Henry Gleitman, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Language and Communication
"Henry Gleitman"
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Kathleen Galotti grad student Penn
Steven F. Maier grad student CU Boulder
Carol A. Miller grad student Penn (CSD Tree)
John Monterosso grad student Penn
John Jonides grad student 1975 Penn
Philip J. Kellman grad student 1977-1980 Penn
Jesse Snedeker grad student 1995-1999 Penn
Andrew C. Connolly grad student 2000-2003 Penn
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Connolly AC, Fodor JA, Gleitman LR, et al. (2007) Why stereotypes don't even make good defaults. Cognition. 103: 1-22
Lidz J, Gleitman H, Gleitman L. (2003) Understanding how input matters: verb learning and the footprint of universal grammar. Cognition. 87: 151-78
Gillette J, Gleitman H, Gleitman L, et al. (1999) Human simulations of vocabulary learning. Cognition. 73: 135-76
Gleitman L, Gleitman H. (1997) What is a language made out of? Lingua. 100: 29-55
Gleitman LR, Gleitman H, Miller C, et al. (1996) Similar, and similar concepts. Cognition. 58: 321-76
Gleitman LR, Gleitman H. (1992) A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words, but That's the Problem: The Role of Syntax in Vocabulary Acquisition Current Directions in Psychological Science. 1: 31-35
Fisher C, Gleitman H, Gleitman LR. (1991) On the semantic content of subcategorization frames. Cognitive Psychology. 23: 331-92
Parrott WG, Gleitman H. (1989) Infants’ expectations in play: The joy of peek-a-boo Cognition and Emotion. 3: 291-311
Kellman PJ, Gleitman H, Spelke ES. (1987) Object and observer motion in the perception of objects by infants. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 13: 586-93
Termine N, Hrynick T, Kestenbaum R, et al. (1987) Perceptual completion of surfaces in infancy. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 13: 524-32
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