Jessica S. Horst

University of Sussex, Falmer, England, United Kingdom 
Cognitive development, language acquisition
"Jessica Horst"
Mean distance: 16.68 (cluster 15)
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Bob McMurray grad student University of Iowa
Larissa K. Samuelson grad student 2001-2007 University of Iowa
 (Turning novel names into known names: Understanding referent selection and retention in 24-month-old children and neural networks.)
Lisa M. Oakes research scientist University of Iowa
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Axelsson EL, Swinton J, Jiang IY, et al. (2021) Prior Exposure and Toddlers' Sleep-Related Memory for Novel Words. Brain Sciences. 11
Alcock K, Watts S, Horst J. (2020) What am I supposed to be looking at? Controls and measures in inter-modal preferential looking. Infant Behavior & Development. 60: 101449
Horst JS, Twomey KE, Morse AF, et al. (2020) When Object Color Is a Red Herring: Extraneous Perceptual Information Hinders Word Learning via Referent Selection Ieee Transactions On Cognitive and Developmental Systems. 12: 222-231
Horst JS, Bird CM. (2020) Conceptual systems align to aid concept learning Nature Machine Intelligence. 2: 92-93
Flack ZM, Field AP, Horst JS. (2018) The effects of shared storybook reading on word learning: A meta-analysis. Developmental Psychology
Berens SC, Horst JS, Bird CM. (2018) Cross-Situational Learning Is Supported by Propose-but-Verify Hypothesis Testing. Current Biology : Cb
Axelsson EL, Swinton J, Winiger AI, et al. (2018) Napping and toddlers’ memory for fast-mapped words First Language. 38: 582-595
Flack ZM, Horst JS. (2017) Why Do Little Kids Ask to Hear the Same Story Over and Over? Frontiers For Young Minds. 5
Rohlfing KJ, Ceurremans J, Horst JS. (2017) Benefits of Repeated Book Readings in Children With SLI Communication Disorders Quarterly. 39: 367-370
Flack ZM, Horst JS. (2017) Two sides to every story: Children learn words better from one storybook page at a time Infant and Child Development. 27: e2047
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