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Selected Publications Since 1996

Amichetti, N.M., Stanley, R.S., White, A.G., & Wingfield, A. (2013). Monitoring the capacity of working memory: Executive control and effects of listening effort. Memory and Cognition.

Lash, A., Rogers, C.S., Zoller, A., & Wingfield, A. (2013). Expectation and entropy in spoken word recognition: Effects of age and hearing acuity. Experimental Aging Research, 39, 235-253.

Brownell, H., Hoyte, K., Piquado, T., & Wingfield, A.  (2012). Analytic methods for single subject and small sample aphasia research: Some illustrations and practical discussion.  In M. Faust (Ed.), Handbook of the Neuropsychology of Language.  Vol. 2: Language processing in the brain: Special populations (pp. 595- 618). Blackwell-Wiley.

Benichov, J., Cox, L.C., Tun, P.A., & Wingfield, A. (2012). Word recognition within a linguistic context: Effects of age, hearing acuity, verbal ability and cognitive function.  Ear and Hearing, 33, 250-256.  PubMedCentral: In progress (NIHMS320884).

Wingfield, A., & Peelle, J.E. (2012). How does hearing loss affect the brain? Aging Health, 8, 107-109.

Stanley, R., Tun, P.A., Brownell, H., & Wingfield, A.  (2012). Hidden costs of effortful listening on speech comprehension. In T.P. Long & L.R. Eifert (Eds.), Speech processing and auditory processing disorders: Causes, diagnosis and treatment.  Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Humes, L.E., Dubno, J.R.,  Gordon-Salant, S., Lister, J.J., Cacace, A.T., Cruickshanks, K.J., Gates, G.A., Wilson,. R.H., & Wingfield, A.  (2012).  Central presbycusis: A review and evaluation of the evidence.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 23, 635-666.

Piquado, T., Benichov, J.I., Brownell, H., & Wingfied, A.  (2012). The hidden effect of hearing acuity on speech recall, and compensatory effects of self-paced listening.  International Journal of Audiology, 51, 576-583.

Peelle, J.E., Troiani, V., Grossman, M., & Wingfield, A. (2011).  Hearing loss in older adults affects neural systems supporting speech comprehension.  Journal of Neuroscience, 31, 12638-12643.

Piquado, T., Isaacowitz, D., & Wingfield, A.  (2010). Pupillometry as a measure of cognitive effort in younger and older adults.  Psychophysiology, 47, 560-569.  PMCID: PMC2867103

Miller, P. & Wingfield, A. (2010). Distinct effects of perceptual quality on auditory word recognition, memory formation and recall in a neural model of sequential memory. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 4:14. doi:10.3389/fnsys.2010.00014 PMCID: PMC2901090

Piquado, T., Cousins, K.A.Q., Wingfield, A., & Miller, P. (2010). Effects of degraded sensory input on memory for speech: Behavioral data and a test of biologically constrained computational models.  Brain Research, 1365, 48-65.

Tun, P.A., Benichov, J., & Wingfield, A. (2010). Response latencies in auditory sentence comprehension: Effects of linguistic versus perceptual challenge. Psychology and Aging, 25(3), 730—735.

Tun, P.A., McCoy, S., & Wingfield, A. (2009). Aging, hearing acuity, and the attentional costs of effortful listening. Psychology and Aging, 24(3), 761—766.

Stewart, R., & Wingfield, A. (2009). Hearing loss and cognitive effort in older adults' report accuracy for verbal materials. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 20(2), 147—154.

Wingfield, A. (2009). Components of speech prosody and their use in detection of syntactic structure by older adults. Experimental Aging Research, 35(1) 129—151.

Cox, L.C., McCoy, S.L., Tun, P.A., & Wingfield, A. (2008). Monotic auditory processing disorder tests in the older population. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 19, 293—308.

Golomb, J., Peelle, J.E., Addis, K.M., Kahana, M.J., & Wingfield, A. (2008). Effects of adult aging on utilization of temporal and semantic associations during free and serial recall. Memory and Cognition, 36, 947—956.

Stewart, R., Yetton, E., & Wingfield, A. (2008). Perception of alternated speech operates similarly in young and older adults with age-normal hearing. Perception & Psychophysics, 70, 337—345.

Golomb, J.D., Peelle, J.E., & Wingfield, A. (2007). Effects of stimulus variability and adult aging on adaptation to time-compressed speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 121, 1701—1708.

Golomb, J.D., Peelle, J.E., & Wingfield, A. (2007). Effects of stimulus variability and adult aging on adaptation to time-compressed speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 121, 1701—1708.

Reilly, J., Troiani, V., Grossman, M., & Wingfield, A. (2007). An introduction to hearing loss and screening procedures for behavioral research. Behavior Research Methods, 39, 667—672.

Wingfield, A., & Tun, P.A. (2007). Cognitive supports and cognitive constraints on comprehension of spoken language. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 18, 567—577.

Wingfield, A., Panizzon, M., Grant, M.D., Toomey, R., Kremen, W., Franz, C.E., Jacobson, K.C., Eisen, S.A., & Lyons, M. (2007). A twin-study of genetic contributions to hearing acuity in late middle-age. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 62A, 1294—1299.

Wingfield, A. Speech perception in the comprehension of spoken language: The effects of cognitive and sensory change in adult aging. In D. Park and N. Schwarz (Eds.), Cognitive Aging: A Primer (2nd Ed.). Philadelphia: Psychology Press. 

Wingfield, A., & Grossman, M. (2006). Language and the aging brain: Patterns of neural compensation revealed by functional brain imaging. Journal of Neurophysiology, 96(6). 2830-2839.

Fallon, M., Peelle, J.E., & Wingfield, A. (2006). Spoken sentence processing in young and older adults modulated by task demands: Evidence from self-paced listening. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 61, P10–P17.

Wingfield, A., Brownell, H., & Hoyte, K. (2006). Variable solutions to the same problem: Aberrant practice effects in object naming by aphasic patients. Brain and Language, 97, 351—356.

Wingfield, A., McCoy, S.L., Peelle, J.E., Tun, P.A., & Cox, L.C. (2006). Effects of adult aging and hearing loss on comprehension of rapid speech varying in syntactic complexity. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 17, 487–497.

Wingfield, A., Tun, P.A., McCoy, S.L., Stewart, R.A., & Cox, L.C. (2006). Sensory and cognitive constraints in comprehension of spoken language in adult aging. Seminars in Hearing, 27, 351–356.

Peelle, J.E., & Wingfield, A. (2005). Dissociations in perceptual learning revealed by adult age differences in adaptation to time-compressed speech. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 31, 1315–1330.

Wingfield, A., Tun, P.A., O'Kane, G., & Peelle, J.E. (2005). Language comprehension in complex environments: Distraction by competing speech in younger and older adult listeners. In S.P. Shohov (Ed.) Advances in Psychology Research, Vol. 33 (pp 3-38). Hauppage, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Peelle, J.E., Wingfield, A., McMillan, C., Moore, P., & Grossman, M. (2004). Dissociable patterns of brain activity during comprehension of rapid and syntactically complex speech: Evidence from fMRI. Brain and Language, 91, 315–325.

Wingfield, A., Peelle, J.E., & Grossman, M. (2003). Speech rate and syntactic complexity as multiplicative factors in speech comprehension by young and older adults. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 10, 310–322.

Little, D.M., Prentice, K.J., & Wingfield, A. (2002). Goodness of Fit Ratings for 1476 English Words and 123 Sentence Frames. http://www.bio.brandeis.edu/memlab/norms.

Tun, P.A., O'Kane, G., & Wingfield, A. (2002). Distraction by competing speech in younger and older listeners. Psychology and Aging, 17, 453–467.

Kahana MJ, Wingfield A (2000) A functional relation between learning and organization in free recall. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 7, 516–21.

Titone, D., Prentice, K.J., & Wingfield, A. (2000). Resource allocation during spoken discourse processing: Effects of age and passage difficulty as revealed by self-paced listening. Memory and Cognition, 28, 1029–1040.

Tun, P.A., & Wingfield, A. (1999). One voice too many: adult age differences in language processing with different types of distracting sounds. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 54B, 317–327.

Lindfield, K.C., & Wingfield, A. (1999). An experimental and computational analysis of age differences in the recognition of fragmented pictures: Inhibitory connections versus speed of processing. Experimental Aging Research, 25, 223–242.

Kjelgaard, M.K., Titone, D.A., & Wingfield, A. (1999). The influence of prosodic structure on the interpretation of temporary syntactic by young and elderly listeners. Experimental Aging Research, 25, 187–207.

Wingfield, A., & Ducharme, J.L. (1999). Effects of age and passage difficulty on listening-rate preferences for time-altered speech. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 54B, 199–202.

Tun, P.A. (1998). Fast noisy speech: Age differences in processing rapid speech with background noise. Psychology and Aging, 13, 424–434.

Tun, P.A., Wingfield, A., Rosen, M.J., & Blanchard, L.S. (1998). Response latencies for false memories: Association, discrimination, and normal aging. Psychology and Aging, 13(2), 230–241.

Wingfield, A., Tun, P.A., Koh, C.K., & Rosen, M.J. (1998). Regaining lost time: Adult aging and the effect of time restoration on recall of time-compressed speech. Psychology and Aging, 14, 380–389.

Wingfield, A., Goodglass, H., & Lindfield, K.C. (1997). Word recognition from acoustic onsets and acoustic offsets: Effects of cohort size and syllabic stress. Applied Psycholinguistics. (pp. 85–100). Cambridge University Press.

Wingfield, A., Goodglass, H., & Lindfield, K.C. (1997). Separating speed from automaticity in a patient with focal brain atrophy. Psychological Science, 8, 247–249.

Goodglass, H., & Wingfield, A. (1997). Word-finding deficits in aphasia: Brain-behavior relations and clinical symptomatology. In H. Goodglass & A. Wingfield (Eds.), Anomia: Neuroanatomical and cognitive correlates. San Diego: Academic Press.

Goodglass, H., Wingfield, A., & Ward, S.E. (1997). Judgements of concept similarity by normal and aphasic subjects: Relation to naming and comprehension. Brain and Language. (pp. 138–158). Academic Press.

Tun, P.A., & Wingfield, A. (1997). Language and communication: Fundamentals of speech communication and language processing in old age. In A.D. Fisk & W.A. Rogers (Eds.), Handbook of human factors and the older adult (pp. 125–149). San Diego: Academic Press.

Tun, C.G., Tun, P.A., & Wingfield, A. (1997). Cognitive function following long-term spinal cord injury. Rehabilitation Psychology, 42(3), 163-182.

Tun, P.A., Wingfield, A., & Lindfield, K.C. (1997). On the importance of a motor-speed baseline for the digit-symbol substitution test. Clinical Gerontologist, 18, 47-51.

Wingfield, A. (1996). Cognitive factors in auditory performance: Context, speed of processing and constraints of memory. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 7,175-182.