UCL Division of Psychology & Language Sciences UCL Division of Psychology & Language Sciences

Jyrki Tuomainen

Status: Senior Lecturer, PhD
Address: Room 319, Chandler House, University College London, 2 Wakefield Street, WC1N 2PF
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7679 4214
Email: j.tuomainen@ucl.ac.uk
Home page: http://web.abo.fi/~jtuomain/
Primary Research Dept.: Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences
Secondary Research Dept.: ICN
Interests: Neural basis of (audio-visual) speech perception and spoken word recognition

Taught Courses

Selected Publications

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7 publications found.

  • Simberg,S., Sala,E., Tuomainen,J., Ronnemaa,A-M. (2009). Vocal symptoms and allergy – A pilot study. Journal of Voice 23(1), 136-139. ISSN: 0892-1997 PubMed link [DOI link]
  • Lehtonen,M., Cunillera,T., Rodríguez-Fornells,A., Hultén,A., Tuomainen,J., Laine,M. (2007). Recognition of morphologically complex words in Finnish: evidence from event-related potentials. Brain Research 1148, 123-137. ISSN: 0006-8993 PubMed link [DOI link]
  • van Linden,S., Stekelenburg,J.J., Tuomainen,J., Vroomen,J. (2007). Lexical effects on auditory speech perception:An electrophysiological study. Neuroscience Letters 420, 49-52. ISSN: 0304-3940 [DOI link]
  • Möttönen,R., Calvert,G.A.,Jääskeläinen,I.P., Matthews,P.M., Thesen,T., Tuomainen,J., Sams,M. (2006). Perceiving identical sounds as speech or non-speech modulates activity in the left posterior superior temporal sulcus. Neuroimage 30(2), 563-569. ISSN: 1053-8119 PubMed link [DOI link]
  • Simberg,S., Sala,E., Tuomainen,J., Sellman,J.,Rönnemaa,A-M. (2006). The effectiveness of group therapy for students with mild voice disorders: A controlled clinical trial. Journal of Voice 20(1), 97-109. ISSN: 0892-1997 PubMed link [DOI link]
  • Tuomainen,J., Andersen,T.S., Tiippana,K., Sams,M. (2005). Audio-visual speech perception is special. Cognition 96(1), B13-B22. ISSN: 0010-0277 PubMed link [DOI link]
  • Hugdahl,K., Ek,M., Takio,F., Rintee,T., Tuomainen,J., Haarala,C.,Hämäläinen,H. (2004). Congenitally blind individuals show enhanced perceptual and attentional sensitivity to speech stimuli. Cognitive Brain Research 19, 28-32. ISSN: 0926-6410 PubMed link [DOI link]

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