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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
http://www.wiley.com

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
388-395)
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

Commentaries
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

Papers
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
453-463)
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
                            Psycholinguistics
                            Cognitive Science
                            Neurolinguistics

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