Luca Onnis

Affiliations: 
Second Language Studies University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI 
Area:
Psycholinguistics, computational modeling
Website:
http://www2.hawaii.edu/~lucao/index.html
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Thiessen ED, Onnis L, Hong SJ, et al. (2018) Early developing syntactic knowledge influences sequential statistical learning in infancy. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 177: 211-221
Onnis L. (2013) The bilingual brain allows new insights and predictions on human capabilities: comment on “The bilingual brain: flexibility and control in the human cortex” by Buchweitz and Prat. Physics of Life Reviews. 10: 452-3; discussion 45
Onnis L, Thiessen E. (2013) Language experience changes subsequent learning. Cognition. 126: 268-84
Christiansen MH, Conway CM, Onnis L. (2012) Similar Neural Correlates for Language and Sequential Learning: Evidence from Event-Related Brain Potentials. Language and Cognitive Processes. 27: 231-256
Onnis L, Spivey MJ. (2012) Toward a new scientific visualization for the language Sciences Information (Switzerland). 3: 124-150
Waterfall HR, Sandbank B, Onnis L, et al. (2010) An empirical generative framework for computational modeling of language acquisition. Journal of Child Language. 37: 671-703
Goldstein MH, Waterfall HR, Lotem A, et al. (2010) General cognitive principles for learning structure in time and space. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 14: 249-58
Onnis L, Christiansen MH, Chater N. (2010) Connectionist Models of Language Processing Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 83-90
Christiansen MH, Onnis L, Hockema SA. (2009) The secret is in the sound: from unsegmented speech to lexical categories. Developmental Science. 12: 388-95
Onnis L, Christiansen MH. (2008) Lexical categories at the edge of the word. Cognitive Science. 32: 184-221
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