Laura Wagner

Psychology Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Child language acquisition, conceptual development
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Lila R. Gleitman grad student 1998 Penn
Susan Carey post-doc 2000-2003 Harvard


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John K. Pate research assistant 2008-2009 Ohio State
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Haward P, Wagner L, Carey S, et al. (2018) The development of principled connections and kind representations. Cognition. 176: 255-268
McCullough EA, Clopper CG, Wagner L. (2017) Regional dialect perception across the lifespan: Identification and discrimination. Language and Speech. 23830917743277
McCullough EA, Clopper CG, Wagner L. (2017) The Development of Regional Dialect Locality Judgments and Language Attitudes Across the Life Span. Child Development
Wagner L, Speer SR, Moore LC, et al. (2015) Linguistics in a Science Museum: Integrating Research, Teaching, and Outreach at the Language Sciences Research Lab Linguistics and Language Compass. 9: 420-431
Wagner L, Clopper CG, Pate JK. (2014) Children's perception of dialect variation. Journal of Child Language. 41: 1062-84
Ito K, Bibyk SA, Wagner L, et al. (2014) Interpretation of contrastive pitch accent in six- to eleven-year-old English-speaking children (and adults). Journal of Child Language. 41: 84-110
Wagner L, Vega-Mendoza M, Van Horn S. (2014) Social and linguistic cues facilitate children's register comprehension First Language. 34: 299-314
Wagner L, Dunfield KA, Rohrbeck KL. (2014) Children's Use of Social Cues When Learning Conventions Journal of Cognition and Development. 15: 479-494
Földes K, Piros L, Toronyi E, et al. (2013) Examination of carbohydrate metabolism parameters after simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings. 45: 3698-702
Wagner L. (2013) By the numbers: a quantitative content analysis of children's picturebooks. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 850
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