Publications

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13 results
2015
[13] Zhang, Y., Yurovsky, D., Yu, C. (). Statistical word learning is a continuous process: Evidence from the human simulation paradigm. In Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (Noelle, D. C., Dale, R., Warlaumont, A. S., Matlock, T., Jennigs, C. D., Maglio, P. P., Eds.), 2793–2798. [pdf]
2014
[12] Yurovsky, D., Fricker, D. C., Yu, C., Smith, L. B. (). The role of partial knowledge in statistical word learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21, 1–22. [pdf]
2013
[11] Yurovsky, D., Boyer, T. W., Smith, L. B., Yu, C. (). Probabilistic cue combination: Less is more. Developmental Science, 16, 149–158. [pdf]
[10] Yurovsky, D., Smith, L. B., Yu, C. (). Statistical word learning at scale: The baby's view is better. Developmental Science, 16, 959–966. [pdf]
[9] Yurovsky, D., Yu, C., Smith, L. B. (). Competitive processes in cross-situational word learning. Cognitive Science, 37, 891–921. [pdf]
2012
[8] Yurovsky, D., Smith, L. B., Yu, C. (). Does statistical word learning scale? It's a matter of perspective. In Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (Miyake, N., Peebles, D., Cooper, R. P., Eds.), 1209-1213. [pdf]
[7] Yurovsky, D., Yu, C., Smith, L. B. (). Statistical speech segmentation and word learning in parallel: Scaffolding from child-directed speech. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 374. [pdf]
2011
[6] Yu, C., Yurovsky, D., Xu, T. L. (). Visual data mining: An exploratory approach to analyzing temporal patterns of eye movements. Infancy, 17, 33–60. [pdf]
[5] Yurovsky, D., Wu, R., Yu, C., Kirkham, N. Z., Smith, L. B. (). Model selection for eye movements: Assessing the role of attentional cues in infant learning. In Connectionist models of neurocognition and emergent behavior: From theory to applications (Davelaar, E. J., Ed.), 58–75. [pdf]
2010
[4] Yurovsky, D., Fricker, D. C., Yu, C., Smith, L. B. (). The active role of partial knowledge in cross-situational word learning. In Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (Ohlsson, S., Catrambone, R., Eds.), 2609–2614. [pdf]
[3] Yurovsky, D., Yu, C. (). Linking learning to looking: Habituation and association in infant statistical language learning.. In Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (Ohlsson, S., Catrambone, R., Eds.), 1589–1594. [pdf]
[2] Yurovsky, D., Yu, C., Smith, L. B. (). Statistical speech segmentation and word learning in parallel. In Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (Franich, K., Iserman, K. M., Keil, L. L., Eds.), 491–502. [pdf]
2008
[1] Yurovsky, D., Yu, C. (). Mutual exclusivity in cross-situational statistical learning. In Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (Love, B. C., McRae, K., Sloutsky, V. M., Eds.), 715–720. [pdf]