Posters & Presentations

Disclaimer: Research is ongoing and results are not final

Laing & Bergelson (2017). What did you say? Infants' early productions match caregiver input

  • 9/29/17
Presented at BUCLD 2017 in Boston, MA

Casillas, Bergelson, Seidl, Soderstrom & Warlaumont (2017). Characterizing North American Child-Directed speech by Age, Gender, and SES

  • 9/29/17
Presented at BUCLD 2017 in Boston, MA

Dailey & Bergelson (2017). Why Do Female Infants Say More Words? An Input/Output Analysis of Talking Status and Gender

  • 9/29/17
Presented at BUCLD 2017 in Boston, MA

Moore & Bergelson (2017). More Than Wordplay: An Analysis of Word-form Variability in Speech to Infants

  • 9/29/17
Presented at BUCLD 2017 in Boston, MA

Laing & Bergelson (2017). More Siblings Means Lower Input Quality in Early Language Development

  • 9/29/17
Presented at CogSci 2017 in London, England

Amatuni & Bergelson (2017). Semantic Networks Generated from Early Linguistic Input

  • 9/29/17
Presented at CogSci 2017 in London, England

Dailey & Bergelson (2017). Semantic Relatedness Effects in Early Word Learning

  • 9/29/17
Presented at SRCD 2017 in Austin, TX

Dailey, Amatuni & Bergelson (2016). Semantic Relatedness Effects in Early Word Learning

  • 9/29/17
Presented at HRHR 2016 in Bethesda, MD