Gary M. Oppenheim
Gary M. Oppenheim
Department of Psychology, Bangor University
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The dark side of incremental learning: A model of cumulative semantic interference during lexical access in speech production
GM Oppenheim, GS Dell, MF Schwartz
Cognition 114 (2), 227-252, 2010
Inner speech slips exhibit lexical bias, but not the phonemic similarity effect
GM Oppenheim, GS Dell
Cognition 106 (1), 528-537, 2008
Motor movement matters: The flexible abstractness of inner speech
GM Oppenheim, GS Dell
Memory & cognition 38 (8), 1147-1160, 2010
Saying the right word at the right time: Syntagmatic and paradigmatic interference in sentence production
GS Dell, GM Oppenheim, AK Kittredge
Language and cognitive processes 23 (4), 583-608, 2008
Word Production: Behavioral and Computational Considerations
GS Dell, N Nozari, GM Oppenheim
The Oxford Handbook of Language Production, 88-104, 2014
Cumulative semantic interference as learning
GM Oppenheim, GS Dell, MF Schwartz
Brain and Language 103 (1), 175-176, 2007
The case for subphonemic attenuation in inner speech: Comment on Corley, Brocklehurst, and Moat (2011)
GM Oppenheim
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (2 …, 2012
Interactions between lexical access and articulation
A Fink, GM Oppenheim, M Goldrick
Language, cognition and neuroscience 33 (1), 12-24, 2018
Longitudinal evidence for simultaneous bilingual language development with shifting language dominance, and how to explain it
GM Oppenheim, Z Griffin, ED Peņa, LM Bedore
Language Learning 70 (S2), 20-44, 2020
Found in translation: Late bilinguals do automatically activate their native language when they are not using it
G Oppenheim, YJ Wu, G Thierry
Cognitive science 42 (5), 1700-1713, 2018
Episodic traces and statistical regularities: Paired associate learning in typical and dyslexic readers
MW Jones, JR Kuipers, S Nugent, A Miley, G Oppenheim
Cognition 177, 214-225, 2018
The paca that roared: Immediate cumulative semantic interference among newly acquired words
GM Oppenheim
Cognition 177, 21-29, 2018
Inner speech as a forward model?
GM Oppenheim
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2013
Rapid learning of a phonemic discrimination in the first hours of life
YJ Wu, X Hou, C Peng, W Yu, GM Oppenheim, G Thierry, D Zhang
Nature Human Behaviour 6 (8), 1169-1179, 2022
Insights for speech production planning from errors in inner speech
GS Dell, GM Oppenheim
The handbook of speech production, 404-418, 2015
Lexical competition on demand
GM Oppenheim, E Balatsou
Cognitive Neuropsychology 36 (5-6), 216-219, 2019
Behavioral interference or facilitation does not distinguish between competitive and noncompetitive accounts of lexical selection in word production
GM Oppenheim, N Nozari
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 43 (43), 2021
“Did I Say Cherry?” Error Patterns on a Blocked Cyclic Naming Task for Bilingual Children With and Without Developmental Language Disorder
S McMillen, ZM Griffin, ED Peņa, LM Bedore, GM Oppenheim
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 63 (4), 1148-1164, 2020
Bilinguals apply language-specific grain sizes during sentence reading
C Egan, GM Oppenheim, C Saville, K Moll, MW Jones
Cognition 193, 104018, 2019
Episodic memory cues in acquisition of novel visual-phonological associations: a webcam-based eye-tracking study
SL Calabrich, GM Oppenheim, MW Jones
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 43 (43), 2021
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