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Linda Polka
Linda Polka
Professor & Graduate Program Director, McGill Univeristy School of Communication Sciences
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Developmental changes in perception of nonnative vowel contrasts.
L Polka, JF Werker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 20 (2), 421, 1994
9941994
Cross-language speech perception in adults: Phonemic, phonetic, and acoustic contributions
L Polka
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 89 (6), 2961-2977, 1991
2731991
A cross‐language comparison of vowel perception in English‐learning and German‐learning infants
L Polka, OS Bohn
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 100 (1), 577-592, 1996
2601996
Asymmetries in vowel perception
L Polka, OS Bohn
Speech communication 41 (1), 221-231, 2003
2592003
A cross-language comparison of perception: Evidence for a new developmental pattern
L Polka, C Colantonio, M Sundara
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109 (5), 2190-2201, 2001
2422001
The developmental course of lexical tone perception in the first year of life
K Mattock, M Molnar, L Polka, D Burnham
Cognition 106 (3), 1367-1381, 2008
2412008
Linguistic influences in adult perception of non‐native vowel contrasts
L Polka
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 97 (2), 1286-1296, 1995
1941995
Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development
L Polka, OS Bohn
Journal of Phonetics 39 (4), 467-478, 2011
1842011
Language-experience facilitates discrimination of/d-/in monolingual and bilingual acquisition of English
M Sundara, L Polka, F Genesee
Cognition 100 (2), 369-388, 2006
1822006
Development of coronal stop perception: Bilingual infants keep pace with their monolingual peers
M Sundara, L Polka, M Molnar
Cognition 108 (1), 232-242, 2008
1732008
Characterizing the influence of native language experience on adult speech perception
L Polka
Perception & psychophysics 52 (1), 37-52, 1992
1691992
Production of coronal stops by simultaneous bilingual adults
M Sundara, L Polka, S Baum
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 9 (1), 97-114, 2006
1542006
The first steps in word learning are easier when the shoes fit: Comparing monolingual and bilingual infants
K Mattock, L Polka, S Rvachew, M Krehm
Developmental science 13 (1), 229-243, 2010
1492010
Standard and multifrequency tympanometry in normal and otosclerotic ears
N Shahnaz, L Polka
Ear and hearing 18 (4), 326-341, 1997
1411997
Developmental changes in speech perception: New challenges and new directions
JF Werker, L Polka
Journal of Phonetics 21 (1-2), 83-101, 1993
1391993
Energy reflectance and tympanometry in normal and otosclerotic ears
N Shahnaz, K Bork, L Polka, N Longridge, D Bell, BD Westerberg
Ear and hearing 30 (2), 219-233, 2009
1332009
The conditioned head turn procedure as a method for testing infant speech perception
JF Werker, L Polka, JE Pegg
Infant and Child Development 6 (3‐4), 171-178, 1997
1291997
A developmental study of audiovisual speech perception using the McGurk paradigm
NS Hockley, L Polka
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 96 (5), 3309-3309, 1994
891994
Word segmentation in monolingual infants acquiring Canadian English and Canadian French: Native language, cross‐dialect, and cross‐language comparisons
L Polka, M Sundara
Infancy 17 (2), 198-232, 2012
782012
Discrimination of coronal stops by bilingual adults: The timing and nature of language interaction
M Sundara, L Polka
Cognition 106 (1), 234-258, 2008
772008
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