Barbora Skarabela, Ph.D.

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2007 Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Linguistics Language, Developmental Psychology, Native American Studies
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Shanley Allen grad student 2007 Boston University
 (The role of social cognition in early syntax: The case of joint attention in argument realization in child Inuktitut.)
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Skarabela B, Cuthbert N, Rees A, et al. (2023) Learning dimensions of meaning: Children's acquisition of but. Cognitive Psychology. 147: 101597
Skarabela B, Ota M, O'Connor R, et al. (2021) 'Clap your hands' or 'take your hands'? One-year-olds distinguish between frequent and infrequent multiword phrases. Cognition. 211: 104612
Unsworth S, Chondrogianni V, Skarabela B. (2018) Experiential Measures Can Be Used as a Proxy for Language Dominance in Bilingual Language Acquisition Research. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1809
Ota M, Davies-Jenkins N, Skarabela B. (2018) Why Choo-Choo Is Better Than Train: The Role of Register-Specific Words in Early Vocabulary Growth. Cognitive Science
Ota M, Skarabela B. (2017) Reduplication facilitates early word segmentation. Journal of Child Language. 1-15
Skarabela B, Ota M. (2016) Two-year-olds but not younger children comprehend it in ambiguous contexts: Evidence from preferential looking. Journal of Child Language. 1-14
Ota M, Skarabela B. (2016) Reduplicated Words Are Easier to Learn Language Learning and Development. 1-18
Skarabela B, Allen SEM, Scott-Phillips TC. (2013) Joint attention helps explain why children omit new referents Journal of Pragmatics. 56: 5-14
Skarabela B. (2007) Signs of early social cognition in children's syntax: The case of joint attention in argument realization in child Inuktitut Lingua. 117: 1837-1857
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