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Effect of object salience on eye movements in a visual-linguistic task

Toscano, J. C. (2005). Honors thesis for the B.S. in Brain and Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester... Read more →

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Top-down and bottom-up influences on saccades in a visual search task

Beutter, B. R., Toscano, J. C., and Stone, L. S. (2005, May). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL.

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Cue integration during spoken word recognition

One way for listeners to cope with variability in the speech signal is to use multiple acoustic cues when identifying speech sounds. Multiple cues often contribute to a single phonetic distinction in speech, and listeners can combine different sources of acoustic information to help resolve ambiguity. For example, one of the primary acoustic cues to the voicing distinction in English, the difference between the sounds ‘b’ and ‘p’, is voice-onset time (VOT)... Read more →

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