Efthymia C. Kapnoula
Efthymia C. Kapnoula
Staff Scientist, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language (BCBL)
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Immediate lexical integration of novel word forms
EC Kapnoula, S Packard, P Gupta, B McMurray
Cognition 134, 85-99, 2015
Evaluating the Sources and Functions of Gradiency in Phoneme Categorization: An Individual Differences Approach.
EC Kapnoula, MB Winn, EJ Kong, J Edwards, B McMurray
Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 2017
Lip-reading enables the brain to synthesize auditory features of unknown silent speech
M Bourguignon, M Baart, EC Kapnoula, N Molinaro
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (5), 1053-1065, 2020
Learning and integration of new word-forms: Consolidation, pruning and the emergence of automaticity
B McMurray, EC Kapnoula, MG Gaskell
Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition. London, UK: Taylor and …, 2016
Newly learned word forms are abstract and integrated immediately after acquisition
EC Kapnoula, B McMurray
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23 (2), 491-499, 2016
Training alters the resolution of lexical interference: Evidence for plasticity of competition and inhibition.
EC Kapnoula, B McMurray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (1), 8-30, 2016
Evaluating cognitive models of visual word recognition using fMRI: Effects of lexical and sublexical variables
A Protopapas, E Orfanidou, JSH Taylor, E Karavasilis, EC Kapnoula, ...
NeuroImage 128, 328-341, 2016
Speech perception and spoken word recognition
MGG B McMurray, EC Kapnoula
Psychology Press, 2016
Gradient activation of speech categories facilitates listeners’ recovery from lexical garden paths, but not perception of speech-in-noise.
EC Kapnoula, J Edwards, B McMurray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 47 (4), 578, 2021
Dynamic EEG analysis during language comprehension reveals interactive cascades between perceptual processing and sentential expectations
MCE Sarrett, B McMurray, EC Kapnoula
Brain and Language 211, 104875, 2020
Voices in the mental lexicon: Words carry indexical information that can affect access to their meaning
EC Kapnoula, AG Samuel
Journal of Memory and Language 107, 111-127, 2019
Individual differences in speech perception: Sources, functions, and consequences of phoneme categorization gradiency
EEC Kapnoula
Idiosyncratic use of bottom-up and top-down information leads to differences in speech perception flexibility: Converging evidence from ERPs and eye-tracking
EC Kapnoula, B McMurray
Brain and Language 223, 105031, 2021
Short-term and long-term effects on visual word recognition.
A Protopapas, EC Kapnoula
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (4), 542, 2016
Effect of deep brain stimulation on vocal motor control mechanisms in Parkinson's disease
R Behroozmand, K Johari, RM Kelley, EC Kapnoula, NS Narayanan, ...
Parkinsonism & related disorders 63, 46-53, 2019
Lexical and sublexical effects on visual word recognition in Greek: Comparing the Dual Route Cascaded (DRC) model to human behavior
EC Kapnoula, A Protopapas, SJ Saunders, M Coltheart
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (10), 1290-1304, 2017
Don't force it! Gradient speech categorization calls for continuous categorization tasks
KS Apfelbaum, E Kutlu, B McMurray, EC Kapnoula
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 152 (6), 3728-3745, 2022
Hearing through lip-reading: the brain synthesizes features of absent speech
M Bourguignon, M Baart, EC Kapnoula, N Molinaro
bioRxiv, 395483, 2018
Exploring word recognition with selected stimuli: The case for decorrelated parameters
A Protopapas, EC Kapnoula
35th Annual Cognitive Science Conference, Berlin, Germany, 2013
Wait long and prosper! Delaying production alleviates its detrimental effect on word learning
EC Kapnoula, AG Samuel
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 38 (5), 724-744, 2023
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