Peter W. Jusczyk

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
speech perception, language acquisition
"Peter Jusczyk"
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Peter D. Eimas research assistant 1966-1970 Brown (Neurotree)
Deborah Kemler Nelson grad student 1975 Penn (Neurotree)


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Richard Ivry grad student University of Oregon (Neurotree)
Elizabeth K. Johnson grad student Johns Hopkins
Rochelle S. Newman grad student SUNY Buffalo (PsychTree)
Derek M Houston grad student 1996-2000 Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)
Ruth J. Tincoff grad student 1996-2001 Johns Hopkins


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Burton Rosner collaborator Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)
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Tincoff R, Jusczyk PW. (2012) Six-Month-Olds Comprehend Words That Refer to Parts of the Body Infancy. 17: 432-444
Newman R, Ratner NB, Jusczyk AM, et al. (2006) Infants' early ability to segment the conversational speech signal predicts later language development: a retrospective analysis. Developmental Psychology. 42: 643-55
Nazzi T, Dilley LC, Jusczyk AM, et al. (2005) English-learning infants' segmentation of verbs from fluent speech. Language and Speech. 48: 279-98
Hollich G, Newman RS, Jusczyk PW. (2005) Infants' use of synchronized visual information to separate streams of speech. Child Development. 76: 598-613
Soderstrom M, Nelson DGK, Jusczyk PW. (2005) Six-month-olds recognize clauses embedded in different passages of fluent speech Infant Behavior and Development. 28: 87-94
Houston DM, Santelmann LM, Jusczyk PW. (2004) English-learning infants' segmentation of trisyllabic words from fluent speech Language and Cognitive Processes. 19: 97-136
Houston DM, Jusczyk PW. (2003) Infants' long-term memory for the sound patterns of words and voices. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 29: 1143-54
Johnson EK, Jusczyk PW, Cutler A, et al. (2003) Lexical viability constraints on speech segmentation by infants. Cognitive Psychology. 46: 65-97
Seidl A, Hollich G, Jusczyk PW. (2003) Early understanding of subject and object Wh-questions Infancy. 4: 423-436
Soderstrom M, Seidl A, Kemler Nelson DG, et al. (2003) The prosodic bootstrapping of phrases: Evidence from prelinguistic infants Journal of Memory and Language. 49: 249-267
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