Annie C. Gilbert
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Bilingual language experience as a multidimensional spectrum: Associations with objective and subjective language proficiency
JW Gullifer, S Kousaie, AC Gilbert, A Grant, N Giroud, K Coulter, D Klein, ...
Applied Psycholinguistics 42 (2), 245-278, 2021
The role of low-frequency neural oscillations in speech processing: revisiting delta entrainment
VJ Boucher, AC Gilbert, B Jemel
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 31 (8), 1205-1215, 2019
Perceptual chunking and its effect on memory in speech processing: ERP and behavioral evidence
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher, B Jemel
Frontiers in psychology 5, 220, 2014
The perceptual chunking of speech: A demonstration using ERPs
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher, B Jemel
Brain Research 1603, 101-113, 2015
What do listeners attend to in hearing prosodic structures? investigating the human speech-parser using short-term recall.
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher
INTERSPEECH, 430-433, 2007
Le chunking perceptif de la parole: Sur la nature du groupement temporel et son effet sur la mémoire immédiate
AC Gilbert
Universite de Montreal (Canada), 2013
Earlier age of second language learning induces more robust speech encoding in the auditory brainstem in adults, independent of amount of language exposure during early childhood
N Giroud, SR Baum, AC Gilbert, NA Phillips, V Gracco
Brain and Language 207, 104815, 2020
Bilinguals benefit from semantic context while perceiving speech in noise in both of their languages: Electrophysiological evidence from the N400 ERP
K Coulter, AC Gilbert, S Kousaie, S Baum, VL Gracco, D Klein, D Titone, ...
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 24 (2), 344-357, 2021
The Role of Rhythmic Chunking in Speech: Synthesis of Findings and Evidence from Statistical Learning.
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher, B Jemel
ICPhS, 747-750, 2011
Syntax and syllable count as predictors of French tonal groups: Drawing links to memory for prosody
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher
Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Speech Prosody, 289-292, 2006
Adaptive and selective production of syllable duration and fundamental frequency as word segmentation cues by French-English bilinguals
AC Gilbert, M Wolpert, H Saito, S Kousaie, I Itzhak, SR Baum
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 146 (6), 4255-4272, 2019
Segmentation de la parole: des groupes rythmiques et des énoncés, pas des mots et des phrases
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher, B Jemel, B Lalonde
Présenté au 78e Congrès de l’ACFAS, Montréal, Québec, 2010
Exploring the rhythmic segmentation of heard speech using evoked potentials
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher, B Jemel
Speech Prosody 2010-Fifth International Conference, 2010
The Structural Effects of Modality on the Rise of Symbolic Language: A Rebuttal of Evolutionary Accounts and a Laboratory Demonstration
VJ Boucher, AC Gilbert, A Rossier-Bisaillon
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2300, 2018
A cross-language investigation of word segmentation by bilinguals with varying degrees of proficiency: Preliminary results
AC Gilbert, I Itzhak, S Baum
Proceedings of Speech Prosody, 36-39, 2016
Age of acquisition modulates alpha power during bilingual speech comprehension in noise
AM Grant, S Kousaie, K Coulter, AC Gilbert, SR Baum, V Gracco, D Titone, ...
Frontiers in psychology 13, 2022
Recognition of vocal socioemotional expressions at varying levels of emotional intensity.
M Morningstar, AC Gilbert, J Burdo, M Leis, MA Dirks
Emotion, 2021
L2 exposure modulates the scope of planning during first and second language production
AC Gilbert, M Cousineau-Perusse, D Titone
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23 (5), 1093-1105, 2020
Size of rhythm-groups affects the memory trace of heard words in utterances: Results from a pilot study using evoked potentials
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher, B Jemel
Proceedings of the Speech Prosody 2008 Conference, Campinas, 379-382, 2008
Size‐constraints on intonation groups in speech: Evidence of an independent syllable‐count principle
AC Gilbert, VJ Boucher
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117 (4), 2458-2458, 2005
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