Marina Kalashnikova
Marina Kalashnikova
Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language
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Maturation of executive functioning skills in early sequential bilingualism
M Kalashnikova, K Mattock
International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 17 (1), 111-123, 2014
The effects of linguistic experience on the flexible use of mutual exclusivity in word learning
M Kalashnikova, K Mattock, P Monaghan
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 18 (4), 626-638, 2015
Atypical cortical entrainment to speech in the right hemisphere underpins phonemic deficits in dyslexia
GM Di Liberto, V Peter, M Kalashnikova, U Goswami, D Burnham, ...
NeuroImage 175, 70-79, 2018
Infant-directed speech enhances temporal rhythmic structure in the envelope
V Leong, M Kalashnikova, D Burnham, U Goswami
Fifteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2014
The origins of babytalk: smiling, teaching or social convergence?
M Kalashnikova, C Carignan, D Burnham
Royal Society open science 4 (8), 170306, 2017
Disambiguation of novel labels and referential facts: A developmental perspective
M Kalashnikova, K Mattock, P Monaghan
First Language 34 (2), 125-135, 2014
OZI: Australian English communicative development inventory
M Kalashnikova, IC Schwarz, D Burnham
First Language 36 (4), 407-427, 2016
The temporal modulation structure of infant-directed speech
V Leong, M Kalashnikova, D Burnham, U Goswami
Open Mind 1 (2), 78-90, 2017
Mothers speak differently to infants at‐risk for dyslexia
M Kalashnikova, U Goswami, D Burnham
Developmental science 21 (1), e12487, 2018
Mutual exclusivity develops as a consequence of abstract rather than particular vocabulary knowledge
M Kalashnikova, K Mattock, P Monaghan
First Language 36 (5), 451-464, 2016
Infant-directed speech from seven to nineteen months has similar acoustic properties but different functions
M Kalashnikova, D Burnham
Journal of child language 45 (5), 1035-1053, 2018
Mature neural responses to infant-directed speech but not adult-directed speech in pre-verbal infants
V Peter, M Kalashnikova, A Santos, D Burnham
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-14, 2016
Infant-directed speech facilitates seven-month-old infants’ cortical tracking of speech
M Kalashnikova, V Peter, GM Di Liberto, EC Lalor, D Burnham
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
The development of fast‐mapping and novel word retention strategies in monolingual and bilingual infants
M Kalashnikova, P Escudero, E Kidd
Developmental science 21 (6), e12674, 2018
Constraints on tone sensitivity in novel word learning by monolingual and bilingual infants: tone properties are more influential than tone familiarity
D Burnham, L Singh, K Mattock, PJ Woo, M Kalashnikova
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2190, 2018
Vocabulary matters! The relationship between verbal fluency and measures of inhibitory control in monolingual and bilingual children
GP Escobar, M Kalashnikova, P Escudero
Journal of experimental child psychology 170, 177-189, 2018
Novel word learning, reading difficulties, and phonological processing skills
M Kalashnikova, D Burnham
Dyslexia 22 (2), 101-119, 2016
Flexible use of mutual exclusivity in word learning
M Kalashnikova, K Mattock, P Monaghan
Language Learning and Development 12 (1), 79-91, 2016
Is it a name or a fact? Disambiguation of reference via exclusivity and pragmatic reasoning
SA Malone, M Kalashnikova, EM Davis
Cognitive science 40 (8), 2095-2107, 2016
Infants use phonetic detail in speech perception and word learning when detail is easy to perceive
P Escudero, M Kalashnikova
Journal of experimental child psychology 190, 104714, 2020
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