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Krista Byers-Heinlein
Krista Byers-Heinlein
Department of Psychology, Concordia University
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The roots of bilingualism in newborns
K Byers-Heinlein, TC Burns, JF Werker
Psychological Science 21 (3), 343, 2010
4572010
Bilingualism in infancy: First steps in perception and comprehension
JF Werker, K Byers-Heinlein
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (4), 144-151, 2008
3252008
Bilingualism in the early years: What the science says
K Byers-Heinlein, C Lew-Williams
LEARNing landscapes 7 (1), 95, 2013
3092013
Monolingual, bilingual, trilingual: Infants' language experience influences the development of a word‐learning heuristic
K Byers‐Heinlein, JF Werker
Developmental science 12 (5), 815-823, 2009
2922009
Parental language mixing: Its measurement and the relation of mixed input to young bilingual children's vocabulary size
K Byers-Heinlein
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 16 (1), 32-48, 2013
2642013
Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed-speech preference
ManyBabies Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
2562020
Using speech sounds to guide word learning: The case of bilingual infants
CT Fennell, K Byers‐Heinlein, JF Werker
Child development 78 (5), 1510-1525, 2007
2542007
Frontiers: Language and the Newborn Brain: Does Prenatal Language Experience Shape the Neonate Neural Response to Speech?
L May, K Byers-Heinlein, J Gervain, JF Werker
Frontiers in Language Sciences 2, 2011
233*2011
Bilingual beginnings as a lens for theory development: PRIMIR in focus
S Curtin, K Byers-Heinlein, JF Werker
Journal of Phonetics 39 (4), 492-504, 2011
2102011
Bilingual infants control their languages as they listen
K Byers-Heinlein, E Morin-Lessard, C Lew-Williams
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (34), 9032-9037, 2017
1532017
The development of associative word learning in monolingual and bilingual infants
K Byers-Heinlein, JF Werker
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 16 (1), 198-205, 2013
1332013
Lexicon structure and the disambiguation of novel words: Evidence from bilingual infants
K Byers-Heinlein, JF Werker
Cognition 128 (3), 407-416, 2013
1302013
Perceptual narrowing in the context of increased variation: Insights from bilingual infants
K Byers‐Heinlein, CT Fennell
Developmental psychobiology 56 (2), 274-291, 2014
1182014
Bilingual beginnings to learning words
JF Werker, K Byers-Heinlein, CT Fennell
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
1152009
Bilingual and monolingual children prefer native-accented speakers
AL Souza, K Byers-Heinlein, D Poulin-Dubois
Frontiers in psychology 4, 65278, 2013
1092013
Six solutions for more reliable infant research
K Byers‐Heinlein, C Bergmann, V Savalei
Infant and Child Development 31 (5), e2296, 2022
822022
Why not both? Rethinking categorical and continuous approaches to bilingualism
LV Kremin, K Byers-Heinlein
International Journal of Bilingualism 25 (6), 1560-1575, 2021
752021
Building a collaborative psychological science: Lessons learned from ManyBabies 1.
K Byers-Heinlein, C Bergmann, C Davies, MC Frank, JK Hamlin, M Kline, ...
Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne 61 (4), 349, 2020
732020
You sound like Mommy: Bilingual and monolingual infants learn words best from speakers typical of their language environments
C Fennell, K Byers-Heinlein
International Journal of Behavioral Development 38 (4), 309-316, 2014
712014
MAPLE: A multilingual approach to parent language estimates
K Byers-Heinlein, E Schott, AM Gonzalez-Barrero, M Brouillard, D Dubé, ...
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23 (5), 951-957, 2020
682020
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