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The Speech Research Laboratory is a part of the Psychological and Brain Sciences department at Indiana University in Bloomington.
1101 E. 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
812-855-1768

David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.

Chancellors’ Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science
Director, Speech Research Laboratory,
Indiana University

Photo of Dr. David B. Pisoni E-mail:    pisoni@indiana.edu
Office:    812-855-1155
Fax:    812-855-4691
Address:    Speech Research Laboratory
Dept of Psychology
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405-1301
I. Education V. Professional Memberships
II. Professional Experience VI. Consulting Activities
III. Teaching Interests & Experience VII. Honors & Awards
IV. Current Research Interests VIII. Publications

I. Education

1975-1976 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
NIH Post-doctoral Fellowship
1971, August University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Ph.D.
1968, June Queens College of the City University of New York Flushing, NY.
B.A.

II. Professional Experience

Chancellors’ Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science Indiana University, Bloomington
   10/96 to Present
Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science Indiana University, Bloomington
   8/71 to 10/96
Adjunct Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis
   8/93 to Present
Adjunct Professor of Linguistics Indiana University, Bloomington
   12/90 to Present
Adjunct Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences Indiana University, Bloomington
   2/07 to Present
Director, Speech Research Laboratory Indiana University, Bloomington
   11/1/73 to Present
Editorial Board Speech Technology
   11/81 to Present
Editorial Board Computer Speech and Language
   1/86 to Present
Associate Editor Perception & Psychophysics
   7/78 to 8/85
Research Associate, Visiting Scientist Speech Communications Group, Research Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   9/75 to 7/76; 9/78 to 6/79; 9/85 to 6/86
Member-Editorial Board Cognitive Psychology
   1/74 to 12/76
Member-Study Section NIMH Personality and Cognition, Research Review Committee
   7/1/74 to 6/30/78
Consulting Editor Perception & Psychophysics
   6/75 to 6/78
Visiting Research Associate Haskins Laboratories, Yale University
   6/72 – 8/72; 6/73 – 8/73
Visiting Research Fellow Haskins Laboratories
   6/70 – 5/71
Teaching Fellow Department of Psychology, University of Michigan
   7/69 – 1/71
Research Assistant Verbal Behavior Project, Biometrics Research New York State Department of Mental Hygiene
   6/65 – 8/68

III. Teaching Interests & Experience

Cognitive Science, Language & Cognition, Psycholinguistics, Speech Perception and Production, Human Memory, Psychology of Reading, Cognitive Psychology, Introductory Psychology, Sensation & Perception, Human Factors Engineering, Applied Human Learning

IV. Current Research Interests

Speech Perception, Production and Synthesis, Speech Analysis and Recognition, Experimental Psycholinguistics, Human Memory, Cognition, Developmental Processes in Speech and Language, Experimental Phonetics & Phonology, Reading, Word Recognition and Lexical Access, Spoken Language Understanding, Artificial Intelligence, Voice Technology, Human Factors of Speech I/O, Hearing Impairment, Cochlear Implants

V. Professional Memberships

Acoustical Society of America
Linguistic Society of America
Midwestern Psychological Association
Psychonomics Society
Association for Research in Otolaryngology
American Association for Advancement of Science
Human Factors Society
National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Hearing and Bioacoustics (CHABA)

VI. Consulting Activities

Texas Instruments, IBM Corp., Honeywell, National Bureau of Standards, Bell Labs (Naperville, Lincroft & Murray Hill), Speech Plus, Digital Equipment Corp., General Motors Research Labs, GTE, Pitney Bowes, MIT Lincoln Labs, Sparta, Inc., National Transportation Safety Board, Nippon Telephone & Telegraph, Ordinate Corp. Hughes Research Labs

VII. Honors & Awards

President, Queens College Chapter of Psi Chi (1967-1968)
Magna Cum Laude – Queens College, June (1968)
Rackham Prize Fellow – University of Michigan (1970-1971)
Guggenheim Fellow (1978-1979)
Who’s Who in America (1981)
Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture Award, Indiana University (1982)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (1982)
James McKeen Cattell Award (1985-1986)
Jacob K. Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award (1987-1994)
Claude Pepper Award (1990-1994)
Acoustical Society of America Fellow (1994)
Tracy M. Sonneborn Award (1996)

VIII. Publications

A. Books
B. Journal Articles & Book Chapters
C. In Press
D. Submitted for Publication
E. Research Grants & Contracts: (* = In Progress)


A. Books

  1. Restle, F., Shiffrin, R. M., Castellan, N. J., Lindman, H., Pisoni, D. B. (Eds.). (1975). Cognitive Theory: Volume I. Hillsdale, NJ Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  2. Castellan, N. J., Pisoni, D. B. & Potts, G. (Eds.). (1977). Cognitive Theory: Volume II. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  3. Chin, S.B. & Pisoni, D.B. (1997). Alcohol and Speech. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
  4. Pisoni, D.B. & Remez, R.E. (Eds.). (2005). The Handbook of Speech Perception. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.


B. Journal Articles & Book Chapters

    1968

  1. Pisoni, D. B. & Gerstman, L. J. Semantic and syntactic constraints on sentence reconstruction by the Cloze Procedure. Proceedings of the American Psychological Association, 1968, 3, 13-14.

    1969

  2. Tanur, J. M. & Pisoni, D. B. A Fortran IV program for scoring Cloze Procedure data. Behavioral Science, 1969, 14, 167.
  3. Pisoni, D. B. Communicability in schizophrenic patients and its relationship to current psycholinguistic theory. In A. P. Van Teslaar & S. Rosenberg (Eds.) Studies in language and language behavior. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Center for Research on Language & Language Behavior, February, 1969, Pp. 299 313.

    1970

  4. Salzinger, K., Portnoy, S., Pisoni, D. B., & Feldman, R. S. The immediacy hypothesis and response produced stimuli in schizophrenic speech. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1970, 76, 258 264.
  5. Catford, J. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Auditory versus articulatory instruction in the teaching of exotic sounds. Modern Language Journal, 1970, 54, 477 481.
  6. Schane, S.A. & Pisoni, D.B. Psycholinguistic evidence for a hierarchy of syllable structure. In Studies in Language and Language Behavior, Progress Report Phase VI, July 31, 1970, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Center for Research on Language & Language Behavior, Pp. 1 10.

    1971

  7. Pollack, I. & Pisoni, D. B. On the comparison between identification and discrimination tests in speech perception. Psychonomic Science, 1971, 24, 299 300.
  8. Pisoni, D. B. On the nature of categorical perception of speech sounds. New Haven: Haskins Laboratories Supplement to Status Report on Speech Research. SR 27, November, 1971, pp. 101.

    1972

  9. Studdert Kennedy, M., Shankweiler, D., & Pisoni, D. B. Auditory and phonetic processes in speech perception: Evidence from a dichotic study. Cognitive Psychology, 1972, 3, 455 466.
  10. Pisoni, D. B. Perceptual processing time for consonants and vowels. Haskins Laboratories Status Report on Speech Research, SR 31/32, 1972, 83 92.
  11. Turvey, M.T., Pisoni, D.B., & Croog, J. F. A right ear advantage in the retention of words presented monaurally. Haskins Laboratories Status Report on Speech Research, SR 31/32, 1972, 67 74.

    1973

  12. Pisoni, D. B. Auditory and phonetic memory codes in the discrimination of consonants and vowels. Perception & Psychophysics, 1973, 13, 253 260.
  13. Pisoni, D. B. & Tash, J. Test questions for human information processing: An introduction to psychology, by P. Lindsay & D. A. Norman. New York: Academic Press, 1973, pp. 82.

    1974

  14. Shiffrin, R. N., Pisoni, D. B. and Casteneda Mendez, K. Is attention shared between the ears? Cognitive Psychology, 1974, 6, 190 215.
  15. Pisoni, D. B. & Tash, J. Reaction times to comparisons within and across phonetic categories. Perception & Psychophysics, 1974, 15, 285 290.
  16. Pisoni, D. B. & Lazarus, J. H. Categorical and noncategorical modes of speech perception along the voicing continuum. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1974, 55, 328 333.
  17. Sawusch, J. R. & Pisoni, D. B. On the identification of place and voicing features in synthetic stop consonants. Journal of Phonetics, 1974, 2, 181 194.
  18. Pisoni, D. B. & McNabb, S. D. Dichotic interactions and phonetic feature processing. Brain & Language, 1974, 1, 351 362.

    1975

  19. Pisoni, D.B. Auditory short-term memory and vowel perception. Memory & Cognition, 1975, 3, 7-18.
  20. Pisoni, D. B. Review of “Acoustic Cues for Constituent Structure” by Robert Scholes. Linguistics, 1975, 146, 104 106.
  21. Pisoni, D. B. Contemporary issues in speech perception. In F. Restle, R. M. Shiffrin, N. J. Castellan, H. Lindman, & D. B. Pisoni (Eds.) Cognitive Theory: Volume I. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, 1975, Pp. 1 4.
  22. Pisoni, D. B. Dichotic listening and processing phonetic features. In F. Restle, R. M. Shiffrin, N. J. Castellan, H. Lindman, & D. B. Pisoni (Eds.) Cognitive Theory: Volume I. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, 1975, Pp. 79 102.
  23. Pisoni, D. B. Information processing and speech perception. In G. Fant (Ed.) Speech Communication: Volume 3. New York: John Wiley, 1975, Pp. 331 337.
  24. Pisoni, D. B. & Sawusch, J. R. Some stages of processing in speech perception. In A. Cohen & S. Nooteboom (Eds.) Structure and process in speech perception. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 1975, Pp. 16 34.
  25. Pisoni, D. B. & Tash, J. Auditory property detectors and processing place features in stop consonants. Perception & Psychophysics, 1975, 18, 401 408.

    1976

  26. Pisoni, D. B. Review of “The Psychology of Language” by J. A. Fodor, T. G. Bever and M. F. Garrett. Language, 1976 52, 682 689.
  27. Pisoni, D. B. Mechanisms of auditory discrimination and coding of linguistic information. In J. V. Irwin (Ed.) The Second Auditory Processing and Learning Disabilities Symposium. Memphis: Memphis State University Press, 1976, Pp. 73 119.
  28. Sawusch, J. R. & Pisoni, D. B. Response organization in selective adaptation to speech sounds. Perception & Psychophysics, 1976, 20, 413 418.

    1977

  29. Pisoni, D. B. Identification and discrimination of the relative onset of two component tones: Implications for voicing perception in stop consonants. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1977, 61, 1352 1361.
  30. Liberman, A. M. & Pisoni, D. B. Evidence for a special speech perception subsystem in the human. In T. H. Bullock (Ed.) Recognition of Complex Acoustic Signals. Berlin: Dahlem Konferenzen, 1977. Pp. 59 76.

    1978

  31. Pisoni, D. B. Speech Perception. In W. K. Estes (Ed.) Handbook of Learning and Cognitive Processes: Volume 6. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, 1978, Pp. 167 233.
  32. Cutting, J. E. & Pisoni, D. B. An information processing approach to speech perception. In J. F. Kavanagh & W. Strange (Eds.) Implications of Basic Speech and Language Research to the School and Clinic. Cambridge: The M.I.T. Press, 1978, Pp. 38 72.
  33. Sawusch, J. R. & Pisoni, D. B. Simple and contingent adaptation effects in speech perception. Perception & Psychophysics, 1978, 23, 125 131.

    1979

  34. Pisoni, D. B. On the perception of speech sounds as biologically significant signals. Brain, Behavior, and Evolution, 1979, 16, 330 350.
  35. Pisoni, D. B. Review of “Speech Recognition” by R. Reddy. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1979, 65, 867 869.
  36. Pisoni. D. B. Perception of speech vs. nonspeech: Evidence for different modes of processing. Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Copenhagen, August, 1979. Copenhagen: Institute of Phonetics, University of Copenhagen, 1979, Pp. 433 437.
  37. Grunke, M. E. & Pisoni, D. B. Perceptual learning of mirror image acoustic patterns. Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Copenhagen, August, 1979. Copenhagen: Institute of Phonetics, University of Copenhagen, 1979, Pp. 461 467.
  38. Bell Berti, F., Raphael, L., Pisoni, D. B. & Sawusch, J. R. Some relations between articulation and perception. Phonetica, 1979, 36, 373 383.
  39. Pisoni, D. B., Carrell, T. D. & Simnick, S. S. Does a listener need to recover the dynamic vocal tract gestures of a talker to recognize his vowels? In J. J. Wolf and D. H. Klatt (Eds.) Speech Communication Papers Presented at the 97th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. New York: Acoustical Society of America, 1979, Pp. 19 23.
  40. Aslin, R. N., Pisoni, D. B., Hennessy, B. L. & Perey, A. J. Identification and discrimination of a new linguistic contrast. In J. J. Wolf and D. H. Klatt (Eds.) Speech Communication Papers Presented at the 97th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. New York: Acoustical Society of America, 1979, Pp. 439 442.

    1980

  41. Aslin, R. N. & Pisoni, D. B. Some developmental processes in speech perception. In G. Yeni Komshian, J. F. Kavanagh, & C. A. Ferguson (Eds.) Child Phonology: Perception and Production, New York: Academic Press, 1980, Pp. 67 96.
  42. Pisoni, D. B. Adaptation of the relative onset time of two component tones. Perception & Psychophysics, 1980, 28, 337 346.
  43. Jusczyk, P. W., Pisoni, D. B., Walley, A. & Murray, J. Discrimination of relative onset time of two component tones by infants. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1980, 67, 262 270.
  44. Aslin, R. N. & Pisoni, D. B. Effects of early linguistic experience on speech discrimination by infants: A critique of Eilers, Gavin and Wilson (1979). Child Development, 1980, 51, 107 112.
  45. Gruenenfelder, T. M. & Pisoni, D. B. Fundamental frequency as a cue to postvocalic consonantal voicing: Some data from perception and production. Perception & Psychophysics, 1980, 28, 514 520.
  46. Pisoni, D. B. Summary of Symposium No. 8: Perception of Speech versus Nonspeech. Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Copenhagen, August, 1979. Copenhagen: Institute of Phonetics, University of Copenhagen, 1980. Pp. 312 320.
  47. Pisoni, D. B. Variability of vowel formant frequencies and the Quantal Theory of Speech: A first report. Phonetica, 1980, 37, 285 305.
  48. Pisoni, D. B. & Hunnicutt, S. Perceptual evaluation of MITalk: The MIT unrestricted text to speech system. 1980 IEEE International Conference Record on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, April, 1980. Pp. 572 575.
  49. Bernstein, J. & Pisoni, D. B. Unlimited text to speech device: Description and evaluation of a micro-processor based system. 1980 IEEE International Conference Record on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, April, 1980. Pp. 576 579.

    1981

  50. Carrell, T. D., Smith, L. B. & Pisoni, D. B. Some perceptual dependencies in speeded classification of vowel color and pitch. Perception & Psychophysics, 1981, 29, 1 10.
  51. Remez, R. E., Rubin, P. E., Pisoni, D. B. & Carrell, T. D. Speech perception without traditional speech cues. Science, 1981, 212, 947 950.
  52. Walley, A. C., Pisoni, D. B. & Aslin, R. N. The role of early experience in the development of speech perception. In R. N. Aslin, J. Alberts and M. R. Petersen (Eds.), The Development of Perception: Psychobiological Perspectives. New York: Academic Press, 1981. Pp. 219 255.
  53. Blank, M. A., Pisoni, D. B. & McClaskey, C. Effects of target monitoring on comprehension of fluent speech. Perception & Psychophysics, 1981, 29, 383 388.
  54. Aslin, R. N., Pisoni, D. B., Hennessy, B. L. & Perey, A. J. Discrimination of voice onset time by human infants: New findings and implications for the effects of early experience. Child Development, 1981, 52, 1135 1145.
  55. Pisoni, D. B. Some current theoretical issues in speech perception. Cognition, l981, 10, 249 259.

    1982

  56. Pisoni, D. B., Aslin, R. N., Perey, A. J. & Hennessy, B. L. Some effects of laboratory training on identification and discrimination of voicing contrasts in stop consonants. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1982, 8, 297 314.
  57. Grunke, M. E. & Pisoni, D.B. Some experiments on perceptual learning of mirror image acoustic patterns. Perception & Psychophysics, 1982, 31, 210 218.
  58. Brunner, H. & Pisoni, D.B. Some effects of perceptual load on spoken text comprehension. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1982, 21, 186 195.
  59. Walley, A. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Review of J. Morton & J. Marshall (Ed.), “Psycholinguistics.” Journal of Communication Disorders, 1982, 15, 63 73.
  60. Pisoni, D. B. Perception of speech: The human listener as a cognitive interface. Speech Technology, 1982, 1, 10 23.
  61. Pisoni, D. B. Perceptual evaluation of voice response systems: Intelligibility, recognition and understanding. Proceedings of the Workshop on Standardization for Speech I/O Technology. Washington, DC: National Bureau of Standards, 1982, 183 192.
  62. Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Perceptual and cognitive constraints on the use of voice response systems. In L. Lerman (Ed.), Proceedings of the Conference on Voice Data Entry Systems. Sunnyvale: Lockheed, 1982, Pp. 1 18.
  63. Pisoni, D. B. Speech Technology: The Evolution of Computers that Speak…and Listen. Bloomington: Indiana University Office of Research & Graduate Development, 1982, Pp. 38.
  64. Pisoni, D. B. Lexical access. In A. S. House (Ed.), Project SCAMP 1981: Acoustic Phonetics and Speech Modeling. Princeton, NJ: Institute for Defense Analyses, Communications Research Division, 1982.
  65. Pisoni, D. B. In defense of segmental representations in speech processing. In A. S. House (Ed.), Project SCAMP 1981: Acoustic Phonetics and Speech Modeling. Princeton, NJ: Institute for Defense Analyses, Communications Research Division, 1982.

    1983

  66. McClaskey, C. L., Pisoni, D. B. and Carrell, T. D. Effects of transfer of training on identification of a new linguistic contrast. Perception & Psychophysics, 1983, 34, 323 330.
  67. Sinnott, J. M., Pisoni, D. B. & Aslin, R. N. Pure tone thresholds in the human infant and adult. Infant Behavior and Development, 1983, 6, 3 17.
  68. Pisoni, D. B., Carrell, T. D. & Gans, S. J. Perception of the duration of rapid spectrum changes: Evidence for context effects with speech and nonspeech signals. Perception & Psychophysics, 1983, 34, 314 322.
  69. Aslin, R. N., Pisoni, D. B. & Jusczyk, P. W. Auditory development and speech perception in infancy. In P. Mussen (Ed.), Carmichael’s Manual of Child Psychology, 4th Edition, Volume II: Infancy and the Biology of Development, M. M. Haith and J. J. Campos (Vol. II Editors). New York: Wiley and Sons, 1983. Pp. 573 687.
  70. Luce, P. A., Feustel, T. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Capacity demands in short term memory for synthetic and natural word lists. Human Factors, 1983, 25, 17 32.
  71. Remez, R. E., Rubin, P. E. & Pisoni, D. B. Coding of the speech spectrum in three time varying sinusoids. In C. W. Parkins & S. W. Anderson (Eds.), Cochlear Prosthesis: An International Symposium. New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Volume 405, 1983. Pp. 485 489.
  72. Kewley Port, D., Pisoni, D. B. & Studdert Kennedy, M. Perception of static and dynamic acoustic cues to place of articulation in initial stop consonants. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1983, 73, 1779 1793.
  73. Greene, B. G., Craig, J. C., Wilson, A. M., Pisoni, D. B. & Rhodes, R. P. Vibrotactile identification of vowel spectra. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1983, 73, 1766 1778.
  74. Greene, B. G., Craig, J. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Vibrotactile communication of information about consonants: Vowels mask consonants. Perception & Psychophysics, 1983, 33, 507 515.
  75. Jusczyk, P. W., Pisoni, D. B., Reed, M., Fernald, A. & Myers, M. Infants’ discrimination of the duration of a rapid spectrum change in nonspeech signals. Science, 1983, 222, 175 177.
  76. Pisoni, D. B., Nusbaum, H. C., Luce, P. A. & Schwab, E. C. Perceptual evaluation of synthetic speech: Some considerations of the user/system interface. Proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, April 1983. Pp. 535 538.
  77. Nusbaum, H.C., Schwab, E. C. & Pisoni, D.B. Perceptual evaluation of synthetic speech: Some constraints on the use of voice response systems. Proceedings of the 3rd Voice Data Entry Systems Applications Conference. Sunnyvale, CA: Lockheed, 1983.

    1984

  78. Kewley Port, D. & Pisoni, D. B. Identification and discrimination of rise time: Is it categorical or noncategorical? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1984, 75, 1168 1176.
  79. Walley, A. C., Pisoni, D. B. & Aslin, R. N. Infant discrimination of two and five formant voiced stop consonants differing in place of articulation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1984, 75, 581 589.
  80. Greene, B. G., Pisoni, D. B. & Carrell, T. D. Recognition of speech spectrograms. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1984, 76, 32 43.
  81. Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Perceptual evaluation of synthetic speech generated by rule. In Proceedings of the 4th Voice Data Entry Systems Application Conference, September, 1984.

    1985

  82. Salasoo, A. & Pisoni, D. B. Sources of knowledge in spoken word identification. Journal of Memory and Language, 1985, 24, 210 231.
  83. Pisoni, D. B. Speech perception: Some new directions in research and theory. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1985, 78, 381 388.
  84. Pisoni, D. B., Nusbaum, H. C., Luce, P. A. & Slowiaczek, L. M. Speech perception, word recognition and the structure of the lexicon. Speech Communication, 1985, 4, 75 95.
  85. Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Some constraints on the perception of synthetic speech. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 1985, 17, 235 242.
  86. Pisoni, D. B., Bernacki, R. H., Nusbaum, H. C. & Yuchtman, M. Some acoustic phonetic correlates of speech produced in noise. In Proceedings of 1985 International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing. Pp. 1581 1584.
  87. Pisoni, D. B., Nusbaum, H. C. & Greene, B. G. Perceptual evaluation of synthetic speech generated by rule. Proceedings of the IEEE, 1985, 73, 1665 1676.
  88. Pisoni, D. B., Greene, B. G. & Nusbaum, H. C. Some human factors issues in the perception of synthetic speech. Proceedings of Speech Tech-85, New York, April, 1985. Pp. 57 61.
  89. Greenspan, S. L., Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Perception of synthetic speech: Effects of training and attention. In Proceedings of the 5th Voice Data Entry Systems Applications Conference, September, 1985.
  90. Schwab, E. C., Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Some effects of training on the perception of synthetic speech. Human Factors, 1985, 27, 395 408.

    1986

  91. Pisoni, D. B. Contextual variability and the problem of acoustic phonetic invariance in speech. In J. Perkell and D. H. Klatt (Eds.), Invariance and Variability in Speech Processes. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1986, Pp. 154 161.
  92. Greene, B.G., Logan, J.S. & Pisoni, D.B. Perception of synthetic speech produced automatically by rule: Results from eight text to speech systems. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 1986, 18, 100 107.
  93. Pisoni, D. B. & Luce, P. A. Speech perception: Research, theory and the principal issues. In E. C. Schwab and H. C. Nusbaum (Eds.), Pattern Recognition by Humans and Machines: Speech Perception. Volume 1. New York: Academic Press, 1986, pp. 1 50.
  94. Pisoni, D. B., Yuchtman, M. & Hathaway, S. N. Effects of alcohol on the acoustic phonetic properties of speech. In Alcohol, Accidents and Injuries. Warrendale, PA: Society of Automotive Engineers, 1986, pp. 131 150.
  95. Slowiaczek, L. M. & Pisoni, D. B. Effects of phonological similarity on priming in auditory lexical decision. Memory & Cognition, 1986, 14, 230 237.
  96. Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Human factors issues for the next generation of speech recognition systems. Proceedings of Speech Tech -86. New York: Media Dimensions, 1986, pp. 140 144.
  97. Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. The role of structural constraints in auditory word recognition. In P. Mermelstein, M. Lenning, and D. O’Shaughnessy, (Eds.), Montreal Symposium on Speech Recognition. Montreal: Canadian Acoustical Society, 1986, pp. 57 61.
  98. Pisoni, D. B. A brief overview of speech synthesis and recognition technologies. In Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, Vol. 2. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors Society, 1986, pp. 1326 1330.
  99. Pisoni, D. B. & Nusbaum, H. C. Developing methods for assessing the performance of speech synthesis and recognition systems. In Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, Vol. 2. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors Society, 1986, pp. 1344 1348.

    1987

  100. Pisoni, D. B. Some measures of intelligibility and comprehension. In J. Allen, D. H. Klatt and S. Hunnicutt From Text to Speech: The MITalk System. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1987, pp. 151 171.
  101. Pisoni, D. B. & Luce, P. A. Acoustic phonetic representations in the mental lexicon. Cognition, 1987, 25, 21 52.
  102. Luce, P.A. & Pisoni, D.B. Speech perception: New directions in research, theory and application. In H. Winitz (Ed.) Human Communication and Its Disorders. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1987, pp. 1 87.
  103. Slowiaczek, L. M., Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Phonological priming in auditory word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1987, 13, 64 75.
  104. Pisoni, D. B. & Luce, P. A. Trading relations, acoustic cue integration, and context effects in speech perception. In M. E. H. Schouten (Ed.), The Psychophysics of Speech Perception. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1987. Pp. 155 172.
  105. Pisoni, D. B. Auditory perception of complex sounds: Comparisons of speech vs. nonspeech signals. In W. A. Yost and C. S. Watson (Eds.), Auditory Processing of Complex Sounds. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1987. Pp. 247 256.
  106. Slowiaczek, L. M. & Pisoni, D. B. Speech perception. In McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology, Volume 17, 4th Edition. NY: McGraw Hill, 1987. Pp. 228 231.
  107. Gumas, C., Hogan, D., Oshika, B., & Pisoni, D.B. Evaluation of voice communications systems. Proceedings of the American Voice Input Output Society. Sunnyvale, CA: Lockheed, 1987.
  108. Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Testing the performance of isolated utterance speech recognition devices. Computer Speech and Language, 1987, 2, 87 108.
  109. Pisoni, D. B., Manous, L. M. & Dedina, M. J. Comprehension of natural and synthetic speech: Effects of predictability on the verification of sentences controlled for intelligibility. Computer Speech and Language, 1987, 2, 303 320.

    1988

  110. Greene, B. G. & Pisoni, D. B. Perception of synthetic speech by adults and children. In L. E. Bernstein (Ed.) The Vocally Impaired: Clinical Practice and Research. Philadelphia: Grune & Stratton, 1988. Pp. 206 248.
  111. Gierut, J. A. & Pisoni, D. B. Fundamental differences in speech perception across populations. In N. Lass, L. McReynolds, J. Northern, and D. Yoder (Eds.), Handbook of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Philadelphia: B. C. Decker, 1988. Pp. 253 276.
  112. Greenspan, S. L., Nusbaum, H. C. & Pisoni, D. B. Perceptual learning of synthetic speech produced by rule. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1988, 14, 421 433.
  113. Summers, W. V., Pisoni, D. B., Bernacki, R. H., Pedlow, R. I. & Stokes, M. A. Effects of noise on speech production: Acoustic and perceptual analyses. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1988, 84, 917 928.
  114. Pisoni, D. B. Review of “Speech and Speaker Recognition: by M. R. Schroeder. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1988, 84, 457 458.

    1989

  115. Mullennix, J.W., Pisoni, D.B. & Martin, C.S. Some effects of talker variability on spoken word recognition. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1989, 85, 365 378.
  116. Mullennix, J.W. & Pisoni, D.B. Speech perception: Analysis of biologically significant signals. In R.J. Dooling and S.H. Hulse (Eds.), The Comparative Psychology of Complex Acoustic Perception. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1989. Pp. 97 128.
  117. Logan, J.S., Greene, B.G. & Pisoni, D.B. Segmental intelligibility of synthetic speech produced by ten text to speech systems. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1989, 86, 566 581.
  118. Martin, C.S., Mullennix, J.W., Pisoni, D.B. & Summers, W.V. Effects of talker variability on recall of spoken word lists. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 1989, 15, 676 684.
  119. Goldinger, S.D., Luce, P.A., & Pisoni, D.B. Priming lexical neighbors of spoken words: Effects of competition and inhibition. Journal of Memory and Language, 1989, 28, 501 518.
  120. Pisoni, D.B., & Martin, C.S. Effects of alcohol on the acoustic phonetic properties of speech: Perceptual and acoustic analyses. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 1989, 13, 577 587.
  121. Summers, W.V., Johnson, K., Pisoni, D.B., & Bernacki, R.H. An addendum to “Effects of noise on speech production: Acoustic and perceptual analyses” [Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1988, 84, 917 928 (1988)]. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1989, 86, 1717 1721.
  122. Makhoul, J. (Chairman), Crystal, T. Green, D., Hogan, D., McAulay, D., Pisoni, D., Sorkin, R., & Stockham, D. Removal of Noise from Noise-Degraded Speech Signals. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1989.
  123. Pisoni, D.B. Perceptual evaluation of synthetic speech: A tutorial review. ESCA Tutorial on Speech Input/Output Assessment and Speech Databases. Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands: European Speech Communication Association, 1989, pp. 1-13.
  124. Pisoni, D.B., Greene, B.G., & Logan, J.S. An overview of ten years of research on the perception of synthetic speech. ESCA Workshop on Speech Input/Output Assessment and Speech Databases. Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands: European Speech Communication Association, 1989, pp. 1-4.

    1990

  125. Mullennix, J.W., & Pisoni, D.B. Stimulus variability and processing dependencies in speech perception. Perception & Psychophysics, 1990, 47, 379 390.
  126. Pisoni, D.B. Effects of talker variability on speech perception: Implications for current research and theory. Proceedings of the 1990 International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Kobe, Japan. Tokyo: The Acoustical Society of Japan. Pp. 1399-1407.
  127. Pisoni, D.B., & Garber, E.E. Lexical memory in visual and auditory modalities: A case for a common lexicon. Proceedings of the 1990 International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Kobe, Japan. Tokyo: The Acoustical Society of Japan. Pp. 401-404.
  128. Pisoni, D.B., & Greene, B.G. The role of cognitive factors in the perception of synthetic speech. In H. Fujisaki (Ed.) International Symposium on International Coordination and Standardization of Speech Database and Assessment Techniques for Speech Input/Output, Kobe, Japan, November 23, 1990. Pp. 3-25.
  129. Pisoni, D.B., Ralston, J.V. & Lively, S.E. Some new directions in research on comprehension of synthetic speech. In H. Fujisaki (Ed.), International Workshop on International Coordination and Standardization of Speech Database and Assessment Techniques for Speech Input/Output, Kobe, Japan, November 23-24, 1990. Pp. 29-42.
  130. Luce, P.A., Pisoni, D.B., & Goldinger, S.D. Similarity neighborhoods of spoken words. In G. Altmanns (Ed.), Cognitive Models of Speech Processing: Psycholinguistic and Computation Perspectives. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1990, Pp. 122-147.
  131. Johnson, K., Pisoni, D.B., & Bernacki, R.H. Do voice recordings reveal whether a person is intoxicated? A case study. Phonetica, 1990, 47, 215-237.

    1991

  132. Pisoni, D.B. Modes of processing speech and nonspeech signals. In I.G. Mattingly and M. Studdert-Kennedy (Eds.). Modularity and the Motor Theory of Speech Perception. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1991, 225-238.
  133. Logan, J.S., Lively, S.E., & Pisoni, D.B. Training Japanese listeners to identify English /r/ and /l/: A first report. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1991, 89, 874-886.
  134. Goldinger, S.D., Pisoni, D.B., & Logan, J.S. On the nature of talker variability effects in recall of spoken word lists. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1991, 17, 152-162.
  135. Ralston, J.V., Pisoni, D.B., Lively, S.E., Greene, B.G., & Mullennix, J.W. Comprehension of synthetic speech produced by rule: Word monitoring and sentence-by-sentence listening times. Human Factors, 1991, 33, 471-491.
  136. Pisoni, D.B., Johnson, K., & Bernacki, R.H. Effects of alcohol on speech. In Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors Society, 1991, Pp. 694-698.
  137. Humes, L.E., Nelson, K.J., & Pisoni, D.B. Recognition of synthetic speech by hearing impaired elderly listeners. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 1991, 34, 1180-1184.
  138. Tanford, J.A., Pisoni, D.B., & Johnson, K. Novel scientific evidence of intoxication: Acoustic analysis of voice recordings from the Exxon-Valdez. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 1991, 82, 579-609.

    1992

  139. Lively, S.E., Pisoni, D.B., & Logan, J.S. Some effects of training Japanese listeners to identify English /r/ and /l/. In Y. Tohkura (Ed.) Speech Perception, Production and Linguistic Structure. Tokyo: Ohmsha Publishing Co. Ltd., 1992, Pp. 175-196.
  140. Pisoni, D.B. Some Comments on Talker Normalization in Speech Perception. In Y. Tohkura, E. Vatikiotis-Bateson & Y. Sagisaka (Eds.) Speech Perception, Production and Linguistic Structure. Tokyo: Ohmsha Publishing Co. Ltd., 1992, Pp. 143-151.
  141. Pisoni, D.B. Some comments on invariance, variability and perceptual normalization in speech perception. Proceedings 1992 International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Banff, Canada, Oct. 12-16, 1992, Pp. 587-590.
  142. Goldinger, S.D., Palmeri, T.J. & Pisoni, D.B. Words and voices: Perceptual details are preserved in lexical representations. Proceedings 1992 International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Banff, Canada, Oct. 12-16, 1992, Pp. 591-594.
  143. Sommers, M.S., Nygaard, L.C. & Pisoni, D.B. Stimulus variability and the perception of spoken words: Effects of variations in speaking rate and overall amplitude. Proceedings 1992 International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Banff, Canada, Oct., Pp. 217-220.
  144. Nygaard, L.C., Sommers, M.S. & Pisoni, D.B. Effects of speaking rate and talker variability on the representation of spoken words in memory. Proceedings 1992 International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Banff, Canada, Oct. 12-16, 1992, Pp. 209-212.
  145. Jusczyk, P.W., Pisoni, D.B., & Mullennix, J.W. Effects of talker variability on speech perception by 2 month old infants. Cognition, 1992, 43, 253-291.
  146. Goldinger, S.D., Luce, P.A., Pisoni, D.B., & Marcario, J.K. Form-based priming in spoken word recognition: Roles of competition and bias. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 1992, 18, 1210-1237.
  147. Duffy, S.A. & Pisoni, D.B. Comprehension of synthetic speech produced by rule: A review and theoretical interpretation. Language and Speech, 1992, 35, 351-389.

    1993

  148. Palmeri, T.J., Goldinger, S.D., & Pisoni, D.B. Episodic encoding of voice attributes and recognition memory for spoken words. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 1993, 19, 309-328.
  149. Pisoni, D.B. Long-term memory in speech perception: Some new findings on talker variability, speaking rate and perceptual learning. Speech Communication, 1993, 13, 109-125.
  150. Lively, S.E., Pisoni, D.B., Summers, W.V., & Bernacki, R.H. Effects of cognitive workload on speech production: Acoustic analyses and perceptual consequences. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1993, 93, 2962-2973.
  151. Humes, L.E., Nelson, K.J., Pisoni, D.B. & Lively, S.E. Effects of age on serial recall of natural and synthetic speech. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 1993, 36, 634-639.
  152. Logan, J.S., Lively, S.E., & Pisoni, D.B. Training listeners to perceive novel phonetic categories: How do we know what is learned? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 94, 1148-1151.
  153. Lewellen, M.J., Goldinger, S.D., Pisoni, D.B., & Greene, B.G. Word familiarity and lexical fluency: Individual differences in naming, lexical decision, and semantic categorization. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1993, 22, 316-330.
  154. Lively, S.E., Logan, J.S. & Pisoni, D.B. Training Japanese listeners to identify English /r/ and /l/: II. The role of phonetic environment and talker variability in learning new perceptual categories. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1993, 94, 1242-1255.

    1994

  155. Nygaard, L.C., Sommers, M.S. & Pisoni, D.B. Speech perception as a talker-contingent process. Psychological Science, 1994, 5, 42-46.
  156. Pisoni, D.B., Logan, J.S., & Lively, S.E. Perceptual learning of nonnative speech contrasts: Implications for theories of speech perception. In H.C. Nusbaum and J. Goodman (Eds.). The Development of Speech Perception: The Transition From Speech Sounds to Spoken Words. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1994, Pp.121-166.
  157. Lively, S.E., Pisoni, D.B., & Goldinger, S.D. Spoken word recognition: Research and Theory. M. Gernsbacher (Ed.) Handbook of Psycholinguistics, New York: Academic Press, Pp. 265-301.
  158. Sommers, M.S., Nygaard, L.C. & Pisoni, D.B. Stimulus variability and spoken word recognition: I. Effects of variability in speaking rate and overall amplitude. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1994, 96, 1314-1324.
  159. Lively, S.E., Pisoni, D.B., Yamada, R.A., Tohkura, Y., & Yamada, T. Training Japanese listeners to identify English /r/ and /l/: III. Long-term retention of new phonetic categories. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1994, 96, 2076-2087.

    1995

  160. Ralston, J.V., Pisoni, D.B., & Mullennix, J.W. Comprehension of synthetic speech produced by rule. In R. Bennett, A. Syrdal, and S. Greenspan (Eds.), Behavioral Aspects of Speech Technology: Theory and Applications. New York: Elsevier, 1995, Pp. 233-287.
  161. Bradlow, A.R., Nygaard, L.C. & Pisoni, D.B. On the contribution of instance-specific characteristics to speech perception. In C. Sorin, J. Marianai, H. Meloni & J. Schoentgen (Eds.), Levels in Speech Communication: Relations and Interactions. New York: Elsevier, Pp. 13-24.
  162. Magnuson, J.S., Yamada, R.A., Tohkura, Y., Pisoni, D.B., Lively, S.E., & Bradlow, A.R. The role of talker variability in non-native phoneme training. Proceedings of the 1995 Spring Meeting of the Acoustical Society of Japan, 1995, Pp. 393-394.
  163. Yamada, R.A., Tohkura, Y., Bradlow, A.R., & Pisoni, D.B. The effect of perception training on Japanese speakers’ produciton of the American English /r/-/l/ contrast. Proceedings of the 1995 Spring Meeting of the Acoustical Society of Japan, 1995, Pp. 385-386.
  164. Nygaard, L.C. & Pisoni, D.B. Speech perception: New directions in research and theory. In J.L. Miller and P.D. Eimas (Eds.), Handbook of Perception and Cognition. Volume II: Speech, Language and Communication. New York: Academic Press, 1995, Pp. 63-96.
  165. Pisoni, D.B. & Lively, S.E. Variability and invariance in speech perception: A new look at some old problems in perceptual learning. In W. Strange (Ed.), Speech Perception and Linguistic Experience: Issues in Cross-Language Research. Timonium, MD: York Press, 1995, Pp. 429-455.
  166. Nygaard, L.C. & Pisoni, D.B. Talker- and task-specific perceptual learning in speech perception. Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, August, 1995, Pp. 194-197.
  167. Bradlow, A.R., Torretta, G.M. & Pisoni, D.B. Some sources of variability in speech intelligibility. Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, August, 1995, Pp. 198-201.
  168. Bradlow, A.R. & Pisoni, D.B. Acquisition of the English /r/ – /l/ contrast by Japanese speakers: Effects of training in perception on production. Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, August, 1995, Pp. 562-565.
  169. Mandel, D.R., Jusczyk, P.W. & Pisoni, D.B. Infants’ recognition of the sound patterns of their own names. Psychological Science, 1995, 6, 314-317.
  170. Nygaard, L.C., Sommers, M.S. & Pisoni, D.B. Effects of stimulus variability on perception and representation of spoken words in memory. Perception & Psychophysics, 1995, 57, 989-1001.
  171. Bradlow, A. R., Nygaard, L. C., & Pisoni, D. B. Indexical and linguistic attributes in speech perception: A review of some recent findings. In B. Kanki and R. Prinzo (Eds.), Metrics and Methods in Speech Communication. Office of Federal Aviation Administration, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/ Department of Defense. 1995, Pp. 67-78.
  172. Goldinger, S.D., Pisoni, D.B., & Luce, P.A. Speech perception: Research and theory. In N.J. Lass (Ed.) Principles of Experimental Phonetics. Toronto, Canada: B.C. Decker. 1995, Pp. 277-327.
  173. Kirk, K.I., Pisoni, D.B., Sommers, M.S., Young, M. & Evanson, C. New directions for assessing speech perception in persons with sensory aids. Annals of Otology, Rhinology, & Laryngology, 1995, 104, 300-303.
  174. Kirk, K.I., Pisoni, D.B. & Osberger, M.J. Lexical effects on spoken word recognition by pediatric cochlear implant users. Ear & Hearing, 1995, 16, 470-481.
  175. Pisoni, D.B. Sources of variability affecting speech perception and spoken word recognition. In C.W. Nixon (Comp.), Symposium on Speech Communication Metrics and Human Performance (AL/CF-SR-1995-0023). Wright Patterson AFB, OH: Armstrong Laboratory, Crew Systems Directorate, 1995, Pp. 19-40.

    1996

  176. Saldaña, H.M., Pisoni, D.B., Fellowes, J.M., & Remez, R.E. Audio-visual speech perception without speech cues. Proceedings of the International Congress on Spoken Language Processing-96. Philadelphia, PA, October, 1996. Pp. 2187-2190.
  177. Yamada, R.A., Tohkura, Y., Bradlow, A.R. & Pisoni, D.B. Does training in speech perception modify speech production? Proceedings of the International Congress on Spoken Language Processing-96. Philadelphia, PA, October, 1996. Pp. 606-609.
  178. Pisoni, D.B., Saldaña, H.M., & Sheffert, S.M. Multi-modal encoding of speech in memory: A first report. Proceedings of the International Congress on Spoken Language Processing-96. Philadelphia, PA, October, 1996. Pp. 1664-1667.
  179. Saldaña, H. M., Nygaard, L.C. & Pisoni, D.B. Encoding of visual speaker attributes and recognition memory for spoken words. In D. Stork and M.E. Hennecke (Eds.), Speechreading by Humans and Machine: Models, Systems, and Applications. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 1996, Pp. 275-281.
  180. Saldaña, H.M., Pisoni, D.B., Fellowes, J.M., & Remez, R.E. Audio-visual speech perception without speech cues: A first report. In D. Stork and M.E. Hennecke (Eds.), Speechreading by Humans and Machine: Models, Systems, and Applications. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 1996, 145-151.
  181. Pisoni, D.B. Word identification in noise. Language and Cognitive Processes, 1996, 11, 681-687.
  182. Bradlow, A.R., Torretta, G.M. & Pisoni, D.B. Intelligibility of normal speech I: Global and fine-grained acoustic-phonetic talker characteristics. Speech Communication, 1996, 20, 255-272.

    1997

  183. Pisoni, D.B. Perception of synthetic speech produced by rule: A selective review and interpretation of research over the last 15 years. In J.P.H. van Santen, R.W. Sproat, J.O. Olive & J. Hirschberg (Eds.), Progress in Speech Synthesis. New York: Springer-Verlag. 1997, Pp. 541-560.
  184. Pisoni, D.B. Some Thoughts on “Normalization” in Speech Perception. In K. Johnson and J.W. Mullennix (Eds.), Talker Variability in Speech Processing. San Diego: Academic Press, Pp. 9-32.
  185. Kirk, K.I., Diefendorf, A.O., Pisoni, D.B. & Robbins, A.M. Assessing speech perception in children. In L.L. Mendel and J.L. Danhauer (Eds.), Speech Perception Assessment. San Diego: Singular Press, 1997, Pp. 101-132.
  186. Miyamoto, R.T., Kirk, K.I., Robbins, A.M., Todd, S.L., Riley, A.I., & Pisoni, D.B. Speech perception and speech intelligibility of children with multichannel cochlear implants. In I. Honjo & H. Takahashi (Eds.), Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences Update. Basel, Switzerland: Karger, 1997, Pp. 198-203.
  187. Bradlow, A.R., Pisoni, D.B., Yamada, R.A. & Tohkura, Y. Training Japanese listeners to identify English /r/ and /l/ IV: Some effects of perceptual learning on speech production. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1997, 101, 2299-2310.
  188. Sommers, M.S., Kirk, K.I. & Pisoni, D.B. Some considerations in evaluating spoken word recognition by normal-hearing and cochlear implant listeners I: The effects of response format. Ear & Hearing, 1997, 18, 89-99.
  189. Pisoni, D.B. Word identification in noise. In F. Grosjean and H. Frauenfelder (Eds.), A Guide to Spoken Word Recognition Paradigms. Hove, England: Psychology Press, 1997, Pp. 681-687.
  190. Ryalls, B.O. & Pisoni, D.B. The effect of talker variability on word recognition in preschool children. Developmental Psychology, 33, 441-451.
  191. Remez, R.E., Fellowes, J.M., Pisoni, D.B., Goh, W.D. & Rubin, P.E. Audio-visual speech perception without traditional speech cues: A second report. In C. Beniot and R. Campbell (Eds.), Proceedings of the ESCA Workshop on Audio-Visual Speech Processing: Cognitive and Computational Approaches (pp. 73-76). 1997, Grenoble: European Speech Communication Association.
  192. Lively, S.E. & Pisoni, D.B. On prototypes and phonetic categories: A critical assessment of the perceptual magnet effect in speech perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1997, 23, 1665-1679.
  193. Kirk, K.I., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.C. Effects of stimulus variability on speech perception in hearing impaired listeners. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 40, 1997, 1395-1405.

    1998

  194. Aslin, R.N., Jusczyk, P.W. & Pisoni, D.B. (1998). Speech and auditory processing during infancy: Constraints on and precursors to language. In W. Damon (Series Ed.), Handbook of Child Psychology. Fifth Edition, Volume 2: Cognition, Perception & Language (D. Kuhn & R. Siegler, Eds.). New York: Wiley. Pp. 147-198.
  195. Luce, P.A. & Pisoni, D.B. (1998). Recognizing spoken words: the Neighborhood Activation Model. Ear and Hearing, 19, 1-36.
  196. Nygaard, L.C. & Pisoni, D.B. (1998). Talker-specific learning in speech perception. Perception & Psychophysics, 60, 335-376.
  197. Forrest, K., Nygaard, L., Pisoni, D.B. and Siemers, E. (1998). The effects of speaking rate on word identification in Parkinson’s disease and normal aging. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 6, 1-12.
  198. Robbins, A.M., Svirsky, M., Osberger, M.J. & Pisoni, D.B. (1998). Beyond the audiogram: The role of functional assessments. In F. Bess (Ed), Children with Hearing Impairment. Nashville, TN: Bill Wilkerson Center Press. Pp. 105-124.
  199. Remez, R.E., Fellowes, J.M., Pisoni, D.B., Goh, W.D. & Rubin, P.E. (1998). Multimodal perceptual organization of speech: Evidence from tone analogs of spoken utterances. Speech Communication, 26, 65-73.
  200. Frisch, S. & Pisoni, D.B. (1998). The development of the lexicon in deaf children with cochlear implants: New insights into language acquisition. In M.C. Gruber, D. Higgins, K. Olson & T. Wysocki (Eds.), CLS 34, vol. II: The panels. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Pp. 459-479.

    1999

  201. Bradlow, A.R., Nygaard, L.C. & Pisoni, D.B. (1999). Effects of talker, rate and amplitude variation on recognition memory for spoken words. Perception & Psychophysics, 61, 206-219.
  202. Wong, D., Miyamoto, R.T., Pisoni, D.B., Sehgal, M. & Hutchins, G.D. (1999). PET imaging of cochlear-implant and normal-hearing subjects listeneing to speech and nonspech. Hearing Research, 132, 34-42.
  203. Vitevitch, M.S., Luce, P.A., Pisoni, D.B. & Auer, E.T. (1999). Phonotactics, neighborhood activation, and lexical access for spoken words. Brain & Language, 68, 306-311.
  204. Bradlow, A.R., Akahane-Yamada, R., Pisoni, D.B. & Tohkura, Y. (1999). Training Japanese listeners to identify English /r/ and /l/: Long-term retention of learning in perception and production. Perception & Psychophysics, 61, 977-985.
  205. Meyer, T.A. & Pisoni, D.B. (1999). Some computational analyses of the PBK Test: Effects of frequency and lexical density on spoken word recognition. Ear & Hearing, 20, 363-371.
  206. Wright, R.A., Frisch, S.A. & Pisoni, D.B. (1999). Speech perception. In J.G. Webster (Ed.), Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. New York: J.Wiley & Sons, Inc. Pp. 175-195.
  207. Bradlow, A.R. & Pisoni, D.B. (1999). Recognition of spoken words by native and non-native listeners: Talker-, listener- and item-related factors. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 106, 2074-2085.
  208. Miyamoto, R.T., Wong, D., Pisoni, D.B., Hutchins, G., Sehgal, M. & Fain, R. (1999). Positron emission tomography in cochlear implant and auditory brain stem implant receipents. The American Journal of Otology, 20, 596-601.

    2000

  209. Chin, S.B. & Pisoni, D.B. (2000). A phonological system at 2 years after cochlear implantation. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 14, 53-73.
  210. Pisoni, D.B. (2000). Cognitive factors and cochlear implants: Some thoughts on perception, learning, and memory in speech perception. Ear & Hearing, 21, 70-78.
  211. Sehgal, S.T., Kirk, K.I., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2000). Effect of residual hearing on children’s speech perception abilities with a cochlear implant. In S.B. Waltzman & N.L. Cohen (Eds.), Cochlear Implants. New York: Thieme Medical Publishers. Pp. 219-221.
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  213. Svirsky, M.A., Robbins, A.M., Kirk, K.I., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2000). Language development in profoundly deaf children with cochlear implants. Psychological Science, 11, 153-158.
  214. Frisch, S.A., Large, N.R. & Pisoni, D.B. (2000). Perception of wordlikeness: Effects of segment probability and length on processing of nonwords. Journal of Memory and Language, 42, 481-496.
  215. Bernstein, J., DeJong, J., Pisoni, D. & Townshend, B. (2000). Two experiments on automatic scoring of spoken language proficiency. Proceedings of InSTIL2000, 57-61.
  216. Frisch, S.A. & Pisoni, D.B. (2000). Modeling spoken word recognition performance by pediatric cochlear implant users using feature identification. Ear & Hearing, 21, 578-589.
  217. Pisoni, D.B., Cleary, M., Geers, A.E. & Tobey, E.A. (2000). Individual differences in effectiveness of cochlear implants in prelingually deaf children: Some new process measures of performance. Volta Review, 101, 111-164.
  218. Chin, S.B., Meyer, T.A., Hay-McCutcheon, M., Wright, G.A., & Pisoni, D.B. (2000). Structure of mental lexicons of children who use cochlear implants: Preliminary findings. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, 109, 114-116.
  219. Frisch, S.A., Meyer, T.A., Pisoni, D.B., Svirsky, M.A. & Kirk, K.I. (2000). Using behavioral data to model open-set word recognition and lexical organization by pediatric cochlear implant users. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, 109, 60-62.
  220. Meyer, T.A., Frisch, S.A., Svirsky, M.A. & Pisoni, D.B. (2000) Modeling phoneme and open-set word recognition by cochlear implant users: A preliminary report. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, 109, 68-70.
  221. Pisoni, D.B. & Geers, A. (2000). Working memory in deaf children with cochlear implants: Correlations between digit span and measures of spoken language processing. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, 109, 92-93.

    2001

  222. Cleary, M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2001). Speech perception and spoken word recognition: Research and theory. In B. Goldstein (Ed.), Handbook of Perception. Cambridge: Blackwell. Pp. 499-534.
  223. Harnsberger, J.D., Svirsky, M.A., Kaiser, A.R., Pisoni, D.B., Wright, R. & Meyer, T.A. (2001). Perceptual “vowel spaces” of cochlear implant users: Implications for the study of auditory adaptation to spectral shift. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 109, 2135-2145.
  224. Lachs, L., Pisoni, D.B. & Kirk, K.I. (2001). Use of audiovisual information in speech perception by prelingually deaf children with cochlear implants. A first report. Ear & Hearing, 22, 236-251.
  225. Goh, W.D., Pisoni, D.B., Kirk, K.I. & Remez, R.E. (2001). Audio-visual perception of sinewave speech in an adult cochlear implant user: A case study. Ear & Hearing 22, 412-419.
  226. Cleary, M., Pisoni, D.B. & Geers, A.E. (2001). Some measures of verbal and spatial working memory in eight- and nine-year-old hearing-impaired children with cochlear implants. Ear & Hearing, 22, 395-411.
  227. Frisch, S.A., Large, N.R., Zawaydeh, B. & Pisoni, D.B. (2001). Emergent phonotactic generalizations in English and Arabic. In J. Bybee and P. Hopper (eds.), Frequency and the emergence of linguistic structure. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Pp. 159-180.

    2002

  228. Cleary, M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2002). Talker discrimination by prelingually-deaf children with cochlear implants: Preliminary results. Annals of Otology, Rhinology, & Laryngology Supplement-Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Cochlear Implants in Children, 111, 113-118.
  229. Cleary, M., Dillon, C.M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2002). Imitation of nonwords by deaf children after cochlear implantation: Preliminary findings. Annals of Otology, Rhinology, & Laryngology Supplement-Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Cochlear Implants in Children, 111, 91-96.
  230. Kirk, K.I., Pisoni, D.B. & Lachs, L. (2002). Audiovisual integration of speech by children and adults with cochlear implants. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 1689-1692.
  231. Wong, D., Pisoni, D.B., Learn, J., Gandour, J.T., Miyamoto, R.T. & Hutchins, G.D. (2002). PET imaging of differential cortical activation by monaural speech and nonspeech stimuli. Hearing Research, 166, 9-23.
  232. Sheffert, S.M., Pisoni, D.B., Fellowes, J.M. & Remez, R.E. (2002). Learning to recognize talkers from natural, sinewave and reversed speech samples. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 28, 1447-1469.
  233. Cleary, M., Pisoni, D.B. & Kirk, K.I. (2002). Working memory spans as predictors of word recognition and receptive vocabulary in children with cochlear implants. Volta Review, 102, 259-280.
  234. Herman, R. & Pisoni, D.B. (2002). Perception of “elliptical speech” following cochlear implantation: Use of broad phonetic categories in speech perception. Volta Review, 102, 321-347.
  235. Lachs, L., Weiss, J.W. & Pisoni, D.B. (2002). Use of partial information by cochlear implant patients and normal-hearing listeners in identifying spoken words: Some preliminary analyses. Volta Review, 102, 303-320.
  236. Vitevitch, M.S., Pisoni, D.B, Kirk, K.I., Hay-McCutcheon, M. & Yount, S.L. (2002) Effects of phonotactic probabilities on the processing of spoken words and nonwords by postlingually deafened adults with cochlear implants. Volta Review, 302, 283-302.
  237. Houston, D.M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2002). Early speech perception and language development in normal-hearing and deaf infants following cochlear implantation. In K.T. Houston (Ed.), The Role of Audition in Spoken Language. Washington, DC: Alexander Graham Bell. Pp. 5-8.
  238. Carter, A.K., Dillon, C.M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2002). Imitation of nonwords by hearing impaired children with cochlear implants: Suprasegmental analyses. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 16, 619-638.

    2003

  239. Pisoni, D.B. & Cleary, M. (2003). Measures of working memory span and verbal rehearsal speed in deaf children after cochlear implantation. Ear & Hearing, 24, 106S-120S.
  240. Lachs, L., McMichael, K. & Pisoni, D.B. (2003). Speech perception and implicit memory: Evidence for detailed episodic encoding of phonetic events. In J. Bowers & C. Marsolek (Eds.), Rethinking implicit memory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 215-235.
  241. Houston, D.M., Pisoni, D.B., Kirk, K.I., Ying, E.A. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2003). Speech perception skills of deaf children following cochlear implantation: A first report. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 67, 479-495.
  242. Burkholder, R.A. & Pisoni, D.B. (2003). Speech timing and working memory in profoundly deaf children after cochlear implantation. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 85, 63-88.
  243. Kaiser, A.R., Kirk, K.I., Lachs, L. & Pisoni, D.B. (2003). Talker and lexical effects on audiovisual word recognition by adults with cochlear implants. Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research, 46, 390-404.
  244. Meyer, T.A., Frisch, S.A., Pisoni, D.B., Miyamoto, R.T., & Svirsky, M.A. (2003). Modeling open-set spoken word recognition in postlingually deafened adults after cochlear implantation: Some preliminary results with the Neighborhood Activation Model. Otology & Neurotology, 24, 612-620.
  245. Cleary, M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2003). Speech Perception. In L. Nadel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science Vol. 4. London, UK: Macmillan. Pp. 163-169.
  246. Goh, W.D. & Pisoni, D.B. (2003). Effects of lexical neighborhoods on immediate memory span for spoken words. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 56A, 929-954.
  247. Bergeson, T.R., Pisoni, D.B., & Reynolds, J.T. (2003). Perception of point light displays of speech by normal-hearing adults and deaf adults with cochlear implants. In J.-L. Schwartz, F. Berthommier, M.-A. Cathiard, & Sodoyer (Eds), Proceedings of Audio Visual Speech Processing 2003 (pp. 55-60). Grenoble, France: Institut de la Communication Parlée, CNRS UMR 5009, INP Grenoble, Université Stendhal.
  248. Conrey, B.L. & Pisoni, D.B. (2003). Audiovisual asynchrony detection for speech and nonspeech signals. In J.-L. Schwartz, F. Berthommier, M.-A. Cathiard, & Sodoyer (Eds), Proceedings of Audio Visual Speech Processing 2003 (pp. 25-30). Grenoble, France: Institut de la Communication Parlée, CNRS UMR 5009, INP Grenoble, Université Stendhal.
  249. Bergeson, T.R., Pisoni, D.B., & Davis, R.A.O. (2003). A longitudinal study of audiovisual speech perception by prelingually deaf children with cochlear implants. In M. J. Solé, D. Recasens, & J. Romero (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 139-142). Adelaide, Australia: Causal Productions.
  250. Bergeson, T.R., Pisoni, D.B., Lachs, L., & Reese, L. (2003). Audiovisual integration of point light displays of speech by deaf adults following cochlear implantation. In M. J. Solé, D. Recasens, & J. Romero (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 1469-1472). Adelaide, Australia: Causal Productions.
  251. Bergeson, T.R., Pisoni, D.B., & Davis, R.A.O. (2003). A longitudinal study of audiovisual speech perception by children with hearing loss who have cochlear implants. Volta Review, 103, 347-370.
  252. Houston, D.M., Ying, E.A., Pisoni, D.B. & Kirk, K.I. (2003). Development of pre word-learning skills in infants with cochlear implants. Volta Review, 103, 303-326.

    2004

  253. Pisoni, D.B. & Cleary, M. (2004). Learning, memory and cognitive processes in deaf children following cochlear implantation. In F.G. Zeng, A.N. Popper & R.R. Fay (Eds.), Springer Handbook of Auditory Research: Auditory Prosthesis, SHAR Volume X. Pp. 377-426.
  254. Bergeson, T.R. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Audiovisual speech perception in deaf adults and children following cochlear implantation. In G. Calvert, C. Spence & B.E. Stein (Eds.), Handbook of Multisensory Processes (pp. 749-772). MIT Press.
  255. Dillon, C.M., Cleary, M., Pisoni, D.B. & Carter, A.K. (2004). Imitation of nonwords by hearing-impaired children with cochlear implants: Segmental analyses. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 18, 39-55.
  256. Clopper, C.G. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Some acoustic cues for the perceptual categorization of American English regional dialects. Journal of Phonetics, 32, 111-140.
  257. Lachs, L. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Crossmodal source information and spoken word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 30, 378-396.
  258. Clopper, C.G & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Homebodies and Army brats: Some effects of early linguistic experience and residential history on dialect categorization. Language Variation and Change, 16, 31-48.
  259. Dillon, C.M., Pisoni, D.B., Cleary, M., and Carter, A.K. (2004). Nonword imitation by children with cochlear implants: Consonant analyses. Archives of Otolaryngology -Head & Neck Surgery, 130, 587-591.
  260. Roediger, H.L., III, McDermott, K.B., Pisoni, D.B. & Gallo, D.A. (2004). Illusory Recollection of voices. Memory, 12, 586-602.
  261. Lachs, L. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Specification of crossmodal source information in isolated kinematic displays of speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 116, 507-518.
  262. Teoh, S.W., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2004). Cochlear implantation in adults with prelingual deafness: I. Clinical results. Laryngoscope, 114, 1536-1540.
  263. Lachs, L. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Crossmodal source identification in speech perception. Ecological Psychology, 16, 159-187.
  264. Teoh, S.W., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2004). Cochlear implantation in adults with prelingual deafness: II. Underlying constraints that affect audiological outcomes. Laryngoscope, 114, 1714-1719.
  265. Dillon, C.M., Burkholder, R.A., Cleary, M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Nonword repetition by children with cochlear implants: Accuracy ratings from normal-hearing listeners. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 47, 1103-1116.
  266. Clopper, C.G. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Effects of talker variability on perceptual learning of dialects. Language and Speech, 47, 207-239.
  267. Clopper, C.G. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Perceptual dialect categorization by an adult cochlear implant user: a case study. International Congress Series, 1273, 235-238.
  268. Burkholder, R. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Digit span recall error analysis in pediatric cochlear implant users. International Congress Series, 1273, 312-315.
  269. Burkholder, R., Pisoni, D.B. & Svirsky, M.A. (2004). Perceptual learning and nonword repetition using a cochlear implant simulation. International Congress Series, 1273, 208-211.
  270. Dillon, C.M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Nonword repetition and reading in deaf children with cochlear implants. International Congress Series, 1273, 304-307.
  271. Horn, D.L., Davis, R.A.O, Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2004). Visual attention, behavioral inhibition and speech/language outcomes in deaf children with cochlear implants. International Congress Series, 1273, 332-335.
  272. Horn, D.L., Davis, R.A.O, Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2004). Visuomotor integration ability of pre-lingually deaf children predicts audiological outcome with a cochlear implant: a first report. International Congress Series, 1273, 356-359.
  273. Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Information processing skills of deaf children with cochlear implants: some new process measures of performance. International Congress Series, 1273, 283-287.
  274. Karpicke, J & Pisoni, D.B. (2004). Using immediate memory span to measure implicit learning. Memory & Cognition, 32, 956-964.

    2005

  275. Pisoni, D.B. (2005). Speech perception in deaf children with cochlear implants. In D.B. Pisoni & R.E. Remez (Eds.), Handbook of Speech Perception. Pp. 494-523. Blackwell Publishers.
  276. Clopper, C.G. & Pisoni, D.B. (2005). Perception of dialect variation. In D.B. Pisoni & R.E. Remez (Eds.), Handbook of Speech Perception. Pp. 313-337. Blackwell Publishers.
  277. Horn, D.L., Davis, R.A.O., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2005). Behavioral inhibition and clinical outcomes in children with cochlear implants. Laryngoscope, 115, 595-600.
  278. Houston, D.M., Carter, A.K., Pisoni, D.B., Kirk, K.I., Ying, E.A. (2005). Name-learning skills of deaf children following cochlear implantation: A first report. Volta Review, 105, 39-70.
  279. Cleary, M., Pisoni, D.B. & Kirk, K.I. (2005). Influence of voice similarity on talker discrimination in normal-hearing children and hearing-impaired children with cochlear implants. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 48, 204-223.
  280. Clopper, C.G., Conrey, B.L. & Pisoni, D.B. (2005). Effects of talker gender on dialect categorization. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 24, 182-206.
  281. Bergeson, T., Pisoni, D.B. & Davis, R.B.O. (2005). Development of audiovisual comprehension skills in prelingually deaf children with cochlear implants. Ear & Hearing, 26, 149-164.
  282. Horn, D.L., Davis, R.A.O., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2005). Development of visual attention skills in prelingually deaf children who use cochlear implants. Ear & Hearing, 26, 389-408.
  283. Horn, D.L., Pisoni, D.B., Sanders, M. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2005). Behavioral assessment of pre-lingually deaf children before cochlear implantation. Laryngoscope, 115, 1603-1611.
  284. Clopper, C.G. & Pisoni, D.B. (2005). Speech perception, hearing impairment, and linguistic variation. In M.J. Ball (Ed.), Clinical Sociolinguistics. Pp. 207-2187. Blackwell Publishers.
  285. Clopper, C.G., Pisoni, D.B. & deJong, K. (2005). Acoustic characteristics of the vowel systems of six regional varieties of American English. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 118, 1661-1676.
  286. Hay-McCutcheon, M.J., Pisoni, D.B. & Kirk, K.I. (2005). Audiovisual speech perception in elderly cochlear implant recipients. Laryngoscope, 115, 1887-1894.
  287. Burkholder, R.A., Pisoni, D.B. & Svirsky, M.A. (2005). Effects of a cochlear implant simulation on immediate memory in normal-hearing adults. International Journal of Audiology, 44, 551-558.
  288. Winters, S.J. & Pisoni, D.B. (2005) When and why feedback matters in the perceptual learning of the visual properties of speech. Proceedings of the International Speech Communication Association Workshop on Plasticity in Speech Perception, 148-151.
  289. Winters, S.J. & Pisoni, D.B. (2005). Speech synthesis: Perception and comprehension. In K. Brown (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Vol. 12, 31-49.

    2006

  290. Burkholder, R.A., & Pisoni, D.B. (2006). Working memory capacity, verbal rehearsal speed, and scanning in deaf children with cochlear implants. In P.E. Spencer & M. Marschark (Eds.), Advances in the Spoken Language Development of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children. Pp.328-357. Oxford University Press.
  291. Clopper, C.G., Levi, S.V. & Pisoni, D.B. (2006). Perceptual similarity of regional dialects of American English. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 119, 566-574.
  292. Clopper, C.G. & Pisoni, D.B. (2006). Effects of region of origin and geographic mobility on perceptual dialect categorization. Language, Variation and Change, 18, 193-221.
  293. Clopper, C.G. & Pisoni, D.B. (2006). The Nationwide Speech Project: A new corpus of American English Dialects. Speech Communication, 48, 633-644.
  294. Clopper, C.G., Pisoni, D.B. & Tierney, A.T. (2006). Effects of open-set and closed-set task demands on spoken word recognition. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 17, 331-349.
  295. Conrey, B.L. & Pisoni, D.B. (2006). Auditory-visual speech perception and synchrony detection for speech and nonspeech signals. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 119, 4065-4073.
  296. Horn, D.L., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2006). Divergence of fine and gross motor skills in prelingually deaf children: Implications for cochlear implantation. Laryngoscope, 116, 1500-1506.
  297. Dillon, C.M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2006). Nonword repetition and reading skills in children who are deaf and have cochlear implants. Volta Review, 106, 121-145.

    2007

  298. Levi, S.V. & Pisoni, D.B. (2007). Indexical and linguistic channels in speech perception: Some effects of voiceovers on advertising outcomes. In T. Lowery (Ed.), Psycholinguistic phenomena in marketing communications. Pp. 203-219. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  299. Levi, S.V., Winters, S.J. & Pisoni, D.B. (2007). Speaker-independent factors affecting the degree of perceived foreign accent in a second language. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 121, 2327-2338.
  300. Clopper, C.G. & Pisoni, D.B. (2007). Free classification of regional dialects of American English. Journal of Phonetics, 35, 421-438.
  301. Pisoni, D.B. & Levi, S.V. (2007). Representations and representational specificity in speech perception and spoken word recognition. In M.G. Gaskell (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Psycholinguistics. Pp. 3-18. Oxford University Press: UK.
  302. Burkholder-Juhasz, R.A., Levi, S.V., Dillon, C.M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2007). Nonword repetition with spectrally reduced speech: Some developmental and clinical findings from pediatric cochlear implantation. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 12, 472-485.
  303. Conway, C.M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2007). Links between implicit learning of sequential patterns and spoken language processing. In D.S. McNamara & J.G. Trafton (Eds), Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 191-196). Austin, TX: cognitive Science Society.
  304. Conway, C.M., Karpicke, J. & Pisoni, D.B. (2007). Contribution of implicit sequence learning to spoken language processing: Some preliminary findings with normal-hearing adults. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 12, 317-334.
  305. Fagan, M.K., Pisoni, D.B., Horn, D.L., & Dillon, C.M. (2007). Neuropsychological processes associated with vocabulary, reading, and working memory in deaf children with cochlear implants. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 12, 461-471.
  306. Bent, T. & Pisoni, D.B. (2007). Some comparisons in perception between speech and nonspeech signals. In M. Ball (Ed.), Handbook of Clinical Linguistics. (pp. 400-411). Blackwell Publishers.
  307. Horn, D.L., Fagan, M.K., Dillon, C.M., Pisoni, D.B. & Miyamoto, R.T. (2007). Visual-motor integration skills of prelingually deaf children: Implications for pediatric cochlear implantation. Laryngoscope, 117, 2017-2025.

    2008

  308. Loebach, J.L. & Pisoni, D.B. (2008). Perceptual learning of spectrally degraded speech and environmental sounds. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 123, 1126-1139.
  309. Harnsberger, J.D., Pisoni, D.B. & Wright, R. (2008). A new method for eliciting three speaking styles in the laboratory. Speech Communication, 50, 323-336.
  310. Pisoni, D.B., Conway, C.M., Kronenberger, W., Horn, D.L., Karpicke, J. & Henning, S. (2008). Efficacy and effectiveness of cochlear implants in deaf children. In M. Marschark & P. Hauser (Eds.), Deaf Cognition: Foundations and Outcomes. (pp. 52-101). New York: Oxford University Press.
  311. Winters, S.J., Levi, S.V. & Pisoni, D.B. (2008). Identification and discrimination of bilingual talkers across languages. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 123, 4524-4538.
  312. Loebach, J.L., Bent, T. & Pisoni, D.B. (2008). Multiple routes to the perceptual learning of speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 124, 552-561.
  313. Conway, C.M. & Pisoni, D.B. (2008). Neurocognitive basis of implicit learning of sequential structure and its relation to language processing. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1145, 113-131.
  314. Tierney, A.T., Bergeson-Dana, T., & Pisoni, D.B. (2008). Effects of early musical experience on auditory sequence memory. Empirical Musicology Review, Vol. 3, 217-186.

    2009

  315. Tierney, A.T., Bergeson, T.R., & Pisoni, D.B. (2009). General intelligence and modality-specific differences in performance: a response to Schellenbert (2008). Empirical Musicology Review, Vol. 4, 217-186, 37-39
  316. Pisoni, D.B., Conway, C.M., Kronenberger, W., Henning, S. & Anaya, E. (2009). Executive function, cognitive control and sequence learning in deaf children with cochlear implants. In M. Marschark & P. Spencer (Eds), Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies, Language, and Education.
  317. Hay-McCutcheon, M. J., Pisoni, D.B., Hunt, K.K. (2009). Audiovisual asynchrony detection and speech perception in hearing-impaired listeners with cochlear implants: A preliminary analysis. International Journal of Audiology. Vol.48, 321-333.
  318. Gruenenfelder, T.M., & Pisoni, D.B. (2009). The lexical restructuring hypothesis and graph theoretic analyses of networks based on random lexicons. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. Vol. 52, 596-609.
  319. Felty, R.A., Buchwald, A., & Pisoni, D.B. (2009). Adaptation to frozen babble in spoken word recognition. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 125 (3), EL93–EL97.
  320. Fagan, M. K., & Pisoni, D.B. (2009). Perspectives on multisensory experience and cognitive development in infants with cochlear implants. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 50(5), 457-462.
  321. Bent, T., Buchwald, A., & Pisoni. D.B. (2009). Perceptual adaptation and intelligibility of multiple talkers for two types of degraded speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 126 (5), 2660–2669.
  322. Conway, C.M., Pisoni, D.B., & Kronenberger, W.G. (2009). The importance of sound for cognitive sequencing abilities: The auditory scaffolding hypothesis. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 18(5), 275-279.
  323. Buchwald, A.B., Winters, S.J. & Pisoni, D.B (2009). Visual speech primes open-set recognition of spoken words. Language and Cognitive Processes 24(4), 580-610.
  324. Loebach, J. L., D. B. Pisoni, & Svirsky, M.A. (2009). Transfer of Auditory Perceptual Learning with Spectrally Reduced Speech to Speech and Nonspeech Tasks: Implications for Cochlear Implants. Ear & Hearing 30(6), 662-674.
  325. Beer, J., Pisoni, D.B., & Kronenberger, W. (2009). Executive Function in Children with Cochlear Implants: The Role of Organizational-Integrative Processes. Volta Voices 16(3), 18-21.


C. In Press

  1. Conway, C.M., Loebach, J.L., & Pisoni, D.B. (In Press). Speech perception. In B. Goldstein (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Perception. SAGE.
  2. Loebach, J.L., Conway, C.M., & Pisoni, D.B. (In Press). Audition: Cognitive influences. In B. Goldstein (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Perception. SAGE.
  3. Peterson, N.R., Pisoni, D.B., & Miyamoto, R.T., (In Press). Cochlear Implants and Restoration of Oral Communication Abilities: Review and Assessment of the Literature. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience.
  4. Hay-McCutcheon, M.J., Peterson, N.R., & Pisoni, D.B. (In Press). Combined Electric and Contralateral Acoustic Hearing for Speech Perception and Immediate Phonological Memory. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research.
  5. Loebach, J.L., Pisoni, D.B. & Svirsky, M.A. (In Press). Effects of semantic context and feedback on perceptual learning of speech processed through an acoustic simulation of a cochlear implant. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
  6. Conway, C.M., Bauernschmidt, A., Huang, S.S., & Pisoni, D.B (In Press). Implicit statistical learning in language processing: Word predictability is the key. Cognition.
  7. Conway, C.M., Pisoni, D.B., Anaya, E.M. Karpicke, J., & Henning, S.C. (In Press). Implicit sequence learning in deaf children with cochlear implants. Developmental Science.
  8. Stevenson, R.A., Altieri, N.A., Kim, S. Pisoni, D.B., & James, T.W. (In Press). Neural processing of asynchronous audiovisual speech perception
  9. Fagan, M.K. & Pisoni, D.B. (In Press). Early auditory experience and vocabulary development in deaf children with cochlear implants. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.


D. Submitted for Publication

  1. McMichael, K.H. & Pisoni, D.B. (Under Revision). Effects of talker-specific encoding on recognition memory for spoken sentences. Memory & Cognition.
  2. Karpicke, J. & Pisoni, D.B. (Submitted). Modality effects in forward and backward immediate memory span. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
  3. Lachs, L. & Pisoni, D.B. (Under Revision). Visual recognition of spoken words without audition. Perception & Psychophysics.
  4. Winters, S.J., Levi, S.V. & Pisoni, D.B. (Submitted). When and why feedback matters in the perceptual learning of visual displays of speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
  5. Dillon, C.M., deJong, K. & Pisoni, D.B. (Submitted). Phonological awareness, reading skills and vocabulary knowledge in deaf children who use cochlear implants. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.
  6. Ronquest, R.E., Levi, S.V. & Pisoni, D.B. (Under Revision). Language identification from visual-only speech. Attention Perception & Psychophysics.
  7. Radicke, J.L., Levi, S.V., Loebach, J.L. & Pisoni, D.B. (Submitted). Audiovisual phonological fusion. Perception & Psychophysics.
  8. Kitano, K., Nichols, T.M., Britton, R.A., Pisoni, D.B. & Koceja, D.M. (Submitted). Executive function and postural control in the elderly. Journal Neuroscience Letters.
  9. Dillon, C.M., deJong, K. & Pisoni, D.B. (Submitted). Phonological processing and reading in deaf children with cochlear implants. Cognition.
  10. Dillon, C.M., Pisoni, D.B. & deJong, K. (Submitted). Nonword factors and vocabulary effects in nonword repetition and reading skills of children with cochlear implants. Applied Psycholinguistics.
  11. Taler, V., Pisoni, D.B., Farlow, M.R., Hake, A.M., Kareken, D.A. & Unverzagt, F.W. (Submitted). Reduced cluster switching in category fluency reveals cognitive decline: A longitudinal study. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society.
  12. Taler, V. & Pisoni, D.B. (Submitted). Effects of talker-specific encoding on recognition memory for spoken sentences. Memory.
  13. Bent, T. Loebach, J.L. Phillips, L., & Pisoni, D.B. (Submitted). Perceptual adaptation to sinewave-vocoded speech across languages. Attention Perception and Psychophysics.
  14. Altieri, N., Gruenenfelder, T., & Pisoni, D.B. (Under Revision) Clustering coefficients of lexical neighborhoods: Does neighborhood structure matter in spoken word recognition? Language and Cognitive Processes.
  15. Conway, C.M., Karpicke, J., Anaya, E.M., Henning, S.C., Kronenberger, W.G., & Pisoni, D.B. (Re-submitted). Nonverbal cognition in deaf children following cochlear implantation: Motor sequencing disturbances mediate language delays. Developmental Neuropsychology.
  16. Horn, D.L., M.D.*, Pisoni, D.B., Ph.D.*, **, Miyamoto, R.T., M.D.* (Submitted). Adaptive Behavioral Assessment of Pre-lingually Deaf Children Before and After Cochlear Implantation.


E. Research Grants & Contracts: (* = In Progress)

  1. Principal Investigator . . . . PHS NIMH Research Grant (MH 24027) “The Speech Mode and Categorical Perception” November 1, 1973 October 31, 1976. Total Direct Costs: $64,000.
  2. Principal Investigator . . . . PHS NINCDS Research Grant (NS 12179) “Auditory and Phonetic Processes in Speech Perception” June 1, 1975 May 31, 1979. Total Direct Costs: $206,746.
  3. Principal Investigator . . . . PHS NIMH Research Grant (MH 24027) “Perceptual Analysis of Speech Sounds” April 1, 1978 March 31, 1982. Total Direct Costs: $269,192.
  4. Co principal Investigator (with R. N. Aslin) . . . PHS NICHD Research Grant (HD 11915) “Perception of Speech and Nonspeech Sounds in Infants” April 1, 1978 March 31, 1981. Total Direct Costs: $128,353.
  5. Program Director . . . PHS NIH NINCDS Post doctoral Training Grant (NS 07134) “Training in Speech, Hearing, and Sensory Communication” July 1, 1979 June 30, 1984. Total Direct Costs: $137,539.
  6. Principal Investigator . . . PHS NINCDS Research Grant (NS 12179) “Speech Perception, Analysis and Synthesis” December 1, 1980 November 30, 1983. Total Direct Costs: $287,086.
  7. Principal Investigator . . . NSF Research Grant “Analysis and Interpretation of Speech Spectrograms” March 1, 1981 February 28, 1982. Total Direct Costs: $18,242.
  8. Co Principal Investigator (with R. N. Aslin) . . . PHS NICHD Research Grant (HD 11915) “Perception of Speech and Nonspeech Sounds in Infants” July 1, 1981 June 30, 1983. Total Direct Costs: $97,961.
  9. Principal Investigator . . . Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Air Force Systems Command AFAMRL 82 25 “Perception of Synthetic Speech by Human Observers” October 1, 1982 December 31, 1985. Total Costs: $167,806.
  10. Principal Investigator . . . NSF Research Grant “Analysis and Interpretation of Speech Spectrograms” August 1, 1983 July 31, 1986. Total Costs: $140,000.
  11. Principal Investigator . . . DoD Air Force Office of Scientific Research, University Research Instrumentation Program “Instrumentation for a Real time Multi user Speech Processing Facility” June 1, 1983 May 31, 1984. Total Costs: $301,088.
  12. Principal Investigator . . . PHS NINCDS Research Grant (NS 12179) “Speech Perception, Analysis and Synthesis” December 1, 1983 February 29, 1988. Total Direct Costs: $687,022.
  13. Program Director . . . PHS NIH NINCDS Post doctoral Training Grant (NS 07l34) “Training in Speech, Hearing, and Sensory Communication” July 1, 1984 September 24, 1989. Total Direct Costs: $528,388.
  14. Principal Investigator . . . IBM Corp. Contract No. 435114 “Performance of Speech Recognizers.” July 1, 1984 April 30, 1986. Total Costs: $130,000.
  15. Principal Investigator . . . Digital Equipment Corp. External Research Grant Program, Agreement No. 136 “Perceptual Evaluation of Synthetic Speech Generated by Text to Speech Systems.” June 14, 1984 December 31, 1985. Total Equipment Credits: $100,000.
  16. Principal Investigator . . . General Motors Research Labs “A Preliminary Study to Investigate the Assessment of Blood Alcohol Level Through Acoustic Phonetic Analyses of Speech.” July 1, 1984 February 28, 1986. Total Costs: $30,000.
  17. Principal Investigator . . . Air Force Aerospace Medical Research Labs “Acoustic Phonetic Analyses of Speech Produced in Noise.” July 1, 1985 December 31, 1985. Total Costs: $48,862.
  18. Principal Investigator . . . Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory Contract (86 C 0549) “Speech Perception and Production in Severe Environments.” July 1, 1986 June 30, 1990. Total Costs: $459,893.
  19. Principal Investigator . . . NSF Research Grant (IRI 8617847) “Perception of Synthetic Speech Generated by Rule.” February 1, 1987 January 31, 1991. Total Costs: $293,912.
  20. Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD Research Grant (DC 00111) “Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition.” March 1, 1988 November 30, 1994. Total Direct Costs: $1,637,392. [Jacob K. Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award, 1988 1995]
  21. Program Director . . . PHS NIDCD Training Grant (DC 00012) “Training in Speech, Hearing, and Sensory Communication.” September 25, 1989 June 30, 1994. Total Direct Costs: $447,586.
  22. Co-Investigator . . . PHS NIA Research Grant (AG 08293) “Speech Recognition by the Hearing-Impaired Elderly.” PI= L. Humes, Speech & Hearing Sciences. May 1, 1990 – April 30, 1995. Total Direct Costs: $507,000.
  23. Co-Investigator . . . PHS NIAAA (AA07611-06 )”Center on Genetic Determinants of Alcohol Ingestants.” PI= T.K. Li, I.U. Medical Center, December 1, 1992 – November 30, 1997. Total Direct Costs: $5,856,680.
  24. Program Director . . . PHS NIDCD Training Grant (T32 DC-00012) “Training in Speech, Hearing and Sensory Communication.” July 1, 1994 – June 30, 1999. Total Direct Costs: $1,457,250.
  25. Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD Research Grant (DC 00111) “Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition.” December 1, 1994 November 30, 1999. Total Direct Costs: $2,686,274.
  26. Co-Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD Research Grant “Comparison of Sensory Aids in Deaf Children.” PI= R.T. Miyamoto, I.U. Medical Center, April 1, 1995 – March 31, 2000. Total Direct Costs: $2,539,226.
  27. Principal Investigator . . . Alcoholic Beverage Medical Research Foundation Grant “Effects of Alcohol on Speech Production.” June 1, 1995 – May 31, 1998. Total Direct Costs: $75,000.
  28. Co-Investigator . . . Indiana University Strategic Direction Initiatives “Linguistic, Cognitive, and Sensory Factors Underlying the Clinical Effectiveness of Pediatric Cochlear Implants.” July 1, 1998 – June 30, 2000. Total Direct Costs: $321,742.
  29. Program Director . . . PHS NIDCD Training Grant (T32 DC-00012) “Training in Speech, Hearing and Sensory Communication.” July 1, 1999 – June 30, 2004. Total Direct Costs: $1,898,088.
  30. Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD Research Grant (DC 00111) “Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition.” December 1, 1999 November 30, 2005. Total Direct Costs: $1,858,931.
  31. Co-Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD Research Grant (DC-006235) “Speech Perception by Infants after Cochlear Implantation.” July 1, 2003-June 30, 2008. Total Direct Costs: $1,693,125. (PI= Derek Houston)
  32. Co-Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD Research Grant (DC-006682) “Multimodal Perception by Infants with Cochlear Implants.” April 1, 2004 – March 31, 2007. Total Direct Costs: $564,375. (PI= Tonya Bergeson-Dana)
  33. *Program Director . . . PHS NIDCD Training Grant (T32 DC-00012) “Training in Speech, Hearing and Sensory Communication.” July 1, 2005 – June 30, 2009. Total Direct Costs: $2,970,896.
  34. *Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD Research Grant (DC 00111) “Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition.” April 1, 2006 – March 31, 2011. Total Direct Costs: $2,086,687.
  35. *Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD R55 Research Grant (DC-00958) “Neurocognitive Processes
    in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants.” August 1, 2008 – July 31, 2010. Total Direct Costs:
    $100,000.

  36. Co-Investigator…PHS NIDCD Research Grant (DC-00064) “Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition by Children with Cochlear Implants.” Principal Investigator R.T. Miyamoto, February 1, 2006 – January 31, 2009. Total Direct Costs: $1,071,956.
  37. *Program Director . . . PHS NIDCD Training Grant (T32 DC-00012) “Training in Speech, Hearing and Sensory Communication.” July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2014. Total Direct Costs: $3,296,475.
  38. *Principal Investigator . . . PHS NIDCD R01 Research Grant (DC-009581)“Neurocognitive Processes in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants.” December 1, 2009 – November 30, 2014. Total Direct Costs: $2,421,678.