No data available.
Please log in to see this content.
You have no subscription access to this content.
No metrics data to plot.
The attempt to load metrics for this article has failed.
The attempt to plot a graph for these metrics has failed.
A perceptual equivalent of the labial-coronal effect in the first year of life
1.Bertoncini, J. , Floccia, C. , Nazzi, T. , and Mehler, J. (1995). “Morae and syllables: Rhythmical basis of speech representation in neonates,” Lang Speech 38, 311–329.
2.Bijeljac-Babic, R. , Bertoncini, J. , and Mehler, J. (1993). “How do -old infants categorize multisyllabic utterances?,” Int. J. Geriatr. Psychiatry 29, 711–721.
4.Friederici, A. D. , and Wessels, J. M. I. (1993). “Phonotactic knowledge and its use in infant speech perception,” Percept. Psychophys. 54, 287–295.
5.Galantucci, B. , Fowler, C. A. , and Turvey, M. T. (2006). “The motor theory of speech perception reviewed,” Psychon. Bull. Rev. 13, 742–742.
6.Gout, A. (2001). “Etapes précoces de l’acquisition du lexique (Early steps in lexical acquisition),” Ph.D. thesis, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France.
7.Höhle, B. , and Weissenborn, J. (2003). “German-learning infants’ ability to detect unstressed closed-class elements in continuous speech,” Dev. Sci. 6, 122–127.
8.Höhle, B. , Bijeljac-Babic, R. , Herold, B. , Weissenborn, J. , and Nazzi, T. (2009). “Language specific prosodic preferences during the first half year of life: Evidence from German and French infants,” Infant Behav. Dev. 32, 262–274.
9.Houston, D. M. , Santelmann, L. M. , and Jusczyk, P. W. (2004). “English-learning infants’ segmentation of trisyllabic words from fluent speech,” Lang. Cognit. Processes 19, 97–136.
10.Ingram, D. (1974). “Fronting in child phonology,” J. Child Lang i, 233–241.
11.Jusczyk, P. W. (1997). The Discovery of Spoken Language (MIT, Cambridge, MA).
13.Jusczyk, P. W. , Cutler, A. , and Redanz, N. (1993a). “Preference for the predominant stress patterns of English words,” Child Dev. 64, 675–687.
14.Jusczyk, P. W. , Friederici, A. D. , Wessels, J. , Svenkerud, V. Y. , and Jusczyk, A. M. (1993b). “Infants’ sensitivity to the sound patterns of native language words,” J. Mem. Lang. 32, 402–420.
15.Jusczyk, P. W. , Luce, P. A. , and Charles-Luce, J. (1994). “Infants’ sensitivity to phonotactic patterns in the native language,” J. Mem. Lang. 33, 630–645.
16.Kajikawa, S. , Fais, L. , Mugitani, R. , Werker, J. F. , and Amano, S. (2006). “Cross-language sensitivity to phonotactic patterns in infants,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 120, 2278–2284.
17.Kuhl, P. K. , Williams, K. A. , Lacerda, F. , Stevens, K. N. , and Lindbolm, B. (1992). “Linguistic experience alters phonetic perception in infants by of age,” Science 255, 606–608.
18.MacNeilage, P. F. , and Davis, B. L. (2000). “The motor core of speech: A comparison of serial organization patterns in Infants and languages,” Child Dev. 71, 153–163.
21.Mugitani, R. , Fais, L. , Kajikawa, S. , Werker, J. F. , and Amano, S. (2007). “Age-related changes in sensitivity to native phonotactics in Japanese infants,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 122, 1332–1335.
22.Nazzi, T. , Jusczyk, P. W. , and Johnson, E. K. (2000). “Language discrimination by English learning -olds: Effects of rhythm and familiarity,” J. Mem. Lang. 43, 1–19.
23.Nazzi, T. , Dilley, L. C. , Jusczyk, A. M. , Shattuck-Hunagel, S. , and Jusczyk, P. W. (2005). “English-learning infants’ segmentation of verbs from fluent speech,” Lang Speech 48, 279–298.
24.Nazzi, T. , Gonzalez-Gomez, N. , Bijeljac-Babic, R. , and Bertoncini, J. (2009). “Learning of non-adjacent phonological dependencies in the first year of life,” poster presented at the Biennal Meeting of Society for the Research on Child Development, Denver CO.
25.Nazzi, T. , Iakimova, I. , Bertoncini, J. , Frédonie, S. , and Alcantara, C. (2006). “Early segmentation of fluent speech by infants acquiring French: Emerging evidence for crosslinguistic differences,” J. Mem. Lang. 54, 283–299.
26.Nazzi, T. , Mersad, K. , Iakimova, G. , Sundara, M. , and Polka, L. (2008). “Differences in the development of speech segmentation abilities in two French dialects,” paper presented at the 11th International Congress for the Study of Child Language (IASCL), Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
27.New, B. , Pallier, C. , Brysbaert, M. , and Ferrand, L. (2004). “Lexique 2: A New French Lexical Database,” Behav. Res. Methods Instrum. Comput. 36, 516–524.
28.Perennou, G. , and de Calmes, M. (2001). “Ressources lexicales texte et parole à l’IRIT (Text and speech lexical resources at the Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse),” La lettre d’information ELRA 6, 8–10.
29.Polka, L. , and Bohn, O. S. (1996). “Cross-language comparison of vowel perception in English-learning and German-learning infants,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 100, 577–592.
33.Sebastián-Gallés, N. , and Bosch, L. (2002). “Building phonotactic knowledge in bilinguals: Role of early exposure,” J. Exp. Psychol. Hum. Percept. Perform. 28, 974–989.
34.Vallée, N. , Rousset, I. , and Boë, L. J. (2001). “Des lexiques aux syllabes des langues du monde. Typologies, tendances et organisations structurelles (From the lexicons to the syllables of the languages of the world. Typologies, tendencies and structural organizations),” Linx 45, 37–50.
Article metrics loading...
Full text loading...
Most read this month