How infants construct a lexical-semantic network.
Learning in context: the active infant in a responsive world.
A new view on early perspective taking.
Language learning in bilingual contexts: a closer look at input properties.
A closer look at the process of self- and co-regulation in early childhood research.
John P. Spencer
Using fNIRS and DFT to understand how working memory capacity changes in early development.
What Infants Know and Don’t Know About Their Language
The Pragmatic Sense: Communicative Mind-Reading without Language
On the Linkage between Face Processing, Language Processing, and Narrowing during Development
Lancaster Conference on Infant and Child Development
Department of Psychology
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