Kim Plunkett

Affiliations: 
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Connectionism, word learning, language acquisition
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Children

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Carmel Houston-Price grad student Oxford
Denis Mareschal grad student Oxford (Neurotree)
Graham Schafer grad student Oxford (Neurotree)
Suzy J Styles grad student
Emma Hayiou-Thomas grad student 1998-2002 Oxford (Neurotree)
Jörn Klinger grad student 2009-2010 Oxford
Nadja Althaus post-doc Oxford (Neurotree)
Nivedita Mani post-doc 2005- Oxford
Julien Mayor post-doc 2007- Oxford
Emily Mather post-doc 2007-2010 Oxford (Neurotree)

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John Coleman collaborator 2005- Oxford (Neurotree)
Gert Westermann collaborator 2003-2007 Oxford
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Plunkett K, Delle Luche C, Hills T, et al. (2022) Tracking the associative boost in infancy. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies
Sučević J, Althaus N, Plunkett K. (2022) Discovering category boundaries: The role of comparison in infants' novel category learning. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies
Forbes SH, Plunkett K. (2021) The development of contour processing abilities in the second year. Developmental Psychology. 57: 639-650
Sučević J, Althaus N, Plunkett K. (2021) The role of labels and motions in infant category learning. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 205: 105062
Althaus N, Gliozzi V, Mayor J, et al. (2020) Infant categorization as a dynamic process linked to memory. Royal Society Open Science. 7: 200328
Sucevic J, Plunkett K. (2020) 0098 The Role of Sleep in Novel Category Learning in Infancy Sleep. 43
Floccia C, Luche CD, Lepadatu I, et al. (2020) Translation equivalent and cross-language semantic priming in bilingual toddlers Journal of Memory and Language. 112: 104086
D'Souza D, D'Souza H, Horváth K, et al. (2019) Sleep is atypical across neurodevelopmental disorders in infants and toddlers: A cross-syndrome study. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 97: 103549
Forbes SH, Plunkett K. (2019) The role of colour labels in mediating toddler visual attention. Cognition. 186: 159-170
Forbes SH, Plunkett K. (2018) Infants show early comprehension of basic color words. Developmental Psychology
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