Esther Janse
Esther Janse
Associate Professor Radboud University Nijmegen
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What do verbal fluency tasks measure? Predictors of verbal fluency performance in older adults
Z Shao, E Janse, K Visser, AS Meyer
Frontiers in psychology 5, 772, 2014
Individual differences in working memory and processing speed predict anticipatory spoken language processing in the visual world
F Huettig, E Janse
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (1), 80-93, 2016
Comprehension of a novel accent by young and older listeners.
P Adank, E Janse
Psychology and aging 25 (3), 736, 2010
Word perception in fast speech: artificially time-compressed vs. naturally produced fast speech
E Janse
Speech communication 42 (2), 155-173, 2004
Predicting foreign-accent adaptation in older adults
E Janse, P Adank
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (8), 1563-1585, 2012
Perceptual learning of time-compressed and natural fast speech
P Adank, E Janse
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126 (5), 2649-2659, 2009
Processing of fast speech by elderly listeners
E Janse
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (4), 2361-2373, 2009
Lexical competition effects in aphasia: Deactivation of lexical candidates in spoken word processing
E Janse
Brain and Language 97 (1), 1-11, 2006
Word-level intelligibility of time-compressed speech: prosodic and segmental factors
E Janse, S Nooteboom, H Quené
Speech Communication 41 (2-3), 287-301, 2003
Coping with gradient forms of/t/-deletion and lexical ambiguity in spoken word recognition
E Janse, SG Nooteboom, H Quené
Language and Cognitive Processes 22 (2), 161-200, 2007
A non-auditory measure of interference predicts distraction by competing speech in older adults
E Janse
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 19 (6), 741-758, 2012
Production and perception of fast speech
E Janse
Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics, 2003
The roles of bottom-up and top-down information in the recognition of reduced speech: Evidence from listeners with normal and impaired hearing
E Janse, M Ernestus
Journal of Phonetics 39 (3), 330-343, 2011
Anticipatory eye movements are modulated by working memory capacity: Evidence from older adults
F Huettig, E Janse
the 18th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language …, 2012
Working memory affects older adults’ use of context in spoken-word recognition
E Janse, A Jesse
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 67 (9), 1842-1862, 2014
Audiovisual benefit for recognition of speech presented with single-talker noise in older listeners
A Jesse, E Janse
Language and cognitive processes 27 (7-8), 1167-1191, 2012
Relationship between perceptual learning in speech and statistical learning in younger and older adults
TM Neger, T Rietveld, E Janse
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 628, 2014
Comparing lexically guided perceptual learning in younger and older listeners
O Scharenborg, E Janse
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (3), 525-536, 2013
The role of attentional abilities in lexically guided perceptual learning by older listeners
O Scharenborg, A Weber, E Janse
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (2), 493-507, 2015
Identifying nonwords: Effects of lexical neighborhoods, phonotactic probability, and listener characteristics
E Janse, RS Newman
Language and Speech 56 (4), 421-441, 2013
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