Amy S. Finn

Affiliations: 
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Development of Language, critical periods
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Mark D'Esposito grad student 2010 UC Berkeley
 (The sensitive period for language acquisition: The role of age related differences in cognitive and neural function.)
Carla L. Hudson Kam grad student 2010 UC Berkeley (LinguisTree)
 (The sensitive period for language acquisition: The role of age related differences in cognitive and neural function.)
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Gualtieri S, Finn AS. (2022) The Sweet Spot: When Children's Developing Abilities, Brains, and Knowledge Make Them Better Learners Than Adults. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 17456916211045971
Ren J, Wharton-Shukster E, Bauer A, et al. (2021) Events structure information accessibility less in children than adults. Cognition. 217: 104878
Jung Y, Walther DB, Finn AS. (2020) Children automatically abstract categorical regularities during statistical learning. Developmental Science. e13072
Decker AL, Duncan K, Finn AS, et al. (2020) Children's family income is associated with cognitive function and volume of anterior not posterior hippocampus. Nature Communications. 11: 4040
Decker A, Finn A, Duncan K. (2020) Errors lead to transient impairments in memory formation. Cognition. 204: 104338
Kalra PB, Gabrieli JDE, Finn AS. (2019) Evidence of stable individual differences in implicit learning. Cognition. 190: 199-211
Leonard JA, Romeo RR, Park AT, et al. (2019) Associations between cortical thickness and reasoning differ by socioeconomic status in development. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 36: 100641
Forest TA, Lichtenfeld A, Alvarez B, et al. (2019) Superior learning in synesthetes: Consistent grapheme-color associations facilitate statistical learning. Cognition. 186: 72-81
Finn AS, Kharitonova M, Holtby N, et al. (2018) Prefrontal and Hippocampal Structure Predict Statistical Learning Ability in Early Childhood. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-12
Jung Y, Walther D, Finn A. (2018) Automatic categorical abstraction during visual statistical learning in children and adults Journal of Vision. 18: 397
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