Jean-Remy Hochmann, Ph.D.

2005-2010 SISSA, Trieste, Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy 
 2011-2013 Psychology Department Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 2013-2014 École normale supérieure Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
 2014- Laboratoire sur le Langage le Cerveau et la Cognition CNRS - Université Lyon 1 
Language Acquisition, Conceptual Development
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Hochmann JR. (2022) Representations of Abstract Relations in Infancy. Open Mind : Discoveries in Cognitive Science. 6: 291-310
Bouchon C, Hochmann JR, Toro JM. (2022) Spanish-learning infants switch from a vowel to a consonant bias during the first year of life. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 221: 105444
Hochmann JR, Kouider S. (2022) Acceleration of information processing en route to perceptual awareness in infancy. Current Biology : Cb
Hochmann JR, Toro JM. (2021) Negative mental representations in infancy. Cognition. 104599
Quirins M, Marois C, Valente M, et al. (2018) Conscious processing of auditory regularities induces a pupil dilation. Scientific Reports. 8: 14819
Hochmann JR, Carey S, Mehler J. (2018) Infants learn a rule predicated on the relation same but fail to simultaneously learn a rule predicated on the relation different. Cognition. 177: 49-57
Hochmann JR, Tuerk AS, Sanborn S, et al. (2017) Children's representation of abstract relations in relational/array match-to-sample tasks. Cognitive Psychology. 99: 17-43
Hochmann J, Benavides-Varela S, Fló A, et al. (2017) Bias for Vocalic Over Consonantal Information in 6-Month-Olds Infancy. 23: 136-151
Papeo L, Hochmann JR, Battelli L. (2016) The Default Computation of Negated Meanings. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-7
Hochmann JR, Mody S, Carey S. (2016) Infants' representations of same and different in match- and non-match-to-sample. Cognitive Psychology. 86: 87-111
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