Publications

      • Dufour, S., Chuang, Y. Y., Nguyen, N. (2019): The processing of dialectal variants: Further insight from French. Applied Psycholinguistics, 40, 351-372.

      • Dufour, S. & Meynadier, Y. (2019): Temporary ambiguity in whispered word recognition: A semantic priming study. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 31, 157-174.

      • Michelas, A., Esteve-Gibert, N., Dufour, S. (2018): On French listeners’ ability to use stress during spoken word processing. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 30, 198-206.
      • Blache, P., Rauzy, S., Bolger, D., Pattamadilok, C., Dufour, S. (2018). A Dataset for Studying Idiom Processing with EEG. In B. Devereux, E. Shutova, C.-R. Huang (Eds), Linguistic and Neuro-Cognitive Resources (LiNCR), (pp.18-22), LREC 2018 Workshop, May 2018, Miyazaki, Japan.

      • Dufour, S., Bolger, D., Massol, S., Holcomb, P. J. & Grainger, J. (2017): On the locus of talker-specificity effects in spoken word recognition: An ERP study with dichotic priming. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 10, 1273-1289.

      • Dufour, S., Nguyen, N. (2017): Does talker-specific information influence lexical competition? Evidence from phonological priming. Cognitive Science, 41, 2221-2233.
      • Alario, F. X., Dufour, S. & Pattamadilok, C. (2016). Codage lexico-sémantique : comment les mots font sens ?   In S. Pinto and M. Sato (Eds),   traité de neurolinguistique,  (pp 197-205). De Boeck-Solal.   


      • Dufour, S. & Frauenfelder, U. H. (2016): Inhibitory phonetic priming: Where does the effect come from? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69, 180-196.
      • Dufour, S., Nguyen, N., Pattamadilok, C.  & Frauenfelder, U.H. (2016). Does orthographic training on a phonemic contrast absent in the listener’s dialect influence word recognition? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America,140, 1871-1877.

      • Michelas, A., Frauenfelder, U.H., Schön, D. & Dufour, S. (2016). How deaf are French speakers to stress ? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 139, 1333-1342.
      • Ghio, A., Dufour, S., Wengler, A., Pouchoulin, G., Révis, J. & Giovanni, A. (2015):  Perceptual Evaluation of Dysphonic Voices: Can a Training Protocol Lead to the Development of Perceptual Categories? Journal of Voice, 29, 304-311.  
      • Dufour, S., Kriegel, S., Alleesaib, M. & Nguyen, N. (2014): The perception of the French /s/-/ʃ/ contrast in early Creole-French bilinguals. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 1200.

      • Dufour, S. & Nguyen, N. (2014): Access to talker-specific representations is dependent on word frequency. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 26,256-262.       
      • Ghio, A., Dufour, S., Pouchoulin, G., Révis, J., Robert, D. Giovanni, A. (2014): Contributions expérimentales à l’élaboration d’un protocole robuste d’évaluation perceptive des troubles de la voix et de la parole. In R. Sock, B. Vaxelaire,  C. Fauth (Eds.), La voix et la parole perturbées (pp 85-101). Collection Recherches en PArole, CIPA, Mons.  
      • Alario, F.X., Dufour, S. & Pattamadilok, C. (2014): Psychologie cognitive du langage. La Lettre des Neurosciences, 46, 8-10.                       .                      
      • Dufour, S. & Nguyen, N. (2013): How much imitation is there in a shadowing task? Frontiers in Psychology, 4: 346
      • Dufour, S., Brunellière, A. & Frauenfelder, U.H. (2013): Tracking the time course of word frequency effects in auditory word recognition with event-related potentials. Cognitive Science, 34, 489-507.
      • Dufour, S., Brunellière, A. & Nguyen, N. (2013). To what extent do we hear phonemic contrasts in a non-native regional variety? Tracking the dynamics of perceptual processing with EEG. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 42,161-173.
      • Brunellière, A. & Dufour, S. (2013): Electrophysiological evidence for benefits of imitation during the processing of spoken words embedded in sentential contexts. In Proceedings of Interspeech, pp 1345-1349.
      • Nguyen, N., Dufour, S. & Brunellière, A. (2012): Does imitation facilitate word recognition in a non-native regional accent? Frontiers in Psychology, 3: 480.
      • Dufour, S. & Peereman, R. (2012): Rime priming effect in auditory word recognition: Does orthographic overlap increase the facilitation? In N. Hsu & Z. Schütt (Eds), psychology of priming (pp 155-168), New York: Nova Science Publishers.
      • Brunellière, A., Dufour, S. & Nguyen, N. (2011). Regional differences in the listener's phonemic inventory affect semantic processing: A mismatch negativity (MMN) study. Brain and Language, 117, 45-51.
      • Ghio, A., Dufour, S., Rouaze, M., Bokanowski, V., Pouchoulin, G., Révis, J. & Giovanni, A. (2011). Mise au point et évaluation d’un protocole d’apprentissage de jugement perceptif de la sévérité de dysphonies sur de la parole naturelle.  Revue de Laryngologie, Otologie, Rhinologie, 132, 19-27.
      • Dufour, S., Nguyen, N. & Frauenfelder, U.H. (2010). Does training on a phonemic contrast absent in the listener’s dialect influence word recognition? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 128, EL43-EL48.
      • Dufour, S. & Frauenfelder, U. H. (2010): Phonological neighbourhood effects in French spoken word recognition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 226-238.
      • Dufour, S. & Peereman, R. (2009): Competition effects in phonological priming: The role of mismatch position between primes and targets. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 38, 475-490.
      • Brunellière, A., Dufour, S., Nguyen, N. & Frauenfelder, U.H. (2009): Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence for the impact of regional variation on phoneme perception. Cognition, 111, 390-396.
      • Peereman, R., Dufour, S. & Burt, J. S. (2009): Orthographic Influences in Spoken-Word Recognition: The consistency effect in Semantic and Gender-Categorization Tasks. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 16, 363-368.
      • Dufour, S. (2008). Phonological priming in auditory word recognition: When both controlled and automatic processes are responsible for the effects. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, 33-41.
      • Dufour, S., Nguyen, N. (2008). L’influence de la langue maternelle dans la perception de la parole. Travaux Interdisciplinaires sur la Parole et le Langage, 27, 39-49.
      • Dufour, S., Frauenfelder, U. H. & Peereman, R. (2007). Inhibitory priming in auditory word recognition: Is it really the product of response biases? Current Psychology Letters, Behaviour, Brain & Cognition, 22, Vol.2.
      • Dufour, S., Nguyen, N. & U.H. Frauenfelder (2007). The perception of phonemic contrasts in a non-native dialect. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 121, EL 131- EL136.
      • Dufour, S. & Frauenfelder, U. H. (2007). L’activation et la sélection lexicales lors de la reconnaissance des mots parlés: modèles théoriques et données expérimentales. L’Année Psychologique, 107, 87-112.
      • Bagou, O., Dufour, S., Fougeron, C., Content, A. & Frauenfelder, U.H. (2007): Do different boundary types induce subtle acoustic cues to which French listeners are sensitive? In Proceedings of Interspeech, pp 394-397.
      • Dufour, S. & Peereman, R. (2004). Phonological priming in auditory word recognition: Initial overlap facilitation modulates as a function of target word frequency. Current Psychology Letters, Behaviour, Brain & Cognition, 14, Vol. 3.
      • Dufour, S. & Peereman, R. (2003). Inhibitory priming effects in auditory word recognition: When the target’s competitors conflict with the prime word. Cognition, 88, B33-B44.
      • Dufour, S. & Peereman, R. (2003). Lexical Competition in phonological priming: Assessing the role of phonological match and mismatch lengths between primes and targets. Memory and Cognition, 31, 1271-1283.
      • Peereman, R. & Dufour, S. (2003). Un Correctif aux Notations Phonétiques de la Base de Données Lexique. L’Année Psychologique, 103, 103-108.
      • Dufour, S., Peereman, R., Pallier, C. & Radeau, M. (2002). Vocolex: une base de données lexicales sur les similarités phonologiques entre les mots français. L’Année Psychologique, 102, 725-746.