Nivedita Mani

Psychology Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, Niedersachsen, Germany 
Language Acquisition, Phonology, Lexical Processing
"Nivedita Mani"
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John Coleman grad student 2002-2006 Oxford (Neurotree)
 (Master's & D. Phil)
Kim Plunkett post-doc 2005- Oxford


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Julien Mayor collaborator Universität Göttingen
John Coleman collaborator 2006-2008 Oxford (Neurotree)
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Daum MM, Mani N, Gampe A. (2016) Special Issue on the "Interrelations between non-linguistic and linguistic representations of cognition and action in development". Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Kriukova O, Mani N. (2016) The strong, the weak, and the first: The impact of phonological stress on processing of orthographic errors in silent reading. Brain Research
Bobb SC, Huettig F, Mani N. (2015) Predicting visual information during sentence processing: Toddlers activate an object's shape before it is mentioned. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Altvater-Mackensen N, Mani N, Grossmann T. (2015) Audiovisual Speech Perception in Infancy: The Influence of Vowel Identity and Infants' Productive Abilities on Sensitivity to (Mis)Matches Between Auditory and Visual Speech Cues. Developmental Psychology
Mani N, Daum MM, Huettig F. (2015) "Pro-active" in many ways: Developmental evidence for a dynamic pluralistic approach to prediction. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-31
Huettig F, Mani N. (2015) Is prediction necessary to understand language? Probably not Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 31: 19-31
Altvater-Mackensen N, Mani N. (2015) Phonological features mediate object-label retrieval and word recognition in the visual world paradigm Attention and Vision in Language Processing. 23-38
Von Holzen K, Mani N. (2014) Bilinguals implicitly name objects in both their languages: an ERP study. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1415
Mani N, Huettig F. (2014) Word reading skill predicts anticipation of upcoming spoken language input: a study of children developing proficiency in reading. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 126: 264-79
Altvater-Mackensen N, Mani N. (2013) Word-form familiarity bootstraps infant speech segmentation. Developmental Science. 16: 980-90
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