Jill Lany, Ph.D.

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Cognitive development
"Jill Lany"


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Rebecca L. Gomez grad student 2007 University of Arizona
 (The role of prior experience in language acquisition.)
Jenny R. Saffran post-doc UW Madison


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Madeleine M Oswald research assistant 2014-2016 Notre Dame (Neurotree)
Abbie Thompson grad student 2018 Notre Dame
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Lany J, Shoaib A. (2019) Individual differences in non-adjacent statistical dependency learning in infants. Journal of Child Language. 1-25
Shoaib A, Wang T, Hay JF, et al. (2018) Do Infants Learn Words From Statistics? Evidence From English-Learning Infants Hearing Italian. Cognitive Science
Lany J, Shoaib A, Thompson A, et al. (2017) Infant statistical-learning ability is related to real-time language processing. Journal of Child Language. 1-24
Lany J. (2014) Judging words by their covers and the company they keep: probabilistic cues support word learning. Child Development. 85: 1727-39
Lany J, Gómez RL. (2013) Probabilistically-Cued Patterns Trump Perfect Cues in Statistical Language Learning. Language Learning and Development : the Official Journal of the Society For Language Development. 9: 66-87
Lany J, Saffran JR. (2013) Statistical Learning Mechanisms in Infancy Neural Circuit Development and Function in the Heathy and Diseased Brain. 231-248
Lany J, Saffran JR. (2011) Interactions between statistical and semantic information in infant language development. Developmental Science. 14: 1207-19
Gerken L, Balcomb FK. (2011) Three observations about infant generalization and their implications for generalization mechanisms Generalization of Knowledge: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. 73-88
Lany J, Saffran JR. (2010) From statistics to meaning: infants' acquisition of lexical categories. Psychological Science. 21: 284-91
Lany J, Gómez RL. (2008) Twelve-month-old infants benefit from prior experience in statistical learning. Psychological Science. 19: 1247-52
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