Casey Lew-Williams
Casey Lew-Williams
Professor, Department of Psychology, Princeton University
Verified email at princeton.edu
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Young children learning Spanish make rapid use of grammatical gender in spoken word recognition
C Lew-Williams, A Fernald
Psychological Science 18 (3), 193-198, 2007
3392007
Grammatical gender in L2: A production or a real-time processing problem?
T Grüter, C Lew-Williams, A Fernald
Second Language Research 28 (2), 191-215, 2012
2332012
Real-time processing of gender-marked articles by native and non-native Spanish speakers
C Lew-Williams, A Fernald
Journal of memory and language 63 (4), 447-464, 2010
1562010
A collaborative approach to infant research: Promoting reproducibility, best practices, and theory‐building
MC Frank, E Bergelson, C Bergmann, A Cristia, C Floccia, J Gervain, ...
Infancy 22 (4), 421-435, 2017
1132017
Isolated words enhance statistical language learning in infancy
C Lew‐Williams, B Pelucchi, JR Saffran
Developmental Science 14 (6), 1323-1329, 2011
1012011
All words are not created equal: Expectations about word length guide infant statistical learning
C Lew-Williams, JR Saffran
Cognition 122 (2), 241-246, 2012
722012
Bilingualism in the early years: What the science says
K Byers-Heinlein, C Lew-Williams
LEARNing landscapes 7 (1), 95, 2013
692013
Language learning, socioeconomic status, and child‐directed speech
JF Schwab, C Lew‐Williams
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 7 (4), 264-275, 2016
612016
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
502017
Listening through voices: Infant statistical word segmentation across multiple speakers.
KG Estes, C Lew-Williams
Developmental psychology 51 (11), 1517, 2015
402015
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
37*2020
Repetition across successive sentences facilitates young children’s word learning.
JF Schwab, C Lew-Williams
Developmental psychology 52 (6), 879, 2016
362016
Communicative signals support abstract rule learning by 7-month-old infants
B Ferguson, C Lew-Williams
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
362016
Mothers consistently alter their unique vocal fingerprints when communicating with infants
EA Piazza, MC Iordan, C Lew-Williams
Current Biology 27 (20), 3162-3167. e3, 2017
202017
Infant and adult brains are coupled to the dynamics of natural communication
EA Piazza, L Hasenfratz, U Hasson, C Lew-Williams
Psychological Science 31 (1), 6-17, 2020
182020
Fluency in using morphosyntactic cues to establish reference: How do native and non-native speakers differ
C Lew-Williams, A Fernald
Proceedings of the 33rd annual boston university conference on language …, 2009
18*2009
How first and second language learners use predictive cues in online sentence interpretation in Spanish and English
C Lew-Williams, A Fernald
Proceedings of the 31st annual Boston university conference on language …, 2007
182007
The profile of abstract rule learning in infancy: Meta‐analytic and experimental evidence
H Rabagliati, B Ferguson, C Lew‐Williams
Developmental Science 22 (1), e12704, 2019
162019
Fathers’ repetition of words is coupled with children’s vocabularies
JF Schwab, ML Rowe, N Cabrera, C Lew-Williams
Journal of experimental child psychology 166, 437-450, 2018
152018
Individual differences in nonverbal prediction and vocabulary size in infancy
T Reuter, L Emberson, A Romberg, C Lew-Williams
Cognition 176, 215-219, 2018
112018
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