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Jesse Snedeker

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Language development, language comprehension
"Jesse Snedeker"
Mean distance: 15.11 (cluster 15)
Cross-listing: LinguisTree - CSD Tree


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Lila R. Gleitman grad student 1995-1999 Penn
Henry Gleitman grad student 1995-1999 Penn
John Trueswell grad student 2000-2001 Penn


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Margaret E. Echelbarger research assistant 2008-2008 Harvard University - Psychology Department (LinguisTree)
Amanda Pogue research assistant 2008-2008 Harvard
Meltem Yucel research assistant 2013-2013 Harvard University - Psychology Department
Eva Wittenberg grad student (LinguisTree)
Jayden Ziegler grad student Harvard
Amy C. Geojo grad student 2007- Harvard
David A. Barner grad student 2002-2006 Harvard
Malathi Thothathiri grad student 2008 Harvard
Joy C. Geren grad student 2010 Harvard
Timothy J. O'Donnell grad student 2011 Harvard
Mahesh Srinivasan grad student 2005-2011 Harvard
Joshua K. Hartshorne grad student 2007-2012 Harvard
Manizeh Khan grad student 2007-2013 Harvard
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Kocab A, Senghas A, Coppola M, et al. (2022) Potentially recursive structures emerge quickly when a new language community forms. Cognition. 232: 105261
Kocab A, Davidson K, Snedeker J. (2022) The Emergence of Natural Language Quantification. Cognitive Science. 46: e13097
Özge D, Kornfilt J, Maquate K, et al. (2021) German-speaking children use sentence-initial case marking for predictive language processing at age four. Cognition. 221: 104988
Coffey JR, Shafto CL, Geren JC, et al. (2021) The effects of maternal input on language in the absence of genetic confounds: Vocabulary development in internationally adopted children. Child Development
Yacovone A, Shafto CL, Worek A, et al. (2021) Word vs. World Knowledge: A developmental shift from bottom-up lexical cues to top-down plausibility. Cognitive Psychology. 131: 101442
Yacovone A, Moya E, Snedeker J. (2021) Unexpected words or unexpected languages? Two ERP effects of code-switching in naturalistic discourse. Cognition. 215: 104814
Huang Y, Snedeker J. (2020) Evidence from the visual world paradigm raises questions about unaccusativity and growth curve analyses. Cognition. 200: 104251
Ziegler J, Bencini G, Goldberg A, et al. (2019) How abstract is syntax? Evidence from structural priming. Cognition. 193: 104045
Kocab A, Ziegler J, Snedeker J. (2019) It takes a village: The role of community size in linguistic regularization. Cognitive Psychology. 114: 101227
Paul P, Ziegler J, Chalmers E, et al. (2019) Children and adults successfully comprehend subject-only sentences online. Plos One. 14: e0209670
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