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2007How long does it take to learn a second language?Kirsner, K.; Bujalka, H.; Kapranov, O.; Dunn, J.
2003Temporal co-ordination: the lynch-pin of language productionKirsner, K.; Dunn, J.; Hird, K.; Hennessey, N.; International Seminar on Speech Production (6th : 2003 : Sydney, N.S.W.)
2002Time for a pauseKirsner, K.; Dunn, J.; Hird, K.; Parkin, T.; Clark, C.; Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (9th : 2002 : Melbourne, Vic.)
2003Fluency: Time for a paradigm shiftKirsner, K.; Dunn, J.; Hird, K.; DiSS '03: Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (2003 : Göteborg, Sweden)
2012What could cognitive neuroscience tell us about recognition memory?Kalish, M.; Dunn, J.
2010How to fit models of recognition memory data using maximum likelihoodDunn, J.
2018Evaluating signal detection models for eyewitness identificationKaesler, M.; Dunn, J.; Semmler, C.; Australian Mathematical Psychology Conference (AMPC) (13 Feb 2018 - 15 Feb 2018 : Perth, Western Australia)
2018Eyewitness Identification: a test of continous and discrete state accountsMcCormick, K.; Semmler, C.; Dunn, J.; Psychonomics International (10 May 2018 - 12 May 2018 : Amsterdam, Netherlands)
2008Who framed Roger Rabbit: The effect of legal role and frame on the outcome of civil disputesGilliland, V.; Dunn, J.; Navarro, D.; Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (30th : 2008 : Washington DC)
2008Decision making in civil disputes: The effects of legal role, frame, and perceived chance of winningGilliland, V.; Dunn, J.