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Engelmann, F., Kolak, J., Vihman, V., Granlund, S., Ambridge, B., Pine, J., Theakston, A., Lieven, E. (2018). How the input shapes the acquisition of inflectional morphology: Computational modelling across three highly inflected languages. In Proceedings of the 24th AMLaP conference, Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing, Berlin, Germany.
Engelmann, F., Kolak, J., Vihman, V., Granlund, S., Ambridge, B., Pine, J., Theakston, A., Lieven, E. (2018). How the input shapes the acquisition of verb and noun morphology: neural network modelling across three highly inflected languages. Paper presented at Learning Language in Humans and in Machines (L2HM) Workshop Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.
Jessop, A. & Chang F. (2018). Difficulties tracking role-referent switches can help to explain the subject/object relative clause asymmetry. Talk presented at the Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing Conference. Berlin, Germany
Tatsumi, T., Ambridge, B. & Pine, J. M. (2018). Disentangling effects of input frequency and morphophonological complexity on children's acquisition of verb inflection: An elicited production study of Japanese. Cognitive Science 42, 555-577
Tatsumi, T., Ambridge, B. & Pine, J. M. (2018). Testing an input-based account of children’s errors with inflectional morphology: An elicited production study of Japanese. Journal of Child Language, 45(5), 1144-1173.
De Ruiter, L., Narasimhan, B., Chen, J., Lack, J. (2018). Children's use of prosody and word order to indicate information status in English noun phrase conjuncts. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America 40(3), 1-9.
Boundy, L., Cameron-Faulkner, T. and Theakston, A. (2018). Intention or Attention Before Pointing: Do Infants’ Early Holdout Gestures Reflect Evidence of a Declarative Motive? Infancy. DOI: 10.1111/infa.12267
Sirri, L., Parise, E., Reid, V. (2018). Infant-directed-speech enhances neural activity during face perception. Poster presented at the 21st biennial meeting of the International Conference of Infant Studies, Philadelphia, USA.
Reid, V.M., Lunn, J., & Kaduk, K. (in press) (2018). Links between action perception and action production in 10-week-old infants. Neuropsychologia
Savičiūtė, E., Ambridge, B. & Pine, J. M. (2018). The roles of word-form frequency and phonological neighbourhood density in the acquisition of Lithuanian noun morphology: An elicitation study of familiar and novel Lithuanian nouns. Journal of Child Language, 45(3), 641-672.
Brandt, S. (2018). Putting complex sentences into context: Interactions between children's understanding of false belief and their comprehension and production of complement clauses. Presented at Language in Mind and Brain, Munich.
Gobet, F. (2018). A Chunk is a Chunk is a Chunk. Talk at meeting La fête du chunk. Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France.