Katharine Graf Estes
Katharine Graf Estes
Department of Psychology, University of California, Davis
Zweryfikowany adres z ucdavis.edu
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Can infants map meaning to newly segmented words? Statistical segmentation and word learning
KG Estes, JL Evans, MW Alibali, JR Saffran
Psychological science 18 (3), 254-260, 2007
5222007
Differences in the nonword repetition performance of children with and without specific language impairment: A meta-analysis
KG Estes, JL Evans, NM Else-Quest
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2007
4902007
Linking sounds to meanings: Infant statistical learning in a natural language
JF Hay, B Pelucchi, KG Estes, JR Saffran
Cognitive psychology 63 (2), 93-106, 2011
1912011
The link between statistical segmentation and word learning in adults
D Mirman, JS Magnuson, KG Estes, JA Dixon
Cognition 108 (1), 271-280, 2008
1462008
Infant‐directed prosody helps infants map sounds to meanings
K Graf Estes, K Hurley
Infancy 18 (5), 797-824, 2013
1082013
Perception of conversations: the importance of semantics and intonation in children’s development
A Keitel, W Prinz, AD Friederici, C von Hofsten, MM Daum
Journal of experimental child psychology 116 (2), 264-277, 2013
92*2013
Phonotactic constraints on infant word learning
K Graf Estes, J Edwards, JR Saffran
Infancy 16 (2), 180-197, 2011
832011
From flexibility to constraint: The contrastive use of lexical tone in early word learning
JF Hay, K Graf Estes, T Wang, JR Saffran
Child development 86 (1), 10-22, 2015
682015
Flexibility in bilingual infants' word learning
K Graf Estes, JF Hay
Child development 86 (5), 1371-1385, 2015
592015
Listening through voices: Infant statistical word segmentation across multiple speakers.
KG Estes, C Lew-Williams
Developmental psychology 51 (11), 1517, 2015
512015
Learning across languages: Bilingual experience supports dual language statistical word segmentation
DM Antovich, K Graf Estes
Developmental Science 21 (2), e12548, 2018
452018
Mapping sound to meaning: Connections between learning about sounds and learning about words.
JR Saffran, KG Estes
Elsevier Academic Press, 2006
402006
Computational modeling of statistical learning: Effects of transitional probability versus frequency and links to word learning
D Mirman, K Graf Estes, JS Magnuson
Infancy 15 (5), 471-486, 2010
292010
Infants generalize representations of statistically segmented words
K Graf Estes
Frontiers in psychology 3, 447, 2012
282012
Finding patterns and learning words: Infant phonotactic knowledge is associated with vocabulary size
KG Estes, SCW Gluck, KJ Grimm
Journal of experimental child psychology 146, 34-49, 2016
262016
Infant statistical-learning ability is related to real-time language processing
J Lany, A Shoaib, A Thompson, KG Estes
Journal of child language 45 (2), 368-391, 2018
242018
Domain general learning: Infants use social and non-social cues when learning object statistics
RA Barry, K Graf Estes, SM Rivera
Frontiers in psychology 6, 551, 2015
222015
Statistically coherent labels facilitate categorization in 8-month-olds
LC Erickson, ED Thiessen, KG Estes
Journal of Memory and Language 72, 49-58, 2014
212014
Infants with Williams syndrome detect statistical regularities in continuous speech
CH Cashon, OR Ha, KG Estes, JR Saffran, CB Mervis
Cognition 154, 165-168, 2016
202016
Learning builds on learning: Infants’ use of native language sound patterns to learn words
KG Estes
Journal of experimental child psychology 126, 313-327, 2014
122014
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