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Christopher Fennell
Christopher Fennell
Professor of Psychology, University of Ottawa
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Infants' ability to learn phonetically similar words: Effects of age and vocabulary size
JF Werker, CT Fennell, KM Corcoran, CL Stager
Infancy 3 (1), 1-30, 2002
5192002
Early word learners' ability to access phonetic detail in well-known words
CT Fennell, JF Werker
Language and speech 46 (2-3), 245-264, 2003
2722003
Using speech sounds to guide word learning: The case of bilingual infants
CT Fennell, K Byers‐Heinlein, JF Werker
Child development 78 (5), 1510-1525, 2007
2362007
Fourteen‐month‐old infants learn similar‐sounding words
KA Yoshida, CT Fennell, D Swingley, JF Werker
Developmental science 12 (3), 412-418, 2009
2172009
What paradox? Referential cues allow for infant use of phonetic detail in word learning
CT Fennell, SR Waxman
Child development 81 (5), 1376-1383, 2010
2092010
Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed-speech preference
ManyBabies Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
1492020
Weighting of vowel cues explains patterns of word–object associative learning
S Curtin, C Fennell, P Escudero
Developmental Science 12 (5), 725-731, 2009
1042009
Bilingual beginnings to learning words
JF Werker, K Byers-Heinlein, CT Fennell
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
1022009
The development of associative word learning in monolingual and bilingual infants
K Byers-Heinlein, CT Fennell, JF Werker
Bilingualism: language and cognition 16 (1), 198-205, 2013
1002013
Perceptual narrowing in the context of increased variation: Insights from bilingual infants
K Byers‐Heinlein, CT Fennell
Developmental psychobiology 56 (2), 274-291, 2014
962014
Listening to sounds versus listening to words: Early steps in word learning
JF Werker, CT Fennell
Weaving a lexicon, 79-109, 2004
952004
Object familiarity enhances infants’ use of phonetic detail in novel words
CT Fennell
Infancy 17 (3), 339-353, 2012
642012
You sound like Mommy: Bilingual and monolingual infants learn words best from speakers typical of their language environments
C Fennell, K Byers-Heinlein
International Journal of Behavioral Development 38 (4), 309-316, 2014
632014
Quality not quantity of television viewing is associated with bilingual toddlers’ vocabulary scores
TM Hudon, CT Fennell, M Hoftyzer
Infant Behavior and Development 36 (2), 245-254, 2013
542013
Infants of 14 months use phonetic detail in novel words embedded in naming phrases
CT Fennell, SR Waxman
Proceedings of the 30th annual Boston University conference on language …, 2006
382006
With referential cues, infants successfully use phonetic detail in word learning
CT Fennell, SR Waxman, A Weisleder
Proceedings of the 31st annual Boston University conference on language …, 2007
342007
Infant attention to phonetic detail: Knowledge and familiarity effects
CT Fennell, JF Werker
Proceedings of the 28th annual Boston University conference on language …, 2004
332004
A multilab study of bilingual infants: Exploring the preference for infant-directed speech
K Byers-Heinlein, ASM Tsui, C Bergmann, AK Black, A Brown, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 4 (1 …, 2021
322021
Infant attention to phonetic detail in word forms: Knowledge and familiarity effects
CT Fennell
University of British Columbia, 2004
262004
The impact of cross-language phonological overlap on bilingual and monolingual toddlers’ word recognition
K Von Holzen, CT Fennell, N Mani
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 22 (3), 476-499, 2019
242019
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