Nameera Akhtar
Nameera Akhtar
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Fourteen-through 18-month-old infants differentially imitate intentional and accidental actions
M Carpenter, N Akhtar, M Tomasello
Infant behavior and development 21 (2), 315-330, 1998
10531998
Directive interactions and early vocabulary development: The role of joint attentional focus
N Akhtar, F Dunham, PJ Dunham
Journal of child language 18 (1), 41-49, 1991
4581991
The role of discourse novelty in early word learning
N Akhtar, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Child Development 67 (2), 635-645, 1996
4131996
Learning words through overhearing
N Akhtar, J Jipson, MA Callanan
Child development 72 (2), 416-430, 2001
3832001
Young children's productivity with word order and verb morphology.
N Akhtar, M Tomasello
Developmental psychology 33 (6), 952, 1997
3771997
Acquiring basic word order: Evidence for data-driven learning of syntactic structure
N Akhtar
Journal of child language 26 (2), 339-356, 1999
3171999
Two-year-olds use pragmatic cues to differentiate reference to objects and actions
M Tomasello, N Akhtar
Cognitive Development 10 (2), 201-224, 1995
2741995
The robustness of learning through overhearing
N Akhtar
Developmental Science 8 (2), 199-209, 2005
2652005
Eighteen-month-old children learn words in non-ostensive contexts
M Tomasello, R Strosberg, N Akhtar
Journal of child language 23 (1), 157-176, 1996
2621996
The social nature of words and word learning
N Akhtar, M Tomasello
Becoming a word learner: A debate on lexical acquisition, 115, 2000
2502000
Two‐year‐olds learn words for absent objects and actions
N Akhtar, M Tomasello
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 14 (1), 79-93, 1996
2231996
Differential productivity in young children's use of nouns and verbs
M Tomasello, N Akhtar, K Dodson, L Rekau
Journal of Child Language 24 (2), 373-387, 1997
2221997
Becoming a word learner: A debate on lexical acquisition
RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek, L Bloom, LB Smith, AL Woodward, N Akhtar, ...
Oxford University Press, 2000
192*2000
Relations between convert orienting and filtering in the development of visual attention
N Akhtar, JT Enns
Journal of experimental child psychology 48 (2), 315-334, 1989
1891989
Social information processing deficits of aggressive children: Present findings and implications for social skills training
N Akhtar, EJ Bradley
Clinical Psychology Review 11 (5), 621-644, 1991
1711991
Can 18-month-old infants learn words by listening in on conversations?
P Floor, N Akhtar
Infancy 9 (3), 327-339, 2006
1642006
Early lexical acquisition: The role of cross-situational learning
N Akhtar, L Montague
First Language 19 (57), 347-358, 1999
1581999
A developmental study of filtering in visual attention
JT Enns, N Akhtar
Child Development, 1188-1199, 1989
1221989
Joint attention and vocabulary development: A critical look
N Akhtar, MA Gernsbacher
Language and linguistics compass 1 (3), 195-207, 2007
1092007
Intersubjectivity in early language learning and use
N Akhtar, M Tomasello
Intersubjective communication and emotion in early ontogeny, 316-335, 1998
1091998
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