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Jiyeon Lee
Jiyeon Lee
Assistant Professor, Purdue University, Faculty Associate for Center for Aging and Life Course
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Learning a novel phonological contrast depends on interactions between individual differences and training paradigm design
TK Perrachione, J Lee, LYY Ha, PCM Wong
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (1), 461-472, 2011
2992011
Time reference in agrammatic aphasia: A cross-linguistic study
R Bastiaanse, E Bamyaci, CJ Hsu, J Lee, TY Duman, CK Thompson
Journal of Neurolinguistics 24 (6), 652-673, 2011
1262011
Real-time production of unergative and unaccusative sentences in normal and agrammatic speakers: An eyetracking study
J Lee, CK Thompson
Aphasiology 25 (6-7), 813-825, 2011
912011
Syntactic and morphosyntactic processing in stroke-induced and primary progressive aphasia
CK Thompson, A Meltzer-Asscher, S Cho, J Lee, C Wieneke, S Weintraub, ...
Behavioural neurology 26 (1-2), 35-54, 2013
852013
Real-time production of arguments and adjuncts in normal and agrammatic speakers
J Lee, CK Thompson
Language and cognitive processes 26 (8), 985-1021, 2011
462011
Functional category production in English agrammatism
J Lee, LH Milman, CK Thompson
Aphasiology 22 (7-8), 893-905, 2008
452008
Models of Sentence Production
JL Cynthia K. Thompson, Yasmeen Faroqi-Shah
The Handbook of Adult Language Disorders 2, 328-354, 2015
40*2015
Grammatical planning units during real-time sentence production in speakers with agrammatic aphasia and healthy speakers
J Lee, M Yoshida, CK Thompson
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (4), 1182-1194, 2015
362015
Differential effects of stimulus variability and learners’ pre-existing pitch perception ability in lexical tone learning by native English speakers
J Lee, TK Perrachione, TM Dees, PCM Wong
Proceedings of the 16th international congress of phonetic sciences, 1589-1592, 2007
242007
Verb argument structure encoding during sentence production in agrammatic aphasic speakers: An eye-tracking study
CK Thompson, MW Dickey, S Cho, J Lee, Z Griffin
Brain and Language 103 (1-2), 24-26, 2007
202007
Language recovery in aphasia following implicit structural priming training: a case study
J Lee, G Man
Aphasiology 31 (12), 1441-1458, 2017
192017
Phonological facilitation effects on naming latencies and viewing times during noun and verb naming in agrammatic and anomic aphasia
J Lee, CK Thompson
Aphasiology 29 (10), 1164-1188, 2015
192015
L1 transfer in L2 variation: the case of ‘disappearing/w/’in the English of Korean learners
J Lee
University of Wisconsin Linguistics Students Organization Working Papers in …, 2004
152004
Language planning and pauses in story retell: evidence from aging and Parkinson’s disease
J Lee, J Huber, J Jenkins, J Fredrick
Journal of Communication Disorders, 2019
142019
Time Course of Lexicalization During Sentence Production in Parkinson's Disease: Eye-Tracking While Speaking
J Lee
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 60 (4), 924-936, 2017
122017
Functional categories in agrammatic speech
J Lee, CK Thompson
LSO Working Papers in Linguistics 5, 107, 2005
112005
Filled pauses as a special case of automatic speech behaviors and the effect of Parkinson’s Disease
J Alvar, Ann, Lee, Jiyeon, Huber
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 28 (2S), 835-843, 2019
102019
Effects of verb overlap on structural priming in dialogue: implications for syntactic learning in aphasia
G Man, S Meehan, N Martin, H Branigan, J Lee
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 62 (6), 1933-1950, 2019
102019
Sentence production in Parkinson’s disease
J Dick, J Fredrick, G Man, JE Huber, J Lee
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 32 (9), 804-822, 2018
92018
The island (in) sensitivity of sluicing and sprouting
M Yoshida, J Lee, MW Dickey
Experimental Syntax and Island Effects, 360-376, 2014
72014
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