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Marieke van Heugten
Marieke van Heugten
Royal Dutch Kentalis; MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development
Dirección de correo verificada de westernsydney.edu.au
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French‐learning toddlers use gender information on determiners during word recognition
M Van Heugten, R Shi
Developmental Science 12 (3), 419-425, 2009
1142009
Learning to contend with accents in infancy: Benefits of brief speaker exposure.
M van Heugten, EK Johnson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (1), 340-350, 2014
1032014
The Developmental Trajectory of Toddlers’ Comprehension of Unfamiliar Regional Accents
M van Heugten, DR Krieger, EK Johnson
Language Learning and Development 11 (1), 41-65, 2015
682015
Linking infants’ distributional learning abilities to natural language acquisition
M Van Heugten, EK Johnson
Journal of memory and language 63 (2), 197-209, 2010
642010
Infants exposed to fluent natural speech succeed at cross-gender word recognition
M van Heugten, EK Johnson
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2012
602012
Gender-marked determiners help Dutch learners' word recognition when gender information itself does not
M Van Heugten, EK Johnson
Journal of Child Language 38 (1), 87-100, 2011
582011
Infants’ sensitivity to non-adjacent dependencies across phonological phrase boundaries
M Van Heugten, R Shi
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 128 (5), EL223-EL228, 2010
522010
Toddlers’ Word Recognition in an Unfamiliar Regional Accent: The Role of Local Sentence Context and Prior Accent Exposure
M van Heugten, EK Johnson
Language and Speech 59 (3), 353-363, 2016
302016
Ambiguous function words do not prevent 18-month-olds from building accurate syntactic category expectations: An ERP study
P Brusini, G Dehaene-Lambertz, M Van Heugten, A De Carvalho, ...
Neuropsychologia 98, 4-12, 2017
252017
Input matters: Multi-accent language exposure affects word form recognition in infancy
M van Heugten, EK Johnson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142 (2), EL196-EL200, 2017
222017
Infants' Acquisition of Grammatical Gender Dependencies
M van Heugten, A Christophe
Infancy 20 (6), 675–683, 2015
212015
Infants’ recognition of foreign-accented words: Flexible yet precise signal-to-word mapping strategies
M van Heugten, M Paquette-Smith, DR Krieger, EK Johnson
Journal of Memory and Language, 2018
202018
Children’s recognition of spectrally degraded cartoon voices
M van Heugten, A Volkova, SE Trehub, EG Schellenberg
Ear and Hearing 35 (1), 118-125, 2014
122014
Rhymes as a Window into Grammar
P Fikkert, M van Heugten, P Offermans, TS Zamuner
BUCLD, 2005
10*2005
Relative difficulty of understanding foreign accents as a marker of proficiency
S Lev‐Ari, M van Heugten, S Peperkamp
Cognitive science 41 (4), 1106-1118, 2017
82017
Relative Difficulty of Understanding Foreign Accents as a Marker of Proficiency
S Lev‐Ari, M van Heugten, S Peperkamp
82017
Accommodating syntactic violations during online speech perception
M Van Heugten, D Dahan, EK Johnson, A Christophe
Poster presented at the 25th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence …, 2012
82012
Phonological and prosodic bootstrapping
M van Heugten, I Dautriche, A Christophe
Encyclopedia of Language Development 15, 447-451, 2014
62014
Navigating accent variation: a developmental perspective
EK Johnson, M van Heugten, H Buckler
Annual Review of Linguistics 8 (1), 2021
52021
The Effects of Talker Voice and Accent on Young Children’s Speech Perception
M van Heugten, C Bergmann, A Cristia
Individual Differences in Speech Production and Perception, 57-88, 2015
32015
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