Isabelle Dautriche, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Dept d'Etudes Cognitives CNRS Ecole Normale Supérieure 
Area:
Language Acquisition
Website:
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Anne Christophe grad student 2012-2015 CNRS, Paris

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Brian Buccola collaborator (LinguisTree)
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Dautriche I, Goupil L, Smith K, et al. (2022) Two-Year-Olds' Eye Movements Reflect Confidence in Their Understanding of Words. Psychological Science. 9567976221105208
Dautriche I, Goupil L, Smith K, et al. (2021) Knowing How You Know: Toddlers Reevaluate Words Learned From an Unreliable Speaker. Open Mind : Discoveries in Cognitive Science. 5: 1-19
de Carvalho A, Dautriche I, Fiévet AC, et al. (2020) Toddlers exploit referential and syntactic cues to flexibly adapt their interpretation of novel verb meanings. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 203: 105017
Gibson E, Futrell R, Piantadosi ST, et al. (2019) How Efficiency Shapes Human Language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Chemla E, Dautriche I, Buccola B, et al. (2019) Constraints on the lexicons of human languages have cognitive roots present in baboons (). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Gibson E, Futrell R, Piandadosi ST, et al. (2019) How Efficiency Shapes Human Language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Chemla E, Buccola B, Dautriche I. (2019) Connecting Content and Logical Words Journal of Semantics. 36: 531-547
Buccola B, Dautriche I, Chemla E. (2018) Competition and Symmetry in an Artificial Word Learning Task. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2176
Mahowald K, Dautriche I, Gibson E, et al. (2018) Word Forms Are Structured for Efficient Use. Cognitive Science
Dautriche I, Fibla L, Fievet AC, et al. (2018) Learning homophones in context: Easy cases are favored in the lexicon of natural languages. Cognitive Psychology. 104: 83-105
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