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Arunachalam, S., A. Steele, T. Pelletier & R. Luyster
2024. Do focused interests support word learning? A study with autistic and nonautistic children. Autism Research 17:5  pp. 955 ff. DOI logo
Coffey, Joseph R., Margarita Zeitlin, Jean Crawford & Jesse Snedeker
2024. It’s All in the Interaction: Early Acquired Words Are Both Frequent and Highly Imageable. Open Mind 8  pp. 309 ff. DOI logo
WANG, Tianlin, Elie ChingYen YU, Rong HUANG & Jill LANY
2023. Acoustic cues to phrase and clause boundaries in infant-directed speech: Evidence from LENA recordings. Journal of Child Language  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Han, Mengru, Nivja H. de Jong & René Kager
2021. Language Specificity of Infant-directed Speech: Speaking Rate and Word Position in Word-learning Contexts. Language Learning and Development 17:3  pp. 221 ff. DOI logo
Rapin, Lucile & Lucie Ménard
2019. The Multimodal Perception of Contrastive Focus in French: A Developmental Study. Frontiers in Communication 3 DOI logo
Horvath, Sabrina, Elizabeth McDermott, Kathleen Reilly & Sudha Arunachalam
2018. Acquisition of Verb Meaning From Syntactic Distribution in Preschoolers With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools 49:3S  pp. 668 ff. DOI logo
Swingley, Daniel & Colman Humphrey
2018. Quantitative Linguistic Predictors of Infants’ Learning of Specific English Words. Child Development 89:4  pp. 1247 ff. DOI logo
Valleau, Matthew James, Haruka Konishi, Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek & Sudha Arunachalam
2018. An Eye-Tracking Study of Receptive Verb Knowledge in Toddlers. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 61:12  pp. 2917 ff. DOI logo
2017. Lexical tone variation and spoken word recognition in preschool children: effects of perceptual salience. Journal of Child Language 44:4  pp. 924 ff. DOI logo
Suttora, Chiara, Nicoletta Salerni, Paola Zanchi, Laura Zampini, Maria Spinelli & Mirco Fasolo
2017. Relationships between structural and acoustic properties of maternal talk and children’s early word recognition. First Language 37:6  pp. 612 ff. DOI logo
Knoeferle, Pia & Ernesto Guerra
2016. Visually Situated Language Comprehension. Language and Linguistics Compass 10:2  pp. 66 ff. DOI logo
Wewalaarachchi, Thilanga D. & Leher Singh
2016. Effects of Suprasegmental Phonological Alternations on Early Word Recognition: Evidence from Tone Sandhi. Frontiers in Psychology 7 DOI logo
Hendrickson, Kristi, Samantha Mitsven, Diane Poulin‐Dubois, Pascal Zesiger & Margaret Friend
2015. Looking and touching: what extant approaches reveal about the structure of early word knowledge. Developmental Science 18:5  pp. 723 ff. DOI logo
Simpson, Kate, Deb Keen & Janeen Lamb
2015. Teaching receptive labelling to children with autism spectrum disorder: A comparative study using infant-directed song and infant-directed speech. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability 40:2  pp. 126 ff. DOI logo
2013. 15‐month‐olds’ transfer of learning between touch screen and real‐world displays: language cues and cognitive loads. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 54:1  pp. 20 ff. DOI logo
Vivona, Jeanine M.
2012. Is There a Nonverbal Period of Development?. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 60:2  pp. 231 ff. DOI logo
Vivona, Jeanine M.
2019. The Interpersonal Words of the Infant: Implications of Current Infant Language Research for Psychoanalytic Theories of Infant Development, Language, and Therapeutic Action. The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 88:4  pp. 685 ff. DOI logo
Waxman, Sandra R. & Jeffrey L. Lidz
2007. Early World Learning. In Handbook of Child Psychology, DOI logo
Zangl, Renate & Anne Fernald
2007. Increasing Flexibility in Children's Online Processing of Grammatical and Nonce Determiners in Fluent Speech. Language Learning and Development 3:3  pp. 199 ff. DOI logo
Fernald, Anne & Nereyda Hurtado
2006. Names in frames: infants interpret words in sentence frames faster than words in isolation. Developmental Science 9:3 DOI logo
Naigles, Letitia R., Edith L. Bavin & Melissa A. Smith
2005. Toddlers recognize verbs in novel situations and sentences. Developmental Science 8:5  pp. 424 ff. DOI logo
Swingley, Daniel
2005. 11‐month‐olds’ knowledge of how familiar words sound. Developmental Science 8:5  pp. 432 ff. DOI logo
Swingley, Daniel
2011. The Looking‐While‐Listening Procedure. In Research Methods in Child Language,  pp. 29 ff. DOI logo

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