Lakshmi J. Gogate

Affiliations: 
Psychology Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, FL, United States 
Area:
Child language acquisition
Website:
http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Psychology/3249.asp
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Parents

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Lorraine McCune grad student 1995 Rutgers (LinguisTree)
Lorraine E. Bahrick post-doc 1997-1999 Florida International

Children

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Dalit Matatyaho-Bullaro grad student
Madhavilatha Maganti post-doc 2009-2011
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Gogate LJ, Maganti M. (2016) The dynamics of infant attention: Implications for crossmodal perception and word mapping research Child Development. 87: 345-364
Gogate L, Hollich G. (2016) Infants’ verb-action and noun-object mapping across sensory modalities: A neuro-developmental view Developmental Neuropsychology. 41: 293-307
Gogate L. (2016) The development of early multisensory perception and communication: From environmental and behavioral to neural signatures Developmental Neuropsychology. 41: 269-272
Gogate L, Maganti M, Bahrick LE. (2015) Cross-cultural evidence for multimodal motherese: Asian Indian mothers' adaptive use of synchronous words and gestures. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 129: 110-26
Matatyaho-Bullaro DJ, Gogate L, Mason Z, et al. (2014) Type of object motion facilitates word mapping by preverbal infants Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 118: 27-40
Gogate L, Maganti M, Perenyi A. (2014) Preterm and term infants' perception of temporally coordinated syllable-object pairings: Implications for lexical development Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 57: 187-198
Matatyaho-Bullaro M, Gogate L, Mason Z, et al. (2014) Type of object motion facilitates word mapping by preverbal infants Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 118: 27-40
Gogate LJ, Maganti M, Laing KB. (2013) Maternal naming of object wholes versus parts to preverbal infants: a fine-grained analysis of scaffolding at 6-8 months. Infant Behavior & Development. 36: 470-9
Gogate L, Hollich G. (2013) Timing matters: Dynamic interactions create sensitive periods for word learning Theoretical and Computational Models of Word Learning: Trends in Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. 28-48
Gogate L, Hollich G. (2013) Preface Theoretical and Computational Models of Word Learning: Trends in Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. xiv-xviii
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