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Perspectives on Psychological Science, ISSN 1745-6916, 5/2013, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp. 316 - 339
The intermodal preferential looking paradigm (IPLP) has proven to be a revolutionary method for the examination of infants' emerging language knowledge. In the... 
intermodal preferential looking paradigm | emergent coalition model | language acquisition | SPOKEN WORD RECOGNITION | COMPREHENSION | SPEECH-PERCEPTION | DYNAMIC EVENTS | INFANT CATEGORIZATION | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PHONOLOGICAL SPECIFICITY | AMERICAN ENGLISH | LEXICAL PRINCIPLES | SYNTACTIC COMPETENCE | YOUNG-CHILDREN
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Human Development, ISSN 0018-716X, 1/2014, Volume 57, Issue 4, pp. 222 - 240
The core knowledge (CK) account of human development ascribes higher-order cognition to infants on the basis of looking time measures. In this paper, we... 
Original Paper | Preferential looking | Infant development | Core knowledge | Conceptual analysis | ATTRIBUTION | METATHEORY | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | INNATE | OBJECT PERMANENCE | TODDLERS | FALSE-BELIEF | DYNAMIC-SYSTEMS | COG | Conceptualism | Infants | Morality | Research | Human growth | Analysis | Cognition in infants | Babies | Evolution & development | Child psychology
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Infant Behavior and Development, ISSN 0163-6383, 08/2015, Volume 40, pp. 151 - 172
•The Intermodal Preferential Looking paradigm is widely used to investigate children's early word processing.•How resistant is the paradigm to experimental... 
Word recognition | Methodology | Intermodal Preferential Looking | Time course analysis | COMPREHENSION | PHONETIC DETAIL | 15-MONTH-OLDS | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | FLEXIBILITY | REPRESENTATION | SPEECH-PERCEPTION | PHONOLOGICAL SPECIFICITY | INFANTS | VOCABULARY | Transportation industry | Intermodal transportation | Analysis | Methods | Investigations
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FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, ISSN 1664-1078, 08/2015, Volume 6, p. 1266
Developmental systems theory posits that development cannot be segmented by influences acting in isolation, but should be studied through a scientific lens... 
PROCESSING EFFICIENCY | 2ND YEAR | INFANTS KNOW | PREFERENTIAL LOOKING PARADIGM | VISUAL WORLD PARADIGM | VOCABULARY GROWTH | LENA | language processing | CHILDREN | developmental systems theory | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES | language development | SENTENCE COMPREHENSION | SYSTEMS | eye-tracking | Developmental Systems Theory | Eye-tracking
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Frontiers in Psychology, ISSN 1664-1078, 2015, Volume 6, p. 446
Young typically developing (TD) children have been observed to utilize word learning strategies such as the noun bias and shape bias; these improve their... 
Developmental disorders | Autism | Intermodal preferential looking | Shape bias | Word learning | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | LANGUAGE-ACQUISITION | COMPREHENSION | WORDS | PREFERENTIAL LOOKING PARADIGM | shape bias | intermodal preferential looking | word learning | developmental disorders | RELIANCE | autism | YOUNG-CHILDREN | Shape Bias
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Infant Behavior and Development, ISSN 0163-6383, 02/2019, Volume 54, pp. 114 - 119
•Introducing a free and open-source program for infant looking-time studies.•Can be used for habituation, VoE, or preferential looking designs.•Saves your... 
Preferential looking | Infant | Gaze coding | Software | Looking time | Habituation | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | PARADIGM | Infant Behavior - physiology | Computer Systems - standards | Photic Stimulation - methods | Humans | Fixation, Ocular - physiology | Infant Behavior - psychology | Software - standards | Presentation software
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Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, ISSN 0022-0965, 12/2016, Volume 152, pp. 54 - 70
•Infants at 14 months categorize a figure’s path and manner in realistic motion events.•Categorization of path occurred in the presence of a ground object and... 
Path | Event processing | Infants | Spatial relations | Categorization | Manner | LANGUAGE | ATTENTION | COMPREHENSION | CONTAINMENT | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | PREFERENTIAL LOOKING PARADIGM | VERBS | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | Learning | Language | Humans | Female | Infant | Male | Motion Perception
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European Journal of Developmental Psychology, ISSN 1740-5629, 01/2016, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 152 - 165
Visual preferences for pairs of African and Caucasian faces were repeatedly assessed in 3-, 6- and 9-month-old Caucasian infants with a preferential looking... 
Face preferences | Other-race effect | Visual preferences | Infancy | Preferential looking paradigm | NOVELTY | RECOGNITION | FAMILIARITY | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL
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Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, ISSN 0022-0965, 11/2016, Volume 151, pp. 77 - 95
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Infant Behavior and Development, ISSN 0163-6383, 02/2017, Volume 46, pp. 144 - 157
•Toddlers shape discrimination ability was examined using eye gazes.•Toddlers can discriminate valid squares, triangles, and circles from invalid... 
Geometry | Shape discrimination | Spatial cognition | Intermodal preferential looking paradigm | LANGUAGE | CHILDRENS PLAY | PREFERENTIAL LOOKING | KINDERGARTEN | BUILDING-BLOCKS | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | ACQUISITION | SPATIAL SKILLS | INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES | PRESCHOOLERS | GIRLS | Discrimination | Toddlers
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Royal Society Open Science, ISSN 2054-5703, 12/2018, Volume 5, Issue 12, p. 181497
The ability to recognize oneself in a mirror is known as self-recognition, whereas delayed self-recognition is the ability to recognize the relationship... 
Delayed self-recognition | Orangutan | Preferential-looking paradigm | CHIMPANZEES PAN-TROGLODYTES | preferential-looking paradigm | MIRROR SELF-RECOGNITION | orangutan | IMAGES | delayed self-recognition | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES
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Applied Psycholinguistics, ISSN 0142-7164, 05/2016, Volume 37, Issue 3, pp. 529 - 549
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