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Joseph D Stephens

Associate Professor

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Contact
New Science Building 364
Education
B.A.Germanic Studies / Indiana University
Ph.D.Psychology / Carnegie Mellon University

Research Interests

I am interested in how the human mind combines information from more than one source. My research investigates this question mainly as it relates to speech perception, categorization, and episodic memory.

External URL

https://sites.google.com/site/jdwstephens/

Recent Publications

  • Tyler McFayden, Joseph Stephens (2020). (Cortical auditory event-related potentials and categorical perception of voice onset time in children with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder.). (184) 14, pp. 16 ). Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
  • Joseph Stephens, Amy Overman, Joseph Stephens, Amy Overman (2018). (Modeling age differences in effects of pair repetition and proactive interference using a single parameter). (1) 33, pp. 182-194 ). Psychology and Aging.
  • Stephanie Robinson, Amy Overman, Joseph Stephens, Joseph Stephens, Stephanie Robinson (2017). (Strategy abandonment effects in cued recall). (2) 14, pp. 117-123 ). American Journal of Undergraduate Research.
  • Navin Viswanathan, Joseph Stephens, Joseph Stephens, Navin Viswanathan (2016). (Compensation for visually-specified coarticulation in liquid-stop contexts.). ). Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics.
  • Amy Overman, Alison Richard, Joseph Stephens, Amy Overman, Joseph Stephens (2016). (A positive generation effect on memory for auditory context). (3) 24, pp. 944-949 ). Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
  • Joseph Stephens, Daneille Neal, Amy Overman, Joseph Stephens, Daneille Neal (2014). (Closing the empathy gap in college students' judgments of end-of-life tradeoffs). 49, pp. 313-317 ). International Journal of Psychology.
  • Amy Overman, Joseph Stephens, Joseph Stephens, Amy Overman (2013). (Synergistic effects of encoding strategy and context salience on associative memory in older adults.). 28, pp. 654-665 ). Psychology and Aging.
  • Amy Overman, Kimberly Wiseman, Meredith Allison, Joseph Stephens, Amy Overman, Joseph Stephens (2013). (Age differences and schema effects in memory for crime information.). 39, pp. 215-234 ). Experimental Aging Research.
  • Hanniebey Wiyor, Celestine Ntuen, Joseph Stephens, Steven Jiang, Zongliang Jiang, Steven Jiang, Zongliang Jiang, Hanniebey Wiyor, Joseph Stephens (2013). ( Classifying visual fatigue symptoms based on neurophysiological signals and psychophysiological ratings.). (1) 2, pp. 11-32 ). International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics.
  • Dahee Kim, Joseph Stephens, Mark Pitt, Joseph Stephens, Dahee Kim (2012). (How does context play a part in splitting words apart? Production and perception of word boundaries in casual speech.). 66, pp. 509-529 ). Journal of Memory and Language.
  • Joseph Stephens, Lori Holt, Joseph Stephens, Lori Holt (2011). (A standard set of American-English voiced stop-consonant stimuli from morphed natural speech.). 53, pp. 877-888 ). Speech Communication.
  • Joseph Stephens, Lori Holt, Joseph Stephens, Lori Holt (2010). (Learning to use an artificial visual cue in speech identification.). 128, pp. 2138-2149 ). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
  • Kelly Appino, Claire Svec, Brandon Tankard, Amy Overman, Joseph Stephens, Kelly Appino, Joseph Stephens (2010). (Odor and the effects of schema activation on recognition memory.). (2-3) 9, pp. 7-12 ). American Journal of Undergraduate Research.
  • Lori Holt, Joseph Stephens, Andrew Lotto, Joseph Stephens, Lori Holt (2005). (A critical evaluation of visually moderated phonetic context effects.). 67, pp. 1102-1112 ). Perception & Psychophysics.
  • Joseph Stephens, Lori Holt, Joseph Stephens, Lori Holt (2003). (Preceding phonetic context affects perception of nonspeech.). 114, pp. 3036-3039 ). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
  • Kenneth Malmberg, Mark Steyvers, Joseph Stephens, Richard Shiffrin, Kenneth Malmberg, Joseph Stephens (2002). (Feature frequency effects in recognition memory.). 30, pp. 607-613 ). Memory & Cognition.