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Daniel Swingley
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At 6–9 months, human infants know the meanings of many common nouns
E Bergelson, D Swingley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (9), 3253-3258, 2012
8152012
Spoken word recognition and lexical representation in very young children
D Swingley, RN Aslin
Cognition 76 (2), 147-166, 2000
5682000
Rapid gains in speed of verbal processing by infants in the 2nd year
A Fernald, JP Pinto, D Swingley, A Weinberg, GW McRoberts
Psychological science 9 (3), 228-231, 1998
5001998
Lexical neighborhoods and the word-form representations of 14-month-olds
D Swingley, RN Aslin
Psychological science 13 (5), 480-484, 2002
4392002
Continuous processing in word recognition at 24 months
D Swingley, JP Pinto, A Fernald
Cognition 71 (2), 73-108, 1999
3121999
When half a word is enough: Infants can recognize spoken words using partial phonetic information
A Fernald, D Swingley, JP Pinto
Child development 72 (4), 1003-1015, 2001
3042001
Statistical clustering and the contents of the infant vocabulary
D Swingley
Cognitive psychology 50 (1), 86-132, 2005
2982005
11‐month‐olds’ knowledge of how familiar words sound
D Swingley
Developmental science 8 (5), 432-443, 2005
2392005
Linguistic gender and spoken-word recognition in French
D Dahan, D Swingley, MK Tanenhaus, JS Magnuson
Journal of memory and Language 42 (4), 465-480, 2000
2312000
Contributions of infant word learning to language development
D Swingley
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
2182009
Fourteen‐month‐old infants learn similar‐sounding words
KA Yoshida, CT Fennell, D Swingley, JF Werker
Developmental science 12 (3), 412-418, 2009
2152009
Lexical competition in young children’s word learning
D Swingley, RN Aslin
Cognitive psychology 54 (2), 99-132, 2007
2092007
Phonetic detail in the developing lexicon
D Swingley
Language and speech 46 (2-3), 265-294, 2003
1802003
Native language governs interpretation of salient speech sound differences at 18 months
C Dietrich, D Swingley, JF Werker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (41), 16027-16031, 2007
1692007
The acquisition of abstract words by young infants
E Bergelson, D Swingley
Cognition 127 (3), 391-397, 2013
1622013
Vowel categorization during word recognition in bilingual toddlers
M Ramon-Casas, D Swingley, N Sebastián-Gallés, L Bosch
Cognitive psychology 59 (1), 96-121, 2009
1412009
Onsets and codas in 1.5-year-olds’ word recognition
D Swingley
Journal of memory and language 60 (2), 252-269, 2009
1372009
Lexical exposure and word-form encoding in 1.5-year-olds.
D Swingley
Developmental psychology 43 (2), 454, 2007
1302007
Conceptual penetration of visual processing
G Lupyan, SL Thompson-Schill, D Swingley
Psychological science 21 (5), 682-691, 2010
1292010
Fast mapping and slow mapping in children's word learning
D Swingley
Language learning and Development 6 (3), 179-183, 2010
1172010
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