Michael D. Tyler
Michael D. Tyler
Associate Professor, Western Sydney University
Verified email at westernsydney.edu.au - Homepage
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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
15892007
Cross-language differences in cue use for speech segmentation
MD Tyler, A Cutler
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126 (1), 367–376, 2009
2042009
Testing the limits of statistical learning for word segmentation
EK Johnson, MD Tyler
Developmental science 13 (2), 339-345, 2010
1832010
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
1752009
Inter-language interference in VOT production by L2-dominant bilinguals: Asymmetries in phonetic code-switching
M Antoniou, CT Best, MD Tyler, C Kroos
Journal of Phonetics 39 (4), 558-570, 2011
1512011
Perceptual assimilation and discrimination of non-native vowel contrasts
MD Tyler, CT Best, A Faber, AG Levitt
Phonetica 71 (1), 4-21, 2014
1332014
Learning nonadjacent dependencies: no need for algebraic-like computations.
P Perruchet, MD Tyler, N Galland, R Peereman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 133 (4), 573, 2004
1162004
Resource consumption as a function of topic knowledge in nonnative and native comprehension
MD Tyler
Language learning 51 (2), 257-280, 2001
1132001
Vocabulary size matters: The assimilation of second-language Australian English vowels to first-language Japanese vowel categories
RL Bundgaard-Nielsen, CT Best, MD Tyler
Applied Psycholinguistics 32 (1), 51-67, 2011
1102011
Language context elicits native-like stop voicing in early bilinguals’ productions in both L1 and L2
M Antoniou, CT Best, MD Tyler, C Kroos
Journal of Phonetics 38 (4), 640-653, 2010
1102010
Vocabulary size is associated with second-language vowel perception performance in adult learners
RL Bundgaard-Nielsen, CT Best, MD Tyler
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 33 (03), 433-461, 2011
1082011
Two ways to listen: Do L2-dominant bilinguals perceive stop voicing according to language mode?
M Antoniou, MD Tyler, CT Best
Journal of Phonetics 40 (4), 582-594, 2012
1052012
Parameters in television captioning for deaf and hard-of-hearing adults: Effects of caption rate versus text reduction on comprehension
D Burnham, G Leigh, W Noble, C Jones, M Tyler, L Grebennikov, A Varley
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 13 (3), 391-404, 2008
862008
Development of Phonological Constancy: 19‐Month‐Olds, but Not 15‐Month‐Olds, Identify Words in a Non‐Native Regional Accent
KE Mulak, CT Best, MD Tyler, C Kitamura, JR Irwin
Child development 84 (6), 2064-2078, 2013
822013
The Edge Factor in Early Word Segmentation: Utterance-Level Prosody Enables Word Form Extraction by 6-Month-Olds
EK Johnson, A Seidl, MD Tyler
PLOS ONE 9 (1), e83546, 2014
642014
Measuring Relative Cue Strength as a Means of Validating an Inventory of Expert Offender Profiling Cues
BW Morrison, MW Wiggins, NW Bond, MD Tyler
Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making 7 (2), 221-226, 2013
562013
An examination of the different ways that non-native phones may be perceptually assimilated as uncategorized
MM Faris, CT Best, MD Tyler
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (1), EL1-EL5, 2016
502016
Lexical retuning of children's speech perception: Evidence for knowledge about words' component sounds
JM McQueen, MD Tyler, A Cutler
Language Learning and Development 8 (4), 317-339, 2012
472012
Periods of speech perception development and their vestiges in adulthood
D Burnham, M Tyler, S Horlyck
An integrated view of language development: Papers in honor of Henning Wode …, 2002
382002
Regularity of unit length boosts statistical learning in verbal and nonverbal artificial languages
L Hoch, MD Tyler, B Tillmann
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (1), 142-147, 2013
362013
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