Recent Presentations

Reilly, M., Machado, N., & Blumstein, S. E. (2015, March). Semantic Feature Distinctiveness: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Study. Poster presented at the 22nd Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, California.

Select Chapters and Journal Articles

Reilly, M., Machado, N., & Blumstein, S. E. 2015. Hemispheric lateralization of semantic feature distinctivenessNeuropsychologia, 75, 99-108.

Fox, N. P., Reilly, M., & Blumstein, S. E. 2015. Phonological neighborhood competition affects spoken word production irrespective of sentential context. Journal of Memory and Language, 83, 97-117.

Theodore, R. M., Blumstein, S. E., & Luthra, S. 2015. Attention modulates specificity effects in spoken word recognition: Challenges to the time-course hypothesis. Attention, Perception & Pscyhophysics, 77(5), 1674-1684.

Reilly, M., & Blumstein, S. E. 2014. Effect of sound similarity and word position on lexical selection. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 29(10), 1325-1341.

Blumstein, S.E. & Baum, S. 2014. Neurobiology of Speech Production. In G.S. Hickok and S. Small (Eds). Neurobiology of Language. Amsterdam: Elsevier Press, in press.

Blumstein, S. E., & Amso, D. 2013. Dynamic Functional Organization of Language Insights From Functional Neuroimaging. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 8(1), 44-48.

Blumstein, S.E. & Myers, E.B. 2013. Neural systems underlying speech perception. K. Ochsner and S. Kosslyn (Eds.). Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Neuroscience, Volume I. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bullock-Rest, N., Cerny, A., Sweeney, C., Palumbo, C., Kurowski, K., & Blumstein, S. E. 2013. Neural systems underlying the influence of sound shape properties of the lexicon on spoken word production: Do fMRI findings predict effects of lesions in aphasia?. Brain and Language, 126(2), 159-168.

Guediche, S., Blumstein, S. E., Fiez, J. A., & Holt, L. L. 2013. Speech perception under adverse conditions: insights from behavioral, computational, and neuroscience research. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 7.

Guediche, S., Salvata, C., & Blumstein, S. E. 2013. Temporal cortex reflects effects of sentence context on phonetic processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 25(5), 706-718.

Minicucci, D., Guediche, S., & Blumstein, S. E. 2013. An fMRI examination of the effects of acoustic-phonetic and lexical competition on access to the lexical-semantic network. Neuropsychologia, 51(10), 1980-1988.

White, K. S., Yee, E., Blumstein, S. E., & Morgan, J. L. 2013. Adults show less sensitivity to phonetic detail in unfamiliar words, too. Journal of Memory and Language, 68(4), 362-378.

Salvata, C., Blumstein, S.E., and Myers, E.B. 2012. Speaker invariance for phonetic information: An fMRI investigation. Language and Cognitive Processes. 27(2), 210-230.

Apfelbaum, K., Blumstein, S.E., and McMurray, B. 2011. Semantic priming is affected by real-time phonological competition: Evidence for continuous cascading systemsPsychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 141-149.

Blumstein, S.E. 2011. Neural Systems Underlying Lexical Competition in Auditory Word Recognition and Spoken Word Production: Evidence from Aphasia and Functional Neuroimaging. In G. Gaskell & P. Zwitserlood. Lexical Representation: A Multidisciplinary Approach. The Hague: Mouton.

Mirman, D., Yee, E., Blumstein, S.E., and Magnuson, J. 2011. Theories of spoken word recognition deficits in aphasia: Evidence from eye-tracking and computational modelingBrain and Language, 117(2), 53-68.

Peramunage D, Blumstein SE, Myers EB, Goldrick M, Baese-Berk M. 2011. Phonological neighborhood effects in spoken word production: an fMRI studyJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(3), 593-603. 

Salvata, C., Blumstein, S.E., and Myers, E.B. 2011. Speaker invariance for phonetic information: an fMRI investigation. Language and Cognitive Processes, 27(2), 210-230.

Milberg, W., & Blumstein, S. E. (1981). Lexical decision and aphasia: Evidence for semantic processing. Brain and Language, 14(2), 371-385.

Stevens, K. N., & Blumstein, S. E. (1981). The search for invariant acoustic correlates of phonetic featuresPerspectives on the Study of Speech, 1-38.

Blumstein, S. E., & Stevens, K. N. (1979). Acoustic invariance in speech production: Evidence from measurements of the spectral characteristics of stop consonantsThe Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 66(4), 1001-1017.

Stevens, K. N., & Blumstein, S. E. (1978). Invariant cues for place of articulation in stop consonantsThe Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 64(5), 1358-1368.

Blumstein, S. E., Baker, E., & Goodglass, H. (1977). Phonological factors in auditory comprehension in aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 15(1), 19-30.

Blumstein, S. E., Cooper, W. E., Zurif, E. B., & Caramazza, A. (1977). The perception and production of voice-onset time in aphasiaNeuropsychologia,15(3), 371-383.