Lorentz Center - Modelling Meets Infant Studies in Language Acquisition: A Dialogue on Current Challenges and Future Directions from 9 Sep 2013 through 13 Sep 2013
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    Modelling Meets Infant Studies in Language Acquisition: A Dialogue on Current Challenges and Future Directions
    from 9 Sep 2013 through 13 Sep 2013

 



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Day 1_Bod_Fikkert_ Opening.ppt download
Day 1_Feldman_Interactive Statistical Learning.pdf download
Day 2_Bergmann_Task and measurement effects-Can computational modelling help.pdf download
Day 2_Swingley_Infant word learning.pdf download
Day 3_Bender_Infants and Models associate phonemes with Multiple Cues-but what about the abstractness of the representation.pdf download
Day 3_Cutler_The growth of abstraction- the reality of individual differences- and direction by the input.pdf download
Day 4_Beekhuizen_The acquisition of of lexical meaning-a plea for naturalism.ppt download
Day 4_Cristia_The emergence of linguistic knowledge in infant speech perception.pdf download
Day 4_Hendriks_Language acquisition and cognitive modeling.pdf download
Day 4_Tsuji_More data please.pdf download
Day 5_Fikkert _Bod_Summary and Future.ppt download
Poster_Hilbrink_The timing of turns in mother-infant interactions-Longitudinal Study.pdf download
Poster_Keij_Kager_Early acquisition of word stress-a cross-linguistic infant study.pdf download
Poster_Lentz_Models of infant behaviour during experiments a perspective.pdf download
Poster_Miyazawa_Phoneme acquisition from infant-drected speech - a computational modeling approach.pdf download
Poster_Vogelzang_A computational cognitive model of pronoun resolution.pdf download
Poster_Vogt_Cultural and Social Aspects of Multimodal Interactions in Language Acquisition - An infant study that meets agent-based modelling.pdf download
Poster_Woensdregt_Is Statistical Learning Sufficient to Learn Grammar-A New Neural Network to Solve the Marcus et al 1999 Task.pdf download



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