Effects of Facial Paralysis and Audiovisual Information on Stop Place Identification
- LATERALIZATION OF AUDITORY LANGUAGE: AN EEG STUDY OF BILINGUAL CROW INDIAN ADOLESCENTS. Vocate, Donna R. // Communication Research Reports;Dec1985, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p46
EEG alpha asymmetry was studied in eight bilingual Crow Indian adolescents. Readings were taken while subjects listened to same content language tapes in Crow and in English. No significant difference in lateralization occurred for the receptive processing of English, but a highly significant...
- "LA FOTOGRAFÃA ES LA MISMA MUERTE": RUINA, ESPECTRO Y TESTIMONIO DE ANTONIO MACHADO EN GUERRA EN ESPAÃ‘A DE JUAN RAMÃ“N JIMÃ‰NEZ. Aguirre-Oteiza, Daniel // Hispanic Review;Autumn2015, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p379
This article presents a literary criticism for the book "Guerra en EspaÃ±a," by Juan RamÃ³n JimÃ©nez. The author comments on the relationship between politics and literature during the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939, as documented in the work. He also considers the impact of the war on...
- On the Metathesis of Labials + /j/ in Hispano-Romance. Wireback, Kenneth J. // Hispanic Review;Summer2002, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p311
Comments on the glide metathesis of the Latin /sj/ and /rj/ sequences. Comparison between the consonant plus palatal glide and labial plus glide sequences; Development of the labial plus /j/ sequences in Spanish and Portuguese languages; Definition of metathesis.
- Maximum interlabial pressures in normal speakers. Hinton, Virginia A.; Arakiasamy, Winston M.C. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr1997, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p400
Investigates the percentage of maximum interlabial contact pressures used during speech production. Bilabial closure; Bite-block construction; Production of bilabial phones at typical conversational rates; Measures of labial maximum voluntary contraction forces during nonspeech tasks.
- Linguistics in the courtroom. Pickett, Penelope O. // FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin;Oct93, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p6
Discusses three types of linguistic analysis presented in the courtroom. Author/speaker comparison; Author/speaker assessment; Discourse analysis; Appropriateness of linguistic analysis for court testimony requiring an expert witness.
- Syntactic Complexity: A Necessary Ingredient in Predicting Readability. Harber, Jean R. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Aug/Sep1979, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p13
Examines the role of syntactic complexity in determining the readability of written materials. Importance of evaluating the syntactic complexity of reading materials; Development of readability formulas.
- Distinguishing Prototype-Based and Exemplar-Based Processes in Dot-Pattern Category Learning. Smith, J. David; Minda, John Paul // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;Jul2002, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p800
Distinguishes the prototype-based and exemplar-based processes in dot-pattern category learning. Difference in the predictions regarding common versions of the dot-distortion task; Production of prototype-enhancement effects through an exemplar-based mechanism; Structure of the psychological...
- Typology of writing systems: Special issue introduction. Joyce, Terry; Borgwaldt, Susanne R. // Written Language & Literacy;2011, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1
An introduction to the journal is presented which discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Rï¿½diger Weingarten on his proposal for comparative graphematics as a linguistic framework, another one by Rebecca Treiman and Brett Kessler on letter-shape similarities...
- The processing of metonymy: Evidence from eye movements. Frisson, Steven; Pickering, Martin J. // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;Nov99, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p1366
Investigates the time course of the processing of metonymic expressions in comparison with literal ones in two eye-tracking experiments. Findings incompatible with models of figurative language processing in which either the literal or figurative sense is accessed first; Access of senses...