Mireille Babineau
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COVID-19 first lockdown as a window into language acquisition: associations between caregiver-child activities and vocabulary gains
N Kartushina, N Mani, A Aktan-Erciyes, K Alaslani, NJ Aldrich, ...
Language Development Research 2 (1), 2022
Familiar words can serve as a semantic seed for syntactic bootstrapping
M Babineau, A de Carvalho, J Trueswell, A Christophe
Developmental Science 24 (1), e13010, 2021
Processing of French liaisons in toddlers
M Babineau, R Shi
BUCLD 35 Proceedings. Cascadilla Press, Somerville, MA, 25-37, 2011
14‐month‐olds exploit verbs’ syntactic contexts to build expectations about novel words
M Babineau, R Shi, A Christophe
Infancy 25 (5), 719-733, 2020
Studying the real-time interpretation of novel noun and verb meanings in young children
A de Carvalho, M Babineau, JC Trueswell, SR Waxman, A Christophe
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 419894, 2019
COVID-19 first lockdown as a unique window into language acquisition: What you do (with your child) matters
N Kartushina
Материалы Международного психологического форума «Ребенок в цифровом мире», 5-6, 2022
Distributional cues and the onset bias in early word segmentation.
M Babineau, R Shi
Developmental psychology 50 (12), 2666, 2014
Learning to predict and predicting to learn: Before and beyond the syntactic bootstrapper
M Babineau, N Havron, I Dautriche, A de Carvalho, A Christophe
Language acquisition 30 (3-4), 337-360, 2023
ManyBabies 5: A large-scale investigation of the proposed shift from familiarity preference to novelty preference in infant looking time
J Kosie, M Zettersten, R Abu-Zhaya, D Amso, M Babineau, H Baumgartne, ...
Syntactic prediction adaptation accounts for language processing and language learning
N Havron, M Babineau, AC Fiévet, A de Carvalho, A Christophe
Language Learning 71 (4), 1194-1221, 2021
18‐month‐olds fail to use recent experience to infer the syntactic category of novel words
N Havron, M Babineau, A Christophe
Developmental Science 24 (2), e13030, 2021
Contextual factors in lexical processing: The case of French Liaison
M Babineau, R Shi, A Achim
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (4), 457-470, 2017
2.1 Infants quickly use newly-learned grammar to guide acquisition of novel words
M Barbir, M Babineau, AC Fiévet, A Christophe
The Way We Learn, 14, 2019
Development of liaison representation and its top-down influence on word processing in infants
M Babineau, R Shi
Language Learning and Development 12 (4), 482-498, 2016
Preverbal infants’ sensitivity to grammatical dependencies
M Babineau, A Christophe
Infancy 27 (4), 648-662, 2022
“The tiger is hitting! the duck too!” 3-year-olds can use prosodic information to constrain their interpretation of ellipsis
L Kolberg, A de Carvalho, M Babineau, N Havron, AC Fiévet, B Abaurre, ...
Cognition 213, 104626, 2021
Variable forms in French-learning toddlers’ lexical representations.
M Babineau, C Legrand, R Shi
Developmental Psychology 57 (4), 457, 2021
The missing-phoneme effect in aural prose comprehension
J Saint-Aubin, RM Klein, M Babineau, J Christie, DW Gow Jr
Psychological Science 27 (7), 1019-1026, 2016
Acoustical cues versus top-down bias in infants' parsing
M Babineau, R Shi
Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 19 (1), 2013
Rapid infant learning of syntactic–semantic links
M Barbir, MJ Babineau, AC Fiévet, A Christophe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (1), e2209153119, 2023
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