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This is a searchable bibliography of all relevant research produced by our Centre members since 2014. Many of these publications can be downloaded as pdfs via our Zotero group or through the digital repositories of the researchers' home institutions. Search for the author's name at the permanent repositories managed by the Australian National University, The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland and Western Sydney University.

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  1. Individual Differences in Infant Speech Segmentation: Achieving the Lexical Shift

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    Evan Kidd, Caroline Junge, Tara Spokes, Lauren Morrison, and Anne Cutler. 2018. "Individual Differences in Infant Speech Segmentation: Achieving the Lexical Shift." Infancy. 23 (6): 770-794. doi: 10.1111/infa.12256.

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  2. The ubiquity of frequency effects in first language acquisition

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    Evan Kidd, Ben Ambridge, Caroline Rowland, and Anna Theakston. 2015. "The ubiquity of frequency effects in first language acquisition." Journal of Child Language. 42 (2): 239-273. doi: 10.1017/S030500091400049X.

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  3. The nature of negotiations in face-to-face versus computer-mediated communication in pair interactions

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    Amir Rouhshad, Gillian Wigglesworth, and Neomy Storch. 2015. "The nature of negotiations in face-to-face versus computer-mediated communication in pair interactions." Language Teaching Research. 20 (4): 514-534. doi: 10.1177/1362168815584455.

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  4. Revisiting the Pressure Impulse in Australian Languages: Bininj Gun-wok

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    Hywel Stoakes, Andrew Butcher, and Janet Fletcher. 2014. "Revisiting the Pressure Impulse in Australian Languages: Bininj Gun-wok". In Proceedings of the 15th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 102-105. Christchurch, New Zealand.

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  5. Why is the sunny side always up? Explaining spatial mapping of concepts by language use

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    Evan Kidd, Stephanie Goodhew, and Bethany McGaw. 2014. "Why is the sunny side always up? Explaining spatial mapping of concepts by language use." Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21 (5): 1287-1293. doi: 10.3758/s13423-014-0593-6.

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  6. Severity of autism is related to children’s language processing

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    Evan Kidd, Edith Bavin, Luke Prendergast, Emma Baker, Cheryl Dissanayake, and Margot Prior. 2014. "Severity of autism is related to children’s language processing." Autism Research. 7: 687-694. doi: 10.1002/aur.1410.

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  7. An electro-palatographic study of consonant sequences

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    Janet Fletcher, Deborah Loakes, and Andrew Butcher. 2014. "An electro-palatographic study of consonant sequences". In Proceedings of the 15th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 115-118. Christchurch, New Zealand.

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  8. Amplitude and F0 as acoustic correlates of Kelantan Malay

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    Janet Fletcher, Mohd Hilmi Hamzah, and John Hajek. 2014. "Amplitude and F0 as acoustic correlates of Kelantan Malay". In Proceedings of the 15th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 63-66. Christchurch, New Zealand.

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  9. Tracking perception of the sounds of English

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    Natasha Warner, James McQueen, and Anne Cutler. 2014. "Tracking perception of the sounds of English." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 135: 2995-3006. doi: 10.1121/1.4870486.

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  10. Cross-speaker generalisation in two phoneme-level perceptual adaptation processes

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    Patrick van der Zande, Alexandra Jesse, and Anne Cutler. 2014. "Cross-speaker generalisation in two phoneme-level perceptual adaptation processes." Journal of Phonetics. 43: 38-46. doi: 10.1016/j.wocn.2014.01.003.

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