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The following experiments were designed to determine the age at which infants can first readily learn word--object pairings with only minimal exposure and without social or contextual support. To address this question, 8- to 14-month-old infants were tested on their ability to form word--object associations in a "switch" design. Infants were habituated to 2(More)
Adam Albright (MIT) Well-formedness across the word: Modeling markedness interactions 9:30-10 Vsevolod Kapatsinski (U. Oregon) Humans and models learning palatalization patterns in miniature artificial languages: In support of particular salience of typical product characteristics 10-10:30 Jeff Heinz (U. Delaware) Learning gradient long-distance(More)
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