Paquette-Smith, M., Buckler, H., & Johnson, E.K. (accepted). How sociolinguistic factors shape children’s subjective impressions of teacher quality. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. [pre-print]

Cooper, A., Paquette-Smith, M., Bordignon, C. & Johnson, E.K. (accepted). The influence of accent distance on perceptual adaptation in toddlers and adults. Language Learning and Development. [pre-print]

Paquette-Smith, M., Schertz, J., & Johnson, E.K. (2021). Comparing phonetic convergence in children and adults. Language and Speech. doi: 10.1177/00238309211013864. [link to journal] [.pdf]

Schertz, J., Paquette-Smith, M., & Johnson, E.K. (2021). The independent contribution of voice onset time to perceptual metrics of convergence. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America – Express Letters, 1(4). [link to journal]

Paquette-Smith, M.*, Cooper, A., & Johnson, E.K. (2020). Targeted adaptation in infants following live exposure to an accented talker. Journal of Child Language, [link to journal] [.pdf]

Paquette-Smith, M.*, Weiss, J.A., Dergal, J., Lake, J., Lunsky, Y. (2019) Predictors of health service use in adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder and aggression. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 68, 101418. doi: 10.1016/j.rasd.2019.101418 [link to journal]

Schertz, J., Paquette-Smith, M.*, & Johnson, E.K. (2019). The relationship between perceptual similarity and VOT convergence in a shadowing task. Proceedings of the International Conference on Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia. [.pdf]

Fecher, N., Paquette-Smith, M.* & Johnson E.K. (2019) Resolving the (apparent) talker recognition paradox in developmental speech perception. Infancy, 1-19. doi: 10.1111/infa.12290 [link to journal] [.pdf]

Paquette-Smith, M.*, Buckler, H., White, K.S., Choi, J. & Johnson E.K. (2019) The effect of accent exposure on children’s sociolinguistic evaluation of peers. Developmental Psychology. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/dev0000659. [link to journal] [.pdf]

van Heugten, M., Paquette-Smith, M.*, Krieger, D. & Johnson, E.K. (2018) Infants’ recognition of foreign-accented words: Flexible yet precise signal-to-word mapping strategies. Journal of Memory and Language, 100, 51-60. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2018.01.003 [link to journal] [pdf]

Lunsky, Y., Weiss, J. A., Paquette-Smith, M.*, Durbin, A., Tint, A., Palucka, A. & Bradley, E. (2017) Predictors of emergency department use by adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder: A prospective cohort study, BMJ Open, 7, e017377. doi:10.1136/ bmjopen-2017-017377. [link to journal] [pdf]

Paquette-Smith, M.*, Fecher, N. & Johnson, E.K. (2016) Two-year-olds’ sensitivity to subphonemic mismatch. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78, 2329–2340, doi:10.3758/s13414-016-1186-4. [link to journal] [pdf]

Paquette-Smith, M.* & Johnson, E.K. (2016) Toddlers’ use of grammatical and social cues to learn novel words. Language Learning and Development, 12, 328-337. [link to journal] [pdf]

Weiss, J. A., Tint, A., Paquette-Smith, M.*, & Lunsky, Y. (2016). Perceived self-efficacy in parents of adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder. Autism, 20, 425-434. [link to journal] [pdf]

Paquette-Smith, M.* & Johnson, E.K., (2015) I don’t like the tone of your voice: Infants use vocal affect to socially evaluate others, Infancy, 21, 104-121.  [link to journal] [pdf]

Paquette-Smith, M.* & Johnson, E.K. (2015) Spanish-accented English is Spanish to English-learning 5-month-olds. Proceedings of 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 18. [pdf]

Paquette-Smith, M.*, Weiss, J., & Lunsky, Y. (2014) History of suicide attempts in adults with Asperger syndrome, Crisis, 35, 273-277. [link to journal] [pdf]

Lunsky, Y., Paquette-Smith, M.*, Weiss, J. & Lee, J. (2014) Predictors of emergency service use in adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder living with family. Emergency Medicine Journal, 32, 787-92. doi: 10.1136/emermed-2014-204015. [link to journal] [pdf]

Milovanov A., Paquette-Smith, M.*, Lunsky, Y., & Weiss, J. (2013) Prevalence and types of significant life events experienced by adults with Asperger syndrome, Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 19(2), 50-54. [pdf]