Meghan Clayards
Meghan Clayards
Associate Professor, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders and Department of Linguistics
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Perception of speech reflects optimal use of probabilistic speech cues
M Clayards, MK Tanenhaus, RN Aslin, RA Jacobs
Cognition 108 (3), 804-809, 2008
Tracking the time course of phonetic cue integration during spoken word recognition
B McMurray, MA Clayards, MK Tanenhaus, RN Aslin
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15 (6), 1064-1071, 2008
The emergence, progress, and impact of sound change in progress in Seoul Korean: Implications for mechanisms of tonogenesis
HY Bang, M Sonderegger, Y Kang, M Clayards, TJ Yoon
Journal of Phonetics 66, 120-144, 2018
Cue integration in categorical tasks: insights from audio-visual speech perception
VR Bejjanki, M Clayards, DC Knill, RN Aslin
PloS one 6 (5), e19812, 2011
High or low? Comparing high and low-variability phonetic training in adult and child second language learners
A Giannakopoulou, H Brown, M Clayards, E Wonnacott
PeerJ 5, e3209, 2017
A longitudinal study of individual differences in the acquisition of new vowel contrasts
D Kim, M Clayards, H Goad
Journal of Phonetics 67, 1-20, 2018
Individual talker and token covariation in the production of multiple cues to stop voicing
M Clayards
Phonetica 75 (1), 1-23, 2017
Stimulus variability and perceptual learning of nonnative vowel categories
F Brosseau-Lapré, S Rvachew, M Clayards, D Dickson
Applied Psycholinguistics 34 (3), 419-441, 2013
On place assimilation in sibilant sequences—Comparing French and English
O Niebuhr, M Clayards, C Meunier, L Lancia
Journal of Phonetics 39 (3), 429-451, 2011
Differences in cue weights for speech perception are correlated for individuals within and across contrasts
M Clayards
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 144 (3), EL172-EL177, 2018
Individual differences in the link between perception and production and the mechanisms of phonetic imitation
D Kim, M Clayards
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 34 (6), 769-786, 2019
The effects of high versus low talker variability and individual aptitude on phonetic training of Mandarin lexical tones
H Dong, M Clayards, H Brown, E Wonnacott
PeerJ 7, e7191, 2019
Individual differences in perceptual adaptation to unfamiliar phonetic categories
D Kim, M Clayards, EJ Kong
Journal of Phonetics 81, 100984, 2020
The role of lexical status and individual differences for perceptual learning in younger and older adults
S Colby, M Clayards, S Baum
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 61 (8), 1855-1874, 2018
The ideal listener: Making optimal use of acoustic-phonetic cues for word recognition
MA Clayards
University of Rochester, 2008
Individual differences in second language speech perception across tasks and contrasts: The case of English vowel contrasts by Korean learners
D Kim, M Clayards, H Goad
Linguistics Vanguard 3 (1), 20160025, 2017
The effect of word frequency on the timecourse of tonogenesis in Seoul Korean.
HY Bang, M Sonderegger, Y Kang, M Clayards, TJ Yoon
ICPhS, 2015
Does high variability training improve the learning of non-native phoneme contrasts over low variability training? A replication
G Brekelmans, N Lavan, H Saito, M Clayards, E Wonnacott
Journal of Memory and Language 126, 104352, 2022
The effect of production planning locality on external sandhi: A study in/t
O Kilbourn-Ceron, M Wagner, M Clayards
The proceedings of the 52nd Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, 2016
Prominence enhances voicelessness and not place distinction in English voiceless sibilants.
M Clayards, T Knowles
ICPhS, 2015
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