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Ja Young Choi
Ja Young Choi
Graduate Student, Harvard University
Verified email at g.harvard.edu
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Varying acoustic-phonemic ambiguity reveals that talker normalization is obligatory in speech processing
JY Choi, ER Hu, TK Perrachione
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80 (3), 784-797, 2018
372018
Time and information in perceptual adaptation to speech
JY Choi, TK Perrachione
Cognition 192, 103982, 2019
202019
Noninvasive neurostimulation of left temporal lobe disrupts rapid talker adaptation in speech processing
JY Choi, TK Perrachione
Brain and Language 196, 104655, 2019
112019
Distinct mechanisms for talker adaptation operate in parallel on different timescales
JY Choi, RSN Kou, TK Perrachione
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 29 (2), 627-634, 2022
22022
Parametrically varying speech adapter length suggests two mechanisms for talker adaptation
JY Choi, RS Kou, TK Perrachione
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (4), 2505-2505, 2020
12020
Noninvasive brain stimulation to facilitate foreign language speech-sound learning in low-aptitude learners
TK Perrachione, SC Dougherty, JY Choi, ER Hu
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 (4), 3342-3342, 2016
12016
Extrinsic talker normalization via rapid accumulation of talker-specific phonetic detail
T Perrachione, JY Choi
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (4), 2019-2019, 2016
12016
The cognitive and neural bases of processing talker variability in speech preception
JY Choi
2022
Processing mixed talkers in noise suggests two mechanisms for perceptual adaption to speech
M Saupe, V Best, SJ Lim, JY Choi, TK Perrachione
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (4), 2654-2654, 2020
2020
Time and information in perceptual adaptation to speech
T Perrachione, JY Choi
2018
Orthogonal interference of indexical information occurs even when phonetic contrasts are unambiguous across talkers
JY Choi, ER Hu, TK Perrachione
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (4), 2018-2018, 2016
2016
RAPID ADAPTATION TO TALKER-SPECIFIC PHONETIC DETAIL IS DISRUPTED BY NONINVASIVE BRAIN STIMULATION
JY Choi, TK Perrachione
Varying acoustic-phonemic ambiguity reveals that talker normalization is
JY Choi, ER Hu, TK Perrachione
Journal of Memory and Language 68, 255-278, 0
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