Athena Vouloumanos

Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Cognitive development, communication, speech, language
"Athena Vouloumanos"
Mean distance: 16.52 (cluster 15)
Cross-listing: PsychTree - CSD Tree


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Janet F. Werker grad student 2004 UBC
 (Is speech special? Insights from neonates and neuroimaging.)


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Alia Martin research assistant 2006-2008 NYU (PsychTree)
Ramanjot Kang research assistant 2010-2011 NYU
Elena Luchkina research assistant 2012-2013 NYU
Amanda Pogue research scientist 2009-2010 NYU
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Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden CM, Vouloumanos A. (2021) Infant biases for detecting speech in complex scenes. Developmental Psychology. 57: 1411-1422
Vouloumanos A, Bryant GA. (2019) Publisher Correction: Five-month-old infants detect affiliation in colaughter. Scientific Reports. 9: 12203
Vouloumanos A, Bryant GA. (2019) Five-month-old infants detect affiliation in colaughter. Scientific Reports. 9: 4158
Yamashiro A, Curtin S, Vouloumanos A. (2019) Does an Early Speech Preference Predict Linguistic and Social-Pragmatic Attention in Infants Displaying and Not Displaying Later ASD Symptoms? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Yamashiro A, Vouloumanos A. (2019) Are linguistic and social-pragmatic abilities separable in neurotypical infants and infants later diagnosed with ASD? Developmental Psychology
Yamashiro A, Sorcinelli A, Rahman T, et al. (2018) Shifting Preferences for Primate Faces in Neurotypical Infants and Infants Later Diagnosed With ASD. Autism Research : Official Journal of the International Society For Autism Research
Sorcinelli A, Vouloumanos A. (2018) Is Visual Perceptual Narrowing an Obligatory Developmental Process? Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2326
Sorcinelli A, Ference J, Curtin S, et al. (2018) Preference for speech in infancy differentially predicts language skills and autism-like behaviors. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 178: 295-316
Yamashiro A, Vouloumanos A. (2018) How do infants and adults process communicative events in real time? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 173: 268-283
Vouloumanos A. (2018) Voulez-vous jouer avec moi? Twelve-month-olds understand that foreign languages can communicate. Cognition. 173: 87-92
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