The Child Language Lab

Publications

Papers

Fama, M.E., Schuler, K.D., Newport, E.L., & Turkeltaub, P.E. (under review) Impacts of healthy aging and left hemisphere stroke on statistical language learning.

Schuler, K.D., Lukens, K., Reeder, P.A., Newport, E.L. & Aslin, R.N. (under review). Children can use distributional cues to acquire grammatical categories.

Culbertson, J.C., Schuler, K.D. (2018) Artificial language learning in children. Annual Review of Linguistics.

Schuler, K.D. (2017) The acquisition of productive rules in child and adult language learners. (Doctoral dissertation) Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (1958956127).

Schuler, K.D., Reeder, P.A., Newport, E.L., & Aslin, R.N. (2017). The effect of Zipfian frequency variations on category formation in adult artificial language learning. Language Learning and Development.

Schuler, K.D., Yang, C., & Newport, E.L. (2016) Testing the Tolerance Principle: Children form productive rules when it is more computationally efficient to do so. Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.

Schwab, J.F., Schuler, K.D., Stillman, C.M., Newport, E.L. Howard, J.H., & Howard, D.V. (2016) Aging and the Statistical Learning of Grammatical Form Classes.

Booth, A.E., Schuler, K., & Zajicek, R. (2010). Specifying the role of function in infant categorization. Infant behavior and Development, 33(4), 672-684.

Presentations

Schuler, K.D., Yang, C. & Newport, E.L (2016) Children form productive rules when it is more computationally efficient to do so. Poster presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA

Schuler, K.D., Newport, E.L. (2015) Using growth curve analysis to model the time-course of learning in serial reaction time tasks. Poster presented at Georgetown Student Research Day. Washington, DC

Schuler, K.D., Aslin, R.N., Newport, E.L. (2015) The time-course of statistical learning across development: Word segmentation and syntax in a serial reaction time task. Poster presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development. Boston, MA.

Fama, M.E., Schuler, K.D., Spiegel, K.A., Lacey, E.H., Newport, E.L., & Turkeltaub, P.E. (2015) The effects of healthy aging and left hemisphere stroke on statistical language learning. Poster presented at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference. Chicago, IL

Fama, M.E., Schuler, K.D., Spiegel, K.A., Lacey, E.H., Newport, E.L., & Turkeltaub, P.E. (2015) The effects of healthy aging and left hemisphere stroke on statistical language learning. Talk presented at Georgetown Student Research Day. Washington, DC.

Schuler, K.D., Davis, J., Yang, C., Newport, E.L. (2015) Testing the tolerance principle for rule productivity in an artificial grammar. Poster Presented at the 9th Biennial Meeting of the Cognitive Development Society. Columbus, OH.

Schwab, J.F., Schuler, K.D., Stillman, C.M., Newport, E.L., Howard, J.H.Jr., & Howard, D.V. (2013). Aging and the statistical learning of grammatical form classes. Poster presented at the annual Association for Psychological Science Convention. Washington, DC.

Booth, A.E., Zajcek, R.L. & Schuler, K.D. (2010) How does function facilitate early categorization? Not by enhancing attention alone. Poster presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies.