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Exploring The Role of Referential Context in Young Children's Cross-Situational Word Learning
A fundamental question in early language acquisition concerns how young children learn new words despite often hearing them in visually complex and noisy environments. One potential mechanism that has emerged in recent ...
Neural Correlates of Children's Selective Word Learning
Children are selective social learners who resist learning from informants who are either not able or not willing to provide correct information (see Koenig & Sabbagh, 2013; Mills, 2013 for reviews). To date, however, we ...