Elizabeth Wonnacott, Ph.D.

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
"Elizabeth Wonnacott"
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Elissa Newport grad student 2006 Rochester
 (Acquiring argument structure from the input distribution: A miniature language study.)
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Joseph H, Wonnacott E, Nation K. (2021) EXPRESS: Online inference making and comprehension monitoring in children during reading: Evidence from eye movements. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021821999007
Motamedi Y, Murgiano M, Perniss P, et al. (2020) Linking language to sensory experience: onomatopoeia in early language development. Developmental Science. e13066
Sinkeviciute R, Brown H, Brekelmans G, et al. (2019) THE ROLE OF INPUT VARIABILITY AND LEARNER AGE IN SECOND LANGUAGE VOCABULARY LEARNING Studies in Second Language Acquisition. 41: 795-820
Samara A, Singh D, Wonnacott E. (2018) Statistical learning and spelling: Evidence from an incidental learning experiment with children. Cognition. 182: 25-30
Giannakopoulou A, Brown H, Clayards M, et al. (2017) High or low? Comparing high and low-variability phonetic training in adult and child second language learners. Peerj. 5: e3209
Samara A, Smith K, Brown H, et al. (2017) Acquiring variation in an artificial language: Children and adults are sensitive to socially conditioned linguistic variation. Cognitive Psychology. 94: 85-114
Smith K, Perfors A, Fehér O, et al. (2017) Language learning, language use and the evolution of linguistic variation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 372
Wonnacott E, Brown H, Nation K. (2017) Skewing the evidence: The effect of input structure on child and adult learning of lexically based patterns in an artificial language Journal of Memory and Language. 95: 36-48
Fehér O, Wonnacott E, Smith K. (2016) Structural priming in artificial languages and the regularisation of unpredictable variation Journal of Memory and Language. 91: 158-180
Wonnacott E, Joseph HS, Adelman JS, et al. (2015) Is children's reading "good enough"? Links between online processing and comprehension as children read syntactically ambiguous sentences. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-25
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