Nivedita Mani

Affiliations: 
Psychology Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, Niedersachsen, Germany 
Area:
Language Acquisition, Phonology, Lexical Processing
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Parents

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John Coleman grad student 2002-2006 Oxford
 (Master's & D. Phil)
Kim Plunkett post-doc 2005- Oxford

Collaborators

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Julien Mayor collaborator Universität Göttingen
John Coleman collaborator 2006-2008 Oxford
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Mani N, Schreiner MS, Brase J, et al. (2021) Sequential Bayes Factor designs in developmental research: studies on early word learning. Developmental Science. e13097
Avila-Varela DS, Arias-Trejo N, Mani N. (2021) A longitudinal study of the role of vocabulary size in priming effects in early childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 205: 105071
Ackermann L, Lo CH, Mani N, et al. (2020) Word learning from a tablet app: Toddlers perform better in a passive context. Plos One. 15: e0240519
Outters V, Schreiner MS, Behne T, et al. (2020) Maternal input and infants' response to infant-directed speech. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 25: 478-499
Schütte F, Mani N, Behne T. (2020) Retrospective inferences in selective trust. Royal Society Open Science. 7: 191451
Taxitari L, Twomey KE, Westermann G, et al. (2020) The Limits of Infants' Early Word Learning. Language Learning and Development : the Official Journal of the Society For Language Development. 16: 1-21
Bobb SC, Von Holzen K, Mayor J, et al. (2020) Co-activation of the L2 during L1 auditory processing: An ERP cross-modal priming study. Brain and Language. 203: 104739
Lang S, Bartl-Pokorny KD, Pokorny FB, et al. (2019) Canonical Babbling: A Marker for Earlier Identification of Late Detected Developmental Disorders? Current Developmental Disorders Reports. 6: 111-118
Ackermann L, Hepach R, Mani N. (2019) Children learn words easier when they are interested in the category to which the word belongs. Developmental Science
Eiteljoerge SFV, Adam M, Elsner B, et al. (2019) Consistency of co-occurring actions influences young children's word learning. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 190097
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