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Krajewski, G., Lieven, E. (2014). Competing cues in early syntactic development. In Competing motivations in grammar and usage (eds. B. MacWhinney, A. Malchukov & E. Moravcsik), Oxford Scholarship Online.
Delle Luche, C., Durrant, S., Floccia, C., Plunkett, K. (2014). Implicit meaning in 18-month-old toddlers. Developmental Science, 17(6), 948-955.
Grunloh, T., Lieven, E., Tomasello, M. (2014). Young children's intonational marking of new, given and contrastive referents. Language Learning and Development 11(2), 95-127.
Fagard, J., Sirri, L., & Rämä, P. (2014). Effect of handedness on the occurrence of semantic N400 priming effect in 18- and 24-month-old children. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1-8.
Koymen, B., Lieven, E., Engemann, D., Rakoczy, H., Warneken, F., Tomasello, M. (2014). Children's norm enforcement in their interactions with their peers. Child Development 85(3), 1108-1122.
Helo, A., Sirri, L., Pannasch, S., & Rämä, P. (2014). The maturation of eye movement behavior: scene viewing characteristics in children and adults. Vision Research, 103, 83-91.
Ambridge, B., Noble, C., Lieven, E. (2014). The semantics of the transitive causative construction: Evidence from a forced-choice pointing study with adults and children. Cognitive Linguistics 25(2) p.293-311.
Choisdealbha, A., Reid, V. (2014). The developmental cognitive neuroscience of action: semantics, motor resonance and social processing. Experimental Brain Research 232(6), 1585-1597.
Hoehl, S., Michel, C., Reid, V., Parise, E., Striano, T. (2014). Eye contact during live social interaction modulates infants' oscillatory brain activity. Social Neuroscience 9(3), 300-308.
Jones, G., Gobet, F., Freudenthal, D., Watson, S. E. & Pine, J. M. (2014). Why computational models are better than verbal theories: the case of nonword repetition. Developmental Science, 17(2) 298-310.
Austin, K., Theakston, A., Lieven, E., tomasello, M. (2014). Young children's understanding of denial. Developmental Psychology 50(8), 2061-2070.
Koymen, B., Schmerse, D., Lieven, E., Tomasello, M. (2014). Young children create partner-specific referential pacts with peers. Developmental Psychology, 50(10), 2334-2342.