Suzy Styles
Suzy Styles
Nanyang Assistant Professor in Psychology, Nanyang Technological University
Verified email at ntu.edu.sg
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How do infants build a semantic system?
SJ Styles, K Plunkett
Language and Cognition 1 (1), 1-24, 2009
572009
What is ‘word understanding’for the parent of a one-year-old? Matching the difficulty of a lexical comprehension task to parental CDI report
S Styles, K Plunkett
Journal of Child Language 36 (4), 895-908, 2009
402009
When Does Maluma/Takete Fail? Two Key Failures and a Meta-Analysis Suggest That Phonology and Phonotactics Matter
SJ Styles, L Gawne
i-Perception 8 (4), 2041669517724807, 2017
342017
Can a Word Sound Like a Shape Before You Have Seen It? Sound-Shape Mapping Prior to Conscious Awareness
SM Hung, SJ Styles, PJ Hsieh
Psychological Science 28 (3), 263-275, 2017
322017
Balloons and bavoons versus spikes and shikes: ERPs reveal shared neural processes for shape–sound-meaning congruence in words, and shape–sound congruence in pseudowords
J Sučević, AM Savić, MB Popović, SJ Styles, V Ković
Brain and language 145, 11-22, 2015
252015
ERP correlates of unexpected word forms in a picture–word study of infants and adults
MD Duta, SJ Styles, K Plunkett
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 2 (2), 223-234, 2012
182012
Early links in the early lexicon: Semantically related word-pairs prime picture looking in the second year
S Styles, K Plunkett
Lexical representation: a multi-disciplinary approach, 51-88, 2011
132011
Priming and lexical interference in infancy
SJ Styles, N Arias-Trejo, K Plunkett
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society, 2008
82008
Glyph guessing for ‘oo’and ‘ee’: spatial frequency information in sound symbolic matching for ancient and unfamiliar scripts
N Turoman, SJ Styles
Royal Society open science 4 (9), 170882, 2017
42017
In the Absence of Animacy: Superordinate Category Structure Affects Subordinate Label Verification
O Ilic, V Kovic, SJ Styles
PLOS ONE 8 (12), e83282, 2013
42013
Cross-Modal Perception of Noise-in-Music: Audiences Generate Spiky Shapes in Response to Auditory Roughness in a Novel Electroacoustic Concert Setting
K Liew, PM Lindborg, R Rodrigues, SJ Styles
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 178, 2018
32018
Is a high tone pointy? Speakers of different languages match Mandarin Chinese tones to visual shapes differently
N Shang, SJ Styles
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2139, 2017
32017
To call a cloud ‘cirrus’: sound symbolism in names for categories or items
V Ković, J Sučević, SJ Styles
PeerJ 5, e3466, 2017
32017
The language of dance: Testing a model of cross-‐modal communication in the performing arts
SJ Styles
Sound and Interactivity 20, 35, 2015
32015
Dissonance and roughness in cross-modal perception
K Liew, SJ Styles, PM Lindborg
Proceedings of the 6th Conference of the Asia Pacific Society for the …, 2017
22017
Infant VEPs reveal neural correlates of implicit naming: Lateralized differences between lexicalized versus name-unknown pictures
SJ Styles, K Plunkett, MD Duta
Neuropsychologia 77, 177-184, 2015
22015
How well do Humans Capture the Sounds of Speech in Writing?
N Turoman, SJ Styles
Sound and Interactivity 20, 43, 2015
22015
Pre-Readers at the Alien Zoo: A Preregistered Study of the Predictors of Dyslexia and Linguistic Sound Symbolism in 6-year-olds.
FT Woon, YS Chong, LM Daniel, BFP Broekman, S Cai, SJ Styles
CogSci, 2018
2018
An implicit association test on audiovisual cross-modal correspondences
N Shang, SJ Styles
ICMA Array 2016, 50-51, 2016
2016
Guitar Face: Super-normal integration of sound and vision
JDF Lim, SJ Styles
ICMA Array 2016, 45-49, 2016
2016
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