Language and learning and development

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Werker & Tees (2005)
decline in ability to discriminate hindi syllable from 9-12m
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Kuhl et al (2003)
social interaction is require to keep discriminating ability - watching video or listening is not enough
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Karmiloff & Karmiloff-smith (2001)
motherese
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Kuhl (2000)
showed that vowels pronounced differently when speaking to children
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Pinker (1994)
motherese does not drive language acquisition
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Saffron et al (1998)
isolating words using statistical properties - transitional probability - TP spanning a word boundary is low
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Saffron et al (1996)
infants heard 4 tri-syllable nonsense words, presented in string no pause or intonation, infants could detect where word boundaries were - statistical learning!
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