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Developmental Psycholinguistics: On-line methods in children’s language processing
Edited by Irina A. Sekerina, Eva M. Fernández and Harald Clahsen
[Language Acquisition and Language Disorders 44] 2008
► pp. 7396
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2011. Narrative comprehension and production in children with SLI: An eye movement study. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 25:9  pp. 767 ff. DOI logo
Andreu, Llorenç & Mònica Sanz-Torrent
2017. The Visual World Paradigm in Children with Spoken Language Disorders. In Eye-Tracking Technology Applications in Educational Research [Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design, ],  pp. 262 ff. DOI logo
Arunachalam, Sudha
2013. Experimental Methods for Linguists. Language and Linguistics Compass 7:4  pp. 221 ff. DOI logo
Babineau, Mireille, Naomi Havron, Isabelle Dautriche, Alex de Carvalho & Anne Christophe
2023. Learning to predict and predicting to learn: Before and beyond the syntactic bootstrapper. Language Acquisition 30:3-4  pp. 337 ff. DOI logo
Berman, Jared M. J., Melanie Khu, Ian Graham & Susan A. Graham
2013. ELIA: A software application for integrating spoken language and eye movements. Behavior Research Methods 45:3  pp. 646 ff. DOI logo
Borovsky, Arielle
2022. Drivers of Lexical Processing and Implications for Early Learning. Annual Review of Developmental Psychology 4:1  pp. 21 ff. DOI logo
Christou, Spyros, Monica Sanz‐Torrent, Carmen J. Coloma, Ernesto Guerra, Claudia Araya & Llorenç Andreu
2021. Real‐time comprehension of Spanish prepositions and prepositional locutions in bilingual children with developmental language disorder: A study based on eye‐movement evidence. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 56:1  pp. 51 ff. DOI logo
Clackson, Kaili & Vera Heyer
2014. Reflexive anaphor resolution in spoken language comprehension: structural constraints and beyond. Frontiers in Psychology 5 DOI logo
Clahsen, Harald, Sabrina Gerth, Vera Heyer & Esther Schott
2015. Morphology constrains native and non-native word formation in different ways . The Mental Lexicon 10:1  pp. 53 ff. DOI logo
Conklin, Kathy, Ana Pellicer-Sánchez & Gareth Carrol
2018. Eye-Tracking, DOI logo
Erel, Yotam, Christine E. Potter, Sagi Jaffe‐Dax, Casey Lew‐Williams & Amit H. Bermano
2022. iCatcher: A neural network approach for automated coding of young children's eye movements. Infancy 27:4  pp. 765 ff. DOI logo
Feng, Gary
2011. Eye Tracking: A Brief Guide for Developmental Researchers. Journal of Cognition and Development 12:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Gambi, Chiara, Priya Jindal, Sophie Sharpe, Martin J. Pickering & Hugh Rabagliati
2021. The Relation Between Preschoolers’ Vocabulary Development and Their Ability to Predict and Recognize Words. Child Development 92:3  pp. 1048 ff. DOI logo
Jincho, Nobuyuki, Hiroaki Oishi & Reiko Mazuka
2019. Developmental Changes in the Utilization of Referential Visual Context during Sentence Comprehension: Eye Movement and Pupil Dilation Evidence from Children and Adults. Language Learning and Development 15:4  pp. 350 ff. DOI logo
Ju, Narae, Natalie Williams, Julie Sedivy, Craig G. Chambers & Susan A. Graham
2023. Preschoolers modulate contrastive inferences during online language comprehension. Child Development 94:5  pp. 1319 ff. DOI logo
Kail, Michèle
2021. Adaptive functions of neurobehavioral plasticity in language learning and processing. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 12:1  pp. 20 ff. DOI logo
Kail, Michèle & Philippe Bonnet
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2012. On-line sentence processing in Swedish: cross-linguistic developmental comparisons with French. Journal of Child Language 39:1  pp. 28 ff. DOI logo
Kaplan, Elizabeth, Tatyana Levari & Jesse Snedeker
2017. Eye Tracking and Spoken Language Comprehension. In Eye-Tracking Technology Applications in Educational Research [Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design, ],  pp. 88 ff. DOI logo
Kaplan, Elizabeth, Tatyana Levari & Jesse Snedeker
2019. Eye Tracking and Spoken Language Comprehension. In Early Childhood Development,  pp. 642 ff. DOI logo
Macdonald, Ross, Silke Brandt, Anna Theakston, Elena Lieven & Ludovica Serratrice
2020. The Role of Animacy in Children's Interpretation of Relative Clauses in English: Evidence From Sentence–Picture Matching and Eye Movements. Cognitive Science 44:8 DOI logo
Omaki, Akira & Jeffrey Lidz
2015. Linking Parser Development to Acquisition of Syntactic Knowledge. Language Acquisition 22:2  pp. 158 ff. DOI logo
Owens, Sarah J. & Susan A. Graham
2016. Thee, uhh disfluency effect in preschoolers: A cue to discourse status. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 34:3  pp. 388 ff. DOI logo
OWENS, Sarah J., Justine M. THACKER & Susan A. GRAHAM
2018. Disfluencies signal reference to novel objects for adults but not children. Journal of Child Language 45:3  pp. 581 ff. DOI logo
Peters, Ryan E., Justin B. Kueser & Arielle Borovsky
2021. Perceptual Connectivity Influences Toddlers’ Attention to Known Objects and Subsequent Label Processing. Brain Sciences 11:2  pp. 163 ff. DOI logo
Schipke, Christine S., Maja Stegenwallner-Schütz & Flavia Adani
2024. Underpinning the On-Line Processing of (Non-)Canonical Sentences in German-Speaking Four-Year-Olds: The Interplay of Cognitive Control and Memory Capacity. Language Learning and Development  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Sekerina, Irina A.
Swingley, Daniel
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Theimann, Ane, Ekaterina Kuzmina & Pernille Hansen
2021. Verb-Mediated Prediction in Bilingual Toddlers. Frontiers in Psychology 12 DOI logo
Zhou, Peng, Weiyi Ma & Likan Zhan
2020. A deficit in using prosodic cues to understand communicative intentions by children with autism spectrum disorders: An eye-tracking study. First Language 40:1  pp. 41 ff. DOI logo
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