Sarah C Kucker
Sarah C Kucker
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An MTurk crisis? Shifts in data quality and the impact on study results
M Chmielewski, SC Kucker
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (4), 464-473, 2020
What’s new? Children prefer novelty in referent selection
JS Horst, LK Samuelson, SC Kucker, B McMurray
Cognition 118 (2), 234-244, 2011
The first slow step: Differential effects of object and word‐form familiarization on retention of fast‐mapped words
SC Kucker, LK Samuelson
Infancy 17 (3), 295-323, 2012
Slowing down fast mapping: Redefining the dynamics of word learning
SC Kucker, B McMurray, LK Samuelson
Child Development Perspectives 9 (2), 74-78, 2015
Moving word learning to a novel space: A dynamic systems view of referent selection and retention
LK Samuelson, SC Kucker, JP Spencer
Cognitive Science 41, 52-72, 2017
Too much of a good thing: How novelty biases and vocabulary influence known and novel referent selection in 18‐month‐old children and associative learning models
SC Kucker, B McMurray, LK Samuelson
Cognitive science 42, 463-493, 2018
Reproducibility and a unifying explanation: Lessons from the shape bias
SC Kucker, LK Samuelson, LK Perry, H Yoshida, E Colunga, MG Lorenz, ...
Infant Behavior and Development 54, 156-165, 2019
Pushing the envelope of associative learning: Internal representations and dynamic competition transform association into development
B McMurray, L Zhao, SC Kucker, LK Samuelson
Theoretical and computational models of word learning: Trends in psychology …, 2013
Sometimes it is better to know less: How known words influence referent selection and retention in 18-to 24-month-old children
SC Kucker, B McMurray, LK Samuelson
Journal of experimental child psychology 189, 104705, 2020
The heterogeneity of word learning biases in late-talking children
LK Perry, SC Kucker
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 62 (3), 554-563, 2019
The role of vocabulary knowledge and novelty biases in word learning: Exploring referent selection and retention in 18-to 24-month-old children and associative models
SC Kucker
University of Iowa, 2013
Taking parent personality and child temperament into account in child language development
SC Kucker, C Zimmerman, M Chmielewski
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 39 (4), 540-565, 2021
Processes and pathways in development via digital media: Examples from word learning
SC Kucker
Infant Behavior and Development 63, 101559, 2021
The timescales of word learning in children with language delays: In-the-moment mapping, retention, and generalization
SC Kucker, E Seidler
Journal of Child Language, 1-29, 2022
Patterns of mutual exclusivity and retention: A study of monolingual and bilingual 2‐year‐olds
J Rocha‐Hidalgo, M Feller, OA Blanchfield, SC Kucker, RF Barr
Infancy 26 (6), 1011-1036, 2021
Object and word familiarization differentially boost retention in fast-mapping
SC Kucker, LK Samuelson
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 32 (32), 2010
Yes, but… We need reliability to advance infant work, but there's more to consider too: Important nuances of reliability and the need to include validity
SC Kucker, M Chmielewski
Infant and Child Development, e2325, 2022
Diversity in Children’s Temperament: Perspectives on Shyness in Interaction
NF Tolksdorf, FE Viertel, M Hilton, K Poole, S Kucker
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2022
Vocabulary Development and the Shape Bias in Children With Hearing Loss
LK Perry, AL Meltzer, SC Kucker
Journal of speech, language, and hearing research 64 (9), 3520-3532, 2021
When reading is harder than a mother kucker: Top-down effects of the taboo-ness on novel word pronunciation.
S Kucker, L Perry
CogSci, 2017
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