Ryan E Peters
Ryan E Peters
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Texas at Austin
Verified email at austin.utexas.edu
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Modeling early lexico-semantic network development: Perceptual features matter most.
R Peters, A Borovsky
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (4), 763, 2019
162019
Vocabulary size and structure affects real-time lexical recognition in 18-month-olds
A Borovsky, RE Peters
PloS one 14 (7), e0219290, 2019
92019
Vocabulary size and native speaker self-identification influence flexibility in linguistic prediction among adult bilinguals
RE Peters, T Grüter, A Borovsky
Applied psycholinguistics 39 (6), 1439-1469, 2018
82018
Anticipatory and Locally Coherent Lexical Activation Varies as a Function of Language Proficiency.
R Peters, T Grüter, A Borovsky
CogSci, 2015
62015
Examining a developmental pathway of early word learning: From Qualitative Characteristics of Parent Speech, to Sustained Attention, to Vocabulary Size.
R Peters, C Yu
CogSci, 2020
22020
Perceptual connectivity influences Toddlers’ attention to known objects and subsequent label processing
RE Peters, JB Kueser, A Borovsky
Brain Sciences 11 (2), 163, 2021
12021
Active Vision in the Perception of Actions: An Eye Tracking Study in Naturalistic Contexts.
R Peters, D Zhi, M Petersen, C Yu
CogSci, 2020
12020
In-the-Moment Visual Information from the Infant's Egocentric View Determines the Success of Infant Word Learning: A Computational Study
A Amatuni, S Schroer, Y Zhang, RE Peters, MA Reza, D Crandall, C Yu
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Modeling joint attention from egocentric vision
RE Peters, A Amatuni, SE Schroer, S Naha, D Crandall, C Yu
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 43 (43), 2021
2021
ATTENTION TO SHARED PERCEPTUAL FEATURES INFLUENCES EARLY NOUN-CONCEPT PROCESSING
R Peters
Purdue University Graduate School, 2019
2019
Language proficiency as a modulator of the processing of unattended text
RE Peters
University of Hawai'i at Manoa, 2014
2014
Parents speak more about Object Features when children engage in Sustained Attention
RE Peters, C Yu
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