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
6232005
Getting it right by getting it wrong: When learners change languages
CLH Kam, EL Newport
Cognitive psychology 59 (1), 30-66, 2009
3502009
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
2662007
Humans rapidly learn grammatical structure in a new musical scale
P Loui, DL Wessel, CLH Kam
Music perception 27 (5), 377-388, 2010
1712010
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
1462010
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
1282008
Co‐speech gesture as input in verb learning
W Goodrich, CL Hudson Kam
Developmental science 12 (1), 81-87, 2009
862009
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
472014
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
442009
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
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
322012
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
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
The impact of conditioning variables on the acquisition of variation in adult and child learners
CL Hudson Kam
Language 91 (4), 906-937, 2015
202015
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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