Psychology of Language
Archive of my dissertation on how modality of input (spoken vs. written) influences the efficiency of word learning.
Research project ‘Planning for Language Production: The Electrophysiological Signature of Attention to the Cue to Speak’ from Suzanne Jongman, Vitoria Piai and Antje Meyer.
This is a collection of experiments from the PhD project “Discovering the linking mechanisms between different levels of speech comprehension”.
This study tested whether the generation and production effects arise during picture naming. In other words, whether coming up with a word (the generation effect) and saying that word aloud (the production effect) improve memory for pictures that are being named.
This research project investigated constraints of global speech rate effects (talker-specificity; effects of self production).
This collection includes data, materials and analyses used during my PhD