustic cues to coda stop voicing contrasts in Australian English-speaking children
J Millasseau, I Yuen, L Bruggeman, K Demuth
Journal of Child Language 48 (6), 1262-1280, 2021
42021
Vocabulary structure and spoken-word recognition: Evidence from French reveals the source of embedding asymmetry
A Cutler, L Bruggeman
Interspeech 2013: 14th Annual Conference of the International Speech …, 2013
42013
Durational cues to place and voicing contrasts in Australian English word-initial stops
J Millasseau, L Bruggeman, I Yuen, K Demuth
19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2019), 3759-3762, 2019
32019
Lexical manipulation as a discovery tool for psycholinguistic research
L Bruggeman, A Cutler
Carignan, C.; Tyler, MD (ed.), Proceedings of the Sixteenth Australasian …, 2016
32016
Listener adjustment of stress cue use to fit language vocabulary structure
L Bruggeman, J Yu, A Cutler
Speech Prosody 2022, 264-267, 2022
22022
Use of language-specific speech cues in highly proficient second-language listening
A Cutler, L Bruggeman, A Wagner
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (4), 2161-2161, 2016
22016
Listening like a native: Unprofitable procedures need to be discarded
L Bruggeman, A Cutler
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 26 (5), 1093-1102, 2023
12023
The dynamics of lexical activation and competition in bilinguals’ first versus second language
L Bruggeman, A Cutler
19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2019), 1342-1346, 2019
12019
Audiovisual benefits for speech processing speed among children with hearing loss
R Holt, L Bruggeman, K Demuth
15th International Conference on Auditory-Visual Speech Processing (AVSP), 2019
12019
The production of voicing and place of articulation contrasts by Australian English-speaking children
L Bruggeman, J Millasseau, I Yuen, K Demuth
17th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology …, 2018
12018
Lexical recognition processes in L2-dominant bilingualism
L Bruggeman, A Cutler
Frontiers in Language Sciences 3, 1275435, 2024
2024
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