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The relationship between toddlers’ preference for and learning from child- and adult-directed speech

Eiteljoerge, Outters, Schildknecht & 1 more
How do internal and external factors such as preference and caregiver input affect word learning in 18- to 24-month-old children? We tested 48 18- to ...

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Sequential Bayes Factor design in developmental research: studies on early word learning

This project containts the final data for each of the three experiments included in the manuscript "Sequential Bayes Factor designs in developmental r...

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Category-based word recognition and word learning in toddlers

Eiteljoerge, Kriukova & Mani
We investigated the influence of category size on word recognition and word learning in 2- and 3-year-olds.

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Auditory and orthographic influences on adult word recognition across modalities

Although infants acquire language with relative ease compared to adults, adults have the additional benefit of literacy in learning new languages. Mos...

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Maternal input and infants’ response to infant-directed speech

Caregivers typically use infant-directed speech (IDS), an exaggerated speech register in communication with infants. Infants prefer IDS over adult-dir...

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Individual differences in 7.5-month-olds’ novel word segmentation from maternal and unfamiliar voices

Starting in the mother’s womb, language learning benefits from maternal speech exposure (DeCasper & Spence, 1986). In addition, maternal speech ha...

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Familiar words facilitate segmentation of novel similar sounding words in 7-month-olds

Familiarity with a word-form has been identified as one source of information infants use in detecting and segmenting individual words from continuous...

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Semantic consistency of actions and word learning

This study investigates the influence of semantic consistency of actions on word learning. Is it easier to learn a word for an object, if the object a...

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BabyLex

BabyLex - a short-version of CDIs with high validity

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The impact of the quality of maternal speech on infants’ segmentation abilities

Across cultures, infants are typically addressed using a special speech register, called infant-directed speech (IDS). Infants appear to benefit from ...

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Age-related Differences in Expectation-based Novel Word Learning

Supplementary materials and figures

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Temporal dynamics in multimodal word-action-object learning in infancy

As early as six months of age, children learn and comprehend a handful of words and actions. Studies examining the factors underlying such learning ha...

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Unimodal word and action learning

Eiteljoerge, Elsner & Mani

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Retrospective inferences in selective trust


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The role of selective attention on word learning

Sia & Mani

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