Kathleen Shaw
Kathleen Shaw
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Electrophysiological evidence of emotion perception without central attention
K Shaw, MC Lien, E Ruthruff, PA Allen
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 23 (6), 695-708, 2011
352011
Degrading phonetic information affects matching of audiovisual speech in adults, but not in infants
M Baart, J Vroomen, K Shaw, H Bortfeld
Cognition 130 (1), 31-43, 2014
252014
Disentangling the influence of salience and familiarity on infant word learning: methodological advances
H Bortfeld, K Shaw, N Depowski
Frontiers in psychology 4, 2013
102013
Infants’ preference for native audiovisual speech dissociated from congruency preference
K Shaw, M Baart, N Depowski, H Bortfeld
PloS one 10 (4), 2015
82015
Sources of Confusion in Infant Audiovisual Speech Perception Research.
KE Shaw, H Bortfeld
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1844-1844, 2014
62014
The Miracle Year: From Basic Structure to
H Bortfeld, K Shaw, N Depowski
Theoretical and Computational Models of Word Learning: Trends in Psychology …, 2013
42013
Phonetic information in audiovisual speech is more important for adults than for infants; preliminary findings.
M Baart, J Vroomen, KE Shaw, H Bortfeld
Auditory-Visual Speech Processing (AVSP) 2013, 2013
12013
Infant Communication
B Gruenbaum, N Depowski, KE Shaw, H Bortfeld
The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication, 241, 2012
12012
Infants May Be Sensitive to Asynchronous Audiovisual Speech
KE Shaw
2014
Infants are Sensitive to Asynchronous Audiovisual Speech
K Shaw, H Bortfeld
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