Alan Langus
Alan Langus
University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany
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Can prosody be used to discover hierarchical structure in continuous speech?
A Langus, E Marchetto, RAH Bion, M Nespor
Journal of Memory and Language 66 (1), 285-306, 2012
Cognitive systems struggling for word order
A Langus, M Nespor
Cognitive psychology 60 (4), 291-318, 2010
Rhythm in language acquisition
A Langus, J Mehler, M Nespor
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 81, 158-166, 2017
Prosody in the hands of the speaker
B Guellaï, A Langus, M Nespor
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 700, 2014
Co‐occurrence statistics as a language‐dependent cue for speech segmentation
A Saksida, A Langus, M Nespor
Developmental science 20 (3), e12390, 2017
Mice discriminate between stationary and moving 2D shapes: application to the object recognition task to increase attention
D Braida, A Donzelli, R Martucci, L Ponzoni, A Pauletti, A Langus, M Sala
Behavioural brain research 242, 95-101, 2013
Transitional probabilities count more than frequency, but might not be used for memorization
AD Endress, A Langus
Cognitive psychology 92, 37-64, 2017
Listening natively across perceptual domains?
A Langus, S Seyed-Allaei, E Uysal, S Pirmoradian, C Marino, S Asaadi, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (7), 1127, 2016
A new perspective on word order preferences: the availability of a lexicon triggers the use of SVO word order
H Marno, A Langus, M Omidbeigi, S Asaadi, S Seyed-Allaei, M Nespor
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1183, 2015
Quantifying the role of rhythm in infants' language discrimination abilities: A meta-analysis
L Gasparini, A Langus, S Tsuji, N Boll-Avetisyan
Cognition 213, 104757, 2021
Language development in infants: What do humans hear in the first months of life?
A Langus, M Nespor
Hearing, Balance and Communication 11 (3), 121-129, 2013
An advantage for perceptual edges in young infants’ memory for speech
JR Hochmann, A Langus, J Mehler
Language Learning 66 (S2), 13-28, 2016
Rhythm on your lips
M Peña, A Langus, C Gutiérrez, D Huepe-Artigas, M Nespor
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1708, 2016
FoxP2 and deep homology in the evolution of birdsong and human language
A Langus, J Petri, M Nespor, C Scharff
The Evolutionary Emergence of Language: Evidence and Inference, 223-43, 2013
Spontaneous object and movement representations in 4-month-old human infants and albino Swiss mice
A Langus, A Saksida, D Braida, R Martucci, M Sala, M Nespor
Cognition 137, 63-71, 2015
On the nature of word order regularities
A Langus, M Nespor
Representing Structure in Phonology and Syntax (Marc van Oostendorp and Henk …, 2015
Pupillary entrainment reveals individual differences in cue weighting in 9-month-old German-learning infants
M Marimon, B Höhle, A Langus
Cognition 224, 105054, 2022
Object individuation and labelling in 6-month-old infants
A Langus, B Höhle
Infant Behavior and Development 65, 101627, 2021
In medio stat virtus: Theoretical and methodological extremes regarding reciprocity will not explain complex social behaviors
C Civai, A Langus, F Guala
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (1), 22, 2012
Prosody is perceived in the gestures of the speaker}}
B Guellai, A Langus, M Nespor
Proc. 7th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2014, 544-547, 2014
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