LAURIE BETH FELDMAN
The University at Albany, SUNY
SS 399. Psychology Dept.
Albany, NY 12222
518 442-4842
1036 Shannon Blvd.
Niskayuna, NY 12309
email: [email protected]
EDUCATION:
1980.
1978.
1973.
Ph.D. in language and psychology, University of Connecticut.
M.A., University of Connecticut.
B.A., Major: Psychology and French, Wellesley College, MA.
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
1978-present. Senior Research Scientist. Haskins Laboratories. New Haven, CT.
2010. Visiting Professor: Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences
2004 Spring. 2005 Spring. Beijing Normal University, China. Visiting Researcher.
2003 Fall. 2003 Spring, 2005 Spring. Max-Planck-Institut fur Psycholinguistik. NL. Visiting Researcher.
1996 Fall. Max-Planck-Institut fur Psycholinguistik. NL. Visiting Researcher.
1983-84. Exchange Scientist. Yugoslavia. National Academy of Sciences.
1979-1993. Visiting Researcher. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Laboratory of Experimental
Psychology. University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
1990-present. Director: Psychology Honors Program. SUNY, The University at Albany.
1996-present. Professor of Psychology: SUNY, The University at Albany.
1992-1996. Associate Professor Psychology: SUNY, The University at Albany.
1990-1992. Assistant Professor Psychology: SUNY, The University at Albany.
l984-1987. Assistant Professor (nontenure track): University Honors Program & Psychology. U of DE.
l982-l983. Visiting Assistant Professor. Dartmouth College.
SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES:
Women in Cognitive Science: Co-Director. 2006-present. Goal: create an environment that encourages
young women PhDs to join and remain in the field of cognitive psychology. We organize annual panel
discussions at meetings of several professional societies in cognitive psychology. Topics have included:
Judging Merit; Scholarship and professional evaluation; Establishing professional connections and
collaboration; Children and academic Careers; Dual-career issues in academia; Negotiation. Panels occur at
Psychonomics, Cognitive Science and European Society for Cognitive Psychology.
http://www.albany.edu/~lf503/wics/
NSF US-Japan Connections Program. July 2010. Participant. – Bringing Together the Next Generation of
Women Leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
NSF US-Japan Connections Program. July 2013. Co- Organizer. – Crossing Boundaries with Informatics from Basic Science to Social Infrastructure” : U.S.-Japan “Connections” Symposium for Women Leaders
in Science, Technology and Engineering and Mathematics
THE UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY, SUNY.
Salary Task Force 2000-2002.
Task Force on Academic Integrity 2006-2007.
College Committee on Promotion and Tenure 2003-2004.
University Committee on Promotion and Tenure 2004-2005.
Director of Cognitive Area (rotating position).
Executive Committee (intermittent)
HASKINS LABS
Steering Committee. (intermittent)
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (2004-).
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (1995-2000).
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1999-2004).
The Mental Lexicon. 2006-.
European Journal for Cognitive Psychology. 2009Scientific Review Panel NSF (PAC): 2x annually; 5 yr commitment.
Ad Hoc Grant reviewer: NSF, Israeli Science Foundation, Human Frontier Science Program, College of
Reviewers for the Canada Research Chairs Program
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
Association for Psychological Science: Fellow
College of Reviewers for the Canada Research Chairs Program
Women in Cognitive Science: Co-Director
Psychonomic Society (1983-).
European Society for Cognitive Psychology (1991-).
AWARDS:
Psychology Department Research Mentoring Award 1998.
University at Albany, SUNY. Excellence in Research Award 2009.
REFEREED PUBLICATIONS:
Feldman, L. B., and Turvey, M. T. (1980). Words written in Kana are named faster than the same words
written in Kanji. Language and Speech, 23,141-148.
Feldman, L. B., Kostić, A., Lukatela, G., and Turvey, M. T. (1983). An evaluation of the "Basic
Orthographic Syllabic Structure" in a phonologically shallow orthography. Psychological Research,
45, 55-72.
Feldman, L. B., and Turvey, M. T. (1983). Word recognition in Serbo-Croatian is phonologically analytic.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 9, 288-298.
Katz, L., and Feldman, L. B. (1983). Relation between pronunciation and recognition of printed words in
deep and shallow orthographies. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and
Cognition, 9, 157-166.
Lukatela, G., Kostić, A., Feldman, L. B., and Turvey, M. T. (1983). Grammatical priming of inflected
nouns. Memory and Cognition, 11, 59-63.
Ognjenović, V., Lukatela, G., Feldman, L. B., and Turvey, M. T. (1983). Misreadings by beginning readers
of Serbo-Croatian. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 35A, 97-109.
Feldman, L. B., Cesić, J., Lukatela, K., Parezanović, S., Vujin, T., and Andjelković, D. (1984).
Morphological relatedness as a principle of lexical organization. Revija za Psihologija, 14, 40-47.
Moskovljević, J., and Feldman, L. B. (1984). Uticaj morfoloske slozenosti reci i pseudoreci na brzine
prepoznavanja u zadatku leksicke odluke (The influence of the morphological complexity of words
and pseudowords on their speed of recognition in a lexical decision task.) Revija za Psihologija, 14.
Potter, M. S., So, K. F., von Eckhardt, B., and Feldman, L. B. (1984). Lexical and conceptual
representation in beginning and proficient bilinguals. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior,
23, 23-38.
Feldman, L. B., Lukatela, G., and Turvey, M. T. (1985). Effects of phonological ambiguity on beginning
readers of Serbo-Croatian. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 39, 492-510.
Fowler, C. A., Napps, S. E., and Feldman, L. B. (1985). Relations among regular and irregular
morphologically-related words in the lexicon as revealed by repetition priming. Memory and
Cognition, 13, 241-255.
Feldman, L. B., and Fowler, C. A. (1987). The inflected noun system in Serbo-Croatian: Lexical
representation of morphological structure. Memory and Cognition, 15, 1-12.
Feldman, L. B., and Moskovljević, J. (1987). Repetition priming is not purely episodic in origin. Journal
of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 13, 573-581.
Lukatela, G., Turvey, M. T., Feldman, L. B., Carello, C., and Katz, L. (1989). Alphabetic priming in bialphabetical word perception. Journal of Memory and Language, 28, 237-254.
Lukatela, G., Feldman, L. B., Turvey, M. T., Carello, C., and Katz, L. (1989). Context effects in bialphabetical word perception. Journal of Memory and Language, 28, 214-236.
Hanson, V.L., and Feldman, L. B. (1989). Language specificity in lexical organization: Evidence from deaf
signers' lexical organization of ASL and English. Memory and Cognition, 17, 292-301.
Bentin, S., and Feldman, L. B. (1990). The contribution of morphological and semantic relatedness to
repetition priming at long and short lags: Evidence from Hebrew. Quarterly Journal of Experimental
Psychology, 42A, 693-711.
Frost, R., Feldman, L. B., and Katz, L. (1990). Phonological ambiguity and lexical ambiguity: Effects on
visual and auditory word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and
Cognition, 16, 569-580.
Feldman, L. B. (1991). The contribution of morphology to word recognition. Psychological Research, 53,
33-41.
Hanson, V.L., and Feldman, L. B. (1991). What makes signs related? Sign Language Studies, Spring, 3536.
Feldman, L. B. (1994). Beyond orthography and phonology: Differences between inflections and
derivations. Journal of Memory and Language, 33, 442-470.
Feldman, L. B., and Bentin, S. (1994). Morphological analysis of disrupted morphemes: Evidence from
Hebrew. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 47A, 407-435.
Feldman, L. B., Frost, R. and Pnini, T. (1995). Decomposing words into their constituent morphemes:
Evidence from English and Hebrew. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and
Cognition, 21, 947-960.
Feldman, L. B., and Siok, W. W. T. (1997). The role of component function in visual recognition of
Chinese characters. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 23, 776781.
Feldman, L. B., and Siok, W. W. T. (1999). Semantic radicals contribute to the visual identification of
Chinese characters. Journal of Memory and Language, 40, 559-576.
Feldman, L. B., and Soltano, E. G. (1999). Morphological priming: The role of prime duration, semantic
transparency and affix position. Brain and Language, 68, 33-39. doi:10.1006/brln.1999.2077.
Feldman, L. B. (2000). Are morphological effects distinguishable form the effects of shared meaning and
shared form? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 26, 1431-1444.
Feldman, L. B., and Larabee, J. (2001). Morphological facilitation following prefixed but not suffixed words:
Lexical architecture or modality-specific processes? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human
Perception and Performance, 27. 680-691.
de Jong, N. H., Feldman, L. B., Schreuder, R., Pastizzo, M. J. and Baayen R. H. (2002). The processing and
representation of Dutch and English compounds: Peripheral morphological, and central orthographic
effects. Brain and Language,81. 555-567. doi: 10.1006/brln.2001.2547
Feldman, L. B., and Prostko, B. (2001). Graded aspects of morphological processing: Task and processing
time. Brain and Language, 81, 1-16. doi:10.1006/brln.2001.2503
Feldman, L. B., Rueckl, J., Pastizzo, M. Diliberto, K., and Vellutino, F. (2002). Morphological analysis in
beginning readers as revealed by the fragment completion task. Psychological Bulletin and Review,
77, 529-535.
Pastizzo, M. J., and Feldman, L. B. (2002). Discrepancies between orthographic and unrelated baselines in
masked priming undermine a decompositional account of morphological facilitation. Journal of
Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 28, 244-249.
Pastizzo, M. J., and Feldman, L. B. (2002). Does prime modality influence morphological processing?
Brain and Language, 81, 28-41. doi: 10.1006/brln.2001.2504
Pastizzo, M.J., Erbacher, R.F., and Feldman, L. B. (2002). Multidimensional data visualization. Behavior
Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 34(2), 158-162.
Feldman, L. B., Barac-Cikja, D., and Kostić, A. (2002). Semantic aspects of morphological processing:
Transparency effects in Serbian. Memory and Cognition, 30(4), 629-636.
Feldman, L. B., Soltano, E.G., Pastizzo, M., and Francis, S. E. (2004). Semantic Transparency Influences
Morphological Processing. Brain and Language, 90, 17-30. doi:10.1016/S0093-934(03)00416-4.
Janack, J., Pastizzo, M. J., and Feldman, L. B. (2004). When Orthographic Neighbors Fail to Facilitate.
Brain and Language, 90, 441-452. doi:10.1016/S0093-934(03)00416-4.
Pastizzo, M. J. and Feldman, L. B. (2004). Morphological processing: A comparison between free and
bound stem facilitation. Brain and Language, 90, 31-39. doi:10.1016/S0093-934(03)00416-4.
Baayen, R. H., Feldman, L. B., and Schreuder, R. (2006). Morphological influences on the recognition of
monosyllabic monomorphemic words. Journal of Memory and Language, 53, 496-512.
Feldman, L. B., Brown, D. B and Pastizzo, M. J. (2006). Semantic Influences on Morphological
Facilitation: Concreteness and Family Size. The Mental Lexicon Inaugural Issue. 1, 59 – 84.
Basnight-Brown, D., Chen, H., Shu, H., Kostić, A. and Feldman, L. B. (2007). Monolingual and Bilingual
Recognition of Regular and Irregular English Verbs: Does Sensitivity to Word Form Vary with
Language Experience? Journal of Memory and Language.57, 65-80. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2007.03.001
Feldman, L. B. and Basnight-Brown, D. (2008). List Context Fosters Semantic Processing: Parallels
Between Semantic and Morphological Facilitation When Primes are Forward Masked. Journal of
Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 34, 680-687.
Perlak, D., Feldman, L. B., and Jarema, G. (2008). Defining regularity: Does degree of phonological and
orthographic similarity among Polish relatives influence morphological processing? The Mental
Lexicon, 3(2), 239-258.
Feldman, L. B., Kostić, A., Basnight-Brown, D., Djurdjević, D. and Pastizzo, M. J. (2009). Morphological
Facilitation for Regular and Irregular Verb Formations in Native and Non-Native Speakers: Little
Evidence for Two Distinct Mechanisms. Bilingualism, Language and Cognition.
doi:10.1017/S1366728909990459
Feldman, L. B., O’Connor, P. A. and Moscoso del Prado Martín, F. (2009). Early Morphological
Processing is Morpho-semantic and not simply Morpho-orthographic: A violation of form-thenmeaning accounts of word recognition. Psychological Bulletin and Review, 16, 684-691.
doi:10.3758/PBR.16.4.684
Pastizzo, M. J. and Feldman, L. B. (2009). Boats prime float but coats don’t: Priming from
nonmorphological form and meaning similarity invites a computational account of morphological
processing. The Mental Lexicon, 4(1), 1-25.
Basnight-Brown, D. and Feldman, L. B. (under review). Semantic Influences on Early Morphological
Processing: The Role of Concreteness. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
Feldman, L. B., Kostić, A. Gvozdenović, V., O’Connor, P. A. and Moscoso del Prado Martín, F. (2012).
Semantic similarity influences early morphological priming in Serbian: A challenge to form-thenmeaning accounts of word recognition. Psychological Bulletin and Review 19: 668–676.
Feldman, L. B., Moscoso del Prado Martín, F. and O’Connor, P. A. (pending resubmission). Must analysis
of meaning follow analysis of form? A time course analysis.
Feldman, L. B. and O’Connor, P. A. (pending resubmission). Graded Orthographic Form Facilitation:
Contributions of Neighborhood Density and Letter Transposition.
Feldman, L. B. & Moscoso del Prado Martín, F. (2012). Does a focus on universals represent a new trend
in word recognition? Behavioral and Brain Science. 35(5). DOI: 10.1017/S0140525X12000295,
http://journals.cambridge.org/repo_A87a3x1s
Fowler, C.A., Kolsteren, M., Rimzhim, A., O’Connor, P., Braze, D., van Hell, J., and Feldman, L. B.
(2012). Gradience in implementation of systematic processes of L1 in L2 foreign accent: Final
devoicing in Dutch-accented English. Manuscript
Broadwell, G.A., Boz, U., Cases, I., Strzalkowski, T., Feldman, L., Taylor, S., Shaikh, S., Liu, T., Cho, K.,
Webb, N. Using Imageability and Topic Chaining to Locate Metaphors in Linguistic Corpora Social
Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling and Prediction Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume
7812, 2013, pp 102-110
Mikeal Martey, R. M., Kenski, K., Folkestad, J., Gordis, E., Feldman, L., Zhang, H., Kaufman, N., Ravkin,
A., Shaw, A., Stromer-Galley, J., Clegg, B., Shaikh, S., and Strzalkowski, T. Five approaches to
measuring engagement: comparisons by video game characteristics (2013). Simulation & Gaming: An
Interdisciplinary Journal of Theory, Practice and Research
CHAPTERS:
Katz, L. and Feldman, L. B. (1981). Linguistic coding in word recognition: Comparisons between a deep
and shallow orthography. In A. Lesgold & C. Perfetti (Eds.), Interactive processes in reading. (85106). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Feldman, L. B. (1983). Bi-alphabetism and word recognition. In D. Rogers & J. Sloboda (Eds.), The
Acquisition of Symbolic Skills. (137-147). New York: Plenum Press.
Turvey, M. T., Feldman, L. B., and Lukatela, G. (1984). The Serbo-Croatian orthography constrains the
reader to a phonologically analytic strategy. In L. Henderson (Ed.), Orthographies and Reading. (8189). London: Erlbaum.
Feldman, L. B. (1987). Phonological and morphological analysis by skilled readers of Serbo-Croatian. In
A. Allport, D. MacKay, W. Prinz, and E. Sheerer (Eds.), Language Perception and Production:
Relationships among listening, speaking, reading and writing. (197-209). London: Academic Press.
Feldman, L. B. (1992). Morphological relationships revealed through the repetition priming task. In M.
Noonan, P. Downing, & S. Lima (Eds.), The Linguistics of Literacy. (239-254). Amsterdam: John
Benjamins.
Feldman, L. B., and Andjelković, D. (1992). Morphological analysis in word recognition. In R. Frost & L.
Katz (Eds.), Phonology, Orthography, Morphology and Meaning. Amsterdam: North Holland.
Feldman, L. B. (1993). Bi-alphabetism and the design of the reading mechanism. In D.M. Willows, R.S.
Kruk & E. Corcos (Eds.), Visual processes in reading and reading disabilities. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Stolz, J.A., and Feldman, L. B. (1995). The role of orthographic and semantic transparency of the base
morpheme in morphological processing. In L. B. Feldman (Ed.), Morphological aspects of language
processing. [109-129]. Hillsdale, NJ. Erlbaum.
Feldman, L. B., and Barac-Cikoja, D. (1996). Serbo-Croatian: A Biscriptal language. In P. T. Daniels and
W. Bright (Eds.), The world's writing systems. [769-772]. New York: Oxford University Press.
Katz, L., and Feldman, L. B. (1996). The influence of an alphabetic writing system on the reading process.
In H. Gunther & O. Ludwig (Eds.), Writing and its Use: An interdisciplinary handbook of
international research. [1094-1101]. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter & Co.
Feldman, L. B., and Siok, W. T. (1999). Semantic radicals in phonetic compounds: Implications for visual
character recognition in Chinese. In J. Wang, A. W. Inhoff, & H.C. Chen (eds.), Reading Chinese
Script: A Cognitive Analysis. Hillsdale, NJ. Erlbaum.
Aronoff, M., and Feldman, L. B. (2000). Morphology. In A. E. Kazdin, (editor in chief.), Encyclopedia of
Psychology, Washington and New York: APA and Oxford UP.
Feldman, L. B., and Aronoff, M. (2001). Morphemes. In W. E. Craighead and C. B. Nemeroff (editors in
chief.), Encyclopedia of Psychology and Neuroscience, Third Edition. New York: John Wiley & Sons,
Inc.
Feldman, L. B. (2003). Morphological processing as revealed through the repetition priming task. In J.
Bowers and C. Marsolek (Eds.). Rethinking Implicit Memory. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Feldman, L. B. and Pastizzo, M. J. (2003). Morphological facilitation: The role of semantic transparency
and family size. In R. H. Baayen and R. Schreuder (Eds.). Morphological Structure in Language
Processing. Berlin, Germany: Mouton de Gruyter.
Feldman, L. B., and Raveh, M. (2003). When degree of semantic similarity influences morphological
processing: cross language and cross task comparisons. In J. Shimron (ed.) Language Processing and
Language Acquisition in Languages with Root-based morphology. (pp. 187-200). Amsterdam, The
Netherlands: John Benjamins.
Fowler, A., Feldman, L. B., Andjelković, D., and Oney, B. (2003). Morphological and phonological
analysis by beginning readers: Evidence from Serbo-Croatian and Turkish. In E. Assink and D. Sandra
(Eds.). Reading Complex Words: Neuropsychology and Cognition. (pp. 53-80). Amsterdam, The
Netherlands: Kluwer.
Feldman, L. B., and Aronoff, M. (2004) Morphemes. Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Chicago: Fitzroy
Dearborn Publishers. 715-717.
Feldman, L. B. and Aronoff, M. (2004). Morphemes. In W. E. Craighead and C. B. Nemeroff (editors in
chief.), Concise Encyclopedia of Psychology and Neuroscience, Third Edition. New York: John Wiley
& Sons, Inc.
Feldman, L. B., and Aronoff, M. (2005) Morphemes. In W. E. Craighead and C. B. Nemeroff (editors in
chief.), Encyclopedia of Psychology and Neuroscience, Fourth Edition. New York: John Wiley &
Sons, Inc.
Feldman, L. B., and Honorof, D. N. (2006). The Chinese Character in psycholinguistic research: Form,
structure and the reader. In P. Li, L. H. Tan, E. Bates, and O. J. L. Tzeng (Eds.). Handbook of East
Asian Psycholinguistics: Chinese. Cambridge University Press.
Feldman, L. B., Jarema, G., Perlak D., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2004). Defining orthographic neighbors in a
highly inflected language: Do neighborhoods include inflected forms? In G. Libben and K. Nault
(Eds.) Mental Lexicon Working Papers. 109-123.
Feldman, L. B. and Basnight-Brown, D. (2007). The role of morphology in visual word recognition:
Graded semantic influences due to competing senses and semantic richness of the stem. Grigorenko, E.
L. and Naples, A. (Eds.) Single-word reading: Cognitive, behavioral and biological perspectives.
Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Ass.
Feldman, L. B. and Basnight-Brown, D. (2007). Origins of cross-language differences in word recognition.
In G. Jarema and G. Libben (Eds.). The Mental Lexicon: Core Perspectives. Amsterdam, Elsevier.
129-158.
Feldman, L. B., van Hell, J. G., Kroll, J., and Rajaram, S. (2007). Women in Cognitive Science: A look
back and into the future. The Experimental Psychology Bulletin (from division 3 of the American
Psychological Association), 11 (1), 10.
Feldman, L. B., O’Connor, P. A and Weber, K. (2012). Morphological Processing: A comparison of graded
and categorical accounts. J. S. Adelman (Ed.). Visual Word Recognition. Vol. 2: Meaning and context,
individuals and development. Hove, England: Psychology Press.
EDITED VOLUME:
L. B. Feldman (Ed.). (1995). Morphological Aspects Of Language Processing. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence
Erlbaum Ass.
BOOK REVIEWS:
Feldman, L. B. (1986). A review of Harris and Coltheart’s Language Processing in Children and Adults.
Language and Speech, 29, 295-298.
Feldman, L. B. (1989). A review of Reading Research Advances in Theory and Practice. Vol. 6. M.
Daneman, G.E. MacKinnon, and T. G. Waller Eds. Language and Speech, 32, 381-385.
Feldman, L. B. (1998). A review of Morphological Structure, Lexical Representation and Lexical Access.
D. Sandra and M. Taft Eds. The American Journal of Psychology.
TECHNICAL REPORTS:
Feldman, L. B. (1981). Visual word recognition in Serbo-Croatian is necessarily phonological. Haskins
Laboratories Status Report on Speech Research, SR-66, 167-201.
Feldman, L. B., and Kostić, A. (1981). Word recognition with mixed-alphabet forms. Haskins Laboratories
Status Report on Speech Research, SR-66, 203-211.
Fowler, C. A., Napps, S. E. and Feldman, L. B. (1985). Relations among regular and irregular
morphologically-related words in the lexicon as revealed by repetition priming. Haskins Laboratories
Status Report on Speech Research, SR-82/83, 167-201.
Jarema, G., Feldman, L.B., and Perlak, D. (2004). Defining regularity: Does degree of phonological and
orthographic similarity among Polish relatives influence morphological processing? In G. Libben and
K. Nault (Eds.) Mental Lexicon Working Papers. 91-108.
Feldman, L. B., Jarema, G., Perlak D., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2004). Defining orthographic neighbors in a
highly inflected language: Do neighborhoods include inflected forms? In G. Libben and K. Nault
(Eds.) Mental Lexicon Working Papers. 109-123.
PRESENTATIONS:
REGIONAL AND NATIONAL CONFERENCES (*invited talk)
Potter, M.C., Klein, B.V.E., Feldman, L. B., Faulconer, B., and Garrett, M.F. (1976, October). Lexicon and
concept in first and second language. Paper presented at the Boston University Conference on
Language Development.
Braddon, S., and Feldman, L. B. (1978, May). Walking and knowing: Awareness of environmental
information while moving. Paper presented at the Massachusetts Psychological Association.
Feldman, L. B. Lexical decision and naming in Serbo-Croatian are necessarily phonological. (1981,
November). Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia, PA.
Feldman, L. B. Bi-alphabetism in beginning readers. (1982, October). Paper presented at the Boston
University Conference on Language Development. Boston, MA.
Feldman, L. B., Kostić, A., Lukatela, G., and Turvey, M.T. (1982, April). An evaluation of the "Basic
Orthographic Syllabic Structure" in a phonologically shallow orthography. Paper presented at the
Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD.
*Turvey, M.T., and Feldman, L. B. (1982, November). Phonological analysis in reading. Paper presented
at the Orton Society. Baltimore, MD.
Feldman, L. B. Learning to read in two alphabets. (1983, April).
Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.
Paper presented at the Eastern
Feldman, L. B., and Turvey, M. T. (1983, November). Morphological processes in word recognition.
Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, San Diego, CA.
Feldman, L. B. Lexical Organization of Morphological Relatives. (1984, November). Paper presented at
the Psychonomic Society, San Antonio, TX.
*Feldman, L. B. Structure of the noun system. (1984, August). Paper presented at American Psychological
Association. Invited symposium: The internal lexicon: Psycholinguistic studies in a bi-alphabetic,
inflected language. Toronto, Ontario.
Napps, S. E., Fowler, C. A., and Feldman, L. B. (1984, April). Effects of orthography and phonology on
morphological organization of the lexicon. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association,
Baltimore, MD.
Feldman, L. B. (1986, November). Alphabetic and associative priming of phonologically ambiguous
words. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, LA.
Feldman, L. B. (1986, July). Phonological and Morphological Analysis by Serbo-Croatian Readers. Paper
presented at the Linguistic Society of America. Conference on Language and Adult Literacy. New
York, NY.
Feldman, L. B., and Fowler, C. A. (1987, November). Morphemic segments shift faster than
monomorphemic controls. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, WA.
Hanson, V. L., and Feldman, L. B. (1987, November). Influences of prior acquisition of American Sign
Language on the lexical organization of English. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Seattle,
WA.
Bentin, S., Feldman, L. B., and Zeidman, A. (1988, November). Priming lexical decision by morphologic
repetition without semantic association. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL.
*Feldman, L. B. (1988, April). Phonological and morphological analysis in a shallow orthography.
Invited paper presented at the Symposium on Literacy and Linguistics. University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee, WI.
Feldman, L. B., and Stotko, E. (1988, November). Morphological relationships revealed through the
repetition priming task. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL.
Feldman, L. B. (1989, November). Morphological priming in lexical decision and naming. Paper
presented at the Psychonomic Society, Atlanta, GA.
Feldman, L. B., and Andjelković, D. (1990, November). Morphemic and syntactic facilitation in sentence
contexts. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, LA.
Feldman, L. B., and Andjelković, D. (1991, November). Morphological priming at long and short lags in
visual word recognition. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, San Francisco, CA.
Feldman, L. B., Andjelković, D., and Fowler, A. (1992, November). Common processes underlie
phonological and morphological analysis. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, St Louis, MO.
Feldman, L. B. (1994, November). Morphological and orthographic analysis in word recognition
contrasted. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, St Louis, MO.
Feldman, L. B., and Larabee, J. (1995, November). The effect of affixation on morphological facilitation.
Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Los Angeles, CA.
Siok, W. T., and Feldman, L. B. (1996, February). How are semantic radicals processed in Chinese?
Ninth Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference.
Feldman, L. B., and Siok, W. T. (1997, November). In Chinese characters, semantic radicals are
processed for meaning. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia, PA.
Feldman, L. B. (1998, November). Orthographic similarity cannot account for effects of morphological
relatedness. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Dallas, TX.
Feldman, L. B. (1999, November). Morphological similarity and orthographic similarity contrasted: A
cross task comparison. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Los Angeles, CA.
Feldman, L. B., Barac-Cikoja, D., and Kostić, A. (2000, November). Semantic aspects of morphological
processing: transparency effects in Serbian. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, New
Orleans, LA.
Pastizzo, M.J., and Feldman, L. B., (2001, November). Multi-dimensional data visualization. Paper
presented at the Society for Computers in Psychology, Orlando, FLA
Feldman, L. B., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2001, November). Whole word associative and sublexical
morphological facilitation contrasted. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Orlando, FLA.
Feldman, L. B., Pastizzo, M. J. and Janack, T. (2003, November). Morphological facilitation interacts with
concreteness and family size. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Feldman, L. B., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2004, November). Frequency Measures as Indices of Morphological
Processing. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis. MN.
Shu, H., Zhou, H. and Feldman, L. B. (2004, November). Effects of semantic transparency but not
homophonic family size change with processing time in Chinese. Paper presented at the Psychonomic
Society, Minneapolis. MN.
Feldman, L. B., Brown, D. B. and Kanai, Y. (2006, November). Orthographic Neighborhood Size
Modulates Effects of Semantic Transparency in Forward-Masked Morphological Priming Task. Paper
presented at the Psychonomic Society, Houston. TX.
Feldman, L. B., Basnight-Brown, D. and Kanai, Y. (November, 2007). The influence of foreign accent on
morphological processing in English: Distortions based on accent alter magnitudes of facilitation but
patterns of facilitation fail to provide evidence for a processing dichotomy based on inflectional
regularity. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach. CA.
Feldman, L. B., and O’Connor, P. (November, 2008). Early morphological processing can be morphosemantic and not only morpho-orthographic: Evidence from the masked priming paradigm. Paper
presented at the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL.
Feldman, L. B NSF ADVANCE Meeting, May 2008, Washington, DC. Moderator: Session 8 - Perspectives
from Members of Professional Societies
Kroll, J., Rajaram, S., Van Hell, J., and Feldman, L. B Poster presented at NSF ADVANCE Meeting, May
2008, Washington, DC. Improving the visibility of Women
Feldman, L. B., and O’Connor, P. (November, 2009). Early morphological processing can be morphosemantic and not only morpho-orthographic: Evidence from the masked priming paradigm. Paper
presented at the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA.
Van Hell, J., Feldman, L. B, Kroll, J., and Rajaram, S., (Nov. 2009) Professional societies are critical for
the advancement of women in science: Mechanisms for buy in from professional societies so as to
promote change. Poster presented at NSF ADVANCE Meeting, Nov 2009 Washington, DC.
*Feldman, L. B., Moscoso del Prado Martín, F., and O’Connor, P. (November, 2010). If farmers farm why
don't corners corn? The time course of meaning and form analysis. Balota PrePsychonomics Meeting.
St. Louis, MO.
Feldman, L. B., Moscoso del Prado Martín, F., and O’Connor, P. (November, 2010). Must analysis of
meaning follow analysis of form? Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, Mo.
Feldman, L. B., O’Connor, P. and Bostwick J. (November, 2011). Semantic influences on morphoorthographic segmentation: Semantic transparency interacts with affix properties (segmentability,
morphological status). Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, WA.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
Feldman, L. B. (1979, May). Lexical and orthographic factors in lexical decision and naming. Paper
presented at Sabor Psihologia, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia.
Feldman, L. B. (1980, April). Phonological strategies in lexical decision and naming. Paper presented at
Sabor Psihologia, Zlatibor, Yugoslavia.
Feldman, L. B. (1982, April). Bi-alphabetism in beginning readers. Paper presented at the NATO
Conference on Acquisition of Symbolic Skills, University of Keele, England.
*Feldman, L. B. (1984, May). Morphemic Relations as a Principle of Lexical Organization. Yugoslav
Conference of Psychologists. Herceg Novi, Yugoslavia.
*Feldman, L. B. (1985, July). The use of phonological and morphological information by readers of
Serbo-Croatian. Paper presented at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research. Conference on Common
Processes in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. Bielefeld, Germany.
*Feldman, L. B. (1989, August). The contribution of morphology to word recognition. Workshop on Word
and Sentence Recognition. Zadar, Yugoslavia.
*Frost, R., Feldman, L. B., and Katz, L. (1989, August). Phonological ambiguity and lexical ambiguity:
Effects on visual and auditory word recognition. Workshop on Word and Sentence Recognition.
Zadar, Yugoslavia.
Feldman, L. B., and Frost, R. (1992, September). Morphological processing in concatenative and
nonconcatenative languages. Paper presented at the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paris,
France.
Feldman, L. B., Pugh, K., Katz, L., and Larabee, J. (1994, September). Morphological and orthographic
analysis in word recognition contrasted. Paper presented at the European Society for Cognitive
Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal.
Feldman, L. B., (1995, September). Morphological aspects of language processing. Paper presented at the
European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Rome, Italy.
*Feldman, L. B., and Siok, W.T. (1997, September). A radical approach to Chinese character recognition.
Keynote paper presented at the International Symposium on Cognitive Processing of the Chinese
Language: The Inaugural Conference of the Chinese Language-Cognitive Science Joint Research
Centers The Chinese Academy of Sciences & The University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong.
Feldman, L. B. (1998, September). Semantic and orthographic aspects of morphological processing. Paper
presented at the First International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Edmonton, Alberta.
Feldman, L. B. (1998, September). Semantic aspects of morphological processing. Paper presented at the
European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Jerusalem, Israel.
Raveh, M., and Feldman, L. B. (1998, September). The contribution of morphological relation and affix
position to morphological processing: Evidence from Hebrew. Paper presented at the European
Society for Cognitive Psychology, Jerusalem, Israel.
*Feldman, L. B. (1999, May). The time course of morphological processing. Paper presented at Workshop
on Cross-Linguistic Perspectives on Morphological Processing. Aix-en-Provence, France.
DeJong, N., Baayen, H., Schreuder, R., and Feldman, L. B. (2000). Morphological families influence
processing of compounds. Paper presented at the Second International Conference on the Mental
Lexicon. Montreal, Quebec.
*Feldman, L. B. (2000, October). Morphological processing; Graded effects of form and semantics.
Keynote Address presented at the Second International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Montreal,
Quebec.
Pastizzo, M.J., and Feldman, L. B. (2000, October). Modality specific influences on morphological
processing: Graded effects of form and semantics. Paper presented at the Second International
Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Montreal, Quebec.
*Feldman, L. B., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2001, June). Lexical and sublexical contributions to morphological
processing. Paper presented at Workshop on Cross-Linguistic Perspectives on Morphological
Processing. Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
*Feldman, L. B., and Honorof, D.V. (2001, July). Contrasting Chinese radicals and English morphemes: A
time course analysis. Workshop on Chinese language processing. UC Santa Barbara, CA.
*Feldman, L. B., Janack, T., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2002, October). Morphological analysis as revealed by a
Segmentation Task. Paper presented at the Third International Conference on the Mental Lexicon.
Banff, Alberta.
Janack, T., Feldman, L. B., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2002, October). Individual differences among neighbors.
Poster presented at the Third International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Banff, Alberta.
Pastizzo, M. J., and Feldman, L. B. (2002, October). Morphological processing: A comparison between
free and bound stem facilitation. Poster presented at the Third International Conference on the Mental
Lexicon. Banff, Alberta.
*Feldman, L. B., Pastizzo, M. J., and Janack, T. (2003, June). Insights into the morphological family:
interactions of family size, surface frequency and transparency. Paper presented at Workshop on
Cross-Linguistic Perspectives on Morphological Processing. Aix-en-Provence, France.
Feldman, L. B., Janack, T., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2003, October). Morphological processing varies with
concreteness and family size. Paper presented at the European Society for Cognitive Psychology,
Granada, Spain.
*Feldman, L. B., Jarema, G., and Libben, G. (2003, October). Semantic aspects of morphological
processing. SSHC Workshop. International Mental Lexicon Research Group Meeting. Austrian
Academy of Sciences. Vienna, Austria.
*Jarema, G., Feldman, L. B., and Perlak, D. (2003, October). Morphophonological, neighborhood and
orthographic effects in the processing of Polish nouns. SSHC Workshop. International Mental Lexicon
Research Group Meeting. Austrian Academy of Sciences. Vienna, Austria.
Jarema, G., Feldman, L., and Perlak, D. (2004, February). Does form play a role in the recognition of
nouns in Polish? 11th International Morphology Meeting 2004, Vienna, Austria.
Jarema, G., Feldman, L. B., and Perlak, D. (2004, June). Defining regularity: Does degree of phonological
and orthographic regularity among Polish nouns influence morphological processing? Poster
presented at the Fourth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Windsor, ONT.
Feldman, L. B., Kostić, A., and Pastizzo, M. J. (2004, June). Mastery of inflectional morphology:
Morphological facilitation for irregular but not regular verb formations in English depends on task as
well as language proficiency. Poster presented at the Fourth International Conference on the Mental
Lexicon. Windsor, ONT.
Feldman, L. B., and Brown, D. B. (2005, June). Semantic influences on morphological processing. Paper
presented at the Fourth Workshop on Morphological Processing. Cambridge, UK.
Feldman, L. B., Kanai, K., and Basnight-Brown, D. (2006, July). Orthographic Neighborhood Size
Interacts with Morphological Processing. Poster presented at the28th Annual Conference of the
Cognitive Science Society, July 2006, Vancouver, BC.
Brown, D. B., and Feldman, L. B. (2006, October). Monolingual and Bilingual Recognition of Regular and
Irregular English Verbs: Sensitivity to Orthographic Similarity Varies with First Language Experience.
Poster presented at the Fifth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Montreal, Quebec.
Feldman, L. B., and Brown, D. B. (2006, October). Parallels between forward masked semantic and
morphological facilitation: Influence of list context invites a computational account of morphological
processing. Paper presented at the Fifth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Montreal,
Quebec.
Perlak, D., Feldman, L. B., and Jarema, G. (2006, October). Do dîąćrïtičś influence word recognition?
Poster presented at the Fifth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Montreal, Quebec.
Tsapkini, K. B., Feldman, L. B., Jarema, G., and Andravizou, A. (2006, October). Visual stem-allomorphy
influences inflectional but not derivational processes in Greek. Poster presented at the Fifth
International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Montreal, Quebec.
Basnight-Brown, D., and Feldman, L. B. (2007, June). The processing of regular and irregular verb forms
in English: The influence of first language structure and non-native accent on morphological
processing. Poster presented at the Fifth Workshop on Morphological Processing. Marseille, France.
Feldman, L. B., and Basnight- Brown, D. (2007, June). Semantic and Orthographic Attributes of the Stem
Influence Morphological Processing as Revealed by the Forward Masked Priming Task. Paper
presented at the Fifth Workshop on Morphological Processing. Marseille, France.
Feldman, L. B., and Basnight- Brown, D. (2007, Sept). Morphological processing in English: Distortions
based on nonnative accent and case alternation provide no evidence for a dichotomy based on
inflectional regularity. Paper presented at ESCOP Marseille, France.
Feldman, L. B., Basnight- Brown, D. and Kanai. Y. (2007, Aug). Effects of Morphological Family Size in
the Forward Masked Lexical Decision Task. Poster presented at AMLaP. Turku, Finland.
Feldman, L. B., and O’Connor, P. (2009, June). Semantic as well as form attributes of the stem influence
regular inflectional processing. Paper presented at the Sixth Workshop on Morphological Processing.
Turku, Finland.
Feldman, L. B, Van Hell, J., Kroll, J., and Rajaram, S., (Aug. 2009) Panel Discussion: Merging
Professional Development and Science: Writing a Successful Grant Proposal. Organized by Women in
Cognitive Science. Presentation at Cognitive Science Society (Aug Amsterdam).
Feldman, L. B. (2009, July). Symposium: Bilingualism as a window on cognition and language processing.
The effect of foreign and native accents on L1 and on L2 word recognition. Paper presented at
Cognitive Science Society, Amsterdam, NL
Feldman, L. B. (2009, Sept.). Symposium: Bilingualism as a window on cognition and language
processing. The effect of foreign and native accents on L1 and on L2 word recognition. Paper
presented at ESCOP, Krakow, PL
Feldman, L. B, Van Hell, J., Kroll, J., and Rajaram, S., (2009-2010) Panel Discussions: Staying in the
Academic pipeline during an economic drought. Organized by Women in Cognitive Science.
Presentations at ESCoP (Sept Krakow), Psychonomic Society (Nov. Boston), Association for Science
(May San Francisco).
Feldman, L. B. (2010, Feb.). Are regular and irregular verb forms processed by the same mechanism?
Colloquium presented at Radboud University, Nijmegen, NL.
Feldman, L. B. (2010, May). If farmers farm why don't corners corn? Must analysis of meaning follow
analysis of form? Psycholinguistics in Flanders, Ghent, BE.
Feldman, L. B. (2010, May). Word Recognition and Language Processing. Colloquium presented at
Jagiellonian University, Krakow, PL.
Feldman, L. B., Moscoso del Prado Martín , F., Weber, K. M. and O’Connor, P. A. (2010, July). Semantic
and Phonological Effects on Ortho-Morphological Segmentation. Paper presented at the Seventh
International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Windsor, ONT.
Weber, K. M., and Feldman, L. B., (2010, July). The Effect of Accent on Morphological Processing. Poster
presented at the Seventh International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Windsor, ONT.
Rimzhim, A., Fowler, C. A., Feldman, L. B., Ernestus, M. and van Hell, A. (2010, July). Is bat really bad
in Dutch? Poster presented at Donostia Conference on Language Processing. BCBL. San Sebastian,
Spain.
Feldman, L. B. (2010, July). Phonological and morphological aspects of language processing. Poster
presented at NSF Connections-Bringing together the next generation of women leaders in Science,
Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Tokyo, Japan.
Feldman, L. B. (2010, July). Women in Cognitive Science: Improving the Visibility of Women Scientists.
Poster presented at NSF Connections-Bringing together the next generation of women leaders in
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Tokyo, Japan.
Feldman, L. B. (2011, June). Morphological Processing In L2 As Revealed By Priming Paradigms. Paper
presented at the Seventh Workshop on Morphological Processing. San Sebastian, Spain.
Feldman, L. B., van Hell, J., Ernestus, M., Fowler, C., Shu, H. (2011, June). Does morphological
processing in L2 depend on the structure of L1 and on accent congruity? Eighth International
Symposium on Bilingualism. Oslo, Norway.
Van Hell, J., Feldman, L. B, Kroll, J., and Rajaram, S., (2011, Aug.) Panel Discussion: Success from thesis
to tomb: Professional visibility throughout the academic career. Organized by Women in Cognitive
Science at the 17th meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology in San Sebastian, Spain
Feldman, L. B, Van Hell, J., Kroll, J., and Rajaram, S., (July, 2012) Panel Discussion: Professional
advancement, leadership and international collaboration. Organized by Women in Cognitive Science.
Presentation at Cognitive Science Society. Sapporo, Japan.
Cho, K. and Feldman, L. B. (2012, August). Can Articulating Aloud Offset Effects of Listening to L1 in a
Foreign Accent? Poster presented at Cognitive Science Society, 2012, Sapporo, Japan.
Feldman, L. B. and Cho, K. (2012, October). When Articulating Aloud Offsets Effects of Listening to L1
in a Foreign Accent. 8th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Feldman, L. B. and Cho, K. (2012, October). When Articulating Aloud Offsets Effects of Listening to L1
in a Foreign Accent. 8th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Broadwell, G.A., Boz, U., Cases, I., Strzalkowski, T., Feldman, L., Taylor, S., Shaikh, S., Liu, T., Cho, K.,
Webb, N. (2013, Apr.)Using Imageability and Topic Chaining to Locate Metaphors in Linguistic
Corpora. SBP-2013 Conference, Washington, DC. April 3-5, 2013.
Rajaram, S., Van Hell, J., Feldman, L. B, Kroll, J. (June, 2013). Panel Discussion: Negotiating Early
Career Challenges. Organized by Women in Cognitive Science at the Women in Cognitive Science at
SARMAC CONFERENCE X. Rotterdam, NL
Feldman, L. B. (July 2013). International collaborations and professional development. Presentation at
U.S.-Japan “Connections” Symposium for Women Leaders in Science, Technology and Engineering
and Mathematics
Feldman, L. B., Cho, K.W., Milin, P., & Baayen, R. H. (2013, July). Does morphological priming require
decomposition? The Eight Morphology Workshop, Cambridge, UK.
Feldman, L. B, Van Hell, J., Kroll, J., and Rajaram, S., (2013, July) Interactive Panel Discussion:
Professional advancement through real and virtual international collaboration. Organized by Women in
Cognitive Science. Presentation at Cognitive Science Society. Berlin, Germany.
Feldman, L. B., Cho, K.W., Milin, P., & Baayen, R. H. (2013, July). Interfacing orthographic and
morphological processing: Does facilitation after exhaustive and partial morphological segmentation
differ? Poster at Cognitive Science Society. Berlin, Germany.
Feldman, L. B., Milin, P., & Baayen, R. H. (Aug, 2013). Frequency and regularity effects do not interact in
verb production: A challenge to dual mechanism accounts of inflectional processing. Presentation at
European Society for Cognitive Psychology. Budapest, Hungary.
Kroll, J., Bajo, T., and Feldman, L. B. (2013, Aug.) Building collaborative networks at home and abroad:
Strategies for strong science and academic success. Organized by Women in Cognitive Science.
Presentation at European Society for Cognitive Psychology. Budapest, Hungary.
Feldman, L. B., Milin, P., & Baayen, R. H. (Sept, 2013). Frequency and regularity effects do not interact in
verb production: A challenge to dual mechanism accounts of inflectional processing. Poster presented
at Architecture and Mechanisms in Language Processing. Marseille, France.
INVITED TALKS AT UNIVERSITIES AND RESEARCH CENTERS
Feldman, L. B. (1982, January). Lexical decision in Serbo-Croatian is necessarily phonological. Paper
presented at the M.R.C. Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge, England.
Feldman, L. B. (1983, February). Phonological effects in word recognition. Michigan State University.
Feldman, L. B. (1983, November). Experimental Investigations of Language. Institute of Physiological and
Speech Disorders. University of Belgrade Medical Faculty.
Feldman, L. B. (1984, January). Morphological processes in Serbo-Croatian. Paper presented at Hatfield
Polytechnic, London, England.
Feldman, L. B. (1986, January). Phonological and Morphological Analysis in Reading Serbo-Croatian.
Paper presented at the Free University of Brussels, Belgium.
Feldman, L. B. (1986, February). Linguistic Codes in Word Recognition. Massachusetts General Hospital.
Feldman, L. B. (1986, March). Language-specific aspects of word recognition. Cognitive Science
Colloquium. University of Delaware.
Feldman, L. B. (1986, March). Phonological effects in word recognition. Wesleyan University,
Middletown, CT.
Feldman, L. B. (1990, June). Linguistic Codes in Word Recognition. College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Columbia University.
Feldman, L. B. (1994, February). The Role of Orthography in Morphological Analysis. University of
Arizona.
Feldman, L. B.
University.
(1995, February). Morphological Aspects of Language Processing. Arizona State
Feldman, L. B. (1996, February). The Role of Morphemes in Word Recognition. Arizona State University.
Feldman, L. B. (1996, November). The Role of Morphemes in Word Recognition. Birkbeck College. London, UK.
Feldman, L. B. (September, 1997). The role of Semantic Radicals in Chinese Character Recognition. The
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.
Feldman, L. B. (September, 1997). Are Prefixed Words and Suffixed Words Processed Differently?
Beijing Normal University, China.
Feldman, L. B. (1999, October). Morphological aspects of language processing. Colloquium at the
University at Buffalo, SUNY.
Feldman, L. B. (April, 2003). Morphological aspects of language processing. Colloquium at the University
at Antwerp, Belgium.
Feldman, L. B. (April, 2004). Processing of past tense morphology by native and nonnative speakers of
English: What determines when FELL primes FALL? Colloquium at Beijing Normal University.
China.
Feldman, L. B. (April, 2004). Morphological Facilitation Interacts with Concreteness and Family Size.
Colloquium at Beijing Normal University. China.
Feldman, L. B. (October, 2004). Character recognition in Chinese: A window on analytic processing.
Speech, Reading and the Linguistic Process: A conference in honor of Ignatius G. Mattingly. U of CT.
Rimzhim, A., Fowler, C. A., Feldman, L. B., Ernestus, M. and van Hell, A. (April, 2011). Phonetic
Features of Dutch Accent in English by native Dutch-English Bilingual Speakers. Poster presented at
the UConn Language Fest.
Feldman, L. B. (2011, April). Morphological and form priming in L1 and L2: What do L1 speakers do that
L2 speakers don’t ? Colloquium at Pennsylvania State University.
Feldman, L. B. (2011, May). Effect of foreign and native accents on visual word recognition in L1 and L2.
Lecture Series at the University of CT in honor of Alvin Liberman.
Feldman, L. B. (2011, May). Bi-alphabetism and bilingualism: windows on language processing. Seventy
Fifth Anniversary Series at Haskins Laboratories. New Haven, CT.
Feldman, L. B. (2012, May). Bi-alphabetism and bilingualism: windows on language processing Invited
colloquium at Temple University. Philadelphia, PA.
THESIS ADVISOR OR RESEARCH SPONSOR:
Dana Basnight Brown. SUNY, Albany
Kit Cho. SUNY, Albany
Tracy Janack. SUNY, Albany
Nivja deJong. University of Utrecht
Yuki Kanai. SUNY, Albany
Chen Lang. Beijing Normal University
Patrick O’Connor. SUNY, Albany
Matthew Pastizzo. SUNY, Albany
Michal Raveh. Bar Ilan University
Jennifer Stolz. University of Waterloo
Katherine Weber. SUNY, Albany
GRANTS:
ODNI/IARPA REMND: Robust Extraction of Metaphors from Novel Data. Co-Investigator. Tomek
Strzalkowski PI. Total costs $5,700,000. Starting date 1/2012.
ODNI/IARPA Mitigating Analytical Bias through CYCLES of Transformative Learning in Serious Games.
Co-Investigator. Solicitation No. IARPA-BAA-11-03. Tomek Strzalkowski PI. Total costs $ 8,000,000
(approx.) Starting date 10/11 (approx).
PAC: NSF, 2008-13. Women in Cognitive Science. Conference proposal: Title: The Psychology of
Negotiation: When, why and how. PI. Direct costs $30K; Conference proposal: Title: Staying in the
academic pipeline: Growing professionally in an economic drought. Direct costs $40K.
WISC/NSF, 2003.
National Institutes of Health. Award to Haskins Laboratories. Ken Pugh, PI. Direct costs $7 million. Oct
2012-2017.
National Institutes of Health. Award to Haskins Laboratories. Carol Fowler, PI. Direct costs $5 million.
Starting date 2/07 approximate.
National Institutes of Health. Award to Haskins Laboratories. Carol Fowler, PI. Direct costs $9 million.
Starting date 2/01-2/07.
National Academy of Sciences Eastern European Exchange, l983.
CONSULTANCIES:
Dr. Judith Rumsey. NIH project on neural imaging differences between dyslexics and normals.
Dr Gary Libben. SSHC of Canada on morphological processing in normal and clinical populations.
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I am a cognitive psychologist interested in language. My research examines language processing
(speaking and reading) in both native speakers and non native speakers of a language at varying
levels of proficiency (bilinguals). My major focus is how we recognize words formed from
several meaningful units or morphemes such as MIS+UNDERSTAND+ABLE. Questions
include: Does word recognition in one's native language vary across languages depending on their
particular structure? Is morphology more than just conjoint effects of shared meaning and shared
form? For these two questions, I have examined processing in English and Serbian. Does the
structure of one's native language influence processing in a second language? What makes
irregular past tense forms like RAN or TAUGHT hard for some types of people (e.g., non native
speakers, children) to master? For these two questions, I have examined processing in English,
Chinese and Serbian. I also study the interaction of linguistic codes at the level of writing systems
(bi-alphabetism). My newest line of research examines the effect of accent on understanding and
on memory in native speakers of American English and of Dutch. My students and I pursue these
questions using a variety of experimental techniques in the laboratory at the University at Albany,
SUNY and at Haskins in New Haven, CT where I am a senior scientist. Much of the work is
supported by NICHD and is conducted in collaboration with colleagues in China, Serbia, Israel
and The Netherlands.
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