Carla Hudson Kam
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Regularizing unpredictable variation: The roles of adult and child learners in language formation and change
CLH Kam, EL Newport
Language Learning and Development 1 (2), 151-195, 2005
6302005
Getting it right by getting it wrong: When learners change languages
CLH Kam, EL Newport
Cognitive psychology 59 (1), 30-66, 2009
3532009
If you say thee uh you are describing something hard: the on-line attribution of disfluency during reference comprehension.
JE Arnold, CLH Kam, MK Tanenhaus
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (5), 914, 2007
2722007
Humans rapidly learn grammatical structure in a new musical scale
P Loui, DL Wessel, CLH Kam
Music perception 27 (5), 377-388, 2010
1732010
Longitudinal evidence for functional specialization of the neural circuit supporting working memory in the human brain
AS Finn, MA Sheridan, CLH Kam, S Hinshaw, M D'Esposito
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (33), 11062-11067, 2010
1482010
The curse of knowledge: First language knowledge impairs adult learners’ use of novel statistics for word segmentation
AS Finn, CL Hudson Kam
Cognition 108 (2), 477-499, 2008
1302008
Co‐speech gesture as input in verb learning
W Goodrich, CL Hudson Kam
Developmental science 12 (1), 81-87, 2009
872009
When it hurts (and helps) to try: The role of effort in language learning
AS Finn, T Lee, A Kraus, CLH Kam
PloS one 9 (7), e101806, 2014
482014
Investigating the cause of language regularization in adults: Memory constraints or learning effects?
CL Hudson Kam, A Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (3), 815, 2009
452009
Knowing ‘who she is’ based on ‘where she is’: The effect of co-speech gesture on pronoun comprehension
WG Smith, CLH Kam
Language and Cognition 4 (2), 75-98, 2012
39*2012
The use of uh and um by 3-and 4-year-old native English-speaking children: Not quite right but not completely wrong
CL Hudson Kam, NA Edwards
First language 28 (3), 313-327, 2008
362008
The effect of sonority on word segmentation: Evidence for the use of a phonological universal
M Ettlinger, AS Finn, CL Hudson Kam
Cognitive science 36 (4), 655-673, 2012
272012
Creolization: Could adults really have done it all
CL Hudson, EL Newport
Proceedings of the Boston University conference on language development 23 …, 1999
241999
Some cues are stronger than others: The (non) interpretation of 3rd person present—s as a tense marker by 6-and 7-year-olds
T Beyer, CL Hudson Kam
First Language 29 (2), 208-227, 2009
232009
The impact of conditioning variables on the acquisition of variation in adult and child learners
CL Hudson Kam
Language 91 (4), 906-937, 2015
222015
Learning language with the wrong neural scaffolding: the cost of neural commitment to sounds
AS Finn, CL Hudson Kam, M Ettlinger, J Vytlacil, M D'Esposito
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 7, 85, 2013
222013
Acquiring new musical grammars: a statistical learning approach
P Loui, D Wessel, CH Kam
28th annual conference of the cognitive science society, 1711-1716, 2006
202006
More than words: Adults learn probabilities over categories and relationships between them
CL Hudson Kam
Language learning and development 5 (2), 115-145, 2009
172009
The Lexical Competence Hypothesis: A cognitive account of the relationship between vernacularization and grammatical expansion in creolization
CL Hudson, IM Eigsti
Journal of pidgin and creole languages 18 (1), 1-79, 2003
172003
Children's use of gesture in ambiguous pronoun interpretation
WG Smith, CLH Kam
Journal of Child Language 42 (3), 591-617, 2015
142015
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