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Astrid Schepman
Astrid Schepman
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Chester
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Constant “segmental anchoring” of movements under changes in speech rate
DR Ladd, D Faulkner, H Faulkner, A Schepman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 106 (3), 1543-1554, 1999
3071999
Phonological conditioning of peak alignment in rising pitch accents in Dutch
DR Ladd, I Mennen, A Schepman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 107 (5), 2685-2696, 2000
2882000
“Sagging transitions” between high pitch accents in English: Experimental evidence
DR Ladd, A Schepman
Journal of phonetics 31 (1), 81-112, 2003
2272003
Initial validation of the general attitudes towards Artificial Intelligence Scale
A Schepman, P Rodway
Computers in Human Behavior Reports 1 (1), 2020
1842020
Effects of vowel length and “right context” on the alignment of Dutch nuclear accents
A Schepman, R Lickley, DR Ladd
Journal of Phonetics 34 (1), 1-28, 2006
1312006
An observational study of undergraduate students’ adoption of (mobile) note-taking software
A Schepman, P Rodway, C Beattie, J Lambert
Computers in human behavior 28 (2), 308-317, 2012
1292012
Structural and dialectal effects on pitch peak alignment in two varieties of British English
DR Ladd, A Schepman, L White, LM Quarmby, R Stackhouse
Journal of Phonetics 37 (2), 145-161, 2009
1182009
Alignment of L and H in bitonal pitch accents: testing two hypotheses
LC Dilley, DR Ladd, A Schepman
Journal of Phonetics 33 (1), 115-119, 2005
832005
Alignment of “phrase accent” lows in Dutch falling rising questions: Theoretical and methodological implications
RJ Lickley, A Schepman, DR Ladd
Language and Speech 48 (2), 157-183, 2005
812005
Vocal emotion perception in pseudo-sentences by secondary-school children with autism spectrum disorder
R Brennand, A Schepman, P Rodway
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 5 (4), 1567-1573, 2011
532011
Preferring the one in the middle: Further evidence for the centre‐stage effect
P Rodway, A Schepman, J Lambert
Applied Cognitive Psychology 26 (2), 215-222, 2012
522012
Vivid imagers are better at detecting salient changes
P Rodway, K Gillies, A Schepman
Journal of Individual Differences 27 (4), 218-228, 2006
492006
Shared liking and association valence for representational art but not abstract art
A Schepman, P Rodway, SJ Pullen, J Kirkham
Journal of vision 15 (5), 11-11, 2015
452015
The General Attitudes towards Artificial Intelligence Scale (GAAIS): Confirmatory validation and associations with personality, corporate distrust, and general trust
A Schepman, P Rodway
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 39 (13), 2724-2741, 2023
442023
Prosody and parsing in coordination structures
A Schepman, P Rodway
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 53 (2), 377-396, 2000
402000
The roles of personality traits, AI anxiety, and demographic factors in attitudes toward artificial intelligence
F Kaya, F Aydin, A Schepman, P Rodway, O Yetişensoy, M Demir Kaya
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 40 (2), 497-514, 2024
392024
Valence specific laterality effects in prosody: Expectancy account and the effects of morphed prosody and stimulus lead
P Rodway, A Schepman
Brain and cognition 63 (1), 31-41, 2007
362007
The development of shared liking of representational but not abstract art in primary school children and their justifications for liking
P Rodway, J Kirkham, A Schepman, J Lambert, A Locke
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 21, 2016
282016
The influence of position and context on facial attractiveness
P Rodway, A Schepman, J Lambert
Acta Psychologica 144 (3), 522-529, 2013
212013
Greater cross-viewer similarity of semantic associations for representational than for abstract artworks
A Schepman, P Rodway, SJ Pullen
Journal of vision 15 (14), 12-12, 2015
202015
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