Ryan Podlubny
Ryan Podlubny
University of Alberta, University of Canterbury
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Car-talk: Location-specific speech production and perception
J Hay, R Podlubny, K Drager, M McAuliffe
Journal of Phonetics 65, 94-109, 2017
It's all about, like, acoustics
RG Podlubny, K Geeraert, BV Tucker
Social priming in speech perception: Revisiting kangaroo/kiwi priming in New Zealand English
G Hurring, J Hay, K Drager, R Podlubny, L Manhire, A Ellis
Brain Sciences 12 (6), 684, 2022
Assessing the importance of several acoustic properties to the perception of spontaneous speech
RG Podlubny, TM Nearey, G Kondrak, BV Tucker
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143 (4), 2255-2268, 2018
Semantic richness effects in isolated spoken word recognition: Evidence from massive auditory lexical decision.
F Nenadić, RG Podlubny, D Schmidtke, MC Kelley, BV Tucker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2022
Speech Perception and The Role of Semantic Richness in Processing
F Nenadic, MC Kelley, RG Podlubny, BV Tucker
Canadian Acoustics 47 (3), 96-97, 2019
Acoustic convergence: exploring the influence of ambient noise on speech production.
RG Podlubny
University of Canterbury, 2019
Musical mind control: Acoustic convergence to background music in speech production
RG Podlubny
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 (4_Supplement), 2954-2954, 2016
Car-talk: How physical environment influences speech production and perception
RG Podlubny, J Hay, M McAuliffe
Proceedings of the 15th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, 2016
The massive auditory lexical decision database: Acoustic analyses of a large-scale, single speaker corpus
RG Podlubny, BV Tucker
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (4_Supplement), 2807-2807, 2020
Less than careful speech: Exploring the roles of target duration and time varying intensity in spoken language processing
RG Podlubny, BV Tucker
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134 (5_Supplement), 4229-4229, 2013
1aNS4–Musical mind control: Human speech takes on characteristics of background music–Ryan Podlubny
R Podlubny
Hearing Research 14 (4), 677-709, 0
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