Elizabeth K. Johnson

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Infant Studies, Language Acquisition, Speech Perception, Developmental Psycholinguistics, Word Recognition
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Paquette-Smith M, Fecher N, Johnson EK. (2016) Two-year-olds' sensitivity to subphonemic mismatch during online spoken word recognition. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Jesse A, Johnson EK. (2016) Audiovisual alignment of co-speech gestures to speech supports word learning in 2-year-olds. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 145: 1-10
Sohail J, Johnson EK. (2016) How Transitional Probabilities and the Edge Effect Contribute to Listeners’ Phonological Bootstrapping Success Language Learning and Development. 1-11
Van Heugten M, Krieger DR, Johnson EK. (2015) The Developmental Trajectory of Toddlers’ Comprehension of Unfamiliar Regional Accents Language Learning and Development. 11: 41-65
Johnson EK, Seidl A, Tyler MD. (2014) The edge factor in early word segmentation: utterance-level prosody enables word form extraction by 6-month-olds. Plos One. 9: e83546
van Heugten M, Johnson EK. (2014) Learning to contend with accents in infancy: benefits of brief speaker exposure. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 340-50
Johnson EK, Lahey M, Ernestus M, et al. (2013) A multimodal corpus of speech to infant and adult listeners. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 134: EL534
Kooijman V, Junge C, Johnson EK, et al. (2013) Predictive brain signals of linguistic development. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 25
Mani N, Johnson E, McQueen JM, et al. (2013) How yellow is your banana? Toddlers' language-mediated visual search in referent-present tasks. Developmental Psychology. 49: 1036-44
Brar J, Tyler MD, Johnson EK. (2013) What you see is what you hear: How visual prosody affects artificial language learning in adults and children Proceedings of Meetings On Acoustics. 19
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