LouAnn Gerken

Psychology, cognitive science University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Language acquisition
"LouAnn Gerken"
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Barbara Landau grad student 1987 Columbia


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Rebecca L. Gomez grad student 1995 University of Arizona
Jessica Maye grad student 2000 University of Arizona
Rachel S. Wilson grad student 2002 University of Arizona
Frances Balcomb grad student 2007 University of Arizona (Neurotree)
Peter T. Richtsmeier grad student 2008 University of Arizona (Neurotree)
Brittany A. Lindsey grad student 2009 University of Arizona (Neurotree)
Colin R. Dawson grad student 2011 University of Arizona (Neurotree)
Kara Hawthorne grad student 2013 University of Arizona (Neurotree)
Megan Figueroa grad student 2013-2018 University of Arizona
Carolyn Quam post-doc 2011-2014
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Gerken L, Plante E, Goffman L. (2021) Not All Procedural Learning Tasks Are Difficult for Adults With Developmental Language Disorder. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 1-13
Quam C, Clough L, Knight S, et al. (2020) Infants' discrimination of consonant contrasts in the presence and absence of talker variability. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies
Figueroa M, Gerken L. (2019) Experience with morphosyntactic paradigms allows toddlers to tacitly anticipate overregularized verb forms months before they produce them. Cognition. 191: 103977
Gerken L, Quam C, Goffman L. (2019) Adults Fail to Learn a Type of Linguistic Pattern that is Readily Learned by Infants Language Learning and Development. 15: 279-294
Gervain J, de la Cruz-Pavía I, Gerken L. (2018) Behavioral and Imaging Studies of Infant Artificial Grammar Learning. Topics in Cognitive Science
Gonzales K, Gerken L, Gómez RL. (2018) How who is talking matters as much as what they say to infant language learners. Cognitive Psychology. 106: 1-20
Quam C, Knight S, Gerken L. (2017) The Distribution of Talker Variability Impacts Infants' Word Learning. Laboratory Phonology. 8
Gerken L, Quam C. (2016) Infant learning is influenced by local spurious generalizations. Developmental Science
Gerken L, Knight S. (2015) Infants generalize from just (the right) four words. Cognition. 143: 187-92
Gonzales K, Gerken L, Gómez RL. (2015) Does hearing two dialects at different times help infants learn dialect-specific rules? Cognition. 140: 60-71
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