Yeah! We are ready to vote! Here's hoping a vote and a celebratory dinner (in addition to lots of fascinating reading) will encourage us all to keep reading just-published work to stay informed of recent trends in "the field" :o)
Here are links to the papers (where available) from our first attempt at instituting an annual paper of the year discussion and celebration! Thank you all for participating and for choosing these papers!
1. The time course of perception of coarticulation. Beddor, McGowan, Boland, Coetzee, Brasher, 2013, JASA
No available link ... Paper is in Mendeley library. Please let me know if you need access to our library!
2. An ERP investigation of regional and foreign accent processing. Goslin, Duffy, & Floccia, 2012, Brain & Language.
3. Adaptive Resonance Theory: How a brain learns to consciously attend, learn, and recognize a changing world. S. Grossberg, 2012, Neural Networks.
4. Sociophonetic Markers Facilitate Translation Priming: Maori English GOAT – A Different Kind of Animal. Szakay, Babel, & King, 2012, UPenn Working Papers.
5. Models of spoken‐word recognition. Weber & Scharenborg, 2012, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science.
No available link ... Paper is in Mendeley library.