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Lloyd-Kelly, M., Gobet, F. & Lane, P. (2015). Be-Bop-A-Lula: A CHREST model of infant word segmentation. Poster presented at the Fifth Implicit Learning Seminar, Lancaster University. Lancaster: UK.
Delle Luche, C., Durrant, S., Poltrock, S., Floccia, C. (2015). A methodological investigation of the Intermodal Preferential Looking paradigm: Methods of analyses, picture selection and data rejection criteria. Infant Behaviour and Development, 40, 151-72
Ambridge, B. (2015). Island constraints and overgeneralization in language acquisition Cognitive Linguistics, 26(2), 361-370
Blything, R., Ambridge, B., Lieven, E. (2015). Children Use Statistics and Semantics in the Retreat from Overgeneralization PLoS ONE, 9, 10
Frost, R. L. A. & Monaghan, P. (2015). Sleep-driven computations in speech processing. Poster presented at the New Directions in Implicit and Explicit Language Learning symposium, Lancaster, UK.
Michel, C., Stets, M., Parise, E., Reid, V. M., Striano, T., and Hoehl, S. (2015). Theta- and alpha-band EEG activity in response to eye gaze cues in early infancy. NeuroImage 118, 576-583
Domínguez-Martínez E, Parise E, Strandvall T, Reid VM (2015). The Fixation Distance to the Stimulus Influences ERP Quality: An EEG and Eye Tracking N400 Study. PLoS ONE 10(7).
Kampis, D., Parise, E., Csibra, G. and Kovács, Á. M. (2015). Neural signatures for sustaining object representations attributed to others in preverbal human infants. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 282 (1819):20151683. doi:10.1098/rspb.2015.1683.
Brandt, S., Lieven, E., & Tomasello, M. (2015). German children’s Use of Word Order and Case Marking to Interpret Simple and Complex Sentences: Testing Differences Between Constructions and Lexical Items, Language Learning and Development DOI: 10.1080/15475441.2015.1052448
Frost, R. L. A. & Monaghan, P. (2015). How do high frequency words assist language acquisition in infant and adult learners? Talk presented at the First Annual LuCiD Language and Communicative Development Conference. Liverpool, UK.
Lieven, E. (2015). Other cultures, other languages. Talk given 8 November, Manchester Museum.
Theakston, & Koymen, B. (2015). Getting ready for school. Talk given 8 November, Manchester Museum.