Kristen Swan Tummeltshammer
Kristen Swan Tummeltshammer
Centre for Brain & Cognitive Development, Birkbeck, University of London
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Infants track the reliability of potential informants
KS Tummeltshammer, R Wu, DM Sobel, NZ Kirkham
Psychological science 25 (9), 1730-1738, 2014
822014
Effects of category learning on neural sensitivity to non-native phonetic categories
EB Myers, K Swan
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (8), 1695-1708, 2012
462012
Ostensive signals support learning from novel attention cues during infancy
R Wu, KS Tummeltshammer, T Gliga, NZ Kirkham
Frontiers in psychology 5, 2014
402014
Learning to look: probabilistic variation and noise guide infants' eye movements
KS Tummeltshammer, NZ Kirkham
Developmental science 16 (5), 760-771, 2013
402013
Infants rely more on gaze cues from own-race than other-race adults for learning under uncertainty
NG Xiao, R Wu, PC Quinn, S Liu, KS Tummeltshammer, N Kirkham, L Ge, ...
Child Development, 2017
382017
Infants' selective attention to reliable visual cues in the presence of salient distractors
KS Tummeltshammer, D Mareschal, NZ Kirkham
Child development 85 (5), 1981-1994, 2014
232014
Across space and time: infants learn from backward and forward visual statistics
K Tummeltshammer, D Amso, RM French, NZ Kirkham
Developmental Science, 2016
152016
Sound support: Intermodal information facilitates infants’ perception of an occluded trajectory
NZ Kirkham, JB Wagner, KA Swan, SP Johnson
Infant Behavior and Development 35 (1), 174-178, 2012
122012
Category labels induce boundary-dependent perceptual warping in learned speech categories
K Swan, E Myers
Second language research 29 (4), 391-411, 2013
92013
Social signals scaffold learning from novel cues during infancy
R Wu, NZ Kirkham, KA Swan, T Gliga
European perspectives on cognitive science, 2011
42011
8-month-olds Know Which Face is Reliable.
KS Tummeltshammer, R Wu, NZ Kirkham
CogSci, 2013
22013
Infants Use Social Signals to Learn from Unfamiliar Referential Cues
R Wu, NZ Kirkham, KA Swan
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