Martin Zettersten
Martin Zettersten
postdoctoral research associate, Princeton University
Zweryfikowany adres z princeton.edu - Strona główna
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Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed speech preference
MB Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
882020
The role of social interaction and pedagogical cues for eliciting and reducing overimitation in preschoolers
S Hoehl, M Zettersten, H Schleihauf, S Grätz, S Pauen
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 122, 122-133, 2014
542014
Finding categories through words: More nameable features improve category learning
M Zettersten, G Lupyan
Cognition 196, 104135, 2020
21*2020
Building a collaborative psychological science: Lessons learned from ManyBabies 1.
K Byers-Heinlein, C Bergmann, C Davies, MC Frank, JK Hamlin, M Kline, ...
Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne 61 (4), 349, 2020
172020
Distributional semantics as a source of visual knowledge
M Lewis, M Zettersten, G Lupyan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (39), 19237-19238, 2019
162019
Sampling to learn words: Adults and children sample words that reduce referential ambiguity
M Zettersten, JR Saffran
Developmental Science 24 (3), e13064, 2021
82021
The company objects keep: Linking referents together during cross-situational word learning
M Zettersten, E Wojcik, VL Benitez, J Saffran
Journal of Memory and Language 99, 62-73, 2018
82018
Experience with research paradigms relates to infants’ direction of preference
C Santolin, G Garcia-Castro, M Zettersten, N Sebastian‐Galles, ...
Infancy, 2020
62020
Does vocabulary help structure the mind?
G Lupyan, M Zettersten
PsyArXiv, 2020
42020
The temporal structure of naming events differentially affects children’s and adults’ cross-situational word learning
VL Benitez, M Zettersten, E Wojcik
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 200, 104961, 2020
22020
What does a radical exemplar view not predict? A commentary on Ambridge (2020)
M Zettersten, C Schonberg, G Lupyan
First Language 40 (5-6), 636-639, 2020
22020
Learning by predicting: How predictive processing informs language development
M Zettersten
Patterns in Language and Linguistics: New Perspectives on a Ubiquitous …, 2019
22019
Word Frequency Can Affect What You Choose to Say.
M Koranda, M Zettersten, MC MacDonald
Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2018
12018
Good-enough production: Selecting easier words instead of more accurate ones
M Koranda, M Zettersten, M MacDonald
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Peekbank: Exploring children's word recognition through an open, large-scale repository for developmental eye-tracking data
M Zettersten, C Bergey, N Bhatt, V Boyce, M Braginsky, A Carstensen, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Improving the generalizability of infant psychological research: The ManyBabies model
I Visser, C Bergmann, K Byers-Heinlein, R Dal Ben, W Duch, S Forbes, ...
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2021
2021
ManyBabies5: A large-scale, collaborative investigation of the the Hunter & Ames Model of infant looking preference
J Kosie, M Zettersten, C Bergmann, D Amso, C Lew-Williams
the Virtual Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child …, 2021
2021
Tuning in to non-adjacencies: Exposure to learnable patterns supports discovering otherwise difficult structures
M Zettersten, CE Potter, JR Saffran
Cognition 202, 104283, 2020
2020
Developmental Changes in Children's Categorization of Facial Cues of Emotion.
K Woodard, M Zettersten, SD Pollak
CogSci, 2020
2020
Investigating the relationship between infant learning and measured effect size in preferential looking paradigms
M Zettersten, A Black, C Bergmann, D Bacon, H Weaver, J Saffran
the Virtual International Congress of Infant Studies (vICIS 2020), 2020
2020
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