Anne Pycha

Associate Professor, Dept. Chair
 Johnston Hall 124

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PhD, Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley
BA, Religious Studies, Brown University

Research Interests

Phonology and its interfaces with phonetics and morphology

Courses Offered

Linguis 440 – Psycholinguistics
Linguis 460 – Introductory Phonology
Linguis 560 – Advanced Phonology
Linguis 590 – Morphology
Linguis 802 – Laboratory Phonology

Other Activities

Director, UWM Phonology Lab, Johnston Hall G32

Selected Publications

Cohn, M., Pycha, A., & Zellou, G. (In Progress). Intelligibility of face-masked speech depends on speaking style: Comparing casual, smiled, and clear speech. Cognition.
Pycha, A. (In Progress). Phonological and morphological roles modulate the perception of consonant variants. Linguistics Vanguard.
Pycha, A. (2017). False memory rates for morphologically simple versus complex words in English. The Mental Lexicon, 12(1), 71-106.
Pycha, A. (2016, September). Co-articulatory cues for communication: An investigation of five environments. Language and Speech, 59, 364-386.
Pycha, A. (2016, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). False memories for varying and non-varying words in American English. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience, 1-16.
Pycha, A. (2015, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Listeners perceive prefixes differently: Evidence from a noise-rating task. Word Structure, 8(1), 53-83.
Pycha, A. (2015, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Subjective perception of affixation: A test case from Spanish. Lingua, 159, 47-69.
Pycha, A. (2009). Lengthened affricates as a test case for the phonetics-phonology interface. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 39(1), 1-31.