Kim Plunkett

Affiliations: 
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Connectionism, word learning, language acquisition
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Children

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Carmel Houston-Price grad student Oxford
Denis Mareschal grad student Oxford
Graham Schafer grad student Oxford
Suzy J Styles grad student (LinguisTree)
Emma Hayiou-Thomas grad student 1998-2002 Oxford
Jörn Klinger grad student 2009-2010 Oxford
Nadja Althaus post-doc Oxford
Nivedita Mani post-doc 2005- Oxford
Julien Mayor post-doc 2007- Oxford
Emily Mather post-doc 2007-2010 Oxford

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John Coleman collaborator 2005- Oxford
Gert Westermann collaborator 2003-2007 Oxford
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Sučević J, Althaus N, Plunkett K. (2021) The role of labels and motions in infant category learning. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 205: 105062
Althaus N, Gliozzi V, Mayor J, et al. (2020) Infant categorization as a dynamic process linked to memory. Royal Society Open Science. 7: 200328
Sucevic J, Plunkett K. (2020) 0098 The Role of Sleep in Novel Category Learning in Infancy Sleep. 43
Gliozzi V, Plunkett K. (2019) Grounding Bayesian accounts of numerosity and variability effects in a similarity-based framework: the case of self-organising maps Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 31: 605-618
Chow J, Aimola Davies AM, Fuentes LJ, et al. (2016) Backward Semantic Inhibition in Toddlers. Psychological Science
Bheemireddy SR, Plunkett KN. (2016) Dicyclopenta[cd,jk]pyrene based acceptors in conjugated polymers Polymer Chemistry. 7: 292-296
Zhu X, Bheemireddy SR, Sambasivarao SV, et al. (2016) Construction of Donor-Acceptor Polymers via Cyclopentannulation of Poly(arylene ethynylene)s Macromolecules. 49: 127-133
Althaus N, Plunkett K. (2015) Categorization in infancy: labeling induces a persisting focus on commonalities. Developmental Science
Horváth K, Liu S, Plunkett K. (2015) A Daytime Nap Facilitates Generalization of Word Meanings in Young Toddlers. Sleep
Styles SJ, Plunkett K, Duta MD. (2015) Infant VEPs reveal neural correlates of implicit naming: Lateralized differences between lexicalized versus name-unknown pictures. Neuropsychologia. 77: 177-84
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