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Cutler, A., A. El Aissati, A. Hanulikova and J. M. McQueen: Effects on speech parsing of vowelless words in the phonology. In: Abstracts of Laboratory Phonology 12 (2010) 115-116.
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Cutler, A., F. Eisner, J. M. McQueen and D. Norris: How abstract phonemic categories are necessary for coping with speaker-related variation. In: Laboratory phonology 10. (Eds.) Fougeron, Cécile; Kühnert, Barbara; D'Imperio, Mariapaola; Vallée, Nathalie. De Gruyter, Berlin (2010) 91-111.
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Andics, A., J. M. McQueen, K. M. Petersson, V. Gál, G. Rudas and Z. Vidnyánszky: Neural mechanisms for voice recognition. In: NeuroImage 52, 1528-1540 (2010).
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Hanulikova, A., J. M. McQueen and H. Mitterer: Possible words and fixed stress in the segmentation of Slovak speech. In: Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63, 555-579 (2010).
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Orfanidou, E., R. Adam, G. Morgan and J. M. McQueen: Recognition of signed and spoken language: Different sensory inputs, the same segmentation procedure. In: Journal of Memory and Language 62, 3, 272-283 (2010).
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Sjerps, M. J. and J. M. McQueen: The bounds on flexibility in speech perception. In: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36, 195-211 (2010).
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