Language Learning and Processing Lab


1. Leach, S. C. & Conwell, E. (2018). The use of acoustic information in lexical ambiguity resolution: An ERP study. NeuroReport, 29, 1379-1383.

2. Conwell, E. & Barta, K. (2018). Prosodic effects in noun/verb homophone production. Frontiers in Psychology.

3. Conwell, E. (2018). Token frequency effects in homophone production: An elicitation study. Language and Speech, 61, 466-479.

4. Conwell, E. (2017). Are homophones acoustically distinguished in child-directed speech? Language Learning and Development, 13, 262-273.

5. Conwell, E. (2017). Prosodic disambiguation of noun/verb homophones in child-directed speech. Journal of Child Language, 44, 734-751.

6. Conwell, E. (2015). Neural responses to category ambiguous words. Neuropsychologia, 69, 85-92.

7. Conwell, E. & Morgan, J.L. (2012). Is it a noun or is it a verb? Resolving the ambicategoricality problem. Language Learning and Development, 8, 87-112.

8. Soderstrom, M., Conwell, E., Feldman, N. & Morgan, J. (2009). The learner as statistician: Three principles of computational success in language acquisition. Developmental Science, 12, 409-411.

9. Soderstrom, M., White, K. S., Conwell, E. & Morgan, J. L. (2007). Receptive grammatical knowledge of familiar content words and inflection in 16-month-olds. Infancy, 12, 1-29.

10. Conwell, E. & Demuth, K. (2007). Early syntactic productivity: Evidence from dative shift. Cognition, 103,163-179.

11. Balas, B., Cox, D. & Conwell, E. (2007). The effect of real-world personal familiarity on the speed of face information processing. PLoS One, 2, e1223.

Research in the NDSU Language Learning and Processing Lab has been supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health including NIH P20 GM103505 (Mark McCourt, PI) and NIH R15 HD077519 (Erin Conwell, PI).