École Normale Supérieure
Her main research concerns Phonology, Stress, Lexical decision task, Speech perception and Prosody. Phonology is closely attributed to Lexicon in her research. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cognitive psychology, Phonetics and Psycholinguistics.
Her Lexical decision task study incorporates themes from Intonation and Neuroscience of multilingualism, Simultaneous bilingualism. The study incorporates disciplines such as Loanword, Grammar, Repetition and Phonetic form in addition to Speech perception. Her Prosody research integrates issues from Language acquisition, Phrase structure rules, Language development and Phrase.
Her primary areas of investigation include Phonology, Cognitive psychology, Speech perception, Language acquisition and Vowel. Her Phonology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Stress, Neuroscience of multilingualism, Language development, Lexicon and Phonetics. Her studies deal with areas such as Recall, Lexical decision task and Psycholinguistics as well as Stress.
As part of one scientific family, Sharon Peperkamp deals mainly with the area of Speech perception, narrowing it down to issues related to the First language, and often Voice, Phonological rule, Natural language processing, Artificial intelligence and Language proficiency. Sharon Peperkamp carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Language acquisition and Word recognition. The various areas that Sharon Peperkamp examines in her Vowel study include Context and Loanword.
Sharon Peperkamp focuses on Cognitive psychology, Word recognition, Speech perception, Language acquisition and Speech recognition. Her Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Lexicon, Early childhood, First language and Vowel. Other disciplines of study, such as Neuroscience of multilingualism, Consonant, Feature, Phonology and Phonological rule, are mixed together with her Word recognition studies.
Her Speech perception research includes elements of Salience and Second-language acquisition. Her Second-language acquisition research focuses on subjects like Contrast, which are linked to Speech production. She applies her multidisciplinary studies on Language acquisition and Phenomenon in her research.
Sharon Peperkamp mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Early childhood, Bootstrapping, Sound symbolism and Set. Much of her study explores Cognitive psychology relationship to Speech perception. Her study in Early childhood is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Language acquisition and Sound.
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A robust method to study stress "deafness".
Emmanuel Dupoux;Sharon Peperkamp;Núria Sebastián-Gallés.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2001)
Persistent stress ‘deafness’: The case of French learners of Spanish
Emmanuel Dupoux;Núria Sebastián-Gallés;Eduardo Navarrete;Sharon Peperkamp;Sharon Peperkamp.
Reinterpreting loanword adaptations: the role of perception
Sharon Peperkamp;Emmanuel Dupoux.
A typological study of stress ‘deafness’
Sharon Peperkamp;Emmanuel Dupoux.
Phonological phrase boundaries constrain lexical access II. Infant data
Anne Christophe;Sharon Peperkamp;Sharon Peperkamp;Christophe Pallier;Eliza Block.
Journal of Memory and Language (2004)
A Psycholinguistic Theory of Loanword Adaptations
Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (2004)
The acquisition of allophonic rules: Statistical learning with linguistic constraints
Sharon Peperkamp;Rozenn Le Calvez;Rozenn Le Calvez;Jean-Pierre Nadal;Emmanuel Dupoux.
On the perceptual origin of loanword adaptations: experimental evidence from Japanese
Sharon Peperkamp;Inga Vendelin;Kimihiro Nakamura.
Discovering words in the continuous speech stream: the role of prosody
Anne Christophe;Ariel Gout;Sharon Peperkamp;Sharon Peperkamp;James Morgan;James Morgan.
Journal of Phonetics (2003)
The influence of orthography on loanword adaptations
Inga Vendelin;Sharon Peperkamp.
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