Graham Schafer, PhD

Affiliations: 
University of Reading, Earley, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
cognitive development, language development, early word learning
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Whyte AR, Schafer G, Williams CM. (2015) Cognitive effects following acute wild blueberry supplementation in 7- to 10-year-old children. European Journal of Nutrition
Schafer G, Genesoni L, Boden G, et al. (2014) Development and validation of a parent-report measure for detection of cognitive delay in infancy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 56: 1194-201
Cheng X, Schafer G, Riddell PM. (2014) Immediate auditory repetition of words and nonwords: an ERP study of lexical and sublexical processing. Plos One. 9: e91988
Baker M, Schafer G, Alcock KJ, et al. (2013) A parentally administered cognitive development assessment for children from 10 to 24 months. Infant Behavior & Development. 36: 279-87
Schafer G, Williams TI, Smith PT. (2013) Which words are hard for autistic children to learn? Mind and Language. 28: 661-698
Mather E, Schafer G, Houston-Price C. (2011) The impact of novel labels on visual processing during infancy. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 29: 783-805
Zammit M, Schafer G. (2011) Maternal label and gesture use affects acquisition of specific object names. Journal of Child Language. 38: 201-21
Cheng X, Schafer G, Akyürek EG. (2010) Name agreement in picture naming: an ERP study. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 76: 130-41
Schafer G. (2005) Infants can learn decontextualized words before their first birthday. Child Development. 76: 87-96
Tan SH, Schafer G. (2005) Toddlers' novel word learning: Effects of phonological representation, vocabulary size and parents' ostensive behaviour First Language. 25: 131-155
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