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What makes speech sound fluent? The contributions of pauses, speed and repairs
HR Bosker, AF Pinget, H Quené, T Sanders, NH de Jong
Language Testing 30 (2), 159-175, 2013
4012013
Choosing a threshold for silent pauses to measure second language fluency
NH De Jong, HR Bosker
The 6th Workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS), 17-20, 2013
1872013
Neural entrainment determines the words we hear
A Kösem, HR Bosker, A Takashima, A Meyer, O Jensen, P Hagoort
Current Biology 28 (18), 2867-2875. e3, 2018
1622018
Native speakers’ perceptions of fluency and accent in L2 speech
AF Pinget, HR Bosker, H Quené, NH de Jong
Language Testing 31 (3), 349-365, 2014
1152014
Linguistic structure and meaning organize neural oscillations into a content-specific hierarchy
G Kaufeld, HR Bosker, S Ten Oever, PM Alday, AS Meyer, AE Martin
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (49), 9467-9475, 2020
1022020
Native ‘um’s elicit prediction of low-frequency referents, but non-native ‘um’s do not
HR Bosker, H Quené, T Sanders, NH de Jong
Journal of Memory and Language 75, 104-116, 2014
952014
The perception of fluency in native and nonnative speech
HR Bosker, H Quené, T Sanders, NH De Jong
Language Learning 64 (3), 579-614, 2014
892014
Accounting for rate-dependent category boundary shifts in speech perception
HR Bosker
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79, 333-343, 2017
692017
Beat gestures influence which speech sounds you hear
HR Bosker, D Peeters
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1943), 20202419, 2021
672021
Entrained theta oscillations guide perception of subsequent speech: Behavioural evidence from rate normalisation
HR Bosker, O Ghitza
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 33 (8), 955-967, 2018
632018
Cognitive load makes speech sound fast, but does not modulate acoustic context effects
HR Bosker, E Reinisch, MJ Sjerps
Journal of Memory and Language 94, 166-176, 2017
622017
How the tracking of habitual rate influences speech perception.
M Maslowski, AS Meyer, HR Bosker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (1), 128, 2019
402019
Foreign languages sound fast: evidence from implicit rate normalization
HR Bosker, E Reinisch
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1063, 2017
382017
Knowledge-based and signal-based cues are weighted flexibly during spoken language comprehension.
G Kaufeld, A Ravenschlag, AS Meyer, AE Martin, HR Bosker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 46 (3), 549, 2020
352020
Using fuzzy string matching for automated assessment of listener transcripts in speech intelligibility studies
HR Bosker
Behavior Research Methods 53 (5), 1945-1953, 2021
342021
Fluency in Dialogue: Turn‐Taking Behavior Shapes Perceived Fluency in Native and Nonnative Speech
M van Os, NH de Jong, HR Bosker
Language Learning, 0
34
Normalization for speechrate in native and nonnative speech
HR Bosker, E Reinisch
18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 2015 [ICPhS XVIII], 2015
292015
Talkers produce more pronounced amplitude modulations when speaking in noise
HR Bosker, M Cooke
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143 (2), EL121-EL126, 2018
272018
Linguistic expectation management in online discourse processing: An investigation of Dutch inderdaad'indeed'and eigenlijk'actually'
G van Bergen, HR Bosker
Journal of Memory and Language 103, 191-209, 2018
252018
How our own speech rate influences our perception of others
HR Bosker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2016
242016
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