Jennifer Aydelott
Jennifer Aydelott
Senior Lecturer, Dept of Psychological Sciences, Birkbeck College
Verified email at mail.bbk.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Language deficits, localization, and grammar: evidence for a distributive model of language breakdown in aphasic patients and neurologically intact individuals.
F Dick, E Bates, B Wulfeck, JA Utman, N Dronkers, MA Gernsbacher
Psychological review 108 (4), 759, 2001
2822001
From babbling towards the sound systems of English and French: A longitudinal two-case study
AG Levitt, JGA Utman
Journal of child language 19 (1), 19-49, 1992
1281992
Mapping from sound to meaning: Reduced lexical activation in Broca's aphasics
JA Utman, SE Blumstein, K Sullivan
Brain and language 79 (3), 444-472, 2001
942001
Effects of acoustic distortion and semantic context on lexical access
J Aydelott, E Bates
Language and cognitive processes 19 (1), 29-56, 2004
702004
Effects of subphonetic and syllable structure variation on word recognition
JA Utman, SE Blumstein, MW Burton
Perception & Psychophysics 62 (6), 1297-1311, 2000
642000
Left inferior prefrontal cortex activity reflects inhibitory rather than facilitatory priming
ER Cardillo, J Aydelott, PM Matthews, JT Devlin
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16 (9), 1552-1561, 2004
592004
Generality and specificity in the effects of musical expertise on perception and cognition
D Carey, S Rosen, S Krishnan, MT Pearce, A Shepherd, J Aydelott, F Dick
Cognition 137, 81-105, 2015
512015
Normal adult aging and the contextual influences affecting speech and meaningful sound perception
J Aydelott, R Leech, J Crinion
Trends in amplification 14 (4), 218-232, 2010
452010
Effects of acoustic distortion and semantic context on event‐related potentials to spoken words
J Aydelott, F Dick, DL Mills
Psychophysiology 43 (5), 454-464, 2006
422006
Informational factors in identifying environmental sounds in natural auditory scenes
R Leech, B Gygi, J Aydelott, F Dick
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126 (6), 3147-3155, 2009
382009
Selective acoustic phonetic impairment and lexical access in an aphasic patient
D Caplan, JA Utman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 95 (1), 512-517, 1994
371994
On the nature of lexical processing in Broca's aphasia: Effects of subphonetic acoustic differences on lexical access
J Aydelott, SE Blumstein
Brain and Language 51, 156, 1995
331995
The development of sentence interpretation: effects of perceptual, attentional and semantic interference
R Leech, J Aydelott, G Symons, J Carnevale, F Dick
Developmental science 10 (6), 794-813, 2007
322007
Effects of local speaking rate context on the perception of voice-onset time in initial stop consonants
JA Utman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 103 (3), 1640-1653, 1998
281998
Speech perception: Motoric contributions versus the motor theory
JT Devlin, J Aydelott
Current Biology 19 (5), R198-R200, 2009
262009
(Im-) possible ISOL beams
U Köster, P Carbonez, A Dorsival, J Dvorak, R Eichler, S Fernandes, ...
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 150 (1), 285-291, 2007
23*2007
Effects of subphonetic acoustic differences on lexical access in neurologically intact adults and patients with Broca's aphasia.
JA Utman
181998
The influence of language on the acoustic properties of phonetic features: A study of the feature [strident] in Ewe and English
JA Utman, SE Blumstein
Phonetica 51 (4), 221-238, 1994
181994
Language in an embodied brain: the role of animal models.
F Dick, AP Saygin, S Moineau, J Aydelott, E Bates
Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior 40 …, 2004
172004
Sentence comprehension in competing speech: Dichotic sentence-word priming reveals hemispheric differences in auditory semantic processing
J Aydelott, D Baer-Henney, M Trzaskowski, R Leech, F Dick
Language and Cognitive Processes 27 (7-8), 1108-1144, 2012
152012
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