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2010Auditory discrimination of voice-onset time and its relationship with reading abilityArciuli, Joanne; Monaghan, Padraic; Rankine, Tracey; Disability and CommunityAuditory discrimination of voice-onset time and its relationship with reading ability, Laterality: asymmetries of body, brain and cognition, vol.15, 3, 2010,pp 343-360
2008Constraints for computational models of reading: Evidence from learning lexical stressArciuli, Joanne; Monaghan, Padraic; Seva, Nada; Communication DisordersConstraints for computational models of reading: Evidence from learning lexical stress, CogSci 2008 Proceedings, vol.online and cd-rom,(),2008,pp 457-462
2016Cross-linguistic evidence for probabilistic orthographic cues to lexical stressArciuli, Joanne; Monaghan, Padraic; Seva, Nada; Disability and CommunityCross-linguistic evidence for probabilistic orthographic cues to lexical stress in Linguistic Rhythm and Literacy, John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2016, pp. 215-236
2010Learning to assign lexical stress during reading aloud: Corpus, behavioral, and computational investigationsArciuli, Joanne; Monaghan, Padraic; Seva, Nada; Disability and CommunityLearning to assign lexical stress during reading aloud: Corpus, behavioral, and computational investigations, Journal of Memory and Language, vol.63, 2, 2010,pp 180-196
2009Probabilistic Cues to Grammatical Category in English Orthography and their Influence During ReadingArciuli, Joanne; Monaghan, Padraic; Disability and CommunityProbabilistic Cues to Grammatical Category in English Orthography and their Influence During Reading, Scientific Studies of Reading, vol.13, 1,pp 73-93
2009Stressing What is Important: Orthographic Cues and Lexical Stress AssignmentArciuli, Joanne; Monaghan, Padraic; Seva, Nada; Disability and CommunityStressing What is Important: Orthographic Cues and Lexical Stress Assignment, Journal of Neurolinguistics, vol.22, 3,pp 237-249