Michael H. Goldstein
Michael H. Goldstein
Associate Professor of Psychology, Cornell University
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Social interaction shapes babbling: Testing parallels between birdsong and speech
MH Goldstein, AP King, MJ West
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (13), 8030-8035, 2003
Social feedback to infants' babbling facilitates rapid phonological learning
MH Goldstein, JA Schwade
Psychological science 19 (5), 515-523, 2008
Mothers provide differential feedback to infants' prelinguistic sounds
J Gros-Louis, MJ West, MH Goldstein, AP King
International Journal of Behavioral Development 30 (6), 509-516, 2006
The value of vocalizing: Five‐month‐old infants associate their own noncry vocalizations with responses from caregivers
MH Goldstein, JA Schwade, MH Bornstein
Child development 80 (3), 636-644, 2009
General cognitive principles for learning structure in time and space
MH Goldstein, HR Waterfall, A Lotem, JY Halpern, JA Schwade, L Onnis, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 14 (6), 249-258, 2010
Learning while babbling: Prelinguistic object‐directed vocalizations indicate a readiness to learn
MH Goldstein, J Schwade, J Briesch, S Syal
Infancy 15 (4), 362-391, 2010
Overheard cell-phone conversations: When less speech is more distracting
LL Emberson, G Lupyan, MH Goldstein, MJ Spivey
Psychological science 21 (10), 1383-1388, 2010
Consistent responses of human mothers to prelinguistic infants: The effect of prelinguistic repertoire size.
MH Goldstein, MJ West
Journal of Comparative Psychology 113 (1), 52, 1999
Non‐vocal shaping of avian song development: Parallels to human speech development
AP King, MJ West, MH Goldstein
Ethology 111 (1), 101-117, 2005
From birds to words: Perception of structure in social interactions guides vocal development and language learning.
MH Goldstein, JA Schwade
Oxford University Press, 2010
Habituation, sensitization, and infants' responses to motherse speech
PS Kaplan, MH Goldstein, ER Huckeby, RP Cooper
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 1995
Dishabituation of visual attention by infant-versus adult-directed speech: Effects of frequency modulation and spectral composition
PS Kaplan, MH Goldstein, ER Huckeby, MJ Owren, RP Cooper
Infant Behavior and Development 18 (2), 209-223, 1995
Juvenile zebra finches learn the underlying structural regularities of their fathers’ song
O Menyhart, O Kolodny, MH Goldstein, TJ DeVoogd, S Edelman
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 571, 2015
The social functions of babbling: acoustic and contextual characteristics that facilitate maternal responsiveness
RR Albert, JA Schwade, MH Goldstein
Developmental science 21 (5), e12641, 2018
Female social feedback reveals non-imitative mechanisms of vocal learning in zebra finches
S Carouso-Peck, MH Goldstein
Current Biology 29 (4), 631-636. e3, 2019
Statistical-sequential learning in development
JB Misyak, MH Goldstein, MH Christiansen
Statistical learning and language acquisition, 13-54, 2012
The ecology of prelinguistic vocal learning: Parents simplify the structure of their speech in response to babbling
SL Elmlinger, JA Schwade, MH Goldstein
Journal of child language 46 (5), 998-1011, 2019
Long-lasting and sex-specific consequences of elevated egg yolk testosterone for social behavior in Japanese quail
C Schweitzer, MH Goldstein, NJ Place, E Adkins-Regan
Hormones and behavior 63 (1), 80-87, 2013
Individual differences in measures of linguistic experience account for variability in the sentence processing skill of five-year-olds
SE Anderson, TA Farmer, M Goldstein, J Schwade, M Spivey, I Arnon, ...
Experience, variation, and generalization: Learning a first language 7, 203-221, 2011
Singing, socializing, and the music effect
MJ West, AP King, MH Goldstein
Nature’s music: the science of birdsong. Elsevier, London, 374-387, 2004
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