Janet F. Werker

Affiliations: 
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Area:
infant speech perception, developmental psychology, language acquisition
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Parents

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Richard Tees grad student 1983 UBC (Neurotree)

Children

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Raphaëlle N. Roy research assistant 2008-2008 UBC (Neurotree)
D. Kyle Danielson grad student
Michelle L. Patterson grad student 2002 UBC (Neurotree)
Christopher T. Fennell grad student 2004 UBC (Neurotree)
Athena Vouloumanos grad student 2004 UBC
Chandan R. Narayan grad student 2006 University of Michigan
Krista Byers-Heinlein grad student 2003-2010 UBC
Maria M Arredondo post-doc UBC (Neurotree)
Afra Foroud post-doc 2010-2012 UBC (Neurotree)
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Hunter S, Flaten E, Petersen C, et al. (2023) Babies, bugs and brains: How the early microbiome associates with infant brain and behavior development. Plos One. 18: e0288689
Choi D, Yeung HH, Werker JF. (2023) Sensorimotor foundations of speech perception in infancy. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 27: 773-784
Nallet C, Berent I, Werker JF, et al. (2023) The neonate brain's sensitivity to repetition-based structure: Specific to speech? Developmental Science. e13408
Orena AJ, Mader AS, Werker JF. (2022) Learning to Recognize Unfamiliar Voices: An Online Study With 12- and 24-Month-Olds. Frontiers in Psychology. 13: 874411
Weatherhead D, Werker JF. (2022) 20-month-olds selectively generalize newly learned word meanings based on cues to linguistic community membership. Developmental Science
Arredondo MM, Aslin RN, Zhang M, et al. (2022) Attentional orienting abilities in bilinguals: Evidence from a large infant sample. Infant Behavior & Development. 66: 101683
Byers-Heinlein K, Tsui ASM, Bergmann C, et al. (2021) A multi-lab study of bilingual infants: Exploring the preference for infant-directed speech. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. 4
Arredondo MM, Aslin RN, Werker JF. (2021) Bilingualism alters infants' cortical organization for attentional orienting mechanisms. Developmental Science
Weatherhead D, Kandhadai P, Hall DG, et al. (2021) Putting Mutual Exclusivity in Context: Speaker Race Influences Monolingual and Bilingual Infants' Word-Learning Assumptions. Child Development
Orena AJ, Werker JF. (2021) Infants' Mapping of New Faces to New Voices. Child Development
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