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Ashby, M; Figueroa-Clark, M; Seo, E; Yanagisawa, K; (2005) ). Innovations in practical phonetics teaching and learning. In: (Proceedings) PTLC 2005. Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference. UCL.

Ashby, M; Figueroa-Clark, M; Seo, Y; K, ; (2005) Innovations in practical phonetics teaching and learning. In: (Proceedings) Proceedings of PTLC2005(Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference). : UCL.


Bishop, D; Adams, C; Lehtonen, A; Rosen, S; (2005) Effectiveness of computerised spelling training in children with language impairments: a comparison of modified and unmodified speech input. J RES READ , 28 (2) 144 - 157.

Bishop, DVM; Adams, CV; Nation, K; Rosen, S; (2005) Perception of transient nonspeech stimuli is normal in specific language impairment: Evidence from glide discrimination. Applied Psycholinguistics , 26 (2) 175 - 194. 10.1017/S0142716405050137. Green open access


Cormack, A; Smith, NV; (2005) Linearisation:Adjuncts and arguments. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 17 (2005b) 111 - 129.

Cormack, A; Smith, NV; (2005) What is coordination? Lingua , 115 395 - 418.


Dehe, N; (2005) The optimal placement of up and ab - A comparison. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics , 8 (3) 185 - 224. 10.1007/s10828-004-1686-9.

Dellwo, V; Wagner, P; (2005) The perception of speech rhythm: An investigation of inter and intra rhythmic class variability using delexicalized stimuli. In: Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. (pp. 2622 - 2622).


Faulkner, A; (2005) UK Paediatric Speech Test Recordings. Cochlear UK, London.


Gauthier, B; Shi, R; Xu, Y; (2005) Recognising tones by tracking movements -- How infants may develop tonal categories from adult speech input. In: (Proceedings) ISCA Workshop on Plasticity in Speech Perception.

Gauthier, B; Shi, R; Xu, Y; (2005) Variable Input and the Discovery of Lexical Tones in Infants: A Connectionist Approach. In: (Proceedings) Proceedings of BUCLD 30: The 30th annual Boston University conference on language development. (pp. 202 - 212). Cascadilla Press: Boston, MA.

Green, T; Faulkner, A; Rosen, S; (2005) The Effects of Pulse Rate on Channel Interactions in Cochlear Implants as Revealed by Spectral Discrimination Tasks. In: (Proceedings) Assoc. Res. Otolaryngol. MidWinter meeting 2005.

Green, T; Faulkner, A; Rosen, S; (2005) Enhancement of temporal cues to voice pitch in continuous interleaved sampling cochlear implants. In: (Proceedings) Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses 2005.

Green, T; Faulkner, A; Rosen, S; Macherey, O; (2005) Enhancement of temporal periodicity cues in cochlear implants: Effects on prosodic perception and vowel identification. J ACOUST SOC AM , 118 (1) 375 - 385. 10.1121/1.1925827.


Hazan, V; Sennema, A; Iba, M; Faulkner, A; (2005) Effect of audiovisual perceptual perception and production of training on the consonants by Japanese learners of English. SPEECH COMMUNICATION , 47 (3) 360 - 378. 10.1016/j.specom.2005.04.007.

Howard, I; Huckvale, M; (2005) Training a Vocal Tract Synthesiser to imitate speech using Distal Supervised Learning. In: (Proceedings) SpeCom: 10th International Conference on Speech and Computer 2005, Patras, Greece.. : Patras, Greece.

Howard, IS; Huckvale, MA; (2005) Learning to control an articulatory synthesizer by imitating real speech. (ZAS Papers in Linguistics ). Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft: Berlin, Germany.

Huckvale, M; Howard, I; (2005) Teaching a vocal tract simulation to imitate stop consonants. In: Proc. EuroSpeech Lisbon, Portugal.

Hunter, G; Huckvale, M; (2005) An evaluation of statistical language models of spoken dialogue using the British National Corpus. In: Proc. IEE International workshop on Intelligent Environments. : Essex University.


Iverson, P; Hazan, V; Bannister, K; (2005) Phonetic training with acoustic cue manipulations: A comparison of methods for teaching English vertical bar r vertical bar-vertical bar l vertical bar to Japanese adults. J ACOUST SOC AM , 118 (5) 3267 - 3278. 10.1121/1.2062307.


Liu, F; Xu, Y; (2005) Parallel encoding of focus and interrogative meaning in mandarin intonation. PHONETICA , 62 (2-4) 70 - 87. 10.1159/000090090.


Rosen, S; (2005) "A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma": defining central auditory processing disorder. Am J Audiol , 14 (2) 139 - 142. 10.1044/1059-0889(2005/015).


Smith, NV; (2005) Korean translation of Language, Bananas and Bonobos. Hankook Publishing Company: Seoul.

Smith, NV; (2005) Language, Frogs and Savants: More Problems, Puzzles and Polemics in Linguistics. (2005c ed.). Blackwell: Oxford.

Smith, NV; (2005) Review of: S.R. Anderson (2004) Doctor Dolittle's Delusion: Animals and the Uniqueness of Human Language. Nature , 434 702 - 703.

Smith, NV; (2005) Chomsky's Science of Language. In: McGilbray, J, (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Chomsky. (21 - 41). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Sperber, D; Wilson, D; (2005) Pragmatics. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 17 353 - 388.

Surendran, D; Levow, G-A; Xu, Y; (2005) Tone Recognition in Mandarin using Focus. In: (Proceedings) Interspeech 2005. (pp. 3301 - 3304). : Lisbon, Portugal.


Tjalve, M; Huckvale, M; (2005) Pronunciation variation modelling using accent features. Presented at: EuroSpeech 2005, Lisbon, Portugal. Green open access

Tuomainen, J; Andersen, TS; Tiippana, K; Sams, M; (2005) Audio-visual speech perception is special. Cognition , 96 (1) B13 - B22. 10.1016/j.cognition.2004.10.004.


Vogel, EK; McCollough, AW; Machizawa, MG; (2005) Neural measures reveal individual differences in controlling access to working memory. NATURE , 438 (7067) 500 - 503. 10.1038/nature04171.


Wells, JC; (2005) Goals in teaching English pronunciation. In: English pronunciation models: a changing scene. (101 - 110). Peter Lang: Bern.

Wells, JC; (2005) Abbreviatory conventions in pronunciation dictionaries. In: Dziubalska-Kolaczyk, K and Przedlacka, J, (eds.) English pronunciation models: a changing scene. (401 - 408). Peter Lang: Bern.

Wilson, D; (2005) New directions for research on pragmatics and modularity. LINGUA , 115 (8) 1129 - 1146. 10.1016/j.lingua.2004.02.005.

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (2005) Reply to Rajagopalan. Intercultural Pragmatics , 1 99 - 103.

Wilson, D; Wharton, T; (2005) Relevance and prosody. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 17 427 - 454.


Xu, Y; (2005) Speech melody as articulatorily implemented communicative functions. SPEECH COMMUNICATION , 46 (3-4) 220 - 251. 10.1016/j.specom.2005.02.014.

Xu, Y; Xu, CX; (2005) Phonetic realization of focus in English declarative intonation. J PHONETICS , 33 (2) 159 - 197. 10.1016/j.wocn.2004.11.001.

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