Elena Luchkina

2019 Brown University, Providence, RI 
 2019- Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Laguage acquisition, infant cognition
"Elena Luchkina"

Luchkina, Elena, Social Aspects of Word Learning: Cues that Facilitate Children’s Trust in Reliable Sources (2019). Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences Theses and Dissertations. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.26300/e2cx-5g30

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Edward Gibson research assistant 2011-2011 MIT
Athena Vouloumanos research assistant 2012-2013 NYU
James L. Morgan grad student 2019 Brown (LinguisTree)
 (Social Aspects of Word Learning: Cues that Facilitate Children’s Trust in Reliable Sources)
David M. Sobel grad student 2019 Brown
Sandra R. Waxman post-doc 2019- Northwestern
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Luchkina E, Waxman S. (2021) Acquiring verbal reference: The interplay of cognitive, linguistic, and general learning capacities. Infant Behavior & Development. 65: 101624
Luchkina E, Xu F. (2021) From social contingency to verbal reference: A constructivist hypothesis. Psychological Review
Luchkina E, Waxman SR. (2021) Semantic priming supports infants' ability to learn names of unseen objects. Plos One. 16: e0244968
Luchkina E, Morgan JL, Williams DJ, et al. (2020) Questions Can Answer Questions About Mechanisms of Preschoolers' Selective Word Learning. Child Development. 91: e1119-e1133
Luchkina E, Corriveau KH, Sobel DM. (2019) I don't believe what you said before: Preschoolers retrospectively discount information from inaccurate speakers. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 104701
Luchkina E, Sobel DM, Morgan JL. (2018) Eighteen-month-olds selectively generalize words from accurate speakers to novel contexts. Developmental Science. e12663
Luchkina E, Sommerville JA, Sobel DM. (2018) More than just making it go: Toddlers effectively integrate causal efficacy and intentionality in selecting an appropriate causal intervention Cognitive Development. 45: 48-56
Futrell R, Hickey T, Lee A, et al. (2015) Cross-linguistic gestures reflect typological universals: a subject-initial, verb-final bias in speakers of diverse languages. Cognition. 136: 215-21
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