Zellou, G., Cohn, M., and Pycha, A. (in press). The effect of listener beliefs on perceptual learning. Language.

Zellou, G., Pycha, A., and Cohn, M. (2023). The perception of nasal coarticulatory variation in face-masked speechJournal of the Acoustical Society of America. 

Aldholmi, Y. and Pycha, A. (2023). Segmental contributions to the intelligibility of Arabic sentences. Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics. PDF.

Song, J., Pycha, A., and Culleton, T. (2022). Interactions between voice-activated AI assistants and human speakers and their implications for second-language acquisition. Frontiers in Communication. PDF

Pycha, A., Cohn, M., and Zellou, G. (2022). Face-masked speech intelligibility: The influence of speaking style, visual information, and background noise. Frontiers in Communication. PDF

Cohn, M., Pycha, A., and Zellou, G. (2021). Intelligibility of face-masked speech depends on speaking style: Comparing casual, smiled, and clear speech. Cognition.

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Pycha, A. (2021). Phonological and morphological roles modulate the perception of consonant variants. Linguistics Vanguard. PDF

Pycha, A. (2020). Differences in perception and memory for speech fragments in complex versus simple words: Two experiments. The Mental Lexicon, 15(2): 189-222. PDF

Zellou, G. and Pycha, A. (2018). The gradient influence of temporal extent of coarticulation on vowel and speaker perception. Journal of Laboratory Phonology 9(1), 12. PDF

Pycha, A. (2017). A new test for exemplar theory: Varying versus non-varying words in Spanish. Glossa. PDF

Pycha, A. (2017). False memory rates for morphologically simple versus complex words in English. The Mental Lexicon, 12 (1): 71-106. PDF

Pycha, A. (2016). False memories for varying and non-varying words in American English. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience. PDF

Pycha, A., & Dahan, D. (2016). Differences in coda voicing trigger changes in gestural timing: A test case from the American English diphthong /aɪ/. Journal of Phonetics, 56, 15-37. PDF

Pycha, A. (2016). Co-articulatory cues for communication: An investigation of five environments. Language and Speech, 59, 364-386. PDF

Pycha, A. (2015). Subjective perception of affixation: A test case from Spanish. Lingua, 159, 47-69. PDF

Pycha, A. (2015). Listeners perceive prefixes differently: Evidence from a noise-rating task. Word Structure, 8(1), 53-83. PDF

Pycha, A. (2010). A test case for the phonetics–phonology interface: gemination restrictions in Hungarian. Phonology, 27(01), 119-152. PDF

Pycha, A. (2009). Lengthened affricates as a test case for the phonetics–phonology interface. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 39(01), 1-31. PDF

Caballero, G., Houser, M. J., Marcus, N., McFarland, T., Pycha, A., Toosarvandani, M., & Nichols, J. (2008). Nonsyntactic ordering effects in noun incorporation. Linguistic Typology, 12(3), 383-421. PDF

Pycha, A., Inkelas, S., & Sprouse, R. (2007). Morphophonemics and the lexicon: A case study from Turkish. Experimental Approaches to Phonology, ed. by Maria-Josep Solé, Patrice Speeter Beddor, and Manjari Ohala, 369–85. PDF