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On the edge of language acquisition: Inherent constraints on encoding multisyllabic sequences in the neonate brain
AL Ferry, A Fló, P Brusini, L Cattarossi, F Macagno, M Nespor, J Mehler
Developmental science 19 (3), 488-503, 2016
592016
Newborns are sensitive to multiple cues for word segmentation in continuous speech
A Fló, P Brusini, F Macagno, M Nespor, J Mehler, AL Ferry
Developmental science 22 (4), e12802, 2019
552019
Extinction interferes with the retrieval of visuomotor memories through a mechanism involving the sensorimotor cortex
JI Villalta, SM Landi, A Fló, V Della-Maggiore
Cerebral Cortex 25 (6), 1535-1543, 2015
362015
Bias for vocalic over consonantal information in 6‐month‐olds
JR Hochmann, S Benavides‐Varela, A Fló, M Nespor, J Mehler
Infancy 23 (1), 136-151, 2018
322018
Automated Pipeline for Infants Continuous EEG (APICE): A flexible pipeline for developmental cognitive studies
A Fló, G Gennari, L Benjamin, G Dehaene-Lambertz
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 54, 101077, 2022
262022
Orthogonal neural codes for speech in the infant brain
G Gennari, S Marti, M Palu, A Fló, G Dehaene-Lambertz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (31), e2020410118, 2021
26*2021
Sleeping neonates track transitional probabilities in speech but only retain the first syllable of words
A Fló, L Benjamin, M Palu, G Dehaene-Lambertz
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 4391, 2022
25*2022
In vivo measure of neonate brain optical properties and hemodynamic parameters by time-domain near-infrared spectroscopy
L Spinelli, L Zucchelli, D Contini, M Caffini, J Mehler, A Fló, AL Ferry, ...
Neurophotonics 4 (4), 041414-041414, 2017
252017
Remarks on the analysis of steady-state responses: Spurious artifacts introduced by overlapping epochs
L Benjamin, G Dehaene-Lambertz, A Fló
Cortex 142, 370-378, 2021
172021
The power of rhythms: how steady-state evoked responses reveal early neurocognitive development
C Kabdebon, A Flo, A De Heering, R Aslin
NeuroImage 254, 119150, 2022
132022
Evidence of ordinal position encoding of sequences extracted from continuous speech
A Fló
Cognition 213, 104646, 2021
102021
Tracking Transitional Probabilities and Segmenting Auditory Sequences Are Dissociable Processes in Adults and Neonates.
L Benjamin, A Fló, M Palu, S Naik, L Melloni, G Dehaene-Lambertz
Developmental Science 26 (2), e13300, 2023
82023
Prosody facilitates learning the word order in a new language
A Saksida, A Flo, B Guedes, M Nespor, MP Garay
Cognition 213, 104686, 2021
62021
Humans parsimoniously represent auditory sequences by pruning and completing the underlying network structure
L Benjamin, A Fló, F Al Roumi, G Dehaene-Lambertz
Elife 12, e86430, 2023
32023
Infants’ early competence for language and symbols
G Dehaene-Lambertz, A Fló, M Peña
The social brain: a developmental perspective, 2020
32020
Long-horizon associative learning explains human sensitivity to statistical and network structures in auditory sequences
L Benjamin, M Sable-Meyer, A Flo, G Dehaene-Lambertz, F Al Roumi
bioRxiv, 2024.01. 16.575814, 2024
2024
The role of conscious attention in statistical learning: evidence from patients with impaired consciousness
L Benjamin, D Zang, A Flo, Z Qi, P Su, W Zhou, L Wang, X Wu, P Gui, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.01. 08.574591, 2024
2024
The emergence of structure from continuous speech: Multiple cues and constraints for speech segmentation and its neural bases
A Flo
SISSA, 2016
2016
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