Carolyn McGettigan
Carolyn McGettigan
Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University College London
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Lexical information drives perceptual learning of distorted speech: evidence from the comprehension of noise-vocoded sentences.
MH Davis, IS Johnsrude, A Hervais-Adelman, K Taylor, C McGettigan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 134 (2), 222, 2005
A little more conversation, a little less action—candidate roles for the motor cortex in speech perception
SK Scott, C McGettigan, F Eisner
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 10 (4), 295-302, 2009
The social life of laughter
SK Scott, N Lavan, S Chen, C McGettigan
Trends in cognitive sciences 18 (12), 618-620, 2014
Voice modulation: a window into the origins of human vocal control?
K Pisanski, V Cartei, C McGettigan, J Raine, D Reby
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (4), 304-318, 2016
Individual differences in laughter perception reveal roles for mentalizing and sensorimotor systems in the evaluation of emotional authenticity
C McGettigan, E Walsh, R Jessop, ZK Agnew, DA Sauter, JE Warren, ...
Cerebral cortex 25 (1), 246-257, 2015
Cortical asymmetries in speech perception: what's wrong, what's right and what's left?
C McGettigan, SK Scott
Trends in cognitive sciences 16 (5), 269-276, 2012
Developmental phonagnosia: a selective deficit of vocal identity recognition
L Garrido, F Eisner, C McGettigan, L Stewart, D Sauter, JR Hanley, ...
Neuropsychologia 47 (1), 123-131, 2009
Flexible voices: Identity perception from variable vocal signals
N Lavan, AM Burton, SK Scott, C McGettigan
Psychonomic bulletin & review 26, 90-102, 2019
Inferior frontal gyrus activation predicts individual differences in perceptual learning of cochlear-implant simulations
F Eisner, C McGettigan, A Faulkner, S Rosen, SK Scott
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (21), 7179-7186, 2010
Laugh like you mean it: Authenticity modulates acoustic, physiological and perceptual properties of laughter
N Lavan, SK Scott, C McGettigan
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 40, 133-149, 2016
Neural correlates of sublexical processing in phonological working memory
C McGettigan, JE Warren, F Eisner, CR Marshall, P Shanmugalingam, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (4), 961-977, 2011
The pathways for intelligible speech: multivariate and univariate perspectives
S Evans, JS Kyong, S Rosen, N Golestani, JE Warren, C McGettigan, ...
Cerebral cortex 24 (9), 2350-2361, 2014
Speech comprehension aided by multiple modalities: behavioural and neural interactions
C McGettigan, A Faulkner, I Altarelli, J Obleser, H Baverstock, SK Scott
Neuropsychologia 50 (5), 762-776, 2012
Brain mechanisms for processing perceived emotional vocalizations in humans
SK Scott, D Sauter, C McGettigan
Handbook of behavioral neuroscience 19, 187-197, 2010
The neural processing of masked speech
SK Scott, C McGettigan
Hearing research 303, 58-66, 2013
T'ain't What You Say, It's the Way That You Say It—Left Insula and Inferior Frontal Cortex Work in Interaction with Superior Temporal Regions to Control the …
C McGettigan, F Eisner, ZK Agnew, T Manly, D Wisbey, SK Scott
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25 (11), 1875-1886, 2013
Feel the noise: relating individual differences in auditory imagery to the structure and function of sensorimotor systems
CF Lima, N Lavan, S Evans, Z Agnew, AR Halpern, P Shanmugalingam, ...
Cerebral cortex 25 (11), 4638-4650, 2015
Getting the cocktail party started: masking effects in speech perception
S Evans, C McGettigan, ZK Agnew, S Rosen, SK Scott
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 28 (3), 483-500, 2016
An application of univariate and multivariate approaches in fMRI to quantifying the hemispheric lateralization of acoustic and linguistic processes
C McGettigan, S Evans, S Rosen, ZK Agnew, P Shah, SK Scott
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (3), 636-652, 2012
Do temporal processes underlie left hemisphere dominance in speech perception?
SK Scott, C McGettigan
Brain and language 127 (1), 36-45, 2013
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