Cynthia M Connine
Cynthia M Connine
Professor of Psychology and Linguistics Emerita Binghamton University
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Effects of familiarity and aptness on metaphor processing.
DG Blasko, CM Connine
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 19 (2), 295, 1993
On the compositional and noncompositional nature of idiomatic expressions
DA Titone, CM Connine
Journal of pragmatics 31 (12), 1655-1674, 1999
Do the beginnings of spoken words have a special status in auditory word recognition?
CM Connine, DG Blasko, D Titone
Journal of Memory and Language 32 (2), 193-210, 1993
Word familiarity and frequency in visual and auditory word recognition.
CM Connine, J Mullennix, E Shernoff, J Yelen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 16 (6), 1084, 1990
Interactive use of lexical information in speech perception.
CM Connine, C Clifton Jr
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 13 (2), 291, 1987
Lexical expectations in sentence comprehension
C Clifton Jr, L Frazier, C Connine
Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior 23 (6), 696-708, 1984
Comprehension of idiomatic expressions: Effects of predictability and literality.
DA Titone, CM Connine
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (5), 1126, 1994
Descriptive norms for 171 idiomatic expressions: Familiarity, compositionality, predictability, and literality
DA Titone, CM Connine
Metaphor and Symbol 9 (4), 247-270, 1994
Lexical representation of phonological variation in spoken word recognition
LJ Ranbom, CM Connine
Journal of Memory and Language 57 (2), 273-298, 2007
Processing spoken Chinese: The role of tone information
Y Ye, CM Connine
Language and cognitive processes 14 (5-6), 609-630, 1999
Variant frequency in flap production
D Patterson, CM Connine
Phonetica 58 (4), 254-275, 2001
Similarity mapping in spoken word recognition
CM Connine, D Titone, T Deelman, D Blasko
Journal of memory and language 37 (4), 463-480, 1997
Effects of subsequent sentence context in auditory word recognition: Temporal and linguistic constrainst
CM Connine, DG Blasko, M Hall
Journal of Memory and Language 30 (2), 234-250, 1991
Verb frame preferences: Descriptive norms
C Connine, F Ferreira, C Jones, C Clifton, L Frazier
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 13 (4), 307-319, 1984
It’s not what you hear but how often you hear it: On the neglected role of phonological variant frequency in auditory word recognition
CM Connine
Psychonomic bulletin & review 11 (6), 1084-1089, 2004
Constraints on interactive processes in auditory word recognition: The role of sentence context
CM Connine
Journal of Memory and Language 26 (5), 527-538, 1987
Phoneme Monitoring
CMCDA Titone
Language and Cognitive Processes 11 (6), 635-646, 1996
Auditory word recognition: Extrinsic and intrinsic effects of word frequency.
CM Connine, D Titone, J Wang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 19 (1), 81, 1993
Vertical similarity in spoken word recognition: Multiple lexical activation, individual differences, and the role of sentence context
CM Connine, DG Blasko, J Wang
Perception & Psychophysics 56 (6), 624-636, 1994
A possible auditory basis for internal structure of phonetic categories
JL Miller, CM Connine, TM Schermer, KR Kluender
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 73 (6), 2124-2133, 1983
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