Larissa K. Samuelson

Affiliations: 
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
Area:
Cognitive Development, language acquisition, category development
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Linda B. Smith grad student 2000 Indiana University
 (Statistical regularities in vocabulary guide language acquisition in 15-20-month-olds and connectionist models.)
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Bhat AA, Samuelson LK, Spencer JP. (2023) Formal theories clarify the complex: Generalizing a neural process account of the interaction of visual exploration and word learning in infancy. Child Development
Bakopoulou M, Lorenz MG, Forbes SH, et al. (2023) Vocabulary and automatic attention: The relation between novel words and gaze dynamics in noun generalization. Developmental Science. e13399
Perry LK, Kucker SC, Horst JS, et al. (2022) Late bloomer or language disorder? Differences in toddler vocabulary composition associated with long-term language outcomes. Developmental Science. e13342
Bhat AA, Spencer JP, Samuelson LK. (2021) Word-Object Learning via Visual Exploration in Space (WOLVES): A neural process model of cross-situational word learning. Psychological Review
Samuelson LK. (2021) Toward a Precision Science of Word Learning: Understanding Individual Vocabulary Pathways. Child Development Perspectives. 15: 117-124
Jenkins GW, Samuelson LK, Penny W, et al. (2021) Learning words in space and time: Contrasting models of the suspicious coincidence effect. Cognition. 210: 104576
Kucker SC, McMurray B, Samuelson LK. (2019) Sometimes it is better to know less: How known words influence referent selection and retention in 18- to 24-month-old children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 189: 104705
Kucker SC, Samuelson LK, Perry LK, et al. (2018) Reproducibility and a unifying explanation: Lessons from the shape bias. Infant Behavior & Development
Kucker SC, McMurray B, Samuelson LK. (2018) Too Much of a Good Thing: How Novelty Biases and Vocabulary Influence Known and Novel Referent Selection in 18-Month-Old Children and Associative Learning Models. Cognitive Science
Perone S, Plebanek DJ, Lorenz MG, et al. (2017) Empirical Tests of a Brain-Based Model of Executive Function Development. Child Development
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