Linda B. Smith, Ph.D.

Psychological and Brain Sciences Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Cognitive Development, lexical learning, perception
"Linda Smith"
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Cross-listing: LinguisTree - CSD Tree


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Deborah Kemler Nelson grad student 1973-1977 Penn


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Lynn K. Perry research assistant Indiana University
Katharine M. Graf Estes research assistant 2000 University of Indiana
Nicholas E Fears research assistant 2010-2013 Indiana University (PsychTree)
Susan Ellis Weismer grad student Indiana University (LinguisTree)
Ji Y. Son grad student UCLA
Maria D. Sera grad student 1987 Indiana University (LinguisTree)
Larissa K. Samuelson grad student 2000 Indiana University
Catherine M. Sandhofer grad student 2002 Indiana University
Hanako Yoshida grad student 1998-2003 Indiana University
Jun Luo grad student 2004 Indiana University (Evolution Tree)
Rima Hanania grad student 2009 Indiana University
Adam Sheya grad student 2009 Indiana University
Megumi Kuwabara grad student 2011 Indiana University
Sandra Y. Street grad student 2012 Indiana University
Daniel Yurovsky grad student 2007-2012 Indiana University
Viridiana L. Benitez grad student 2013 Indiana University
Lisa M. Cantrell grad student 2013 Indiana University
Catarina Vales grad student 2010-2016 Indiana University
Catalina Suarez-Rivera grad student 2014-2019 Indiana University (CSD Tree)
Drew H. Abney post-doc
Alex Doumas post-doc Indiana University
Jeremy I. Borjon post-doc 2017- Indiana University
Erin Morgan Anderson post-doc 2020- Indiana University (PsychTree)
Sara J. Benham post-doc 2021- Indiana University (CSD Tree)
Alan W. Kersten post-doc 1995-1998 Indiana University
Richard W. Prather post-doc 2009-2014 Indiana University
Caitlin M. Fausey post-doc 2010-2014 Indiana University
Jessica L. Montag post-doc 2014-2015 Indiana
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Anderson EM, Seemiller ES, Smith LB. (2022) Scene saliencies in egocentric vision and their creation by parents and infants. Cognition. 229: 105256
Clerkin EM, Smith LB. (2022) Real-world statistics at two timescales and a mechanism for infant learning of object names. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2123239119
Kuwabara M, Smith LB. (2021) Focus on One or More? Cultural Similarities and Differences in How Parents Talk About Social Events to Preschool Children. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 778960
Yu C, Zhang Y, Slone LK, et al. (2021) The infant's view redefines the problem of referential uncertainty in early word learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Borjon JI, Abney DH, Yu C, et al. (2021) Head and eyes: Looking behavior in 12- to 24-month-old infants. Journal of Vision. 21: 18
Abney DH, Suanda SH, Smith LB, et al. (2020) What are the building blocks of parent-infant coordinated attention in free-flowing interaction? Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies
Maitha C, Goode JC, Maulucci DP, et al. (2020) An open-source, wireless vest for measuring autonomic function in infants. Behavior Research Methods
Yuan L, Xiang V, Crandall D, et al. (2020) Learning the generative principles of a symbol system from limited examples. Cognition. 200: 104243
Clerkin EM, Smith LB. (2019) The everyday statistics of objects and their names: How word learning gets its start. Cogsci ... Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society (U.S.). Conference. 2019: 240-246
Raz HK, Abney DH, Crandall D, et al. (2019) How do infants start learning object names in a sea of clutter? Cogsci ... Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society (U.S.). Conference. 2019: 521-526
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