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Katie Von Holzen
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Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed-speech preference
ManyBabies Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
1402020
Language nonselective lexical access in bilingual toddlers
K Von Holzen, N Mani
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 113 (4), 569-586, 2012
1052012
The developmental origins of the consonant bias in lexical processing
T Nazzi, S Poltrock, K Von Holzen
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (4), 291-296, 2016
332016
The impact of cross-language phonological overlap on bilingual and monolingual toddlers’ word recognition
K Von Holzen, CT Fennell, N Mani
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 22 (3), 476-499, 2019
242019
Consonant and vowel processing in word form segmentation: An infant ERP study
K Von Holzen, LL Nishibayashi, T Nazzi
Brain Sciences 8 (2), 24, 2018
212018
A meta-analysis of infants’ mispronunciation sensitivity development
K Von Holzen, C Bergmann
CogSci... Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive …, 2018
122018
The development of infants’ responses to mispronunciations: A meta-analysis.
K Von Holzen, C Bergmann
Developmental Psychology 57 (1), 1, 2021
112021
Co-activation of the L2 during L1 auditory processing: An ERP cross-modal priming study
SC Bobb, K Von Holzen, J Mayor, N Mani, M Carreiras
Brain and language 203, 104739, 2020
102020
Bilinguals implicitly name objects in both their languages: An ERP study
K Von Holzen, N Mani
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1415, 2014
102014
Change in maternal speech rate to preverbal infants over the first two years of life
D Raneri, K Von Holzen, R Newman, NB Ratner
Journal of Child Language 47 (6), 1263-1275, 2020
82020
Preschoolers' word-learning during storybook reading interactions: Comparing repeated and elaborated Input
M O'Fallon, K Von Holzen, RS Newman
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 63 (3), 814-826, 2020
52020
Emergence of a consonant bias during the first year of life: New evidence from own‐name recognition
K Von Holzen, T Nazzi
Infancy 25 (3), 319-346, 2020
42020
Read my lips! Perception of speech in noise by preschool children with autism and the impact of watching the speaker’s face
RS Newman, LA Kirby, K Von Holzen, E Redcay
Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 13 (1), 1-20, 2021
22021
Listening with your cohort
SC Bobb, LYD Nauck, N Altvater-Mackensen, K Von Holzen, N Mani
Cognitive Control and Consequences of Multilingualism 2, 47, 2016
12016
The impact of phonological biases on mispronunciation sensitivity and novel accent adaptation
K Von Holzen, S van Ommen, KS White, T Nazzi
Language Learning and Development, 1-20, 2022
2022
A meta-analysis of mispronunciation sensitivity in infancy
K Von Holzen, C Bergmann
the XXI International Congress for Infant Studies (ICIS 2018), 2018
2018
The Initial and Long-lasting Effects of Early Bilingual Language Acquisition on Lexical Access: Evidence from ERP an Eye-tracking Studies
K Von Holzen
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 2013
2013
From boomer to digital native: The influence of Anglicisms in German social media language on language processing
F Schlage, K Von Holzen
Listening with your cohort: Do bilingual toddlers co-‐‑activate cohorts from both languages when hearing words in one language alone?
SC Bobb, LY Drummond Nauck, N Altvater-Mackensen, K Von Holzen
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