Felix Wang

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2012-2016 University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
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Toben H. Mintz grad student 2012-2016 USC

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Jared Leslie grad student 2019- University of Nevada Las Vegas (Neurotree)
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Wang FH, Luo M, Wang S. (2023) Perceptual intake explains variability in statistical word segmentation. Cognition. 241: 105612
Wang FH, Luo M, Li N. (2023) Four- and six-year-old children track a single meaning with both familiar and unfamiliar referents when the referent is clear: More evidence for propose-but-verify. Developmental Science. e13441
Baker MM, New A, Aguilar-Simon M, et al. (2023) A domain-agnostic approach for characterization of lifelong learning systems. Neural Networks : the Official Journal of the International Neural Network Society. 160: 274-296
Wang FH, Trueswell J. (2022) Being suspicious of suspicious coincidences: The case of learning subordinate word meanings. Cognition. 224: 105028
Wang FH. (2020) Explicit and implicit memory representations in cross-situational word learning. Cognition. 205: 104444
Wang FH, Zevin JD, Trueswell JC, et al. (2020) Top-down grouping affects adjacent dependency learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Wang FH, Hutton EA, Zevin JD. (2019) Statistical Learning of Unfamiliar Sounds as Trajectories Through a Perceptual Similarity Space. Cognitive Science. 43: e12740
Wang FH, Trueswell JC. (2019) Spotting Dalmatians: Children's ability to discover subordinate-level word meanings cross-situationally. Cognitive Psychology. 114: 101226
Wang FH, Zevin J, Mintz TH. (2019) Successfully learning non-adjacent dependencies in a continuous artificial language stream. Cognitive Psychology. 113: 101223
Wang FH, Mintz TH. (2018) Learning nonadjacent dependencies embedded in sentences of an artificial language: When learning breaks down. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
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