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Tue Sep 08 2009

TOC: Developmental Science 12/3 (2009)

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        1.    Audrey Gill, Developmental Science Vol 12, No 3 (2009)

Message 1: Developmental Science Vol 12, No 3 (2009)
Date: 23-Jun-2009
From: Audrey Gill <agillwiley.com>
Subject: Developmental Science Vol 12, No 3 (2009)
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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Journal Title: Developmental Science
Volume Number: 12
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: 2009

Main Text:

Fast-Track Report
Priming third-party ostracism increases affiliative imitation in children (p F1-F8)
Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter

Special Section: Core Computational Principles of Language Acquisition: Can
Statistical Learning do the Job
Core computational principles of language acquisition: Can statistical learning
do the job? Introduction to Special Section (p 365-368)
Bob McMurray, George Hollich

Statistical learning of phonetic categories: Insights from a computational
approach (p 369-378)
Bob McMurray, Richard N. Aslin, Joseph C. Toscano

Comparing infants' preference for correlated audiovisual speech with
signal-level computational models (p 379-387)
George Hollich, Christopher G. Prince

The secret is in the sound: From unsegmented speech to lexical categories (p
Morten H. Christiansen, Luca Onnis, Stephen A. Hockema

Categorizing words using 'frequent frames': What cross-linguistic analyses
reveal about distributional acquisition strategies (p 396-406)
Emmanuel Chemla, Toben H. Mintz, Savita Bernal, Anne Christophe

A core principle of studying language acquisition: It's a developmental system
(p 407-409)
Larissa K. Samuelson

The learner as statistician: Three principles of computational success in
language acquisition (p 409-411)
Melanie Soderstrom, Erin Conwell, Naomi Feldman, James Morgan

Fourteen-month-old infants learn similar-sounding words (p 412-418)
Katherine A. Yoshida, Christopher T. Fennell, Daniel Swingley, Janet F. Werker

French-learning toddlers use gender information on determiners during word
recognition (p 419-425)
Marieke van Heugten, Rushen Shi

Choosing your informant: weighing familiarity and recent accuracy (p 426-437)
Kathleen Corriveau, Paul L. Harris

The development of change blindness: Children's attentional priorities whilst
viewing naturalistic scenes (p 438-445)
S. Fletcher-Watson, J.M. Collis, J.M. Findlay, S.R. Leekam

Plasticity of ability to form cross-modal representations in infant Japanese
macaques (p 446-452)
Ikuma Adachi, Hiroko Kuwahata, Kazuo Fujita, Masaki Tomonaga, Tetsuro Matsuzawa

The relative salience of discrete and continuous quantity in young infants (p
Sara Cordes, Elizabeth M. Brannon

The race that precedes coactivation: Development of multisensory facilitation in
children (p 464-473)
Ayla Barutchu, David P Crewther, Sheila G. Crewther

Increasing convergence between imagined and executed movement across
development: Evidence for the emergence of movement representations (p 474-483)
Karen Caeyenberghs, Peter H. Wilson, Dominique van Roon, Stephan P. Swinnen,
Bouwien C.M. Smits-Engelsman

Synaesthesia: Learned or lost? (p 484-491)
Roi Cohen Kadosh, Avishai Henik, Vincent Walsh

Face processing at birth: A Thatcher illusion study (p 492-498)
Irene Leo, Francesca Simion

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                            Cognitive Science

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