Publications

Balatsou, E., Fischer-Baum, S., & Oppenheim, G. M. (in press). The psychological reality of picture name agreement. Cognition*.pdf

Calabrich, S., Oppenheim, G. M., & Jones, M. W. (2021). Audiovisual learning in dyslexic and typical adults: modulating influences of location and context consistency. Frontiers in Psychology, 2021. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., & Nozari, N. (2021). Behavioral interference or facilitation does not distinguish between competitive and noncompetitive accounts of lexical selection in word production. Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society Conference, 2021. Extended abstract.*.pdf

Calabrich, S., Oppenheim, G. M., & Jones, M. W. (2021). Episodic memory cues in the acquisition of novel visual-phonological associations: a webcam-based eyetracking study. Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society Conference, 2021. Extended abstract. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., Griffin, Z. M., Peña, E. D., & Bedore, L. M. (2020). Longitudinal evidence for simultaneous bilingual language development with shifting language dominance, and how to explain it. Language Learning, 70: 20-44. *.pdf

McMillen, S., Griffin, Z. M., Peña, E. D., Bedore, L. M., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2020). Did I say cherry? Error patterns on a blocked cyclic naming task for bilingual children with and without DLD. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 63:4, 1138-1164. *.pdf

Egan, C., Oppenheim, G. M., Saville, C. W., Moll, K., & Jones, M. W. (2019). Bilinguals apply language-specific grain sizes during sentence reading. Cognition, 193. link

Oppenheim, G. M. & Balatsou, E. (2019). Lexical competition on demand. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 36:5-6, 216-219. link

Jones, M., Kuipers, J.-R., Nugent, S., Miley, A., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). Episodic traces and statistical regularities: Paired associate learning in typical and dyslexic readers. Cognition, 177, 214-225. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., Wu, Y.J., & Thierry, G. (2018). Found in translation: Late bilinguals do automatically activate their native language when they are not using it. Cognitive Science 42(5), 1700-1713. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). The paca that roared: Immediate cumulative semantic interference among newly acquired words. Cognition, 177, 21-29. *.pdf

Fink, A, Oppenheim, G. M., & Goldrick, M. (2018). Interactions between lexical access and articulation. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 33(1), 12-24. *.pdf

Irons, S., Oppenheim, G. M., & Fischer-Baum, S. (2017). Breaking the Dark Side. Front. Psychol. Conference Abstract: Academy of Aphasia 55th Annual Meeting, 2017. link

Oppenheim, G. M. (2017). A blind spot in correct naming latency analyses. Cognitive Neurospychology, 34 (1-2), 33-41. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., Tainturier, M.J., & Barr, P. (2015). Preserved cumulative semantic interference despite amnesia. Front. Psychol. Conference Abstract: Academy of Aphasia 54th Annual Meeting, 2016. link

Dell, G. S. & Oppenheim, G. M. (2015). Insights for speech production planning from errors in inner speech. In M. Redford (Ed.), Handbook of Speech Production. Wiley-Blackwell. *.pdf

Dell, G. S., Nozari, N. & Oppenheim, G. M. (2014). Lexical access: Behavioral and computational considerations. In V. Ferreira, M. Goldrick, & M. Miozzo (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language Production. Oxford University Press. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. (2013). Inner speech as a forward model? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36 (4), 369-370. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. (2012). The case for subphonemic attenuation in inner speech: comment on Corley, Brocklehurst, & Moat (2011). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 38(2), 502-512. *pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., & Dell, G. S. (2010). Motor movement matters: the flexible abstractness of inner speech. Memory & Cognition, 38 (8), 1147-1160 *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., Dell, G. S., & Schwartz, M. F. (2010). The dark side of incremental learning: A model of cumulative semantic interference during lexical access in speech production. Cognition, 114(2), 227-52. *.pdf

Dell, G. S., Oppenheim, G. M., & Kittredge, A. K. (2008). Saying the right word at the right time: Syntagmatic and paradigmatic interference in sentence production. Invited paper for Language and Cognitive Processes, 23, 583-608. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. & Dell, G. S. (2008). Inner speech slips exhibit lexical bias, but not the phonemic similarity effect. Cognition, 106, 528-537. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., Dell, G. S., & Schwartz, M. F. (2007). Cumulative semantic interference as learning. Brain and Language, 103, 175-176. Extended abstract. *.pdf

Conference presentations

Oppenheim, G. M., & Nozari, N. (2021). Representation, Not Selection, Drives Facilitation and Interference in Word Production. Talk presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 4-7, New Orleans, LA (virtual).

Oppenheim, G. M., & Nozari, N. (2021). Behavioral interference or facilitation does not distinguish between competitive and noncompetitive accounts of lexical selection in word production. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, July 26-29, Vienna, Austria (virtual).

Calabrich, S., Oppenheim, G. M., & Jones, M.W. (2021). Visual-Phonological Binding in Typical Readers and Adults with Developmental Dyslexia: An Online Webcam- Based Eye Tracking Study. Talk presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading 2021, July 13-16, (virtual).

Oppenheim, G. M. (2021). What can imagined slips of the tongue tell us about inner speech? Talk presented at Current Approaches to Inner Speech and Inner Language, July 1-2, Vienna, Austria (virtual).

Oppenheim, G. M. (2020). The birth of semantic interference. Talk presented at the UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2020, July 26-29, Birmingham, UK (virtual).

Jones, M.W., Oppenheim, G. M. & Egan, C. (2019). Bilinguals apply language-specific grain sizes during reading. Talk presented in the symposium "How bilinguals decode words: A grain size investigation" at the International Workshop on Reading and Developmental Dyslexia, October 2-4, San Sebastian, Spain.

Jones, M.W., Oppenheim, G. M. & Kuipers, J.-R. (2019). Episodic traces and statistical regularities: Paired associate learning in typical and dyslexic readers. Talk presented in the symposium "Recent advances in research on the ’looking at nothing phenomenon’" at the European Conference on Eye Movements, August 18-22, Alicante, Spain.

Oppenheim, G. M., Bedore, L. M., Peña, E. D., Hixon, J. G., & Griffin, Z. M. (2018). The development of repetition priming in picture naming for Spanish-English bilinguals. Talk presented at Conference on Multilingualism 2018, December 16-18 2018, Ghent, Belgium.

Oppenheim, G. M. & Jones, M. W. (2018). Do you speak American? Dialect entrainment in word production indicates language-like tagging. Poster presented at Conference on Multilingualism 2018, December 16-18 2018, Ghent, Belgium. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). Incremental learning in word production. Keynote presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience of Second and Artificial Language Learning, September 21-23, Bangor, UK.

Balatsou, E., Thierry, G., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). Remembering what to say: the electrophysiological effects of picture name agreement before and after corrective familiarisation. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience of Second and Artificial Language Learning, September 21-23, Bangor, UK.

Balatsou, E., Thierry, G., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). Distinguishing Competition from Task Demands: an ERP Study of Name Agreement in Timed Picture Naming. Poster presented at Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing 2018, September 6-8, Berlin, Germany.

Griffin, Z. M., Bedore, L. M., Peña, E. D., Hixon, J. G., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). Repeated object naming as a window on learning in Spanish-English bilingual children with and without language impairment. Talk presented at The 20th International Congress of Linguists, July 2-6 2018 Cape Town, South Africa.

Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). Endogenous competition in normal word production. Poster to be presented at the 10th International Workshop on Language Production, July 1-5, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Balatsou, E., Thierry, G., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). Endogenous or exogenous? Testing competition accounts of name agreement effects in picture naming with event-related potentials. Poster presented at the 10th International Workshop on Language Production, July 1-5, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Blazer, A., Balatsou, E., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2018). Persistent changes reduce error in semantic-to-lexical mappings: cumulative semantic interference in a three-session norming study. Poster presented at the 10th International Workshop on Language Production, July 1-5, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Griffin, Z. M., Bedore, L. M., Peña, E. D., Hixon, J. G., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2017). Short and long term experience in language production in Spanish-English bilingual children. Talk presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 9-12, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Irons, S., Oppenheim, G. M., & Fischer-Baum, S. (2017). Breaking the Dark Side. Poster presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, November 5-7, Baltimore, MD. abstract

Balatsou, E., Fischer-Baum, S., & Oppenheim, G. M. (2017). The psychological reality of picture name agreement. Talk presented at Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing 2017, September 7-10, Lancaster, UK.

Oppenheim, G. M. (2017). Strong competitors facilitate target name retrieval in simple picture naming. Poster presented at Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing 2017, September 7-10, Lancaster, UK. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. (2016). Scaling the Dark Side. Talk presented at the 9th International Workshop on Language Production, July, San Diego, CA.

Oppenheim, G. M.. (2016). The paca that roared: cumulative semantic interference reveals immediate semantic integration of newly acquired vocabulary. Talk presented at the International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society 2016, May 5-8, Granada, Spain.

Oppenheim, G. M., Barr, P., & Tainturier, M.J. (2016). Preserved cumulative semantic interference despite explicit memory impairment. Talk presented at the International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society 2016, May 5-8, Granada, Spain.

Oppenheim, G. M., Tainturier, M.J., & Barr, P. (2015). Preserved cumulative semantic interference despite amnesia. Poster presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, October 18-20, Tuscon, AZ. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. (2015). Competition in the expanding lexicon: production reveals immediate semantic integration of newly acquired words. Talk presented at Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing 2015, September 3-5, Valletta, Malta.

Oppenheim, G. M. (2014). Fast re-mapping in semantically driven word production: Lingering consequences show that CSI in BCN is not episodic RIF. Poster to be presented at the 8th International Workshop on Language Production, July 16-18, Geneva, Switzerland.

Fink, A, Oppenheim, G. M., & Goldrick, M. (2013). Dynamic interactions between lexical access and phonetic processes. Talk presented at Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing 2013, September 2-4, Marseille, France.

Fink, A, Oppenheim, G. M., & Goldrick, M. (2013). When is articulatory variation affected by variation in higher level cognitive processes? Poster presented at the LSA workshop, How the brain accommodates variability in linguistic representations, July 14, Ann Arbor, MI.

Oppenheim, G. M. (2012). Persistent semantic interference in picture naming: tests of an incremental learning account. Poster presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 15-18, Minneapolis, MN. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. (2012). Cumulative semantic interference without decay. Poster presented at the 7th International Workshop on Language Production, July 18-20, New York, NY. *.pdf

Dell, G. S., & Oppenheim, G. M., (2011). The light and dark sides of incremental learning in the language production system. Talk presented at the 5th International Conference on Memory, July 31-August 5, York, UK.

Oppenheim, G. M. (2010). Cumulative semantic interference persists over a one-hour delay. Poster presented at the 6th International Workshop on Language Production, September 2-4, Edinburgh, UK.

Oppenheim, G. M., & Dell, G. S. (2009). Silent articulation affects error patterns in inner speech. Poster presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 19-22, Boston , MA. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., Dell, G. S., & Schwartz, M. F. (2008). Cumulative semantic interference: the dark side of repetition priming. Poster presented at the Fifth International Workshop on Language Production, July 27-30, Annapolis, MD. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M., Dell, G. S., & Schwartz, M. F.(2007). Cumulative semantic interference as learning. Talk presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, October 20-22, Washington , D.C.

Oppenheim, G. M. & Dell, G. S. (2006). Inner-speech slips exhibit lexical bias, but not the phonemic similarity effect. Poster presented at the Third International Workshop on Language Production, August 13-15, Chicago , IL. *.pdf

Oppenheim, G. M. (2006). Inner and Overt Speech Errors: A Comparative Analysis. Poster presented at the 78th annual meeting of the Midwest Psychological Association, May 4-6, Chicago , IL.