Vera Kempe

Psychology University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Second language acquisition, child language acquisition, psycholinguistics
"Vera Kempe"
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MacWhinney B, Kempe V, Brooks PJ, et al. (2022) Editorial: Emergentist Approaches to Language. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 833160
Williams GP, Panayotov N, Kempe V. (2021) Exposure to dialect variation in an artificial language prior to literacy training impairs reading of words with competing variants but does not affect decoding skills. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Williams GP, Panayotov N, Kempe V. (2020) How does dialect exposure affect learning to read and spell? An artificial orthography study. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Brooks PJ, Kempe V. (2020) How are exemplar representations transformed by encoding, retrieval, and explicit knowledge? A commentary on Ambridge (2020) First Language. 40: 564-568
Langley MC, Benítez-Burraco A, Kempe V. (2019) Playing with language, creating complexity: Has play contributed to the evolution of complex language? Evolutionary Anthropology
Kempe V, Gauvrit N, Gibson A, et al. (2019) Adults are more efficient in creating and transmitting novel signalling systems than children Journal of Language Evolution. 4: 44-70
Benítez-Burraco A, Kempe V. (2018) The Emergence of Modern Languages: Has Human Self-Domestication Optimized Language Transmission? Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 551
Kempe V, Brooks PJ. (2018) Linking Adult Second Language Learning and Diachronic Change: A Cautionary Note. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 480
Brooks PJ, Kempe V. (2018) More Is More in Language Learning: Reconsidering the Less-Is-More Hypothesis Language Learning. 69: 13-41
Kirk NW, Kempe V, Scott-Brown KC, et al. (2017) Can monolinguals be like bilinguals? Evidence from dialect switching. Cognition. 170: 164-178
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