Peter D. Eimas

Affiliations: 
Brown University, Providence, RI 
Area:
Speech Perception
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Died in 2005

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Peter W. Jusczyk research assistant 1966-1970 Brown
Lynne C. Nygaard grad student Brown
Robert Zatorre grad student 1976-1981 Brown
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Almor A, Eimas PD. (2008) Focus and noun phrase anaphors in spoken language comprehension Language and Cognitive Processes. 23: 201-225
Bürki-Cohen J, Miller JL, Eimas PD. (2001) Perceiving non-native speech. Language and Speech. 44: 149-69
Quinn PC, Eimas PD, Tarr MJ. (2001) Perceptual categorization of cat and dog silhouettes by 3- to 4-month-old infants. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 79: 78-94
Quinn PC, Eimas PD. (2000) The Emergence of Category Representations during Infancy: Are Separate Perceptual and Conceptual Processes Required? Journal of Cognition and Development. 1: 55-61
Eimas PD. (2000) Infant perception and cognition and the initial architecture of constructivist models Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 23: 782-783
Eimas PD. (1999) Do infants learn grammar with algebra or statistics? Science (New York, N.Y.). 284: 435-6; author reply
Seidenberg MS. (1999) Do infants learn grammar with algebra or statistics? Science (New York, N.Y.). 284: 434-5; author reply
Eimas PD. (1999) Segmental and syllabic representations in the perception of speech by young infants. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 105: 1901-11
Protopapas A, Finney SA, Eimas PD. (1999) Baseline conditions in structural induction: Comment on Pitt, Smith, and Klein (1998) Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 25: 1472-1475
Quinn PC, Eimas PD. (1998) Evidence for a global categorical representation of humans by young infants. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 69: 151-74
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