Toben H. Mintz

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
language acquisition
"Toben Mintz"
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Thomas G. Bever grad student 1996 Rochester
Elissa Newport grad student 1996 Rochester
Lila R. Gleitman post-doc 1996-1998 Penn


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Suzanne L. Curtin grad student 2002 USC (LinguisTree)
Todd R. Haskell grad student 2002 USC (LinguisTree)
Nuria Giralt grad student 2005 USC (LinguisTree)
Patricia A. George grad student 2012 USC (LinguisTree)
Hao Wang grad student 2006-2012 USC (LinguisTree)
Susan Geffen grad student 2014 USC (LinguisTree)
Felix Wang grad student 2012-2016 USC (LinguisTree)
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Wang FH, Zevin J, Mintz TH. (2019) Successfully learning non-adjacent dependencies in a continuous artificial language stream. Cognitive Psychology. 113: 101223
Wang FH, Mintz TH. (2018) Learning nonadjacent dependencies embedded in sentences of an artificial language: When learning breaks down. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Wang FH, Zevin JD, Mintz TH. (2017) Top-down structure influences learning of nonadjacent dependencies in an artificial language. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 146: 1738-1748
Mintz TH, Walker RL, Welday A, et al. (2017) Infants' sensitivity to vowel harmony and its role in segmenting speech. Cognition. 171: 95-107
Wang FH, Mintz TH. (2017) The role of reference in cross-situational word learning. Cognition. 170: 64-75
Wang FH, Mintz TH. (2016) Language acquisition is model-based rather than model-free. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e89
Geffen S, Mintz TH. (2016) Prosodic differences between declaratives and interrogatives in infant-directed speech. Journal of Child Language. 1-27
Mintz TH, Wang FH, Li J. (2014) Word categorization from distributional information: frames confer more than the sum of their (Bigram) parts. Cognitive Psychology. 75: 1-27
Amir O, Biederman I, Herald SB, et al. (2014) Greater sensitivity to nonaccidental than metric shape properties in preschool children. Vision Research. 97: 83-8
Chemla E, Mintz TH, Bernal S, et al. (2009) Categorizing words using 'frequent frames': what cross-linguistic analyses reveal about distributional acquisition strategies. Developmental Science. 12: 396-406
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