Gert Westermann

Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England, United Kingdom 
Connectionism, cognitive development, categorisation, language acquisition
"Gert Westermann"
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Taxitari L, Twomey KE, Westermann G, et al. (2020) The Limits of Infants' Early Word Learning. Language Learning and Development : the Official Journal of the Society For Language Development. 16: 1-21
Bazhydai M, Silverstein P, Parise E, et al. (2020) Two-year old children preferentially transmit simple actions but not pedagogically demonstrated actions. Developmental Science. e12941
Bazhydai M, Westermann G, Parise E. (2020) "I don't know but I know who to ask": 12-month-olds actively seek information from knowledgeable adults. Developmental Science
Silverstein P, Gliga T, Westermann G, et al. (2019) Probing communication-induced memory biases in preverbal infants: Two replication attempts of Yoon, Johnson and Csibra (2008). Infant Behavior & Development. 55: 77-87
Hilton M, Twomey KE, Westermann G. (2019) Taking their eye off the ball: How shyness affects children's attention during word learning. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 183: 134-145
Twomey KE, Westermann G. (2018) Learned Labels Shape Pre-speech Infants' Object Representations. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 23: 61-73
Twomey KE, Westermann G. (2017) Curiosity-based learning in infants: a neurocomputational approach. Developmental Science
Twomey KE, Ma L, Westermann G. (2017) All the Right Noises: Background Variability Helps Early Word Learning. Cognitive Science
Hilton M, Westermann G. (2016) The effect of shyness on children's formation and retention of novel word-object mappings. Journal of Child Language. 1-19
Kaduk K, Bakker M, Juvrud J, et al. (2016) Semantic processing of actions at 9months is linked to language proficiency at 9 and 18months. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
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