Naomi Havron
Naomi Havron
Senior Lecturer, University of Haifa
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor psy.haifa.ac.il
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Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed-speech preference
ManyBabies Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
Young children’s screen time during the first COVID-19 lockdown in 12 countries
C Bergmann, N Dimitrova, K Alaslani, A Almohammadi, H Alroqi, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 2015, 2022
The effect of older siblings on language development as a function of age difference and sex
N Havron, F Ramus, B Heude, A Forhan, A Cristia, H Peyre, ...
Psychological Science 30 (9), 1333-1343, 2019
A multilab study of bilingual infants: Exploring the preference for infant-directed speech
K Byers-Heinlein, ASM Tsui, C Bergmann, AK Black, A Brown, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 4 (1 …, 2021
Three‐to four‐year‐old children rapidly adapt their predictions and use them to learn novel word meanings
N Havron, A de Carvalho, AC Fiévet, A Christophe
Child development 90 (1), 82-90, 2019
COVID-19 first lockdown as a window into language acquisition: associations between caregiver-child activities and vocabulary gains
N Kartushina, N Mani, A Aktan-Erciyes, K Alaslani, NJ Aldrich, ...
Language Development Research 2 (1), 2022
Preregistration in infant research—A primer
N Havron, C Bergmann, S Tsuji
Infancy 25 (5), 734-754, 2020
Child-directed and overheard input from different speakers in two distinct cultures
G Loukatou, C Scaff, K Demuth, A Cristia, N Havron
Journal of Child Language 49 (6), 1173-1192, 2022
What makes social work students implement evidence-based practice behaviors?
Y Shapira, G Enosh, N Havron
Journal of Social Work Education 53 (2), 187-200, 2017
Reading between the words: The effect of literacy on second language lexical segmentation
N Havron, I Arnon
Applied Psycholinguistics 38 (1), 127-153, 2017
COVID-19 first lockdown as a unique window into language acquisition: What you do (with your child) matters
N Kartushina
Материалы Международного психологического форума «Ребенок в цифровом мире», 5-6, 2022
Minding the gaps: literacy enhances lexical segmentation in children learning to read
N Havron, I Arnon
Journal of Child Language 44 (6), 1516-1538, 2017
Starting big: The effect of unit size on language learning in children and adults
N Havron, I Arnon
Journal of Child Language 48 (2), 244-260, 2021
Infant-directed input and literacy effects on phonological processing: Non-word repetition scores among the Tsimane’
A Cristia, G Farabolini, C Scaff, N Havron, J Stieglitz
PloS one 15 (9), e0237702, 2020
Socioeconomic status correlates with measures of Language Environment Analysis (LENA) system: a meta-analysis
P Leonardo, N Havron, A Cristia
Journal of child language 49 (5), 1037-1051, 2022
Literate and preliterate children show different learning patterns in an artificial language learning task
N Havron, L Raviv, I Arnon
Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science 2, 21-33, 2018
High screen use by children aged 12–36 months during the first COVID‐19 lockdown was associated with parental stress and screen use
R Farah, M Zivan, L Niv, N Havron, J Hutton, T Horowitz‐Kraus
Acta Paediatrica 110 (10), 2808-2809, 2021
The effect of older sibling, postnatal maternal stress, and household factors on language development in two-to four-year-old children.
N Havron, I Lovcevic, MZL Kee, H Chen, YS Chong, M Daniel, ...
Developmental Psychology, 2022
Why not both? Using multiple measures to improve reliability in infant studies
N Havron
Infant and Child Development 31 (5), e2336, 2022
Syntactic prediction adaptation accounts for language processing and language learning
N Havron, M Babineau, AC Fiévet, A de Carvalho, A Christophe
Language Learning 71 (4), 1194-1221, 2021
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