Julian Pine
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Chunking mechanisms in human learning
F Gobet, PCR Lane, S Croker, PCH Cheng, G Jones, I Oliver, JM Pine
Trends in cognitive sciences 5 (6), 236-243, 2001
10132001
Lexically-based learning and early grammatical development
EVM Lieven, JM Pine, G Baldwin
Journal of child language 24 (1), 187-219, 1997
5801997
The role of performance limitations in the acquisition of verb-argument structure: An alternative account
AL Theakston, EVM Lieven, JM Pine, CF Rowland
Journal of child language 28 (1), 127-152, 2001
4152001
Individual differences in early vocabulary development: Redefining the referential-expressive distinction
EVM Lieven, JM Pine, H Dresner-Barnes
J. Child Lang 19, 287-310, 1992
3241992
Slot and frame patterns and the development of the determiner category
JM Pine, EVM Lieven
Applied psycholinguistics 18 (2), 123-138, 1997
2751997
Reanalysing rote-learned phrases: Individual differences in the transition to multi-word speech
JM Pine, EVM Lieven
Journal of child language 20 (03), 551-571, 1993
2461993
The language of primary caregivers.
JM Pine
Cambridge university press, 1994
2361994
Comparing different models of the development of the English verb category
JM Pine, EVM Lieven, CF Rowland
Linguistics 36 (4), 807-830, 1998
2251998
The development of abstract syntax: Evidence from structural priming and the lexical boost
CF Rowland, F Chang, B Ambridge, JM Pine, EVM Lieven
Cognition 125 (1), 49-63, 2012
2112012
Subject-auxiliary inversion errors and wh-question acquisition: what children do know?
CF Rowland, JM Pine
Journal of child language 27 (1), 157-181, 2000
2102000
The effect of verb semantic class and verb frequency (entrenchment) on children’s and adults’ graded judgements of argument-structure overgeneralization errors
B Ambridge, JM Pine, CF Rowland, CR Young
Cognition 106 (1), 87-129, 2008
2052008
Modeling the developmental patterning of finiteness marking in English, Dutch, German, and Spanish using MOSAIC
D Freudenthal, JM Pine, J Aguado‐Orea, F Gobet
Cognitive Science 31 (2), 311-341, 2007
1992007
Determinants of acquisition order in wh-questions: Re-evaluating the role of caregiver speech
CF Rowland, JM Pine, EVM Lieven, AL Theakston
Journal of Child Language 30 (3), 609-635, 2003
1542003
Semantic generality, input frequency and the acquisition of syntax
AL Theakston, EVM Lieven, JM Pine, CF Rowland
Journal of Child Language 31 (01), 61-99, 2004
1532004
Subject–verb agreement in Brazilian Portuguese: what low error rates hide
RB Rubino, JM Pine
Journal of child language 25 (1), 35-59, 1998
1451998
Maternal style at the early one-word stage: Re-evaluating the stereotype of the directive mother
JM Pine
First Language 12 (35), 169-186, 1992
1251992
Observational and checklist measures of vocabulary composition: What do they mean?
JM Pine, EVM Lieven, CF Rowland
Journal of Child Language 23 (3), 573-590, 1996
1141996
Going, going, gone: The acquisition of the verb ‘go’
AL Theakston, EVM Lieven, JM Pine, CF Rowland
Journal of child language 29 (4), 783-811, 2002
1132002
Variation in vocabulary development as a function of birth order
JM Pine
Child Development 66 (1), 272-281, 1995
1131995
Linking working memory and long‐term memory: a computational model of the learning of new words
G Jones, F Gobet, JM Pine
Developmental Science 10 (6), 853-873, 2007
1012007
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