Selected publications



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Benkí, J. R., Broome, J., Conrad, F., Groves, R., and Kreuter, F. (2011) Effects of speech rate, pitch, and pausing on survey participation decisions. Paper presented at the May 2011 AAPOR meeting, Phoenix. PDF File

Benkí, J. R., and Felty, R. (2005) Recognition of English phonemes in noise. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117, 2568 (conference proceedings). PDF File

Benkí, J. R. (2005) Perception of VOT and first formant onset by Spanish and English speakers. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Bilingualism, ed. J. Cohen, K.T. McAlister, K. Rolstad, J. MacSwan, pp. 240-248 (Cascadilla Press, Somerville, Massachusetts). PDF File

Benkí, J. R. (2003) Analysis of English nonsense syllable recognition in noise. Phonetica 60, 129-157. PDF File

Benkí, J. R. (2003) Quantitative evaluation evaluation of lexical status, word frequency, and neighborhood density as context effects in spoken word recognition. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113, 1689-1705. PDF File

Benkí, J. R. (2002) Effects of signal-independent factors in speech perception. Proceedings of the 28th annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, edited by J. Larson and M. Paster (Berkeley Linguistics Society, Berkeley), pp. 63-74. PDF File

Benkí, J. R. (2001) Place of articulation and first formant transition pattern both affect perception of voicing in English. Journal of Phonetics 29, 1-22. PDF File This material has been published in Journal of Phonetics 29, 2001, pp. 1-22, the only definitive repository of the content that has been certified and accepted after peer review. Copyright and all rights therein are retained by Academic Press (Copyright (c) 2001 by Academic Press).

Benkí, J. R. (2000) Lexical biases are useful. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23, 326-327. PDF File Go to the BBS website for the whole MERGE article and commentary.

Benkí, J. R. (1998) Evidence for phonological categories from speech perception. PhD dissertation, University of Massachusetts. PDF File