Publications

The dual-hub account posits that the neural organization of semantic knowledge is segregated by the type of semantic relation with …

Presenting information in a perceptually disfluent format sometimes enhances memory. Recent work examining one type of perceptual …

Speech perception, especially in background noise, is a critical problem for hearing impaired listeners, and an important issue for …

Listening to speech in adverse conditions can be challenging and effortful, especially for older adults (OAs). This study …

Do students learn better with material that is perceptually hard to process? While evidence is equivocal on the matter, recent claims …

Eye-tracking is widely used throughout the scientific community, from vision science and psycholinguistics, to marketing and …

Semantic cognition includes taxonomic and thematic relationships, as well as control systems to retrieve and manipulate semantic …

Despite the critical importance of close replications in strengthening and advancing scientific knowledge, there are inherent …

When exposed to words presented under perceptually disfluent conditions (e.g., words written in Haettenschweiler font), participants …

Do students learn better with material that is perceptually harder-to-process? Previous research has been equivocal concerning this …

Answering questions before a learning episode-prequestions-can enhance memory for that information. A number of studies have explored …

A core assumption underlying competitive-network models of word recognition is that in order for a word to be recognized, the …

Psychological scientists have recently started to reconsider the importance of close replications in building a cumulative knowledge …