Publications

Books

Irwin, J.R. and Moore, D.L. (2014) Preparing children for reading success: Hands-on activities for caregivers, educators, and librarians. Rowman and Littlefield Press: Lanham, MD.

Articles

Irwin, J.R. & Brancazio, L. (2014). Seeing to hear? Patterns of gaze to speaking faces in children with autism spectrum disorders. Frontiers in Psycholology, 5, 397. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00397.

Irwin, J.R., Preston, J.L., Brancazio, L., D’Angelo, M. & Tucios, J. (2014) Development of an audiovisual speech app for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. doi:10.3109/02699206.2014.966395.

Brancazio, L. (under revision) Mouse trajectories reveal the time-course of coarticulation and audiovisual effects in speech perception.

Irwin, J.R., Moore, D.L., Tornatore, L.A., & Fowler, A.E. (2012). Expanding on early literacy: Promoting emerging language and literacy during storytime. Children & Libraries: The Journal of the Association for Library Service to Children, 10, 20-23.

Katz, L., Brancazio, L., Irwin, J., Katz, S., Magnuson, J., & Whalen, D. (2012). What lexical decision and naming tell us about reading. Reading and Writing, 25, 1259-1282.

Irwin, J.R., Tornatore, L., Brancazio, L. & Whalen, D.H. (2011). Can children with autism spectrum disorders “hear” a speaking face? Child Development, 82, 1397–1403.

Pugh, K.R., Frost, S.J, Sandak, R., Landi, N., Moore, D., Della Porta, G., Rueckl, J., Mencl, & W.E. (2010). Mapping the word reading circuitry in skilled and disabled readers. In P.L. Cornellisen, P.C. Hansen, M.L. Kringelbach, & K.R. Pugh (Eds.) The Neural Basis of Reading. New York: Oxford University Press.

Frost, S.J., Sandak, R., Mencl, W.E., Landi, N., Moore, D.L., Della Porta, G., Rueckl, J.G., Katz, L., & Pugh, K.R. (2007). Neurobiological and behavioral studies of skilled and impaired word reading. In E. Grigorenko & A. Naples, (Eds.). Single-Word Reading: Biological and Behavioral Perspectives. Mahwah: Erlbaum.

Brancazio, L., Best, C. T., and Fowler, C. A. (2006). Visual influences on perception of speech and nonspeech vocal-tract events. Language and Speech, 49, 21-53.

Pugh, K.R., Sandak, R., Frost, S.J., Moore, D.L., & Mencl, W.E. (2006). Examining reading development and reading disability in diverse languages and cultures: Potential contributions from functional neuroimaging. Journal of American Indian Education, 45, 60-76.

Pugh, K.R., Sandak, R., Frost, S.J., Moore, D.L., & Mencl, W.E. (2006). Neurobiological investigations of skilled and impaired reading. In D.K. Dickinson & S.B. Neuman (Eds.). Handbook of Early Literacy Research. New York: Guilford.

Pugh, K. R., Sandak, R., Frost, S. J., Moore, D.L., Rueckl, J. G., & Mencl, W. E. (2006). Neurobiological studies of skilled and impaired reading: A work in progress. In G. D. Rosen (Ed.). The Dyslexic Brain: New Pathways in Neuroscience Discovery. New Jersey: Erlbaum.

Pugh, K. R., Frost, S. J., Sandak, R., Gillis, M., Moore, D.L., Jenner, A. R., & Mencl, W. E. (2006). What does reading have to tell us about writing: Preliminary questions and methodological challenges in examining the neurobiological foundations of writing and writing disabilities. In C. MacArthur, S. Graham, & J. Fitzgerald (Eds.). Handbook of Writing Research. New York: Guilford.

Brancazio, L., & Miller, J. L. (2005). Use of visual information in speech perception: Evidence for a visual rate effect in McGurk and non-McGurk responses. Perception& Psychophysics, 67, 759-769.

Pugh, K. P., Sandak, R., Frost, S. J., Moore, D.L., & Mencl, W. E. (2005). Examining reading development and reading disability in English Language Learners: Potential contributions from functional neuroimaging. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 20, 24-30.

Frost, S.J., Mencl, W.E., Sandak, R., Moore, D.L., Rueckl, J.G., Katz, L., Fulbright, R., & Pugh, K.R. (2005). A functional magnetic resonance imaging study of the tradeoff between semantics and phonology in reading aloud. Neuroreport, 16, 621-624.

Brancazio, L. (2004). Lexical influences in audiovisual speech perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 30, 445-463.

Sandak, R., Mencl, W.E., Frost, S.J., Rueckl, J.G., Katz, L, Moore, D.L., Mason, S.A., Fulbright, R., Constable, R.T., & Pugh, K.R. (2004). The neurobiology of adaptive learning in reading: A contrast of different training conditions. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 4, 67-88.

Brancazio, L., Miller, J. L., & Paré, M. A. (2003). Visual influences on the internal structure of phonetic categories. Perception & Psychophysics, 65, 591-601.

Fowler, C. A. and Brancazio, L. (2000). Coarticulation resistance of American English consonants and its effects on trans-consonantal vowel-to-vowel coarticulation. Language and Speech, 43, 1-41.

Sanders, B. and Moore, D.L. (1999). Childhood maltreatment and date rape. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14, 115-124.

Brancazio, L. and Fowler, C. A. (1998). On the relevance of locus equations for production and perception of stop consonants. Perception & Psychophysics, 60, 24-50.

 

Recent Presentations

Brancazio, L. & Moore, D.L., Tyska, K.L.; Cosgrove, D.R.; Burke, S.M.; Demartino, K.E. & Irwin, J. (2015). McGurk-like effects of subtle audiovisual mismatch in speech perception. Poster presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, May, New York, New York.

Moore, D.L. & Brancazio, L. (2015).Print decoding skills of college students predict academic success. Poster presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, May, New York, New York.

Tyska, K., Palmieri, M., and Peck, C.A. (2015). Relationships among audiovisual speech perception, lipreading, and working memory. Presented at CSU Psychology Day, Danbury, CT, May 1, 2015.

Brancazio, L. (2014). Measuring visual contributions in phonetic categorization. Invited talk for Determinants of Speech Perception: A Session in Honor of Joanne L. Miller, Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Providence, RI, May 6, 2014.

Cicero Durwin, C., & Moore, D. (2014, April). Investigating an in-school word-families flashcard intervention to facilitate word recognition in kindergarteners. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Irwin, J.R., & Brancazio, L. (2013). Audiovisual speech perception in children with autism spectrum disorders and typical controls. Conference on Audiovisual Speech Processing (AVSP2013), Annecy, France, August 30, 2013.

Sorcinelli, A., Irwin, J.R., Brancazio, L., Gumkowski, N., Preston, J. & Landi, N. (2013).  Diminished audiovisual speech perception integration for children with autism spectrum disorders. American Psychological Society annual convention, Washington, DC, May 24, 2013.

Irwin, J.R., Brancazio, L., Tornatore, L. & Ross, J. (2011). Patterns of gaze to speaking faces in children with autism spectrum disorders and typical development. Poster presented at the International Association for Child Language (IASCL) annual meeting, Montreal, July 22, 2011.

Brancazio, L. (2012). Measuring visual contributions to speech perception. Invited paper presented at Alvin and Isabelle Liberman Memorial Workshop, University of Connecticut, May 25, 2012.

Cisero Durwin, C. & Moore, D. L. (2012). Using color-coded word families flashcards to facilitate word recognition in kindergartners. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, March, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Irwin, J.R., Landi, N., Brancazio, L., Kennedy, A. & Grohman, E. (2011). An ERP investigation of auditory and audiovisual speech in children with autism spectrum disorders. Poster presented at the International Association for Child Language (IASCL) annual meeting, Montreal, July 23, 2011.

Cisero Durwin, C. & Moore, D.L. (2010). Can word-families flashcards facilitate acquisition of word recognition skills in kindergarteners? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Brancazio, L. (2009). Mouse-tracking analysis of context effects in speech perception. Poster presented at the 50th meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA, November 21, 2009.

Katz, L., Brancazio, L., Irwin, J., Katz, S., Magnuson, J., Scarborough, H., & Whalen, D. (2009). The phonological basis of reading disability. Poster presented at the 50th meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA, Nov. 21, 2009.

Moore, D.L. (2007). Relationships between childhood maltreatment and hemispheric organization in women. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, May, Washington, DC.

Hunter, B.A. & Moore, D.L. (2007). The effects of the label ‘convicted felon’ on the rehabilitation of female offenders. Poster presented at Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, March, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Brancazio, L. (2006). Mousetracking and the McGurk effect. Invited paper presented at the 1st Workshop on Dynamics and Cognition, August 10, 2006, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.

Moore, D.L., Frost, S.J., Mencl, W.E., Sandak, R., Rueckl, J.G., & Pugh, K.R. (2005). An event-related fMRI study of task comparisons for word identification in reading. Poster presented at the CSU Faculty Research Conference, October, New Britain, Connecticut.

Frost, S.J., Mencl, W.E., Sandak, R., Moore, D.L., Rueckl, J.G., & Pugh, K.R. (2004). Age-related changes in brain activation patterns for semantics and phonology: An fMRI study. Poster presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Moore, D.L., Frost, S.J., Mencl, W.E., Sandak, R., Rueckl, J.G., & Pugh, K.R. (2004). An event-related fMRI study of task comparisons for word identification in reading. Poster presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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