Mohinish Shukla

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Area:
Cognition, Brain imaging, Language
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Cross-listing: Neurotree - LinguisTree - CSD Tree

Parents

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Jacques Mehler grad student 2000-2007 Rochester
 (First Ph.D. student of Jacques in Italy)
Richard N. Aslin post-doc Rochester (Neurotree)

Children

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Mihye Choi grad student (Neurotree)
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Shukla M, de Villiers J. (2021) The role of language in building abstract, generalized conceptual representations of one- and two-place predicates: A comparison between adults and infants. Cognition. 104705
Choi M, Shukla M. (2021) A New Proposal for Phoneme Acquisition: Computing Speaker-Specific Distribution. Brain Sciences. 11
Aslin RN, Shukla M, Emberson LL. (2015) Hemodynamic correlates of cognition in human infants. Annual Review of Psychology. 66: 349-79
Gervain J, Mehler J, Werker JF, et al. (2011) Near-infrared spectroscopy: a report from the McDonnell infant methodology consortium. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 1: 22-46
Shukla M, White KS, Aslin RN. (2011) Prosody guides the rapid mapping of auditory word forms onto visual objects in 6-mo-old infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 6038-43
Shukla M, Wen J, White KS, et al. (2011) SMART-T: a system for novel fully automated anticipatory eye-tracking paradigms. Behavior Research Methods. 43: 384-98
Shukla M, Nespor M. (2010) Rhythmic patterns cue word order The Sound Patterns of Syntax
Toro JM, Shukla M, Nespor M, et al. (2008) The quest for generalizations over consonants: asymmetries between consonants and vowels are not the by-product of acoustic differences. Perception & Psychophysics. 70: 1515-25
Shukla M, Nespor M, Mehler J. (2007) An interaction between prosody and statistics in the segmentation of fluent speech. Cognitive Psychology. 54: 1-32
Mehler J, Nespor M, Shukla M, et al. (2006) Why is language unique to humans? Novartis Foundation Symposium. 270: 251-80; discussion 2
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