38 achievements

Lachs, Lorin

College of Science and Mathematics » Department of Psychology
Aguirre, V., & Lachs, L.  (2011). The lexical effects of visual similarity structure on audiovisual spoken word recognition. Presented at 32nd Annual Central California Research Symposium, Fresno, CA.
Bergeson, T., Pisoni, D., Lachs, L., & Reese, L.  (2003). Audiovisual integration of point light displays of speech by deaf adults following cochlear implantation. Presented at Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Phonetic Sciences, Adelaide, Australia.
Buchholz, S., Lachs, L., & Boudreault, P.  (2012). The effect of mothers' ASL skill level on the english literacy of their deaf child.  Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association.
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Buchholz, S., Lachs, L., & Boudreault, P.  (2011). The Effect of Mothers' ASL Skill Level on the English Literacy of their Deaf Children.  Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association. 45(1), 174-207.
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Dias, J., & Lachs, L.  (2009). Effects of acoustic structure on cross-modal speech information and audiovisual gain. Presented at 30th Annual Central California Research Symposium, Fresno, CA.
Dias, J., & Lachs, L.  (2009). The influence of visual stimulation on the acquisition of non-native phonemic contrasts. Presented at 21st Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.
Garcia, M., & Lachs, L.  (2006). Effects of lexical competition on audiovisual integration in speech perception. Presented at 20th Annual Student Research Competition, California State University Channel Islands.
Kaiser, A., Iler Kirk, K., Lachs, L., & Pisoni, D.  (2003). Talker and lexical effects on audiovisual word recognition by adults with cochlear implants.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 46(2), 390 - 404.
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Kirk, K., Pisoni, D., & Lachs, L.  (2002). Audiovisual integration of speech by children and adults with cochlear implants. Presented at International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Denver, CO.
Lachs, L.  (2013). Multimodal perception.  Noba textbook series: Psychology. Champaign, IL: DEF Publishers.
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Lachs, L., & Carlock, G.  (2013). Crossmodal recognition memory for spoken words. Presented at 93rd Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Reno, NV.
Lachs, L., & Clemings, E.  (2013). The effects of classroom acoustics on reading fluency in primary school students. Presented at 93rd Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Reno, NV.
Lachs, L., & Kaur, A.  (2013). Biophysical correlates of perceptual adaptation in virtual environments. Presented at 93rd Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Reno, NV.
Lachs, L.  (2011). Mindmapping. Presented at Teaching with Innovative Solutions in Technology to Engage and Reach Students Conference, Fresno, CA.
Lachs, L.  (2011). Using online tools to manage your many responsibilities. Presented at BLEND Technology Conference, Fresno Pacific University, Fresno, CA.
Lachs, L.  (2007). ReaderTools: A virtual red pen for commenting on, grading and returning feedback for electronically submitted papers. Presented at 2007 Regional Conference on Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Fresno, CA.
Lachs, L.  (2007). Audiovisual Speech Perception from a Cognitive Scientist's Perspective. Presented at COGSCI 101 - Seminar in Cognitive Science.
Lachs, L.  (2005). Some investigations into the nature and use of cross-modal speech information. Presented at ATR Symposium on the Cross-modal Processing of Faces and Voices, Kyoto, Japan.
Lachs, L., & Pisoni, D.  (2004). Crossmodal source information and spoken word recognition.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance. 30(2), 378 - 396.
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Lachs, L., & Pisoni, D.  (2004). Crossmodal source identification in speech perception.  Ecological Psychology. 16(3), 159 - 187.
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Lachs, L., & Pisoni, D.  (2004). Specification of crossmodal source information in isolated kinematic displays of speech.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 116(1), 507 - 518.
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Lachs, L., McMichael, K., & Pisoni, D.  (2003). Speech perception and implicit memory: Evidence for detailed episodic encoding.  Rethinking Implicit Memory. (pp.215 - 235) Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Lachs, L., Weiss, J., & Pisoni, D.  (2002). Use of partial stimulus information by cochlear implant patients and normal hearing listeners in identifying spoken words: Some preliminary analyses.  The Volta Review. 102(4), 303 - 320.
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Lachs, L., Pisoni, D., & Iler Kirk, K.  (2001). Use of audiovisual information in speech perception by prelingually deaf children with cochlear implants: A first report.  Ear & Hearing. 22(2), 236 - 251.
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Lachs, L., Pisoni, D., & Iler Kirk, K.  (2000). Individual Differences in the Effectiveness of Cochlear Implants in Prelingually Deafened Children. Presented at American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.
Lachs, L.  (1999). A voice is a face is a voice.  Research on Spoken Language Processing No. 23. Bloomington, IN: Speech Research Laboratory, Indiana University Bloomington.
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Lachs, L.  (1999). Use of partial stimulus information in spoken word recognition without auditory stimulation.  Research on Spoken Language Processing No. 23. Bloomington, IN: Speech Research Laboratory, Indiana University Bloomington.
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Lachs, L., Goh, W., & Pisoni, D.  (1999). Effects of multimodal presentation and lexical density on immediate memory span for spoken words.  Research on Spoken Language Processing No. 23. Bloomington, IN: Speech Research Laboratory, Indiana University Bloomington.
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Lachs, L., & Hernández, L.  (1998). Update: The Hoosier Audiovisual Multitalker Database.  Research on Spoken Language Processing Progress Report 22. (pp.377 -388) Bloomington, IN: Speech Research Laboratory, Indiana University.
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Lachs, L.  (1996). Static vs. dynamic faces as retrieval cues in recognition of spoken words.  Research on Spoken Language Processing Progress Report 22. (pp.141-177) Bloomington, IN: Speech Research Laboratory.
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Lachs, L., & Wingfield, A.  (1995). Recognition of spoken words in ascending vs. fixed presentations: evidence for a general inhibitory mechanism.  Journal of Undergraduate Research. Brandeis University.
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Lewis, D., & Lachs, L.  (2008). The effects of lawful multi-sensory concordance on visuo-spatial adaptation. Presented at 29th Annual Central California Research Symposium, Fresno, CA.
Okada, B., Lachs, L., & Boone, B.  (2012). Interpreting tone of voice: musical pitch relationships convey agreement in dyadic conversation.  The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 132(3), 208-14.
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Okada, B., Boone, B., & Lachs, L.  (2011). The modalities and intervallic relationships in agreeable and disagreeable dyadic conversation. Presented at 8th Annual CSU Honors Consortium, Pomona, CA.
Pisoni, D., Cleary, M., Lachs, L., & Iler Kirk, K.  (2000). Individual differences in effectiveness of cochlear implants in prelingually deaf children. Presented at American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Washington, D. C.
Sheffert, S., Lachs, L., & Hernández, L.  (1996). The Hoosier Audiovisual Multitalker Database.  Research on Spoken Language Processing No. 21. (pp.578 - 583) Bloomington, IN: Speech Research Laboratory, Indiana University.
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Walsh, M., & Lachs, L.  (2011). Cultural frame switching and cognitive performance in bilingual biculturals. Presented at National Association of School Psychology 2011 Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
Webster, K., & Lachs, L.  (2006). Not all feedback is created equally: The role of multisensory feedback in the perceptual learning of speech under a novel acoustic transformation. Presented at 151st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Providence, RI.