LANGUAGE & COGNITION GROUP

The Language and Cognition team investigates the mechanisms and constraints at play in the early acquisition of language, and the development of cognition, in particular number and object. It explores the constraints on the organization of the brain development involved in language acquisition and cognitive development. For language, we are interested in the role of the general properties of languages and the specific properties of the language(s) being acquired, together with the dynamics of the interactions between endogenous and exogenous constraints. Our studies investigate several processing levels, from phonology, including the acoustic dimension of the speech signal, to morpho-syntax. For cognition, we mostly focus on representations of space and quantities, again assessing the role of endogenous vs. exogenous factors. New projects explore the interaction between language and cognition during development, e.g. by examining the interaction between linguistic input/acquisition and the development of visual perception, or assessing whether early mechanisms are domain-general or specific to e.g. linguistic input. This work uses different techniques, behavioral methods or “brain imaging” techniques (electrophysiology –ERPs-, NIRS…), in order to specify linguistic/cognitive mechanisms and their neural substrates.

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Importantly, we are interested in the study of different populations. First, we work on typical development in monolingual and bilingual infants. That research is deeply rooted in a cross-linguistic approach in which we compare acquisition in French-learning infants and in infants learning other languages (thanks to international collaborations), in order to determine the elements in these trajectories that reflect the acquisition of general properties of language and those that reflect the acquisition of specific properties of the language in acquisition, and elaborate new, more general, models of language acquisition. Second, we study different developmental disorders to specify how typical developmental trajectory can vary across infant populations, providing data regarding the breadth and limits of plasticity in development. To do so, we work in collaboration with parent and professional institutions linked to atypical acquisition (deafness and cochlear implantation, Williams syndrome, autism) and bilingualism, schools, and hospitals (coll. Robert Debré and Necker hospitals).

The team is a founding partner of LABEX EFL (Empirical Foundations of Linguistics), and of the babylab.

Research topics
  • Theme 1: Acoustic perception and phonological acquisition 
    We explore the early perceptual biases that allow infants to rapidly, within the first year of life, learn the properties of the native language(s) at the sound level and perceptually tune to native-specific processing.
    – Auditory biases at birth
    – Perception of speech modulation cues and language acquisition
    – Language acquisition and processing in simultaneous bilingual infants
    – Language acquisition in atypical development
  • Theme 2: Higher linguistic levels
    We explore the acquisition of the lexico-semantic system and syntax, using behavioral and brain-related techniques. Our work pays close attention to the links between these different developments, and how they predict later outcomes.
    – Interaction between phonological and lexical acquisition and processing
    – Word learning/recognition and attention
    – Morpho(syntax)
    – Predicting language and cognitive outcomes in typical development
  • Theme 3: Cognition and links to language
    We explore aspects of the development of (visual) cognition, with a particular focus on amodal properties (e.g. quantity, space, or semantics) and its links to language acquisition.
    – Spatial components of numerical and ordinal information: origins, development
    – Foundations of numerical and geometric knowledge
    – Interactions between visual scene exploration and language skills
    – Processing of structured sequences across modalities and domains

TEAM MEMBERS

Permanent researchers

Thierry NAZZI

Thierry NAZZI

DR CNRS

Team leader

Ranka BIJELLJAC-BABIC

Ranka BIJELLJAC-BABIC

MCF U.Poitiers

Laurianne CABRERA

Laurianne CABRERA

CR CNRS

Maria Dolores DE HEVIA

Maria Dolores DE HEVIA

CR CNRS

Judit GERVAIN

Judit GERVAIN

DR CNRS

Véronique IZARD

Véronique IZARD

CR CNRS

Pia RAMA-ORY

Pia RAMA-ORY

CR CNRS

Willy SERNICLAES

Willy SERNICLAES

DR

 Emeritus

Arlette  STRERI

Arlette STRERI

PR

 Emeritus

Henny YEUNG

Henny YEUNG

CR CNRS

Support staff

Maxine DOS SANTOS

Maxine DOS SANTOS

T

Viviane HUET

Viviane HUET

T UPDE

Alicia LEFEBVRE

Alicia LEFEBVRE

T

Lucie MARTIN

Lucie MARTIN

I

Anthony PICAUD

Anthony PICAUD

IE

Post docs and PhD students

Elena BERDASCO

Elena BERDASCO

Post doc

Hui CHEN

Hui CHEN

Post doc

Irene DE LA CRUZ PAVIA

Irene DE LA CRUZ PAVIA

Post doc

Ramon GUEVARRA ERRA

Ramon GUEVARRA ERRA

Post doc

Irène LORENZINI

Irène LORENZINI

Post doc

Caterina MARINO

Caterina MARINO

Post doc

Anna MARTINEZ

Anna MARTINEZ

Post doc

Sandrien VAN OMMEN

Sandrien VAN OMMEN

Post doc

Oytun AYGUN

Oytun AYGUN

PhD student

Charlotte BAROT

Charlotte BAROT

PhD student

Mélanie HOAREAU

Mélanie HOAREAU

PhD student

Maria ORTIZ

Maria ORTIZ

PhD student

PUBLICATIONS ▼

Articles

  • Dunn H, Bernstein N, de Hevia MD, Macchi Cassia V, Bulf, H, McCrink K. Operational Momentum for Magnitude Ordering in Preschool Children and Adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2019, 179, pp.260-275. (PDF)
  • Polka, L & Nazzi, T. Interacting processes and developmental biases allow learners to crack the “what” code and the “who” code in spoken language. Applied Psycholinguistics, 2018, 39 (4), pp.757-761.
  • Berdasco-Munoz, E, Nishibayashi, L-L, Baud, O, Biran, V, Nazzi, T. Early segmentation abilities in preterm infants. Infancy, 2018, 23, pp.268-287. (PDF)
  • Poltrock S, Chen H, Kwok C, Cheung H, Nazzi T. Adult Learning of Novel Words in a Non-native Language: Consonants, Vowels, and Tones. Front Psychol, 2018, 9, pp.1211. (PDF)
  • Von Holzen K, Nishibayashi LL, Nazzi T. Consonant and Vowel Processing in Word Form Segmentation: An Infant ERP Study. Brain Sci, 2018, 8 (2). (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Polka L. The consonant bias in word learning is not determined by position within the word: Evidence from vowel-initial words. J Exp Child Psychol, 2018, 174, pp.103-111. (PDF)
  • Henny Yeung H, Bhatara A, Nazzi T. Learning a Phonological Contrast Modulates the Auditory Grouping of Rhythm. Cogn Sci, 2018. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes, W, Seck, M. Enhanced Sensitivity to Subphonemic Segments in Dyslexia: A New Instance of Allophonic Perception. Brain Sci, 2018, 8. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Sirri L, Goyet L. Event-related potentials associated with cognitive mechanisms underlying lexical-semantic processing in monolingual and bilingual 18-month-old children. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 2018, 47, pp.123-130. (PDF)
  • McCrink K, de Hevia MD. From Innate Spatial Biases to Enculturated Spatial Cognition: The Case of Spatial Associations in Number and Other Sequences. Frontiers in Psychology, 2018 (9), pp.415. (PDF)
  • Issard C, Gervain J. Variability of the hemodynamic response in infants: Influence of experimental design and stimulus complexity. Dev Cogn Neurosci, 2018.
  • Bijeljac-Babic R. L\\’acquisition du langage au cours de la première année de vie: la cas des nourrissons bilingues. Devenir, 2018, 30, pp.29-39.
  • Rämä P, Leminen A, Koskenoja-Vainikka S, Leminen M, Alho K, Kujala T. Effect of language experience on selective auditory attention: an event-related potential study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 2018, 127, pp.38-45. (PDF)
  • Krishna O, Helo A, Rämä P, Aizawa K. Gaze distribution analysis and saliency prediction across age groups. PLOS ONE, 2018, 13(2): e019.
  • Frank, MC, Bergelson, E, Bergmann, C, Cristia, A, Floccia, C, Gervain, J, Hamlin, JK, Hannon, EE, Kline, M, Levelt, C, Lew-Williams, C, Nazzi, T, Panneton, R, Rabagliati, H, Soderstrom, M, Sullivan, J, Waxman, S, Yurovsky, D. A collaborative approach to infant research: Promoting reproducibility, best practices, and theory-building. Infancy, 2017, 22, pp.421-435. (PDF)
  • Delle Luche, C, Floccia, C, Granjon, L, Nazzi, T. Infants’ first words are not phonetically specified: Own name recognition in 5-month-old British-English babies. Infancy, 2017, 22, pp.362-388. (PDF)
  • Buerkin-Pontrelli, A, Culbertson, J, Legendre, G, Nazzi, T. The early acquisition of French liaison. Language, 2017, 93, pp.189-219. (PDF)
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, Hsin L, Barrière I, Nazzi T, Legendre G. Agarra, agarran: Evidence of early comprehension of subject-verb agreement in Spanish. J Exp Child Psychol, 2017, 160, pp.33-49. (PDF)
  • Bijeljac-Babic R. Audition prénatale et sensibilité aux langues chez les nourrissons bilingues de naissance: un long problème d\\’entendement. Enfance, 2017, 3, pp.363-370.
  • de Hevia MD, Veggiotti L, Streri A, Bonn C. At birth humans associate “few” with left and “many” with right. Current Biology, 2017, 27, pp.3879–3884.e2. (PDF)
  • Helo A, Azaiez N, Rämä P. Word processing in scene context: an event-related potential study in young children. Developmental Neuropsychology, 2017, 42, pp.482-494. (PDF)
  • Sirri L, Rämä P. Similar and distinct neural mechanisms underlying semantic priming in the languages of the French-Spanish bilingual children. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2017. (PDF)
  • Helo A, Van Ommen S, Pannasch S, Danteny-Dordoigne L, Rämä P. Influence of semantic consistency and perceptual features on visual attention during scene viewing in toddlers. Infant Behavior and Development, 2017, 49, pp.248-266. (PDF)
  • Le Meur O, Coutrot A, Le Roch A, Helo A, Rämä P, Liu Z. Visual attention saccadic models learn to emulate gaze patterns from childhood to adulthood. Proceedings of the IEEE, 2017, 26, pp.4777-4789. (PDF)
  • Macchi Cassia VM, Bulf H, McCrink K, de Hevia MD. Operational Momentum during ordering operations for Size and Number in 4-month-old Infants. Journal of Numerical Cognition, 2017, 3, pp.270-287. (PDF)
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Gariboldi V, Macchi Cassia VM. Infants learn better from left to right: a directional bias in infants’ sequence learning. Scientific Reports, 2017, 7, pp.2437. (PDF)
  • Kriszta Szendroi, Carline Bernard, Frauke Berger, Judit Gervain, Barbara Hoehle. Acquisition of prosodic focus marking by English, French and German 3-, 4-, 5- and 6-year-olds. Journal of Child Language, 2017.
  • Lilian May, Judit Gervain, Manuel Carreiras, Janet F Werker. The neonate neural response to native, non-native and whistled language. Developmental Science, 2017.
  • de Hevia MD, Lee Y, Streri A. The temporal dimensions in the first year of life. Timing & Time Perception Reviews, 2017, 5, pp.280-296. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Castaldi E, Streri A, Eger E, Izard V. Perceiving numerosity from birth. Behaviour Brain Sciences, 2017. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Addabbo M, Nava E, Croci E, Girelli L, Macchi Cassia V. Infants’ detection of increasing numerical order comes before detection of decreasing number. Cognition, 2017, 158, pp.177-188. (PDF)
  • Guevara Erra R, Mateos DM, Wennberg R, Perez Velazquez JL. Statistical mechanics of consciousness: Maximization of information content of network is associated with conscious awareness. Phys Rev E, 2016, 94 (5-1), pp.52402.
  • Borghesani V, de Hevia MD, Viarouge A, Pinheiro-Chagas P, Eger E, Piazza M. Comparing magnitudes across dimensions: a univariate and multivariate approach. Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging, IEEE, 2016, pp.1-4. (PDF)
  • Issard C, Gervain J. Adult-like processing of time-compressed speech by newborns: A NIRS study. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2016.
  • Judit Gervain, Ansgar D Endress. Learning multiple rules simultaneously: affixes are more salient than reduplications. Memory and Cognition, 2016.
  • Molnar M, Carreiras M, Gervain J. Language dominance shapes non-linguistic rhythmic grouping in bilinguals. Cognition, 2016, 152, pp.150-9.
  • Gervain J, Werker JF, Black A, Geffen MN. The neural correlates of processing scale-invariant environmental sounds at birth. Neuroimage, 2016, 133, pp.144-50.
  • Culbertson, J, Koulaguina, E, Gonzalez Gomez, N, Legendre, G, Nazzi, T. Developing representations of non-adjacent dependencies. Developmental Psychology, 2016, 52 (12), pp.2174-2183. (PDF)
  • Helo A, Rämä P, Pannasch S, Méary D. Eye movement patterns and visual attention during scene viewing in 3- to 12-month-olds. Visual Neuroscience, 2016, 33, pp.1-7. (PDF)
  • Nazzi, T, Poltrock, S, Von Holzen, K. The developmental origins of the consonant bias in lexical processing. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2016, 25 (4), pp.291-296. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD. Core mathematical abilities in infants: Number and much more. Progress in Brain Research, 2016. (PDF)
  • Miletto Petrazzini ME, Agrillo C, Izard V, Bisazza A. Do Humans (Homo sapiens) and Fish (Pterophyllum scalare) Make Similar Numerosity Judgments?. J Comp Psychol, 2016.
  • Nishibayashi LL, Nazzi T. Vowels, then consonants: Early bias switch in recognizing segmented word forms. Cognition, 2016, 155, pp.188-203. (PDF)
  • Abboub N, Nazzi T, Gervain J. Prosodic grouping at birth. Brain Lang, 2016, 162, pp.46-59. (PDF)
  • Abboub N, Boll-Avetisyan N, Bhatara A, Höhle B, Nazzi T. An Exploration of Rhythmic Grouping of Speech Sequences by French- and German-Learning Infants. Front Hum Neurosci, 2016, 10, pp.292. (PDF)
  • Macchi Cassia V, McCrink K, de Hevia MD, Gariboldi V, Bulf H. Operational momentum and size ordering in preverbal infants. Psychol Res, 2016. (PDF)
  • Rugani R, McCrink K, de Hevia MD, Vallortigara G, Regolin L. Ratio abstraction over discrete magnitudes by newly hatched domestic chicks (Gallus gallus). Sci Rep, 2016. (PDF)
  • Rugani R, de Hevia MD. Number-space associations without language: Evidence from preverbal human infants and non-human animal species. Psychon Bull Rev, 2016. (PDF)
  • Guellaï B, Streri A, Chopin A, Rider D, Kitamura C. Newborns’ Sensitivity to the Visual Aspects of Infant-Directed Speech: Evidence From Point-Line Displays of Talking Faces. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform, 2016.
  • Højen A, Nazzi T. Vowel bias in Danish word-learning: processing biases are language-specific. Developmental Science, 2016, 19 (1), pp.41-49. (PDF)
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Höhle B, Nazzi T. Early prosodic acquisition in bilingual infants: The case of the perceptual trochaic bias. Frontiers in Psychology, 2016, 7, pp.210. (PDF)
  • Guevara-Erra R, Gervain J. The efficient coding of speech: cross-linguistic differences. Plos One, 2016, pp.under revision.
  • Barrière I, Goyet L, Kresh S, Legendre G, Nazzi T. Uncovering productive morphosyntax in French-learning toddlers: a multidimensional methodology perspective. Journal of Child Language, 2016, 43 (5), pp.1131-1157. (PDF)
  • Streri A, Coulon M, Marie J, Yeung HH. Developmental change in infants’ detection of visual faces that match auditory vowels. Infancy, 2016, 21, pp.177-198. (PDF)
  • Boll-Avetisyan N, Bhatara A, Unger A, Nazzi T, Höhle B. Effects of experience with L2 and music on rhythmic grouping by French listeners. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2016, 19 (5), pp.971–986. (PDF)
  • Bhatara A, Boll-Avetisyan N, Agus T, Höhle B, Nazzi T. Language experience affects grouping of musical instrument sounds. Cognitive Science, 2016, 40 (7), pp.1816-1830. (PDF)
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Small on the left, large on the right: Numbers orient preverbal infants’ visual attention onto space. Developmental Science, 2016, 19, pp.394-401. (PDF)
  • Havy M, Bouchon C, Nazzi T. Learning words in bilinguals as a function of linguistic distance of the two native languages. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2016, 40, pp.41-52. (PDF)
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, Nazzi T. Delayed acquisition of non-adjacent vocalic dependencies. Journal of Child Language, 2016, 43 (1), pp.186-206. (PDF)
  • Perez Velazquez JL, Guevara Erra R, Rosenblum M. The epileptic thalamocortical network is a macroscopic self-sustained oscillator: evidence from frequency-locking experiments in rat brains. Sci Rep, 2015, 5, pp.8423. (PDF)
  • Irene de la Cruz-Pavía, Gorka Elordieta, Nuria Sebastián-Gallés, Itziar Lak. On the role of frequency-based cues in the segmentation strategies of adult OV/VO bilinguals. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 2015, 18 (2), pp.225-241.
  • Irene de la Cruz Pavía, Gorka Elordieta. Prosodic phrasing of relative clauses with two possible antecedents in Spanish: a comparison of Spanish native speakers and L1Basque bilingual speakers. Folia Linguistica, 2015, 49 (1), pp.185-204.
  • Hemimou C Streri A. Déficience visuelle chez le nourrisson: comparaison entre une atteinte visuelle d\\’origine cérébrale et une atteinte visuelle d\\’origine périphérique. L’Annee Psychologique, 2015, pp.1-17.
  • Guellai B, Mersad K, Streri A. Suprasegmental information affects processing of talking faces at birth. Infant Behavior and Development, 2015, 38, pp.11-19.
  • Streri A, de Hevia MD. Manual lateralization in infancy. Front Psychol, 2015. (PDF)
  • Coubart A, Streri A, de Hevia MD, Izard V. Crossmodal discrimination of 2 vs. 4 objects across touch and vision in 5-month-old infants. PLoS One, 2015.
  • Noordenbos M, Serniclaes W. Categorical perception in dyslexia: A meta-analysis. Scientific Studies of Reading, 2015, 19, pp.340-359.
  • Pérez-Velazquez JL, Guevara-Erra R, Rosenblum M. The Epileptic Thalamocortical Network is a Macroscopic Self-Sustained Oscillator: Evidence from Frequency-Locking Experiments in Rat Brains. Scientific Reports, 2015, 5. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Nishibayashi L-L, Berdasco-Munoz E, Baud O, Biran V, Gonzalez-Gomez N. Acquisition du langage chez l’enfant premature durant la premiere annee de vie. Archives de pédiatrie, 2015, 22, pp.1072-1077. (PDF)
  • Bouchon C, Nazzi T, Gervain J. Hemispheric asymmetries in repetition enhancement and suppression effects in the newborn brain. PlosOne, 2015, 10, pp.e0140160.
  • Cabrera L, Tsao F-M, Liu L-M, Li L-Y, Hu Y-H, Lorenzi C, Bertoncini J. The perception of speech modulation cues in lexical tones is guided by early language-specific experience. Frontiers, 2015, pp.in press.
  • Miletto-Petrazzini M E, Agrillo C, Izard V, Bisazza A. Relative versus absolute numerical representation in fish: Can guppies represent "fourness"?. Animal Cognition, 2015, 18, pp.1007-1017.
  • Cabrera L, Lorenzi C, Bertoncini J. Infants discriminate voicing and place of articulation with reduced spectral and temporal modulation cues. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 2015, 58, pp.1033–1042. (PDF)
  • Varnet L, Knoblauch K, Serniclaes W, Meunier F, Hoen M. A psychophysical imaging method evidencing auditory cues extraction during speech perception: A group analysis of auditory classification images. PlosOne, 2015, pp.in press.
  • Serniclaes W, Collet G, Sprenger-Charolles L. Neural rehabilitation of dyslexia: How can an allophonic system be changed into a phonemic one?. Frontiers in Psychology, 2015, pp.in press.
  • Bouton S, Colé P, Serniclaes W, Duncan LG, Giraud A-L. Atypical phonological processing impairs written word recognition in children with cochlear implants. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 2015, pp.in press.
  • Collet G, Colin C, Serniclaes W, Hoonhorst I, Markessis E, Deltenre P, Leybaert J. Changes in voicing perception by adult French speakers after identification training. Applied Psycholinguistics, 2015, 36, pp.463-483.
  • Poltrock S, Nazzi T. Consonant/vowel asymmetry in early word form recognition. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2015, 131, pp.135–148. (PDF)
  • Sirri L, Rämä P. Cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying semantic priming during language acquisition. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 2015, 35, pp.1-12. (PDF)
  • Imai M, Miyazaki M, Yeung HH, Hidaka S, Kantartzis K, Okada K, Kita S. Sound symbolism facilitates word learning in 14-month-olds. PLoS ONE, 2015, 10, pp.e0116494. (PDF)
  • Bhatara A, Yeung HH, Nazzi T. Foreign language learning in French speakers is associated with rhythm perception, but not with melody perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2015, 41, pp.277-282. (PDF)
  • Nishibayashi L-L, Goyet L, Nazzi T. Early speech segmentation in French-learning infants: monosyllabic words versus embedded syllables. Language & Speech., 2015, 58, pp.334-350.
  • Bouchon C, Floccia C, Fux T, Adda-Decker M, Nazzi T. Call me Alix, not Elix: Vowels are more important than consonants in own name recognition at 5 months. Developmental Science, 2015, 18, pp.587-598. (PDF)
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, Nazzi T. Constraints on statistical computations at 10 months of age: The use of phonological features. Developmental Science, 2015, 18, pp.864-876. (PDF)
  • Abboub N, Bijeljac-Babic R, Serres J, Nazzi T. On the importance of being bilingual: Word stress processing in a context of segmental variability. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2015, 132, pp.111–120. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Izard V, Coubart A, Spelke ES, Streri A. Representations of space, time, and number in neonates. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2014. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Addabbo M, Macchi Cassia V. Human infants’ preference for left-to-right oriented increasing numerical sequences. PLoS One, 2014. (PDF)
  • Bulf H, Macchi Cassia V, de Hevia MD. Are numbers, size and brightness equally efficient in orienting visual attention? Evidence from an eye-tracking study. PLoS One, 2014. (PDF)
  • Bertoncini J, Cabrera L. La perception de la parole de 0 à 24 mois - Speech perception in the first two years. Archives de Pédiatrie, 2014, 21, pp.1153–1156.
  • Collet G, Leybaert J, Serniclaes W, Deltenre P, Markessis E, Hoonhorst I, Colin C. Les entraînements auditifs :des modifications comportementales aux modifications neurophysiologiques. L’année psychologique/Topics in Cognitive Psychology, 2014, 114, pp.389-418.
  • Gariboldi V, Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia VM. Ordinal judgments move attention along representational space in infancy: Evidence from the Operational Momentum. Giornale Italiano di Psicologia, 2014, 6, pp.611-622.
  • Guellaï B, Streri A, Yeung HH. The development of sensorimotor influences in the audiovisual speech domain: Some critical questions. Frontiers in Psychology, 2014, 5, pp.1-7. (PDF)
  • Helo A, Pannasch S, Sirri L, Rämä P. The maturation of eye movement behavior: Scene viewing characteristics in children and adults. Vision Research, 2014, 103, pp.83-91. (PDF)
  • Cabrera L, Tsao F-M, Gnansia D, Bertoncini J, Lorenzi C. The role of spectro-temporal fine structure cues in lexical-tone discrimination for French and Mandarin listeners. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 2014, 136, pp.877-882.
  • Yeung HH, Nazzi T. Object labeling influences infant phonetic learning and generalization. Cognition, 2014, 132, pp.151-163. (PDF)
  • Gervain J, Werker JF, Geffen MN. Category-specific processing of scale-invariant sounds in infancy. Plos One, 2014.
  • Cristia A, Minagawa-Kawai Y, Egorova N, Gervain J, Filippin L, Cabrol D, Dupoux E. Neural correlates of infant accent discrimination: an fNIRS study. Developmental Science, 2014, DOI 10.1111.
  • Kubicek C, Hillairet de Boisferon A, Dupierrix E, Pascalis O, Lœvenbruck H, Gervain J, Schwarzer G. Cross-modal matching of audiovisual German and French fluent speech in infancy. Plos One, 2014, 9, pp.e89275. (PDF)
  • Fagard J, Sirri L, Rämä P. Effect of handedness on the occurrence of semantic N400 priming effect in 18- and 24-month-old children. Frontiers in Psychology, 2014, 5, pp.1-8. (PDF)
  • Izard V, Streri A, Spelke ES. Toward Exact Number: Young Children Use One-to-one Correspondence to Measure Set Identity but not Numerical Equality. Cognitive Psychology, 2014, 72, pp.27-53. (PDF)
  • DelleLuche C, Poltrock S, Goslin J, New B, Floccia C, Nazzi T. Differential processing of consonants and vowels in the auditory modality: A cross-linguistic study. Journal of Memory and Language, 2014, 72, pp.1-15. (PDF)
  • Coubart A, Izard V, Spelke ES, Marie J, Streri A. Dissociation between small and large numerosities in newborn infants. Developmental Science, 2014, 17, pp.11-22.
  • Yeung HH, Chen LM, Werker JF. Referential labeling can facilitate phonetic learning in infancy. Child Development, 2014, 85, pp.1036-1049. (PDF)
  • Floccia C, Nazzi T, DelleLuche C, Poltrock S, Goslin J. English-learning one- to two-year-olds do not show a consonant bias in word learning. Journal of Child Language, 2014, 41, pp.1085-1114. (PDF)
  • Havy M, Serres J, Nazzi T. A consonant/vowel asymmetry in word-form processing: Evidence in childhood and in adulthood. Language and Speech, 2014, 57, pp.254-281. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Mersad K, Sundara M, Iakimova G, Polka L. Early word segmentation in infants acquiring Parisian French: task-dependent and dialect-specific aspects. Journal of Child Language, 2014, 41, pp.600-633. (PDF)
  • New B, Nazzi T. The time course of consonant and vowel processing during word recognition. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 2014, 29, pp.147-157. (PDF)
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, Hayashi A, Tsuji S, Mazuka R, Nazzi T. The role of the input on the development of the LC bias: A crosslinguistic comparison. Cognition, 2014, 132, pp.301–311. (PDF)
  • Legendre G, Culbertson J, Zaroukian E, Hsin L, Barrière I, Nazzi T. Is children’s comprehension of subject-verb agreement universally late? Comparative evidence from French, English, and Spanish. Lingua, 2014, 144, pp.21-39. (PDF)
  • Izard V, O’Donnell E, Spelke ES. Reading Angles in Maps. Child Development, 2014, 85, pp.237-249.
  • Serniclaes W, Salinas J. Perception of place-of-articulation distinctions: Common representation for vowels and consonants. Proc. 17th International Congress on Phonetic Sciences, 2014, pp.accepted.
  • van Ommen S, Hendriks P, Gilbers DG, van Heuven VJJP, Gooskens CG. Is lenition a factor in the asymmetry in intelligibility between Danish and Swedish?. Lingua, 2013, 137, pp.193-213.
  • Streri A, de Hevia MD, Izard V, Coubart A. What do We Know about Neonatal Cognition?. Behav Sci (Basel), 2013. (PDF)
  • Viarouge A, de Hevia MD. The role of numerical magnitude and order in the illusory perception of size and brightness. Front Psychol, 2013. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. Not all continuous dimensions map equally: number-brightness mapping in human infants. PLoS One, 2013. (PDF)
  • Noordenbos MW, Segers E, Serniclaes W, Verhoeven L. Neural evidence of the allophonic mode of speech perception in adults with dyslexia. Clinical Neurophysiology, 2013, 124, pp.1151-1162.
  • Noordenbos MW, Segers E, Mitterer H, Serniclaes W, Verhoeven L. Deviant neural processing of phonotactic probabilities in adults with dyslexia. Neuroreport, 2013, 24, pp.746-750.
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  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Vallar G. Numbers and space: a cognitive illusion?. Exp Brain Res, 2006. (PDF)
  • Dehaene S, Izard V, Pica P, Spelke ES. Examining Knowledge of Geometry: Response to Wulff and Delson (Correspondance). Science, 2006, 312, pp.1310. (PDF)
  • Dehaene S, Izard V, Pica P, Spelke ES. Core knowledge of geometry in an Amazonian Indigene group. Science, 2006, 311, pp.381-384. (PDF)
  • Féron J, Gentaz Edouard, Streri A. Evidence of amodal representation of small numbers across visuo-tactile modalities in 5-month-old infants. Cognitive Development, 2006, 21, pp.81-92.
  • Nazzi T. Spécificité phonétique: de la perception précoce à l’acquisition des premiers mots. Recherches Linguistiques de Vincennes, 2006, 35, pp.31-52.
  • Wydoodt P, Gentaz E, Streri A. Role of force cues in the haptic estimations of a virtual lenght. Experimental Brain Research, 2006, 171, pp.481-489.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Iakimova Galina, Bertoncini Josiane, Fredonie Severine, Alcantara Carmela. Early segmentation of fluent speech by infants acquiring French: Emerging evidence for crosslinguistic differences. Journal of Memory and Language, 2006, 54, pp.283-299. (PDF)
  • Guevara R, Velazquez JL, Nenadovic V, Wennberg R, Senjanovic G, Dominguez LG. Phase synchronization measurements using electroencephalographic recordings: what can we really say about neuronal synchrony?. Neuroinformatics, 2005, 3 (4), pp.301-14.
  • Werker JF, Yeung HH. Infant speech perception bootstraps word learning. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2005, 9, pp.519-527. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Courtney S. Functional topography of working memory for face or voice identity. NeuroImage, 2005, 24, pp.224-234. (PDF)
  • Streri A, Féron J. The development of haptic abilities in very young infants: from perception to cognition. Infant Behavior and Development, 2005, 28, pp.290-304..
  • Streri A. Touching for knowing in infancy: The development of manual abilities in very young infants. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2005, 4, pp.325-343.
  • Adrien JL, Gattegno MP, Streri A, Reynaud L, Barthelemy C. Développement précoce et créativité chez l’enfant autiste. Archives de Pédiatrie, 2005, 12, pp.858-860.
  • Serniclaes W, Ventura P, Morais J, Kolinsky R. Categorical perception of speech in illiterate adults. Cognition, 2005, 98, pp.B35-B44.. (PDF)
  • Kerzerho Stephanie, Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard. Reference frame and haptic discrimination of orientations in infants. Neuroreport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 2005, 16, pp.1833-1837.
  • Nazzi T, Dilley LC, Jusczyk AM, Shattuck-Hufnagel S, Jusczyk PW. English-learning infants’ segmentation of verbs from fluent speech. Language and Speech, 2005, 48, pp.279-298. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Gopnik A, Karmiloff-Smith A. Asynchrony in the cognitive and lexical development of young children with Williams syndrome. Journal of Child Language, 2005, 32, pp.427-438. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry. Use of phonetic specificity during the acquisition of new words: Differences between consonants and vowels. Cognition, 2005, 98, pp.13-30. (PDF)
  • Dehaene-Lambertz G, Pallier C, Serniclaes W, Sprenger-Charolles L, Jobert A, Dehaene S. Neural correlates of switching from auditory to speech perception. Neuroimage, 2005, 24, pp.21-33. (PDF)
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Millogo V, Farioli F, Grainger J. A developmental investigation of word length effects in reading using a new on-line word identification paradigm. Reading and Writing, 2004, 17, pp.411-431. (PDF)
  • Piazza M, Izard V, Pinel P, Dehaene S. Tuning curves for approximate numerosity in the human intraparietal sulcus. Neuron, 2004, 44, pp.547-555. (PDF)
  • Pica P, Lemer V, Izard V, Dehaene S. Exact and approximate arithmetic in an Amazonian Indigene Group. Science, 2004, 306, pp.499-503. (PDF)
  • Pertovaara A, Linnankoski I, Artchakov D, Rämä P, Carlson S. A potential aphrodisiac for female macaques. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 2004, 79, pp.137-141. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Poremba A, Sala JB, Yee L, Malloy M, Mishkin M, Courtney SM. Dissociable functional cortical topographies for working memory maintenance of voice identity and location. Cerebral Cortex, 2004, 14, pp.768–780. (PDF)
  • Delahaie M, Sprenger-Charolles L, Serniclaes W, Billard C, Tichet J, Pointeau S, Vol S. Categorical perception and learning to read / Les habiletes de perception des sons de la parole d’une population d’enfants pre-lecteurs. A.N.A.E. Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages chez l’Enfant, 2004, 16, pp.363-373.
  • Delahaie M, Sprenger-Charolles L, Serniclaes W, Billard C, Tichet J, Pointeau S, Vol S. Perception catégorielle dans une tâche de discrimination de phonème et apprentissage. Revue Française de Pédagogie, 2004, 147, pp.91-106.
  • Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard, Spelke Elizabeth, Van deWalle Gretchen. Infants’ haptic perception of object unity in rotating displays. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology A: Human Experimental Psychology, 2004, 57A, pp.523-538.
  • Gentaz Edouard, Streri Arlette. An "Oblique Effect" in Infants’ Haptic Perception of Spatial Orientations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2004, 16, pp.253-259.
  • Serniclaes W, Van Heghe S, Mousty P, Carré R, Sprenger-Charolles L. Allophonic mode of speech perception in dyslexia. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2004, 87, pp.336-361. (PDF)
  • Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard. Cross-modal recognition of shape from hand to eyes and handedness in human newborns. Neuropsychologia, 2004, 42, pp.1365-1369.
  • Sala JB, Rämä P, Courtney SM. Functional topography of a distributed neural system for spatial and nonspatial information maintenance in working memory. Neuropsychologia, 2003, 41, pp.341-356. (PDF)
  • Lacaze E, Kieffert V, Streri A, Lorenzi C, Gentaz E, Habrand J-L, Dellatolas G, Kalifa C, Grill J. Neuropsychological outcome in children with optic pathway tumors when first-line treatment is chemotherapy. British Journal of Cancer, 2003, 89, pp.2038-2044.
  • Serniclaes W. Dyslexie et percetion phonologique. Glossa, 2003, 84, pp.4-21.
  • Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard. Cross-modal recognition of shape from hand to eyes in human newborns. Somatosensory and Motor Research, 2003, 20, pp.13-18.
  • Lhote M, Streri A. Haptic memory of object shape in 4-month-old infants / La memoire haptique de la forme des objets chez les Bebes ages de 4 mois. L’annee Psychologique, 2003, 103, pp.33-50.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Paterson Sarah, Karmiloff-Smith A. Early word segmentation by infants and toddlers with Williams syndrome. Infancy, 2003, 4, pp.251-271. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Bertoncini Josiane. Before and after the vocabulary spurt: Two modes of word acquisition?. Developmental Science, 2003, 6, pp.136-142. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Gopnik Alison. Sorting and acting with objects in early childhood: An exploration of the use of causal cues. Cognitive Development, 2003, 18, pp.299-317. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Ramus Franck. Perception and acquisition of linguistic rhythm by infants. Speech Communication, 2003, 41, pp.233-243. (PDF)
  • Sprenger-Charolles Liliane Siegel Linda S, Béchennec Danielle, Serniclaes Willy. Development of phonological and orthographic processing in reading aloud, in silent reading, and in spelling: A four-year longitudinal study. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2003, 84, pp.194-217. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes Willy, Sprenger-Charolles Liliane. Categorical perception of speech sounds and dyslexia. Current Psychology Letters: Behaviour, Brain and Cognition, 2003, No 10, pp.No Pagination Specified.
  • Serniclaes W. Méthodes d’évaluation des performances de l’Implant Cochléaire. 2002.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Karmiloff-Smith A. Early categorization abilities in young children with Williams syndrome. Neuroreport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 2002, 13, pp.1259-1262. (PDF)
  • Streri Arlette. Self-knowledge in infants / La connaissance de soi chez le bebe. Intellectica, 2002, No, pp.125-141.
  • Gentaz E, Streri A. Infants’ Haptic Discrimination of Spatial Orientations. Current Psychology Letters: Behaviour, Brain and Cognition, 2002, No, pp.61-71.
  • Streri Arlette. Hand preference in 4-month-old infants: Global or local processing of objects in the haptic mode. Current Psychology Letters: Behaviour, Brain and Cognition, 2002, No, pp.39-50.
  • Rämä P, Sala JB, Gillen JS, Pekar JJ, Courtney SM. Dissociation of the neural systems for working memory maintenance of verbal and nonspatial visual information. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 2001, 1, pp.161-171. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Martinkauppi S, Linnankoski I, Koivisto J, Aronen HJ, Carlson S. Working memory processing of emotional vocal expressions: an fMRI study. NeuroImage, 2001, 13, pp.1090-1101. (PDF)
  • Sprenger-Charolles L, Lacert P, Béchennec D, Colé P, Serniclaes W. Stabilité dans le temps et inter-langues des sous-types de dyslexie développementale. A.N.A.E. Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages chez l’Enfant, 2001, 62-63, pp.115-128.
  • Serniclaes Willy, Sprenger-Charolles Liliane, Carré René, Démonet Jean Francois. Perceptual discrimination of speech sounds in developmental dyslexia. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research., 2001, 44, pp.384-399. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Gopnik Alison. Linguistic and cognitive abilities in infancy: When does language become a tool for categorization?. Cognition, 2001, 80, pp.B22-B20. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Paavilainen L, Anourova I, Alho K, Reinikainen K, Sipila S, Carlson S. Modulation of slow brain potentials by working memory load in spatial and nonspatial auditory tasks. Neuropsychologia, 2000, 38, pp.913-922. (PDF)
  • Martinkauppi S, Rämä P, Aronen HJ, Korvenoja A, Carlson S. Working memory of auditory localization. Cerebral Cortex, 2000, 10, pp.889-898. (PDF)
  • Streri A. Pour une certaine unité des sens à la naissance: une approche psychologique. Devenir, 2000, 12, pp.59-80.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Kemler-Nelson, D G, Jusczyk Peter W, Jusczyk Ann Marie. Six-month-olds’ detection of clauses embedded in continuous speech: Effects of prosodic well-formedness. Infancy, 2000, 1, pp.123-147. (PDF)
  • Sprenger-Charolles Liliane, Colé Pascale, Lacert Philippe, Serniclaes Willy. On subtypes of developmental dyslexia: Evidence from processing time and accuracy scores. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2000, 54, pp.87-104. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Gopnik Alison. A shift in children’s use of perceptual and causal cues to categorization. Developmental Science, 2000, 3, pp.389-396. (PDF)
  • Floccia Caroline, Nazzi Thierry, Bertoncini Josiane. Unfamiliar voice discrimination for short stimuli in newborns. Developmental Science, 2000, 3, pp.333-343. (PDF)
  • Streri Arlette, Lhote Myriam, Dutilleul Sophie. Haptic perception in newborns. Developmental Science, 2000, 3, pp.319-327.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Jusczyk Peter W, Johnson Elizabeth K. Language discrimination by English-learning 5-month-olds: Effects of rhythm and familiarity. Journal of Memory and Language, 2000, 43, pp.1-19. (PDF)
  • Vuontela V, Rämä P, Raninen A, Aronen HJ, Carlson S. Selective interference reveals dissociation between memory for location and colour. NeuroReport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 1999, 10, pp.2235-2240. (PDF)
  • Anourova I, Rämä P, Alho K, Koivusalo S, Kalmari J, Carlson S. Selective interference reveals dissociation between auditory memory for location and pitch. NeuroReport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 1999, 10, pp.3543-3547.
  • Sprenger-Charolles Liliane, Colé Pascale, Serniclaes Willy. Déficits phonologiques et métaphonologiques chez des dyslexiques phonologiques et de surface. Rééducation Orthophonique, 1999, 197, pp.25-51.
  • Carlson S, Martinkauppi S, Rämä P, Salli E, Korvenoja A, Aronen HJ. Distribution of cortical activation during visuospatial n-back tasks as revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging. Cerebral Cortex, 1998, 8, pp.743-752. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes W, Ouayoun M, De Guchteneere R, Secqueville Th, Bachelot G, Génin J, Meyer B, Chouard CH. Objective assessment of multichannel cochlear implants: Comparison between different strategies for vowel recognition. Acustica, 1998, 84, pp.918-928.
  • Lhote Myriam, Streri Arlette. Haptic memory and handedness in 2-month-old infants. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 1998, 3, pp.173-192.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Bertoncini Josiane, Mehler Jacques. Language discrimination by newborns: Toward an understanding of the role of rhythm. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1998, 24, pp.756-766. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Floccia Caroline, Bertoncini Josiane. Discrimination of pitch contours by neonates. Infant Behavior and Development, 1998, 21, pp.779-784. (PDF)
  • Carlson S, Rämä P, Artchakov D, Linnankoski I. Effects of music and white noise on working memory performance in monkeys. Neuroreport, 1997, 8, pp.2853-2856.
  • Rämä P, Linnankoski I, Carlson S. The effects of alpha-2 agonist, medetomidine and its antagonist, atipamezole on reaction and movement times in a visual choice reaction time task in monkeys. Brain Research Bulletin, 1997, 44, pp.171-175. (PDF)
  • Carlson S, Rämä P, Tanila H, Linnankoski I, Mansikka H. Dissociation of mnemonic coding and other functional neuronal processing in the monkey prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 1997, 77, pp.761-774. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Kesseli K, Reinikainen K, Kekoni J, Hämäläinen H, Carlson S. Visuospatial mnemonic load modulates event-related slow potentials. Neuroreport: An International Journal for the Rapid Communication of Research in Neuroscience, 1997, 8, pp.871-876.
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Biardeau A, Grainger J. Masked orthographic priming in bilingual word recognition. Memory and Cognition, 1997, Vol 25(4), pp.447-457.
  • Demeurisse G, Hublet C, Paternot J, Colson C, Serniclaes W. Pathogenesis of subcortical visuo-spatial neglect. A HMPAO SPECT study. Neuropsychologia, 1997, 35, pp.731-5.
  • Tanila H, Rämä P, Carlson S. The effects of prefrontal intracortical microinjections of an alpha-2 agonist, alpha-2 antagonist and lidocaine on the delayed alternation performance of aged rats. Brain Research Bulletin, 1996, 40, pp.117-119. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Linnankoski I, Tanila H, Pertovaara A, Carlson S. Medetomidine, atipamezole, and guanfacine in delayed response performance of aged monkeys. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 1996, 55, pp.415-422. (PDF)
  • Streri A, Gouarir S. Handedness: left/right differences in object holding and lotor skills in 6-month-old infants. Current Psychology of Cognition, 1996, 15, pp.209-230.
  • Serniclaes Willy, De Guchteneere R, Secqueville T, Bachelot G, Genin J, Meyer B, Chouard C H. Objective evaluation of vowel identification with the Digisonic cochlear implant. Audiology, 1996, 35, pp.23-36.
  • Hietanen JK, Rämä P. Facilitation and interference occur at different stages of processing in the Simon paradigm. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 1995, 7, pp.183-199.
  • Rämä P, Carlson S, Kekoni J, Hämäläinen H. A spatial oculomotor memory-task performance produces a task-related slow shift in human electroencephalography. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 1995, 94, pp.371-380. (PDF)
  • Treiman R, MullennixJ, Bijeljac-Babic R, Richmond-Welty ED. The special role of rimes in the description use and acquisition of English orthography. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1995, 124, pp.107-136..
  • Segond H, Streri A. Mieux percevoir la forme des objets à deux mois: main droite ou main gauche?. Enfance, 1995, 2, pp.155-164.
  • Bertoncini Josiane, Floccia Caroline, Nazzi Thierry, Mehler Jacques. Morae and syllables: Rhythmical basis of speech representations in neonates. Language and Speech, 1995, 38, pp.311-329.
  • Streri Arlette. Perceptual-motor and sensorimotor development / Developpement perceptif moteur et sensori-moteur. Psychologie Francaise, 1994, 39, pp.23-28.
  • Streri Arlette, Molina Michele. Visual-tactual and tactual-visual transfer between objects and pictures in 2-month-old infants. Perception, 1993, 22, pp.1299-1318.
  • Bijeljac-Babic Ranka, Bertoncini Josiane, Mehler Jacques. How do 4-day-old infants categorize multisyllabic utterances?. Developmental Psychology, 1993, 29, pp.711-721.
  • Streri Arlette, Molina Michele, Milhet Sylvie. What information is transferred between vision and touch in infants? Studies on shape and weight / Quelles informations sont reellement transferees entre la vision et le toucher chez le bebe? L’exemple de la forme et du poids. Psychologie Francaise, 1993, 38, pp.53-62.
  • Streri Arlette, Spelke Elizabeth, Rameix E. Modality-specific and amodal aspects of object perception in infancy: The case of active touch. Cognition, 1993, 47, pp.251-279.
  • Carlson S, Tanila H, Rämä P, Mecke E, Pertovaara A. Effect of medetomidine, an alpha-2 adrenoceptor agonist and atipamezole, an alpha-2 antagonist on spatial memory performance in adult and aged rats. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1992, 58, pp.113-119.
  • Streri Arlette. Space and inter-modality relations / L’espace et les relations inter-modalites. L’annee Psychologique, 1991, 91, pp.87-102.
  • Pineau Arlette, Streri Arlette. Intermodal transfer of spatial arrangement of the component parts of an object in infants aged 4-5 months. Perception, 1990, 19, pp.795-804.
  • Jusczyk Peter W, Bertoncini Josiane, Bijeljac-Babic Ranka, Kennedy Lori J. The role of attention in speech perception by young infants. Cognitive Development, 1990, 5, pp.265-286.
  • Bertoncini J, Morais J, Bijeljac-Babic R, McAdams S, Peretz I, Mehler J. Dichotic perception and laterality in neonates. Brain Lang, 1989.
  • Saerens Marco, Serniclaes Willy, Beeckmans Renaud. Acoustic versus contextual factors in stop voicing perception in spontaneous French. Language and Speech, 1989, 32, pp.291-314.
  • Streri Arlette, Spelke Elizabeth S. Effects of motion and figural goodness on haptic object perception in infancy. Child Development, 1989, 60, pp.1111-1125.
  • Streri Arlette, Milhet Sylvie. Intermodal transfer in object’s shape between vision and touch in 2-month-old infants / Equivalences intermodales de la forme des objets entre la vision et le toucher chez les bebes de 2 mois. L’annee Psychologique, 1988, 88, pp.329-341.
  • Bertoncini Josiane, Bijeljac-Babic Ranka, Jusczyk Peter W, Kennedy Lori J. An investigation of young infants’ perceptual representations of speech sounds. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1988, 117, pp.21-33.
  • Streri Arlette, Spelke Elizabeth S. Haptic perception of objects in infancy. Cognitive Psychology, 1988, 20, pp.1-23.
  • Streri Arlette. Tactile discrimination of shape and intermodal transfer in 2- to 3-month-old infants. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 1987, 5, pp.213-220.
  • Bertoncini J, Bijeljac-Babic R, Blumstein SE, Mehler J. Discrimination in neonates of very short CVs. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1987, 82, pp.31-37.
  • Lecuyer R, Streri A. Information intake during habituation in infants: Links between visual and tactual habituation. Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive/Current Psychology of Cognition, 1986, 6, pp.565-574.
  • Streri Arlette, Pecheux Marie Germaine. Vision-to-touch and touch-to-vision transfer of form in 5-month-old infants. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 1986, 4, pp.161-167.
  • Streri Arlette, Pecheux Marie Germaine. Tactual habituation and discrimination of form in infancy: A comparison with vision. Child Development, 1986, 57, pp.100-104.
  • Pecheux M- G, Streri A. The space of objects: Introduction / L’espace des objets: Introduction. Psychologie Francaise, 1986, 31, pp.61-65.
  • Pineau A, Streri A. Study of the invariance of a spatial relationship with 4 to 9 month-old infants: To be between 2 objects / Etude de l’invariance d’une relation spatiale chez les bebes de 4 a 9 mois: etre entre deux objets. L’annee Psychologique, 1985, 85, pp.489-502.
  • Serniclaes W, D’Alimonte G, Alegria J. Production and perception of French stops by moderately deaf subjects. Speech Communication, 1984, 3, pp.185-198.
  • Perier O, Alegria J, Buyse M, D’Alimonte G, Gilson D, Serniclaes W. Consequences of auditory deprivation in animals and humans. Acta Otolaryngol Suppl, 1984, 411, pp.60-70.
  • Camus J F, Gerard C, Streri A. Role of knowledge of results in the verification of a geometry puzzle / Role de la connaissance de resultats dans le controle de la resolution d’un puzzle geometrique. Bulletin de Psychologie, 1982, 35, pp.325-331.
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Hiriateborde E, Kohen-Raz R. Note sur les relations entre ataxiometrie, statokinesimetrie et instabilite. Enfance, 1981, 3, pp.187-194.
  • Maury L, Streri A. Search of an object: Modifications of spatial references in the 8 to 14 month old infant / Recherche de l’objet: Modifications des references spatiales chez le bebe de 8 a 14 mois. L’annee Psychologique, 1981, 81, pp.51-67.
  • Streri A. Language, thought and reference / Langage, pensee et reference. Psychologie Francaise, 1981, 26, pp.289-297.
  • Streri A. A genetic study of the production of utterances with "to want" and "to say" obtained from a picture. L’annee Psychologique, 1979, 79, pp.347-361.

Books

  • Bijeljac-Babic R. L\\’Enfant bilingue: De la petite enfance à l\\’école. Odile Jacob, , pp.1762017.
  • Streri A. Ce nouveau-né qui est en nous. Hermann Editeur, , pp.1802017.
  • Chokron S, Streri A. Que voient les nourrissons?. le Pommier, 2012.
  • Sprenger-Charolles Liliane, Colé Pascale, Serniclaes Willy. Reading acquisition and developmental dyslexia (Essays in developmental psychology). Psychology Press. Psychology Press (Taylor, Francis), , pp.2472006.
  • Hatwell Y, Streri A, Gentaz E. Touching for knowing. Cognitive psychology of tactile manual perception. Johns Benjamins Publishing Compagny, 2003.
  • Serniclaes W. Méthodes d’évaluation des performances de l’Implant Cochléaire - Methods for the assessment of Cochlear Implant performances. ILVP –ULB, , pp.2042002.
  • Lécuyer R, Streri A. Actualités de la recherche sur le nourrisson. CNRS et Centre National du Livre, 2002.
  • Hatwell Y, Streri A, Gentaz E. Toucher pour connaître. Psychologie cognitive de la perception tactile manuelle. P.U.F., 2000.
  • Lécuyer R, Pêcheux MG, Streri A. Développement cognitif du nourrisson. Nathan, , pp.2561999.
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Breton R. Du langage aux langues. Gallimard, 1997.
  • Streri Arlette. Seeing, reaching, touching: The relations between vision and touch in infancy. The, 1993.
  • Streri A. Voir, Atteindre, Toucher: les relations entre la vision et le toucher chez le bébé. P.U.F, 1991.
  • Streri A. Etude génétique des productions d’énoncés avec "vouloir" et "dire". 1979.

Chapters

  • Streri A. Touch. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development, Marc H Bornstein - Sage Publication, 2018.
  • Erica Wojcik, Irene de la Cruz-Pavía, Janet F Werker. Language Acquisition. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology, Oxford University Press - Oxford University Press, 2017.
  • Judit Gervain. Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, James D Wright - Oxford, 2015.
  • de Hevia MD. Link between numbers and spatial extent from birth to adulthood. Continuous issues in numerical cognition: How many or how much., Avishai Henik - Elsevier, 2015.
  • Serniclaes W, Sprenger-Charolles L. Reading impairment: from behavior to brain. Handbook of Communication Disorders, R. Bahr and E. Silliman - Routledge, pp.34-45, 2015.
  • Abboub N, Bijeljac-Babic R, Serres J, Nazzi T. Processing of Lexical Stress at the Phonological Level in French Monolinguals and Bilinguals at 10 Months. BUCLD 38 Proceedings, pp.1-11, 2014.
  • Gervain J. Developmental Science and the Nature-Nurture Issue: The Case of Language. Naturalistic Approaches to Culture., P. Richerson G Csibra, Cs. Pléh - 2014.
  • You R, Chabane N, Rider D, , Serniclaes W. Perception de la parole chez les enfants du spectre autistique. La voix et la parole perturbées. Travaux en Phonétique Clinique, R., Sock B, Vaxelaire C, Fauth - CIPA, Collection « Recherches en Parole » (RPA), pp.103-116, 2014.
  • Nerbonne J, van Ommen S, Gooskens CG, Wieling M. Measuring socially motivated pronunciation differences. Approaches to measuring linguistic differences, Boring L, Saxena A - Mouton de Gruyter, 2013.
  • Nerbonne J, van Ommen S, Gooskens CG, Impe L. A corpus of regional Dutch speech. Phonetics in Europe. Perception and Production, Gooskens CG, van Bezooijen R - Peter Lang, 2013.
  • Gervain J. Szerkezet és agy a nyelvfejlődés legkorábbi szakaszaiban [Structure and the brain in early language development]. Általános Nyelvészeti Tanulmányok [Studies in General Linguistics], Pléh, Cs. - 2013.
  • Gervain J. Early rule learning ability and language acquisition. Recursion and Language, Lowenthal F, ,Lefebvre F - Springer, pp.89-99, 2013.
  • Werker J, Gervain J. Speech Perception and Phonological Development. The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology, Zelazo PD. - Oxford University Press, pp.909-925, 2013.
  • Miyazaki M, Hidaka S, Imai M, Yeung H H, Kantartzis K, Okada H, , Sotaro K. The facilitatory role of sound symbolism in infant word learning. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Knauff M, Pauen M, Sebanz N, ,Wachsmuth I - Cognitive Science Society, pp.3080-3085, 2013.
  • Yeung HH, Nazzi T. Ostensive and referential object labeling helps infants learn generalizable sound patterns. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, S. Baiz N Goldman, ,R. Hawkes - Cascadilla Press, pp.469-481, 2013. (PDF)
  • Navarra J, Yeung HH, Werker JF, , Soto-Faraco S. Multisensory interactions in speech perception. The New Handbook of Multisensory Processing, B. E. Stein - MIT Press, pp.435-452, 2012. (PDF)
  • Shukla M, Gervain J, Mehler J, Nespor M. Linguistic Constraints on Statistical Learning in Early Language Acquisition. Statistical Learning and Language Acquisition, Rebuschat P, Williams J - Mouton de Gruyter, 2012.
  • Legendre G, Culbertson J, Barrière I, Nazzi T, , Goyet L. Experimental and empirical evidence for the status and acquisition of subject clitics and agreement marking in adult and child Spoken French. Movement and Clitics, V. Torrens L Escobar A Gavarro and J.G. Mangado - Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.
  • Goyet L, Millotte S, Christophe A, , Nazzi T. Processing continuous speech in infancy: From major prosodic units to isolated word forms. Oxford Handbook of Developmental Linguistics, J. Lidz J Pater and W. Snyder - Oxford University Press, 2012.
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, , Nazzi T. Phonological Feature Constraints on the Acquisition of Phonological Dependencies. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press, 2012.
  • Streri A, Gentaz E. Intermanual and intermodal transfer in human newborns: Neonatal behavioral evidence and neurocognitive approach. Neuroimaging - cognitive and clinical neuroscience, Peter Bright, pp.319-332, 2012.
  • Streri A. Cross-modal interactions in the human newborn: New answers to Molyneux’ s question. Multisensory Development, A. Bremner D Lewkowicz, ,C. Spence - Oxford University Press, pp.88-112, 2012.
  • Nazzi T, Gonzalez-Gomez N. Sensitivity to non-adjacent phonological dependencies in 10-month-old infants. Proceedings of ICPhS XVII, pp.1454-1457, 2011.
  • Legendre G, Barrière I, Goyet L, , Nazzi T. On the Acquisition of Implicated Presuppositions: Evidence from French Personal Pronouns. Selected Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (GALANA 2010), Mihaela Pirvulescu, et al. - Cascadilla Proceedings Project, pp.150-162, 2011.
  • Barrière I, Goyet L, Nazzi T, Kresh S, , Legendre G. The representation of subject-verb agreement in French-learning toddlers: New evidence from the comprehension of an infrequent pattern of pseudoverbs. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press, pp.38-48, 2011.
  • Molavi B, Gervain J, , Dumont G A. Estimating cortical connectivity in functional near infrared spectroscopy using multivariate autoregressive modeling. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, pp.2334-2337, 2011.
  • Bouton S, Bertoncini J, Leuwers C, Serniclaes W, Colé P. Apprentissage de la lecture et développement des habiletés associées à la réussite en lecture chez les enfants munis d’un implant cochléaire : Apport de la langue française parlée complétée. Langue française parlée complétée (LPC) : Fondements et perspectives, J. Leybaert - Solal, pp.163-187, 2011.
  • Serniclaes W. Features are phonological transforms of natural boundaries. Cognitive, physical and developmental bases of distinctive speech categories, G.N. Clements and R. Ridouane - John Benjamins, pp.237-257, 2011.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Dehaene S, Hinchey D, , Spelke ES. Geometry as a universal mental construction. Attention and Performance, pp.319-332, 2011. (PDF)
  • Song L, Nazzi T, Moukawane S, Golinkoff RM, Stahl A, Ma W, Hirsh-Pasek K, , Connell M. Sleepy vs. sleeping: Preeschoolers’ sensitivity to morphological cues for adjectives and verbs in English and French. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press, pp.409-420, 2010.
  • Legendre G, Goyet L, Barrière I, Kresh S, , Nazzi T. Sensitivity to irregular French subject-verb agreement at 18 months: Evidence from the Head Turn Preference procedure. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press, pp.257-268, 2010.
  • Barrière I, Legendre G, Nazzi T, Goyet L, , Kresh S. L’acquisition de l’accord sujet-verbe par les jeunes francophones natifs entre 14 et 30 mois : préférence, compréhension et environnement linguistique. Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress of French Linguistics, Neveu F., Muni Toke V., Durand J., Klingler T., Mo - pp.1429-1443, 2010.
  • Bertoncini J, Cabrera L, , Lorenzi C. Discimination of voicing on the basis of temporal envelope cues in 6-month old infants. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, POMA 9, 060004., 2010. (PDF)
  • Streri A. Des spécificités sensorielles à leurs interactions pour une perception unifiée du monde. De l’une à l’autre: composer, apprendre et partager en mouvements, ouvrage collectif - Editions Bruxelles, pp.40-51, 2010.
  • Gervain Judit. A statisztikai tanulás és a szabálytanulás idegi alapjai [The neural correlates of statistical learning and rule extraction]. Kognitív Idegtudomány [Cognitive Neuroscience], Pléh, Cs., Gy. Kovács B Gulyás - Osiris, 2010.
  • Streri A. La sensorialité du nouveau-né. L’encyclopédie de la naissance, R. Frydman M Szejer - Albin Michel, pp.1064-1072, 2010.
  • Højen A, , Nazzi T. Detailed vocalic information in Danish 20-month-olds’ novel words. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Speech and Language, pp.121-125, 2009.
  • Izard V. Le bébé et les nombres (Infants are numerate). Annales de la Fondation Fyssen, 2009. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes W, , Geng C. Cross-linguistic trends in the perception of place of articulation in stop consonants: A comparison between Hungarian and French. Approaches to phonological complexity, Pellegrino F, Marsico E, Chitoran I ,Coupé C - Mouton de Gruyter, pp.241-266, 2009.
  • Streri A. Haptic abilities in infancy and their relation to vision: A review. Cognitive Psychology Research Developments, Stella P Weingarten and Helena O. Penat - Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2009.
  • Hoonhorst I, Colin C, Markessis E, Radeau M, Deltenre P, , Serniclaes W. N100 component: an electrophysiological cue of voicing perception. Some aspects of speech in the brain., S. Fuchs H Loevenbruck, D. Pape ,P.Perrier - Bern: Perter Lang Verlagsgruppe., 2009.
  • Mehler J, Gervain J, Endress A D, Shukla M. Mechanisms of language acquisition: imaging and behavioral evidence. Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Nelson CA., Luciana M - MITPress, 2008.
  • Mehler Jacques, Endress Ansgar, Gervain Judit, Nespor Marina. From perception to grammar. Early language development: Bridging brain and behaviour., Friederici, Angela D. ,Thierry, Guillaume - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.191-213, 2008.
  • Sprenger-Charolles L, Serniclaes W. Une nouvelle explication des déficits phonologiques dans la dyslexie: Données comportementales et de neuroimagerie. La cognition réparée? Perturbations et récupérations des fonctions cognitives, G.Chapoutier, ,R.Jouvent - Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme, pp.43-70, 2008.
  • Nazzi T, Iakimova G, Bertoncini J, Mottet S, Serres J, de Schonen S. Behavioral and electrophysiological exploration of early word segmentation in French : Distinguishing the syllabic and lexical levels. Early Language Development, Trends in Language Acquisition Research, A. D.Friederici, ,G. Thierry - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.65-90, 2008.
  • Dehaene S, Izard V, Lemer C, , Pica P. Quels sont les liens entre arithmétique et langage? Une étude en Amazonie. Cahier Chomsky, Bricmont J, ,Franck JJ. - Cahier de l’Herne, pp.188-196, 2007. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes W, Medina V, Schepers F, , Simon P. Le développement de la communication parlée avec Implant Cochléaire. Surdité et langage : Prothèses, LPC et Implant Cochléaire, J. Lopez-Krahé - Presses Universitaires de Vincennes, pp.69-98, 2007.
  • Legendre G, Nazzi T, Barrière I, Culbertson J, Lopez-Gonzalez M, Goyet L, , Zaroukian E. Acquiring Subject-verb Agreement in French: Evidence for Abstract Knowledge from Comprehension. 31st Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, pp.370-381, 2007.
  • de Hevia MD, Vallar G, , Girelli L. Visuo-spatial components of numerical representation. Imagery and Spatial Cognition: Methods, Models and Cognitive Assessment, T. Vecchi and G. Bottini - John Benjamins, pp.155-171, 2006.
  • Streri A. Développement de la représentation des objets. Psychologie Cognitive : approches développementale et différentielle, J. Lautrey - P.U.F., pp.138-163, 2006.
  • Streri A. Touch in infancy: the development of haptic abilities in very young infants. Psychological Science around the world, Qicheng Jing, Hang Zhang, Kan Zhang - pp.471-486, 2006.
  • Streri A, , Mellier D. L’intelligence dès la naissance. L’intelligence de l’enfant, M. Fournier R Lécuyer - Sciences Humaines Editions, pp.73-88, 2006.
  • Nazzi T, , Houston D M. Finding verb forms within the continuous speech stream. Action meets words: How children learn verbs, K. Hirsh-Pasek, ,R. Michnick-Golinkoff - Oxford University Press, pp.64-87, 2006.
  • Leybaert J, Schepers J, Renglet T, Simon P, Serniclaes W, Deltenre P, Marquet T, Mansbach A-L, Périer O, , Ligny C. Effet de l’implant cochléaire sur le développement du langage et l’architecture cognitive de l’enfant sourd profond. L’acquisition du langage par l’enfant sourd : les signes, l’oral et l’écrit., C. Transler, J. Leybaert, ,J.-E. Gombert - Solal, pp.175-196, 2004.
  • Bertoncini J, Nazzi T. Développement précoce de la perception de la parole. Le développement du nourrisson, R. Lécuyer - Dunod, 2004.
  • Fagard J, Streri A. Origine de la latéralité manuelle. Droitiers/Gauchers : des asymétries dans tous les sens, J. Fagard - Solal, pp.49-70, 2004.
  • Wydoodt P, Gentaz E, Gaunet F, Chêne D, Streri A. Haptic estimation of spatial location in virtual and real path completion task: contribution of proprioceptive and cutaneous information on the path effect. Touch, Blindness and neuroscience, M. Heller S Ballesteros - pp.351-361, 2004.
  • Streri A. Quelques réflexions sur les performances néonatales. Traité de Psychologie du nourrisson, R. Lécuyer - Dunod, pp.139-158, 2004.
  • Fagard J, Streri A. Développement des asymétries chez le bébé. Droitiers/Gauchers: des asymétries dans tous les sens., J. Fagard - Solal, pp.49-70, 2004.
  • Sprenger-Charolles L, , Serniclaes W. Comment expliquer une évolution: l’exemple de l’apprentissage de la lecture. Actes de la Journée du LEAPLE: Qu’est ce qu’analyser une évolution?, LEAPLE, pp.75-100, 2004.
  • Sprenger-Charolles L, , Serniclaes W. Nature et origine des déficits dans la dyslexie développementale: l’hypothèse phonologique. Apprentissage de la lecture et dyslexies Développementales, S.Valdois PColé, ,D. David, - Solal (Collection Neuropsychologie), pp.113-146, 2004.
  • Gopnik Alison, Nazzi Thierry. Words, kinds, and causal powers: A theory perspective on early naming and categorization. Early category and concept development: Making sense of the blooming, buzzing confusion, D.H.Rakison, ,L.M. Oakes - Oxford University Press, pp.303-329, 2003.
  • Streri A. L’intermodalité. Une introduction à la psychologie des perceptions. Perception et réalité, A. Delorme M Flückiger - Gaëtan Morin, pp.197-221, 2003.
  • Hatwell Yvette, Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard. Touching for knowing: Cognitive psychology of haptic manual perception. -, - - John Benjamins Publishing Company, 320 p, 2003.
  • Streri Arlette. Intermodal relations in infancy. Touching for knowing: Cognitive psychology of haptic manual perception, Hatwell, YvetteStreri, ArletteGentaz, Edouard - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.191-206, 2003.
  • Streri Arlette. Handedness and manual exploration. Touching for knowing: Cognitive psychology of haptic manual perception, Hatwell, YvetteStreri, ArletteGentaz, Edouard - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.83-102, 2003.
  • Streri Arlette. Manual exploration and haptic perception in infants. Touching for knowing: Cognitive psychology of haptic manual perception, Hatwell, YvetteStreri, ArletteGentaz, Edouard - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.51-66, 2003.
  • Serniclaes W. La perception de la parole. La parole, des modèles cognitifs aux machines communicantes, P. Escudier G Feng P Perrier J-L. Schwartz - Hermès, pp.159-190, 2000.
  • Carré R, Sprenger-Charolles L, Messaoud-Galusi S, , Serniclaes W. On auditory-phonetic short-term transformation. International Congres of Speech and Language (ICSLP), ICSLP, pp.937-940, 2000.
  • Barbe V, Bijeljac-Babic R, Tourrette C. Analyse quantitative et qualitative du lexique de l’enfant entre deux niveaux de developpement (MLU2 et MLU3). Psychologie et differences individuelles., M. Huteau ,J. Lautrey - Presses Universitaires de Rennes, pp.265-266, 1999.
  • Streri A. Le développement des perceptions. Manuel de Psychologie de l’Enfant, J. A. Rondal E Esperet - Mardaga, pp.261-307, 1999.
  • Streri A. Paradigmes expérimentaux et méthodes d’étude du nourrisson. Les méthodes de recherches en psychologie, J.P. Rossi - Dunod, pp.63-125, 1999.
  • Mehler Jacques, Dupoux Emmanuel, Nazzi Thierry, Dehaene-Lambertz Ghislaine. Coping with linguistic diversity: The infant’s viewpoint. Signal to syntax: Bootstrapping from speech to grammar in early acquisition, J.L.Morgan, ,K. Demuth - Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc, pp.101-116, 1996.
  • Streri A. La connaissance des objets par les bébés. Développement et intégration des fonctions cognitives, Dunod, pp.307-331, 1994.
  • Lecuyer Roger, Streri Arlette. How should intelligence be characterized in the infant?. Early child development in the French tradition: Contributions from current research, Vyt, AndreBloch, HenrietteBornstein, Marc H. - Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc, pp.75-90, 1994.
  • Streri Arlette, Molina Michele. Constraints on intermodal transfer between touch and vision in infancy. The development of intersensory perception: Comparative perspectives, Lewkowicz, David J.Lickliter, Robert - Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc, pp.285-307, 1994.
  • Streri A. Percevoir. L’homme cognitif, A. Weil-Barais D Dubois P Lecocq JL. Pedinielli - P.U.F., pp.90-193, 1993.
  • Streri A. A-modalité/Intermodalité: quelle réalité?. Les comportements du bébé: expression de son savoir?, V. Pouthas F Jouen - Passon, pp.169-181, 1993.
  • Serniclaes Willy, Wajskop Max. Phonetic versus acoustic account of feature interaction in speech perception. Analytic approaches to human cognition, Alegria, JesusHolender, DanielJunca de Morais, J - North-Holland, pp.77-91, 1992.
  • Streri A. Relation between vision and touch: perception and motor activity. Sensory-motor organization and development in infancy and early childhood, H Bloch and B Berthental - NATO, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp.337-344-1990.
  • Bertoncini J, Bijeljac-Babic R. La perception de la parole chez le jeune enfant, la découverte des unités linguistiques. Progrès en Néonatologie, J.P. Relier - Karger, pp.174-181, 1990.
  • streri, A. La relation entre toucher et vision avant 5 mois. Bulletin du Groupement des Psychologues du Centre Ouest, Psychologues du Centre Ouest - Ceres, pp.92-94, 1984.

Thesis

  • Sandrien van Ommen. Listen to the beat, A cross-linguistic perspective on the use of stress in segmentation. Utrecht University, 2016.
  • Serniclaes W. Etude expérimentale de la perception du trait de voisement des occlusives du français. Université Libre de Bruxelles, 1987. (PDF)

Newspaper article

  • Pica P, Izard V, Dehaene S, Spelke ES. Mundurucu terms with arithmetical, geometrical and spatial content. 2011.

Speech communications

  • Le Meur O, Coutrot A, Liu Z, Rämä P, Le Roch A, Helo A. Your gaze betrays your age. EUSIPCO, 2017, Kos, Greece. (PDF)
  • Mélanie BRUN, Lucie MARTIN, Brent STRICKLAND, Julien MARIE, Kristenn LE SAINT, Véronique IZARD. Does topology help object individuation?. Budapest CEU Conference for Cognitive Development, 2017, Budapest.
  • Lucie MARTIN, Aurélie COUBART, Arlette STRERI, Véronique IZARD. Bridging small and large numerosities: the case of newborn infants. Budapest CEU Conference for Cognitive Development, 2017, Budapest.
  • Potier-Watkins C, Viarouge A, Martin L, Brun M, Huet V, Gautreau A, Izard V. Board Games for Number Understanding. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2016, Budapest.
  • Dillon M, Izard V, Spelke E S. Infants\’ sensitivity to shape changes. Cognitive Development Society, 2015, Columbus, OH.
  • Viarouge A, Izard V. In which box does this number go? Breaking down the number categorization task. DUCOG, 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • Strickland B, Wertz A, Labouret G, Keil F, Izard V. The principles of object continuity and solidity in adult vision: Some discrepancies in performance. Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 2015, St. Pete Beach, Florida.
  • Marie J, Martin L, Coubart A, de Hevia MD, Streri A, Izard V. Newborn infants detect correspondences in the numerical structure of visual vs. auditory sets. SRCD, 2015, Philadelphia, PA, USA. (PDF)
  • Viarouge A, Potier-Watkins C, Izard V. The role of symbolic number representation in developing a full understanding of the successor function. SRCD, 2015.
  • Bulf H, Gariboldi V, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Left-to-right orientation facilitates learning of abstract rules in 7-month-old infants. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2015, Hungary.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Gariboldi V, Bulf H, de Hevia MD, McCrink K. Operational momentum during the representation of ordinal relations in 4- and 12-month-old infants. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2015, Hungary.
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Small on the left, large on the right: Evidence for a Posner-SNARC effect in preverbal infants. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2015, Hungary.
  • Viarouge A, Izard V. Towards a full understanding of the structure of integers: the successor function in early school years. BCCCD, 2014, Budapest.
  • Gariboldi V, Bulf H, de Hevia MD, McCrink K, Macchi-Cassia V. Operational momentum during the representation of ordinal relations in 4- and 12-month-old infants. Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, 2014, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy..
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Magnitude information and oriented spatial codes in human infants. Sympoisum on the Embodiment of abstract concepts: what’s special about space?, 2014, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy.
  • Bulf H, Macchi-Cassia V, de Hevia MD. Do numbers orient visual attention in infants? Evidence from an eye-tracking study. International Society for Infant Studies, 2014, Berlin, Germany.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Gariboldi V, Bulf H, McCrink K, de Hevia MD. Operational momentum during magnitude ordering in 12-month-old infants. International Society for Infant Studies, 2014, Berlin, Germany.
  • Marie J, Coubart A, de Hevia MD, Streri A, Izard V. Newborn infants detect correspondences in the numerical structure of visual vs. auditory sets. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2014, Hongrie.
  • You R S, Serniclaes W, Rider D, Chabane N. Audiovisual Speech Perception in Autism. the International Meeting for Autism Research, 2013, San Sebastián, Spain.
  • Addabbo M, Quirito, S, Gariboldi V, de Hevia MD, Girelli L. La discriminazione delle relazioni numeriche ordinali a 4 mesi di vita: nuove evidenze di un vantaggio per l’ordine crescente. XXVI Congresso nazionale della sezione di psicologia dello sviluppo e dell’educazione, 2013, Milan, Italy.
  • de Hevia MD, Marie, J, Coubart A, Streri A, Izard V. One-to-one correspondence cues for small sets enhance infants’ arithmetic abilities. Society for Research in Child Development, 2013, Seattle, USA.
  • de Hevia MD. What babies know about Space, Time, and Number. College de France, 2013, Paris, France.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. Not all continuous dimensions map equally: Number-Brightness mapping in infants. International Society for Infant Studies, 2012, Minneapolis, USA.
  • Izard V. The Perception of Angles in Preschoolers. Early Language Learning and Brain Development, 2012, Neurospin, Gif-sur-Yvette, France.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Dehaene S, Spelke ES. The Origins of Exact Numbers. Society for Anthropological Sciences, 2012, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Serniclaes W, Salinas J. Perception of place-of-articulation distinctions : common representation for vowels and consonants. ICPhS XVII (International Congress of Phonetic Sciences), 2011, Hong Kong. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Vanderslice M, Spelke ES. Cross-dimensional Mapping of Number, Length and Brightness by Preschool Children. Cognitive Development Society, 2011, Philadelphia, USA.
  • Coubart A, Izard V, Sann C, Spelke ES, Streri A. Dissociation between small and large numerosities in newborns. Cognitive Development Society Biennal Meeting, 2011, Philadelphia.
  • de Hevia MD. Constructing a Mental Number Line. Journée scientifique annuelle du GDR Neurosciences Cognitives du Développement, 2011, Paris.
  • You RS, Serniclaes W, Rider D, Savariaux C, Schwartz J-L, Chabane N. Perception auditive et visuelle de parole chez les enfants du spectre autistique. Quatrième Journée de Phonétique Clinique, 2011, Strasbourg, France. (PDF)
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Girelli L, de Hevia MD, Picozzi M. Four-Month-Old Infants' Detection of Order: An Advantage for Increasing Non-Numerical Sequences. Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, Montreal, Canada.
  • de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Early precursors of a number line. Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, Montreal, Canada.
  • You RS, Serniclaes W, Rider D, Chabane N. Perception visuelle de parole chez les enfants du spectre autistique. International Conference AutismComSym 2011: Communicative and symbolic behaviors in children with autism: Functional specificities and conditions of appearance, 2011, Paris, France. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Picozzi M, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. Left-to-right oriented number line: Infants’ use of space to represent number magnitude. International Society for Infant Studies, 2010, Baltimore, USA.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, de Hevia MD, Picozzi M, Rumi G, Perego V, Girelli L. Increasing magnitude counts more: evidence from 4-month-old infants’ detection of non-numerical ordinal sequences. British Psychological Association, Developmental Section Conference, 2010, London, UK.
  • Katz R, de Hevia MD, Izard V, Spelke ES. High Tones and High Places: Infants' mapping across tonal and spatial dimensions. International Conference on Infant Studies, 2010, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Izard V. Geometry: A Universal Mental Construction. 24th International Symposium on Attention and Performance, 2010, France.
  • Serniclaes W. Gunnar Fant’s contribution to speech perception: forcing the speech code. Congrés Français d’Acoustique, Lyon 2010, 2010.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. Are 4-Month-Olds Able to Discriminate Ordinal Sequences of Non-Numerical Quantities?. Society for Research in Child Development, 2009, Denver, USA.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. The Spatial-Numerical Link in Adults, Children, and Infants. Society for Research in Child Development, 2009, Denver, USA.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. Seven-month-old infants’ ability to detect ordinal numerical relationships within temporal and spatiotemporal sequences. Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, 2009, Trento, Italy.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. Are 4-month-olds able to discriminate non-numerical ordinal sequences?. Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, 2009, Trento, Italy.
  • Izard V, Sann C, Spelke ES, Streri A. Newborn Infants Represent Abstract Numbers. Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting (SRCD), 2009, Denver, Colorado.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Dehaene S, Spelke ES. Intuitions for Multiplication in Amazonian Adults and in U.S. Adults and Children. Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting (SRCD), 2009, Denver, Colorado.
  • Gentaz E, Izard V, Cheam C. Five year old children and adults spontaneously draw similar rectangles and triangles but not in the golden ratio. International Graphonomics Society, 2009, Dijon, France.
  • Izard V, Spelke ES. The Development of the Sensitivity to Geometry in Visual Forms. Cognitive Development Society Biennal Meeting (CDS), 2009, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Izard V. A universal developmental path in the construction of exact number concepts. Workshop on Cultural Effects on the Mental Number Line, 2009, University of York, UK.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. Connections between number and space in infancy. International Society for Infant Studies, 2008, Vancouver, Canada.
  • de Hevia MD. Links between representations of number and space in early childhood and infancy. Jacobs Foundation Conference, 2008, Marbach Castle, Germany.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Dehaene S, Spelke ES. A Universal Path in the Construction of Exact Number Concepts. Exciting Biologies: Biology of Cognition (Cell Press, the Massachusetts General Hospital, the Ipsen Foundation), 2008, Chantilly, France.
  • You RS, Serniclaes W. Perception des voyelles et dyslexie développementale. Actes des 27èmes Journée d’Etude sur la Parole JEP-TALN-RECITAL., 2008, Avignon. (PDF)
  • You R S, Serniclaes W. Categorical Perception: from consonants to vowels. X Congresso Nacional e IV Internacional de Fonética e Fonologia, 2008, Brazil.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. The spatial representation of magnitude in children: Effects of number in the perception of a line. Society for Research in Child Development, 2007, Boston, USA.
  • Girelli L, Previtali P, de Hevia MD. Serial learning induces spatially-organized mental representation. Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), 2007, Marseille, France.
  • Perrone G, de Hevia MD, Girelli L. Mapping numbers onto space: Further support for the cognitive illusion hypothesis. Congresso Nazionale della Sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, 2007, Como, Italy.
  • Perrone G, de Hevia MD, Girelli L. The influence of numerical information on the representation of space. Congresso Nazionale della Sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, 2007, Como, Italy.
  • Revkin S, Piazza M, Izard V, Zamarian L, Karner E, Dehaene S, Cohen L, Delazer M. The role of executive functions in numerical estimation: A neuropsychological case study. 25th European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, 2007, Bressanone, Italy.
  • Izard V, Streri A, Spelke ES. Young children’s conception of exact equality between numbers. Cognitive Development Society Vth Biennial Meeting, 2007, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Izard V, Dehaene-Lambertz G, Dehaene S. Dual Pathways for Numerosity and Object Identity in 3-months-old infants. International Networking Seminar for Young Researchers on ‘Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuro-Imaging of Development’, 2007, British Council, Paris, France.
  • Perrone G, de Hevia MD, Bricolo E, Girelli L. Spatial effects on the writing of Arabic numbers. Congresso Nazionale della Sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, 2006, Rovereto, Italy.
  • Revkin S, Piazza M, Izard V, Cohen L, Dehaene S. Does subitizing reflect numerical estimation?. NUMBRA summer school, 2006, Jyväskylä, Finland.
  • Grace AD, Izard V, Shutts K, Dehaene S, Pica P, Spelke ES. Sensitivity to geometry in male and female children and adults in the U.S. and in an Amazonian indigene group. Annual Meeting of the Vision Science Society, 2006, Sarasota, Florida.
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Bricolo E, Vallar G. The impact of numbers in the representational space: Mis-estimations of length. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) Meeting, 2005, New York, USA.
  • de Hevia MD. The influence of the numerical magnitude in the representation of space. NUMBRA / ESCOP Summer School “Neuroscience of number processing, 2005, Erice, Italy.
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Bricolo E, Vallar G. The impact of the numerical magnitude in the representation of space. NUMBRA / ESCOP Summer School “Neuroscience of number processing”, 2005, Erice, Italy.
  • Perrone G, de Hevia MD, Bricolo E, Girelli L. Physical and symbolic distances in the representational space: Evidence from scanning visual images. Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), 2005, Leiden, Holland.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Lemer C, Dehaene S. The role of the language in the development of numerical knowledge. NUMBRA summer school, 2005, Erice, Sicily.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Lemer C, Dehaene S. What is universal in numbers ?. annual meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), 2005, University of Leiden, the Netherlands.
  • Piazza M, Izard V, Pinel P, Dehaene S. Tuning curves for approximate numerosity in the human intraparietal sulcus. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), 2004, San Francisco, California.
  • Izard V, Dehaene S. Calibrating of numerosity estimation :evidence for a logarithmic number line. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), 2004, San Francisco, California.
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Vallar G. Cognitive illusion of length induced by number magnitude. Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), 2003, Granada, Spain.

LANGUAGE & COGNITION GROUP

The Language and Cognition team investigates the mechanisms and constraints at play in the early acquisition of language, and the development of cognition, in particular number and object. It explores the constraints on the organization of the brain development involved in language acquisition and cognitive development. For language, we are interested in the role of the general properties of languages and the specific properties of the language(s) being acquired, together with the dynamics of the interactions between endogenous and exogenous constraints. Our studies investigate several processing levels, from phonology, including the acoustic dimension of the speech signal, to morpho-syntax. For cognition, we mostly focus on representations of space and quantities, again assessing the role of endogenous vs. exogenous factors. New projects explore the interaction between language and cognition during development, e.g. by examining the interaction between linguistic input/acquisition and the development of visual perception, or assessing whether early mechanisms are domain-general or specific to e.g. linguistic input. This work uses different techniques, behavioral methods or “brain imaging” techniques (electrophysiology –ERPs-, NIRS…), in order to specify linguistic/cognitive mechanisms and their neural substrates.

Importantly, we are interested in the study of different populations. First, we work on typical development in monolingual and bilingual infants. That research is deeply rooted in a cross-linguistic approach in which we compare acquisition in French-learning infants and in infants learning other languages (thanks to international collaborations), in order to determine the elements in these trajectories that reflect the acquisition of general properties of language and those that reflect the acquisition of specific properties of the language in acquisition, and elaborate new, more general, models of language acquisition. Second, we study different developmental disorders to specify how typical developmental trajectory can vary across infant populations, providing data regarding the breadth and limits of plasticity in development. To do so, we work in collaboration with parent and professional institutions linked to atypical acquisition (deafness and cochlear implantation, Williams syndrome, autism) and bilingualism, schools, and hospitals (coll. Robert Debré and Necker hospitals).

The team is a founding partner of LABEX EFL (Empirical Foundations of Linguistics), and of the babylab.

RESEARCH TOPICS ▼

Theme 1: Acoustic perception and phonological acquisition
We explore the early perceptual biases that allow infants to rapidly, within the first year of life, learn the properties of the native language(s) at the sound level and perceptually tune to native-specific processing.
– Auditory biases at birth
– Perception of speech modulation cues and language acquisition
– Language acquisition and processing in simultaneous bilingual infants
– Language acquisition in atypical development
Theme 2: Higher linguistic levels
We explore the acquisition of the lexico-semantic system and syntax, using behavioral and brain-related techniques. Our work pays close attention to the links between these different developments, and how they predict later outcomes.
– Interaction between phonological and lexical acquisition and processing
– Word learning/recognition and attention
– Morpho(syntax)
– Predicting language and cognitive outcomes in typical development
Theme 3: Cognition and links to language
We explore aspects of the development of (visual) cognition, with a particular focus on amodal properties (e.g. quantity, space, or semantics) and its links to language acquisition.
– Spatial components of numerical and ordinal information: origins, development
– Foundations of numerical and geometric knowledge
– Interactions between visual scene exploration and language skills
– Processing of structured sequences across modalities and domains

TEAM MEMBERS

Permanent researchers

Thierry NAZZI

Thierry NAZZI

DR CNRS

Team leader

Ranka BIJELLJAC-BABIC

Ranka BIJELLJAC-BABIC

MCF U.Poitiers

Laurianne CABRERA

Laurianne CABRERA

CR CNRS

Maria Dolores DE HEVIA

Maria Dolores DE HEVIA

CR CNRS

Judit GERVAIN

Judit GERVAIN

DR CNRS

Véronique IZARD

Véronique IZARD

CR CNRS

Pia RAMA-ORY

Pia RAMA-ORY

CR CNRS

Willy SERNICLAES

Willy SERNICLAES

DR, Emeritus

Arlette STRERI

Arlette STRERI

PR, Emeritus

Henny YEUNG

Henny YEUNG

CR CNRS

Support staff

Maxine DOS SANTOS

Maxine DOS SANTOS

T

Viviane HUET

Viviane HUET

T

Alicia LEFEBVRE

Alicia LEFEBVRE

T

Lucie MARTIN

Lucie MARTIN

I

Anthony PICAUD

Anthony PICAUD

IE

Post docs & PhD students

Elena BERDASCO

Elena BERDASCO

Post doc

Hui CHEN

Hui CHEN

Post doc

Irene DE LA CRUZ PAVIA

Irene DE LA CRUZ PAVIA

Post doc

Ramon GUEVARRA ERRA

Ramon GUEVARRA ERRA

Post doc

Irène LORENZINI

Irène LORENZINI

Post doc

Caterina MARINO

Caterina MARINO

Post doc

Anna MARTINEZ

Anna MARTINEZ

Post doc

Sandrien VAN OMMEN

Sandrien VAN OMMEN

Post doc

Oytun AYGUN

Oytun AYGUN

PhD student

Charlotte BAROT

Charlotte BAROT

PhD student

Mélanie HOAREAU

Mélanie HOAREAU

PhD student

Maria ORTIZ

Maria ORTIZ

PhD student

PUBLICATIONS ▼

Articles

  • Dunn H, Bernstein N, de Hevia MD, Macchi Cassia V, Bulf, H, McCrink K. Operational Momentum for Magnitude Ordering in Preschool Children and Adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2019, 179, pp.260-275. (PDF)
  • Polka, L & Nazzi, T. Interacting processes and developmental biases allow learners to crack the “what” code and the “who” code in spoken language. Applied Psycholinguistics, 2018, 39 (4), pp.757-761.
  • Berdasco-Munoz, E, Nishibayashi, L-L, Baud, O, Biran, V, Nazzi, T. Early segmentation abilities in preterm infants. Infancy, 2018, 23, pp.268-287. (PDF)
  • Poltrock S, Chen H, Kwok C, Cheung H, Nazzi T. Adult Learning of Novel Words in a Non-native Language: Consonants, Vowels, and Tones. Front Psychol, 2018, 9, pp.1211. (PDF)
  • Von Holzen K, Nishibayashi LL, Nazzi T. Consonant and Vowel Processing in Word Form Segmentation: An Infant ERP Study. Brain Sci, 2018, 8 (2). (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Polka L. The consonant bias in word learning is not determined by position within the word: Evidence from vowel-initial words. J Exp Child Psychol, 2018, 174, pp.103-111. (PDF)
  • Henny Yeung H, Bhatara A, Nazzi T. Learning a Phonological Contrast Modulates the Auditory Grouping of Rhythm. Cogn Sci, 2018. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes, W, Seck, M. Enhanced Sensitivity to Subphonemic Segments in Dyslexia: A New Instance of Allophonic Perception. Brain Sci, 2018, 8. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Sirri L, Goyet L. Event-related potentials associated with cognitive mechanisms underlying lexical-semantic processing in monolingual and bilingual 18-month-old children. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 2018, 47, pp.123-130. (PDF)
  • McCrink K, de Hevia MD. From Innate Spatial Biases to Enculturated Spatial Cognition: The Case of Spatial Associations in Number and Other Sequences. Frontiers in Psychology, 2018 (9), pp.415. (PDF)
  • Issard C, Gervain J. Variability of the hemodynamic response in infants: Influence of experimental design and stimulus complexity. Dev Cogn Neurosci, 2018.
  • Bijeljac-Babic R. L\\’acquisition du langage au cours de la première année de vie: la cas des nourrissons bilingues. Devenir, 2018, 30, pp.29-39.
  • Rämä P, Leminen A, Koskenoja-Vainikka S, Leminen M, Alho K, Kujala T. Effect of language experience on selective auditory attention: an event-related potential study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 2018, 127, pp.38-45. (PDF)
  • Krishna O, Helo A, Rämä P, Aizawa K. Gaze distribution analysis and saliency prediction across age groups. PLOS ONE, 2018, 13(2): e019.
  • Frank, MC, Bergelson, E, Bergmann, C, Cristia, A, Floccia, C, Gervain, J, Hamlin, JK, Hannon, EE, Kline, M, Levelt, C, Lew-Williams, C, Nazzi, T, Panneton, R, Rabagliati, H, Soderstrom, M, Sullivan, J, Waxman, S, Yurovsky, D. A collaborative approach to infant research: Promoting reproducibility, best practices, and theory-building. Infancy, 2017, 22, pp.421-435. (PDF)
  • Delle Luche, C, Floccia, C, Granjon, L, Nazzi, T. Infants’ first words are not phonetically specified: Own name recognition in 5-month-old British-English babies. Infancy, 2017, 22, pp.362-388. (PDF)
  • Buerkin-Pontrelli, A, Culbertson, J, Legendre, G, Nazzi, T. The early acquisition of French liaison. Language, 2017, 93, pp.189-219. (PDF)
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, Hsin L, Barrière I, Nazzi T, Legendre G. Agarra, agarran: Evidence of early comprehension of subject-verb agreement in Spanish. J Exp Child Psychol, 2017, 160, pp.33-49. (PDF)
  • Bijeljac-Babic R. Audition prénatale et sensibilité aux langues chez les nourrissons bilingues de naissance: un long problème d\\’entendement. Enfance, 2017, 3, pp.363-370.
  • de Hevia MD, Veggiotti L, Streri A, Bonn C. At birth humans associate “few” with left and “many” with right. Current Biology, 2017, 27, pp.3879–3884.e2. (PDF)
  • Helo A, Azaiez N, Rämä P. Word processing in scene context: an event-related potential study in young children. Developmental Neuropsychology, 2017, 42, pp.482-494. (PDF)
  • Sirri L, Rämä P. Similar and distinct neural mechanisms underlying semantic priming in the languages of the French-Spanish bilingual children. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2017. (PDF)
  • Helo A, Van Ommen S, Pannasch S, Danteny-Dordoigne L, Rämä P. Influence of semantic consistency and perceptual features on visual attention during scene viewing in toddlers. Infant Behavior and Development, 2017, 49, pp.248-266. (PDF)
  • Le Meur O, Coutrot A, Le Roch A, Helo A, Rämä P, Liu Z. Visual attention saccadic models learn to emulate gaze patterns from childhood to adulthood. Proceedings of the IEEE, 2017, 26, pp.4777-4789. (PDF)
  • Macchi Cassia VM, Bulf H, McCrink K, de Hevia MD. Operational Momentum during ordering operations for Size and Number in 4-month-old Infants. Journal of Numerical Cognition, 2017, 3, pp.270-287. (PDF)
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Gariboldi V, Macchi Cassia VM. Infants learn better from left to right: a directional bias in infants’ sequence learning. Scientific Reports, 2017, 7, pp.2437. (PDF)
  • Kriszta Szendroi, Carline Bernard, Frauke Berger, Judit Gervain, Barbara Hoehle. Acquisition of prosodic focus marking by English, French and German 3-, 4-, 5- and 6-year-olds. Journal of Child Language, 2017.
  • Lilian May, Judit Gervain, Manuel Carreiras, Janet F Werker. The neonate neural response to native, non-native and whistled language. Developmental Science, 2017.
  • de Hevia MD, Lee Y, Streri A. The temporal dimensions in the first year of life. Timing & Time Perception Reviews, 2017, 5, pp.280-296. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Castaldi E, Streri A, Eger E, Izard V. Perceiving numerosity from birth. Behaviour Brain Sciences, 2017. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Addabbo M, Nava E, Croci E, Girelli L, Macchi Cassia V. Infants’ detection of increasing numerical order comes before detection of decreasing number. Cognition, 2017, 158, pp.177-188. (PDF)
  • Guevara Erra R, Mateos DM, Wennberg R, Perez Velazquez JL. Statistical mechanics of consciousness: Maximization of information content of network is associated with conscious awareness. Phys Rev E, 2016, 94 (5-1), pp.52402.
  • Borghesani V, de Hevia MD, Viarouge A, Pinheiro-Chagas P, Eger E, Piazza M. Comparing magnitudes across dimensions: a univariate and multivariate approach. Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging, IEEE, 2016, pp.1-4. (PDF)
  • Issard C, Gervain J. Adult-like processing of time-compressed speech by newborns: A NIRS study. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2016.
  • Judit Gervain, Ansgar D Endress. Learning multiple rules simultaneously: affixes are more salient than reduplications. Memory and Cognition, 2016.
  • Molnar M, Carreiras M, Gervain J. Language dominance shapes non-linguistic rhythmic grouping in bilinguals. Cognition, 2016, 152, pp.150-9.
  • Gervain J, Werker JF, Black A, Geffen MN. The neural correlates of processing scale-invariant environmental sounds at birth. Neuroimage, 2016, 133, pp.144-50.
  • Culbertson, J, Koulaguina, E, Gonzalez Gomez, N, Legendre, G, Nazzi, T. Developing representations of non-adjacent dependencies. Developmental Psychology, 2016, 52 (12), pp.2174-2183. (PDF)
  • Helo A, Rämä P, Pannasch S, Méary D. Eye movement patterns and visual attention during scene viewing in 3- to 12-month-olds. Visual Neuroscience, 2016, 33, pp.1-7. (PDF)
  • Nazzi, T, Poltrock, S, Von Holzen, K. The developmental origins of the consonant bias in lexical processing. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2016, 25 (4), pp.291-296. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD. Core mathematical abilities in infants: Number and much more. Progress in Brain Research, 2016. (PDF)
  • Miletto Petrazzini ME, Agrillo C, Izard V, Bisazza A. Do Humans (Homo sapiens) and Fish (Pterophyllum scalare) Make Similar Numerosity Judgments?. J Comp Psychol, 2016.
  • Nishibayashi LL, Nazzi T. Vowels, then consonants: Early bias switch in recognizing segmented word forms. Cognition, 2016, 155, pp.188-203. (PDF)
  • Abboub N, Nazzi T, Gervain J. Prosodic grouping at birth. Brain Lang, 2016, 162, pp.46-59. (PDF)
  • Abboub N, Boll-Avetisyan N, Bhatara A, Höhle B, Nazzi T. An Exploration of Rhythmic Grouping of Speech Sequences by French- and German-Learning Infants. Front Hum Neurosci, 2016, 10, pp.292. (PDF)
  • Macchi Cassia V, McCrink K, de Hevia MD, Gariboldi V, Bulf H. Operational momentum and size ordering in preverbal infants. Psychol Res, 2016. (PDF)
  • Rugani R, McCrink K, de Hevia MD, Vallortigara G, Regolin L. Ratio abstraction over discrete magnitudes by newly hatched domestic chicks (Gallus gallus). Sci Rep, 2016. (PDF)
  • Rugani R, de Hevia MD. Number-space associations without language: Evidence from preverbal human infants and non-human animal species. Psychon Bull Rev, 2016. (PDF)
  • Guellaï B, Streri A, Chopin A, Rider D, Kitamura C. Newborns’ Sensitivity to the Visual Aspects of Infant-Directed Speech: Evidence From Point-Line Displays of Talking Faces. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform, 2016.
  • Højen A, Nazzi T. Vowel bias in Danish word-learning: processing biases are language-specific. Developmental Science, 2016, 19 (1), pp.41-49. (PDF)
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Höhle B, Nazzi T. Early prosodic acquisition in bilingual infants: The case of the perceptual trochaic bias. Frontiers in Psychology, 2016, 7, pp.210. (PDF)
  • Guevara-Erra R, Gervain J. The efficient coding of speech: cross-linguistic differences. Plos One, 2016, pp.under revision.
  • Barrière I, Goyet L, Kresh S, Legendre G, Nazzi T. Uncovering productive morphosyntax in French-learning toddlers: a multidimensional methodology perspective. Journal of Child Language, 2016, 43 (5), pp.1131-1157. (PDF)
  • Streri A, Coulon M, Marie J, Yeung HH. Developmental change in infants’ detection of visual faces that match auditory vowels. Infancy, 2016, 21, pp.177-198. (PDF)
  • Boll-Avetisyan N, Bhatara A, Unger A, Nazzi T, Höhle B. Effects of experience with L2 and music on rhythmic grouping by French listeners. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2016, 19 (5), pp.971–986. (PDF)
  • Bhatara A, Boll-Avetisyan N, Agus T, Höhle B, Nazzi T. Language experience affects grouping of musical instrument sounds. Cognitive Science, 2016, 40 (7), pp.1816-1830. (PDF)
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Small on the left, large on the right: Numbers orient preverbal infants’ visual attention onto space. Developmental Science, 2016, 19, pp.394-401. (PDF)
  • Havy M, Bouchon C, Nazzi T. Learning words in bilinguals as a function of linguistic distance of the two native languages. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2016, 40, pp.41-52. (PDF)
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, Nazzi T. Delayed acquisition of non-adjacent vocalic dependencies. Journal of Child Language, 2016, 43 (1), pp.186-206. (PDF)
  • Perez Velazquez JL, Guevara Erra R, Rosenblum M. The epileptic thalamocortical network is a macroscopic self-sustained oscillator: evidence from frequency-locking experiments in rat brains. Sci Rep, 2015, 5, pp.8423. (PDF)
  • Irene de la Cruz-Pavía, Gorka Elordieta, Nuria Sebastián-Gallés, Itziar Lak. On the role of frequency-based cues in the segmentation strategies of adult OV/VO bilinguals. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 2015, 18 (2), pp.225-241.
  • Irene de la Cruz Pavía, Gorka Elordieta. Prosodic phrasing of relative clauses with two possible antecedents in Spanish: a comparison of Spanish native speakers and L1Basque bilingual speakers. Folia Linguistica, 2015, 49 (1), pp.185-204.
  • Hemimou C Streri A. Déficience visuelle chez le nourrisson: comparaison entre une atteinte visuelle d\\’origine cérébrale et une atteinte visuelle d\\’origine périphérique. L’Annee Psychologique, 2015, pp.1-17.
  • Guellai B, Mersad K, Streri A. Suprasegmental information affects processing of talking faces at birth. Infant Behavior and Development, 2015, 38, pp.11-19.
  • Streri A, de Hevia MD. Manual lateralization in infancy. Front Psychol, 2015. (PDF)
  • Coubart A, Streri A, de Hevia MD, Izard V. Crossmodal discrimination of 2 vs. 4 objects across touch and vision in 5-month-old infants. PLoS One, 2015.
  • Noordenbos M, Serniclaes W. Categorical perception in dyslexia: A meta-analysis. Scientific Studies of Reading, 2015, 19, pp.340-359.
  • Pérez-Velazquez JL, Guevara-Erra R, Rosenblum M. The Epileptic Thalamocortical Network is a Macroscopic Self-Sustained Oscillator: Evidence from Frequency-Locking Experiments in Rat Brains. Scientific Reports, 2015, 5. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Nishibayashi L-L, Berdasco-Munoz E, Baud O, Biran V, Gonzalez-Gomez N. Acquisition du langage chez l’enfant premature durant la premiere annee de vie. Archives de pédiatrie, 2015, 22, pp.1072-1077. (PDF)
  • Bouchon C, Nazzi T, Gervain J. Hemispheric asymmetries in repetition enhancement and suppression effects in the newborn brain. PlosOne, 2015, 10, pp.e0140160.
  • Cabrera L, Tsao F-M, Liu L-M, Li L-Y, Hu Y-H, Lorenzi C, Bertoncini J. The perception of speech modulation cues in lexical tones is guided by early language-specific experience. Frontiers, 2015, pp.in press.
  • Miletto-Petrazzini M E, Agrillo C, Izard V, Bisazza A. Relative versus absolute numerical representation in fish: Can guppies represent "fourness"?. Animal Cognition, 2015, 18, pp.1007-1017.
  • Cabrera L, Lorenzi C, Bertoncini J. Infants discriminate voicing and place of articulation with reduced spectral and temporal modulation cues. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 2015, 58, pp.1033–1042. (PDF)
  • Varnet L, Knoblauch K, Serniclaes W, Meunier F, Hoen M. A psychophysical imaging method evidencing auditory cues extraction during speech perception: A group analysis of auditory classification images. PlosOne, 2015, pp.in press.
  • Serniclaes W, Collet G, Sprenger-Charolles L. Neural rehabilitation of dyslexia: How can an allophonic system be changed into a phonemic one?. Frontiers in Psychology, 2015, pp.in press.
  • Bouton S, Colé P, Serniclaes W, Duncan LG, Giraud A-L. Atypical phonological processing impairs written word recognition in children with cochlear implants. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 2015, pp.in press.
  • Collet G, Colin C, Serniclaes W, Hoonhorst I, Markessis E, Deltenre P, Leybaert J. Changes in voicing perception by adult French speakers after identification training. Applied Psycholinguistics, 2015, 36, pp.463-483.
  • Poltrock S, Nazzi T. Consonant/vowel asymmetry in early word form recognition. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2015, 131, pp.135–148. (PDF)
  • Sirri L, Rämä P. Cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying semantic priming during language acquisition. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 2015, 35, pp.1-12. (PDF)
  • Imai M, Miyazaki M, Yeung HH, Hidaka S, Kantartzis K, Okada K, Kita S. Sound symbolism facilitates word learning in 14-month-olds. PLoS ONE, 2015, 10, pp.e0116494. (PDF)
  • Bhatara A, Yeung HH, Nazzi T. Foreign language learning in French speakers is associated with rhythm perception, but not with melody perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2015, 41, pp.277-282. (PDF)
  • Nishibayashi L-L, Goyet L, Nazzi T. Early speech segmentation in French-learning infants: monosyllabic words versus embedded syllables. Language & Speech., 2015, 58, pp.334-350.
  • Bouchon C, Floccia C, Fux T, Adda-Decker M, Nazzi T. Call me Alix, not Elix: Vowels are more important than consonants in own name recognition at 5 months. Developmental Science, 2015, 18, pp.587-598. (PDF)
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, Nazzi T. Constraints on statistical computations at 10 months of age: The use of phonological features. Developmental Science, 2015, 18, pp.864-876. (PDF)
  • Abboub N, Bijeljac-Babic R, Serres J, Nazzi T. On the importance of being bilingual: Word stress processing in a context of segmental variability. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2015, 132, pp.111–120. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Izard V, Coubart A, Spelke ES, Streri A. Representations of space, time, and number in neonates. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2014. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Addabbo M, Macchi Cassia V. Human infants’ preference for left-to-right oriented increasing numerical sequences. PLoS One, 2014. (PDF)
  • Bulf H, Macchi Cassia V, de Hevia MD. Are numbers, size and brightness equally efficient in orienting visual attention? Evidence from an eye-tracking study. PLoS One, 2014. (PDF)
  • Bertoncini J, Cabrera L. La perception de la parole de 0 à 24 mois - Speech perception in the first two years. Archives de Pédiatrie, 2014, 21, pp.1153–1156.
  • Collet G, Leybaert J, Serniclaes W, Deltenre P, Markessis E, Hoonhorst I, Colin C. Les entraînements auditifs :des modifications comportementales aux modifications neurophysiologiques. L’année psychologique/Topics in Cognitive Psychology, 2014, 114, pp.389-418.
  • Gariboldi V, Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia VM. Ordinal judgments move attention along representational space in infancy: Evidence from the Operational Momentum. Giornale Italiano di Psicologia, 2014, 6, pp.611-622.
  • Guellaï B, Streri A, Yeung HH. The development of sensorimotor influences in the audiovisual speech domain: Some critical questions. Frontiers in Psychology, 2014, 5, pp.1-7. (PDF)
  • Helo A, Pannasch S, Sirri L, Rämä P. The maturation of eye movement behavior: Scene viewing characteristics in children and adults. Vision Research, 2014, 103, pp.83-91. (PDF)
  • Cabrera L, Tsao F-M, Gnansia D, Bertoncini J, Lorenzi C. The role of spectro-temporal fine structure cues in lexical-tone discrimination for French and Mandarin listeners. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 2014, 136, pp.877-882.
  • Yeung HH, Nazzi T. Object labeling influences infant phonetic learning and generalization. Cognition, 2014, 132, pp.151-163. (PDF)
  • Gervain J, Werker JF, Geffen MN. Category-specific processing of scale-invariant sounds in infancy. Plos One, 2014.
  • Cristia A, Minagawa-Kawai Y, Egorova N, Gervain J, Filippin L, Cabrol D, Dupoux E. Neural correlates of infant accent discrimination: an fNIRS study. Developmental Science, 2014, DOI 10.1111.
  • Kubicek C, Hillairet de Boisferon A, Dupierrix E, Pascalis O, Lœvenbruck H, Gervain J, Schwarzer G. Cross-modal matching of audiovisual German and French fluent speech in infancy. Plos One, 2014, 9, pp.e89275. (PDF)
  • Fagard J, Sirri L, Rämä P. Effect of handedness on the occurrence of semantic N400 priming effect in 18- and 24-month-old children. Frontiers in Psychology, 2014, 5, pp.1-8. (PDF)
  • Izard V, Streri A, Spelke ES. Toward Exact Number: Young Children Use One-to-one Correspondence to Measure Set Identity but not Numerical Equality. Cognitive Psychology, 2014, 72, pp.27-53. (PDF)
  • DelleLuche C, Poltrock S, Goslin J, New B, Floccia C, Nazzi T. Differential processing of consonants and vowels in the auditory modality: A cross-linguistic study. Journal of Memory and Language, 2014, 72, pp.1-15. (PDF)
  • Coubart A, Izard V, Spelke ES, Marie J, Streri A. Dissociation between small and large numerosities in newborn infants. Developmental Science, 2014, 17, pp.11-22.
  • Yeung HH, Chen LM, Werker JF. Referential labeling can facilitate phonetic learning in infancy. Child Development, 2014, 85, pp.1036-1049. (PDF)
  • Floccia C, Nazzi T, DelleLuche C, Poltrock S, Goslin J. English-learning one- to two-year-olds do not show a consonant bias in word learning. Journal of Child Language, 2014, 41, pp.1085-1114. (PDF)
  • Havy M, Serres J, Nazzi T. A consonant/vowel asymmetry in word-form processing: Evidence in childhood and in adulthood. Language and Speech, 2014, 57, pp.254-281. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Mersad K, Sundara M, Iakimova G, Polka L. Early word segmentation in infants acquiring Parisian French: task-dependent and dialect-specific aspects. Journal of Child Language, 2014, 41, pp.600-633. (PDF)
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  • Sann C, Streri A. The limits of newborn’s grasping to detect texture in a cross-modal transfer task. Infant Behavior and Development, 2008, 31, pp.523-531.
  • Sann Coralie, Streri Arlette. Inter-manual transfer of object texture and shape in human neonates. Neuropsychologia, 2008, 46, pp.698-703.
  • Perez Velazquez JL, Galán RF, Garcia Dominguez L, Leshchenko Y, Lo S, Belkas J, Erra RG. Phase response curves in the characterization of epileptiform activity. Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys, 2007, 76 (6 Pt 1), pp.61912.
  • Streri A, Sann C. The multiple relations between vision and touch: neonatal behavioural evidence and adult neuroimaging data. Commentary on Dijerkman & de Haan: Somatosensory processes subserving perception and action. Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 2007, 30, pp.220-221.
  • Sann C, Streri A. Perception of object shape and texture in human newborns: evidence from cross-modal transfer tasks. Developmental Science, 2007, 10, pp.398-409.
  • Nazzi T, Pilardeau M. Learning the names of objects is not enough to support name-based categorization at 16 months. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2007, 4, pp.435-450. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, New B. Beyond stop consonants: consonantal specificity in early lexical acquisition. Cognitive Development, 2007, 22, pp.271-279. (PDF)
  • Delahaie M, Sprenger-Charolles L, Serniclaes W. Une double évaluation des effets de lexicalité chez des faibles lecteurs et des très faibles lecteurs comparativement à des normolecteurs de même age et de même niveau de lecture (données longitudinales du CP au CE1). L’Année Psychologique, 2007, 107, pp.361-396. (PDF)
  • Dufor O, Serniclaes W, Sprenger-Charolles L, Démonet JF. Top-down processes during auditory phoneme categorization in dyslexia: A PET study. NeuroImage, 2007, 34, pp.1692-1707. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Vallar G. Numbers and space: a cognitive illusion?. Exp Brain Res, 2006. (PDF)
  • Dehaene S, Izard V, Pica P, Spelke ES. Examining Knowledge of Geometry: Response to Wulff and Delson (Correspondance). Science, 2006, 312, pp.1310. (PDF)
  • Dehaene S, Izard V, Pica P, Spelke ES. Core knowledge of geometry in an Amazonian Indigene group. Science, 2006, 311, pp.381-384. (PDF)
  • Féron J, Gentaz Edouard, Streri A. Evidence of amodal representation of small numbers across visuo-tactile modalities in 5-month-old infants. Cognitive Development, 2006, 21, pp.81-92.
  • Nazzi T. Spécificité phonétique: de la perception précoce à l’acquisition des premiers mots. Recherches Linguistiques de Vincennes, 2006, 35, pp.31-52.
  • Wydoodt P, Gentaz E, Streri A. Role of force cues in the haptic estimations of a virtual lenght. Experimental Brain Research, 2006, 171, pp.481-489.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Iakimova Galina, Bertoncini Josiane, Fredonie Severine, Alcantara Carmela. Early segmentation of fluent speech by infants acquiring French: Emerging evidence for crosslinguistic differences. Journal of Memory and Language, 2006, 54, pp.283-299. (PDF)
  • Guevara R, Velazquez JL, Nenadovic V, Wennberg R, Senjanovic G, Dominguez LG. Phase synchronization measurements using electroencephalographic recordings: what can we really say about neuronal synchrony?. Neuroinformatics, 2005, 3 (4), pp.301-14.
  • Werker JF, Yeung HH. Infant speech perception bootstraps word learning. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2005, 9, pp.519-527. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Courtney S. Functional topography of working memory for face or voice identity. NeuroImage, 2005, 24, pp.224-234. (PDF)
  • Streri A, Féron J. The development of haptic abilities in very young infants: from perception to cognition. Infant Behavior and Development, 2005, 28, pp.290-304..
  • Streri A. Touching for knowing in infancy: The development of manual abilities in very young infants. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2005, 4, pp.325-343.
  • Adrien JL, Gattegno MP, Streri A, Reynaud L, Barthelemy C. Développement précoce et créativité chez l’enfant autiste. Archives de Pédiatrie, 2005, 12, pp.858-860.
  • Serniclaes W, Ventura P, Morais J, Kolinsky R. Categorical perception of speech in illiterate adults. Cognition, 2005, 98, pp.B35-B44.. (PDF)
  • Kerzerho Stephanie, Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard. Reference frame and haptic discrimination of orientations in infants. Neuroreport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 2005, 16, pp.1833-1837.
  • Nazzi T, Dilley LC, Jusczyk AM, Shattuck-Hufnagel S, Jusczyk PW. English-learning infants’ segmentation of verbs from fluent speech. Language and Speech, 2005, 48, pp.279-298. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Gopnik A, Karmiloff-Smith A. Asynchrony in the cognitive and lexical development of young children with Williams syndrome. Journal of Child Language, 2005, 32, pp.427-438. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry. Use of phonetic specificity during the acquisition of new words: Differences between consonants and vowels. Cognition, 2005, 98, pp.13-30. (PDF)
  • Dehaene-Lambertz G, Pallier C, Serniclaes W, Sprenger-Charolles L, Jobert A, Dehaene S. Neural correlates of switching from auditory to speech perception. Neuroimage, 2005, 24, pp.21-33. (PDF)
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Millogo V, Farioli F, Grainger J. A developmental investigation of word length effects in reading using a new on-line word identification paradigm. Reading and Writing, 2004, 17, pp.411-431. (PDF)
  • Piazza M, Izard V, Pinel P, Dehaene S. Tuning curves for approximate numerosity in the human intraparietal sulcus. Neuron, 2004, 44, pp.547-555. (PDF)
  • Pica P, Lemer V, Izard V, Dehaene S. Exact and approximate arithmetic in an Amazonian Indigene Group. Science, 2004, 306, pp.499-503. (PDF)
  • Pertovaara A, Linnankoski I, Artchakov D, Rämä P, Carlson S. A potential aphrodisiac for female macaques. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 2004, 79, pp.137-141. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Poremba A, Sala JB, Yee L, Malloy M, Mishkin M, Courtney SM. Dissociable functional cortical topographies for working memory maintenance of voice identity and location. Cerebral Cortex, 2004, 14, pp.768–780. (PDF)
  • Delahaie M, Sprenger-Charolles L, Serniclaes W, Billard C, Tichet J, Pointeau S, Vol S. Categorical perception and learning to read / Les habiletes de perception des sons de la parole d’une population d’enfants pre-lecteurs. A.N.A.E. Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages chez l’Enfant, 2004, 16, pp.363-373.
  • Delahaie M, Sprenger-Charolles L, Serniclaes W, Billard C, Tichet J, Pointeau S, Vol S. Perception catégorielle dans une tâche de discrimination de phonème et apprentissage. Revue Française de Pédagogie, 2004, 147, pp.91-106.
  • Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard, Spelke Elizabeth, Van deWalle Gretchen. Infants’ haptic perception of object unity in rotating displays. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology A: Human Experimental Psychology, 2004, 57A, pp.523-538.
  • Gentaz Edouard, Streri Arlette. An "Oblique Effect" in Infants’ Haptic Perception of Spatial Orientations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2004, 16, pp.253-259.
  • Serniclaes W, Van Heghe S, Mousty P, Carré R, Sprenger-Charolles L. Allophonic mode of speech perception in dyslexia. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2004, 87, pp.336-361. (PDF)
  • Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard. Cross-modal recognition of shape from hand to eyes and handedness in human newborns. Neuropsychologia, 2004, 42, pp.1365-1369.
  • Sala JB, Rämä P, Courtney SM. Functional topography of a distributed neural system for spatial and nonspatial information maintenance in working memory. Neuropsychologia, 2003, 41, pp.341-356. (PDF)
  • Lacaze E, Kieffert V, Streri A, Lorenzi C, Gentaz E, Habrand J-L, Dellatolas G, Kalifa C, Grill J. Neuropsychological outcome in children with optic pathway tumors when first-line treatment is chemotherapy. British Journal of Cancer, 2003, 89, pp.2038-2044.
  • Serniclaes W. Dyslexie et percetion phonologique. Glossa, 2003, 84, pp.4-21.
  • Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard. Cross-modal recognition of shape from hand to eyes in human newborns. Somatosensory and Motor Research, 2003, 20, pp.13-18.
  • Lhote M, Streri A. Haptic memory of object shape in 4-month-old infants / La memoire haptique de la forme des objets chez les Bebes ages de 4 mois. L’annee Psychologique, 2003, 103, pp.33-50.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Paterson Sarah, Karmiloff-Smith A. Early word segmentation by infants and toddlers with Williams syndrome. Infancy, 2003, 4, pp.251-271. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Bertoncini Josiane. Before and after the vocabulary spurt: Two modes of word acquisition?. Developmental Science, 2003, 6, pp.136-142. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Gopnik Alison. Sorting and acting with objects in early childhood: An exploration of the use of causal cues. Cognitive Development, 2003, 18, pp.299-317. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Ramus Franck. Perception and acquisition of linguistic rhythm by infants. Speech Communication, 2003, 41, pp.233-243. (PDF)
  • Sprenger-Charolles Liliane Siegel Linda S, Béchennec Danielle, Serniclaes Willy. Development of phonological and orthographic processing in reading aloud, in silent reading, and in spelling: A four-year longitudinal study. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2003, 84, pp.194-217. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes Willy, Sprenger-Charolles Liliane. Categorical perception of speech sounds and dyslexia. Current Psychology Letters: Behaviour, Brain and Cognition, 2003, No 10, pp.No Pagination Specified.
  • Serniclaes W. Méthodes d’évaluation des performances de l’Implant Cochléaire. 2002.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Karmiloff-Smith A. Early categorization abilities in young children with Williams syndrome. Neuroreport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 2002, 13, pp.1259-1262. (PDF)
  • Streri Arlette. Self-knowledge in infants / La connaissance de soi chez le bebe. Intellectica, 2002, No, pp.125-141.
  • Gentaz E, Streri A. Infants’ Haptic Discrimination of Spatial Orientations. Current Psychology Letters: Behaviour, Brain and Cognition, 2002, No, pp.61-71.
  • Streri Arlette. Hand preference in 4-month-old infants: Global or local processing of objects in the haptic mode. Current Psychology Letters: Behaviour, Brain and Cognition, 2002, No, pp.39-50.
  • Rämä P, Sala JB, Gillen JS, Pekar JJ, Courtney SM. Dissociation of the neural systems for working memory maintenance of verbal and nonspatial visual information. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 2001, 1, pp.161-171. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Martinkauppi S, Linnankoski I, Koivisto J, Aronen HJ, Carlson S. Working memory processing of emotional vocal expressions: an fMRI study. NeuroImage, 2001, 13, pp.1090-1101. (PDF)
  • Sprenger-Charolles L, Lacert P, Béchennec D, Colé P, Serniclaes W. Stabilité dans le temps et inter-langues des sous-types de dyslexie développementale. A.N.A.E. Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages chez l’Enfant, 2001, 62-63, pp.115-128.
  • Serniclaes Willy, Sprenger-Charolles Liliane, Carré René, Démonet Jean Francois. Perceptual discrimination of speech sounds in developmental dyslexia. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research., 2001, 44, pp.384-399. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Gopnik Alison. Linguistic and cognitive abilities in infancy: When does language become a tool for categorization?. Cognition, 2001, 80, pp.B22-B20. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Paavilainen L, Anourova I, Alho K, Reinikainen K, Sipila S, Carlson S. Modulation of slow brain potentials by working memory load in spatial and nonspatial auditory tasks. Neuropsychologia, 2000, 38, pp.913-922. (PDF)
  • Martinkauppi S, Rämä P, Aronen HJ, Korvenoja A, Carlson S. Working memory of auditory localization. Cerebral Cortex, 2000, 10, pp.889-898. (PDF)
  • Streri A. Pour une certaine unité des sens à la naissance: une approche psychologique. Devenir, 2000, 12, pp.59-80.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Kemler-Nelson, D G, Jusczyk Peter W, Jusczyk Ann Marie. Six-month-olds’ detection of clauses embedded in continuous speech: Effects of prosodic well-formedness. Infancy, 2000, 1, pp.123-147. (PDF)
  • Sprenger-Charolles Liliane, Colé Pascale, Lacert Philippe, Serniclaes Willy. On subtypes of developmental dyslexia: Evidence from processing time and accuracy scores. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2000, 54, pp.87-104. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Gopnik Alison. A shift in children’s use of perceptual and causal cues to categorization. Developmental Science, 2000, 3, pp.389-396. (PDF)
  • Floccia Caroline, Nazzi Thierry, Bertoncini Josiane. Unfamiliar voice discrimination for short stimuli in newborns. Developmental Science, 2000, 3, pp.333-343. (PDF)
  • Streri Arlette, Lhote Myriam, Dutilleul Sophie. Haptic perception in newborns. Developmental Science, 2000, 3, pp.319-327.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Jusczyk Peter W, Johnson Elizabeth K. Language discrimination by English-learning 5-month-olds: Effects of rhythm and familiarity. Journal of Memory and Language, 2000, 43, pp.1-19. (PDF)
  • Vuontela V, Rämä P, Raninen A, Aronen HJ, Carlson S. Selective interference reveals dissociation between memory for location and colour. NeuroReport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 1999, 10, pp.2235-2240. (PDF)
  • Anourova I, Rämä P, Alho K, Koivusalo S, Kalmari J, Carlson S. Selective interference reveals dissociation between auditory memory for location and pitch. NeuroReport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 1999, 10, pp.3543-3547.
  • Sprenger-Charolles Liliane, Colé Pascale, Serniclaes Willy. Déficits phonologiques et métaphonologiques chez des dyslexiques phonologiques et de surface. Rééducation Orthophonique, 1999, 197, pp.25-51.
  • Carlson S, Martinkauppi S, Rämä P, Salli E, Korvenoja A, Aronen HJ. Distribution of cortical activation during visuospatial n-back tasks as revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging. Cerebral Cortex, 1998, 8, pp.743-752. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes W, Ouayoun M, De Guchteneere R, Secqueville Th, Bachelot G, Génin J, Meyer B, Chouard CH. Objective assessment of multichannel cochlear implants: Comparison between different strategies for vowel recognition. Acustica, 1998, 84, pp.918-928.
  • Lhote Myriam, Streri Arlette. Haptic memory and handedness in 2-month-old infants. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 1998, 3, pp.173-192.
  • Nazzi Thierry, Bertoncini Josiane, Mehler Jacques. Language discrimination by newborns: Toward an understanding of the role of rhythm. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1998, 24, pp.756-766. (PDF)
  • Nazzi Thierry, Floccia Caroline, Bertoncini Josiane. Discrimination of pitch contours by neonates. Infant Behavior and Development, 1998, 21, pp.779-784. (PDF)
  • Carlson S, Rämä P, Artchakov D, Linnankoski I. Effects of music and white noise on working memory performance in monkeys. Neuroreport, 1997, 8, pp.2853-2856.
  • Rämä P, Linnankoski I, Carlson S. The effects of alpha-2 agonist, medetomidine and its antagonist, atipamezole on reaction and movement times in a visual choice reaction time task in monkeys. Brain Research Bulletin, 1997, 44, pp.171-175. (PDF)
  • Carlson S, Rämä P, Tanila H, Linnankoski I, Mansikka H. Dissociation of mnemonic coding and other functional neuronal processing in the monkey prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 1997, 77, pp.761-774. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Kesseli K, Reinikainen K, Kekoni J, Hämäläinen H, Carlson S. Visuospatial mnemonic load modulates event-related slow potentials. Neuroreport: An International Journal for the Rapid Communication of Research in Neuroscience, 1997, 8, pp.871-876.
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Biardeau A, Grainger J. Masked orthographic priming in bilingual word recognition. Memory and Cognition, 1997, Vol 25(4), pp.447-457.
  • Demeurisse G, Hublet C, Paternot J, Colson C, Serniclaes W. Pathogenesis of subcortical visuo-spatial neglect. A HMPAO SPECT study. Neuropsychologia, 1997, 35, pp.731-5.
  • Tanila H, Rämä P, Carlson S. The effects of prefrontal intracortical microinjections of an alpha-2 agonist, alpha-2 antagonist and lidocaine on the delayed alternation performance of aged rats. Brain Research Bulletin, 1996, 40, pp.117-119. (PDF)
  • Rämä P, Linnankoski I, Tanila H, Pertovaara A, Carlson S. Medetomidine, atipamezole, and guanfacine in delayed response performance of aged monkeys. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 1996, 55, pp.415-422. (PDF)
  • Streri A, Gouarir S. Handedness: left/right differences in object holding and lotor skills in 6-month-old infants. Current Psychology of Cognition, 1996, 15, pp.209-230.
  • Serniclaes Willy, De Guchteneere R, Secqueville T, Bachelot G, Genin J, Meyer B, Chouard C H. Objective evaluation of vowel identification with the Digisonic cochlear implant. Audiology, 1996, 35, pp.23-36.
  • Hietanen JK, Rämä P. Facilitation and interference occur at different stages of processing in the Simon paradigm. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 1995, 7, pp.183-199.
  • Rämä P, Carlson S, Kekoni J, Hämäläinen H. A spatial oculomotor memory-task performance produces a task-related slow shift in human electroencephalography. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 1995, 94, pp.371-380. (PDF)
  • Treiman R, MullennixJ, Bijeljac-Babic R, Richmond-Welty ED. The special role of rimes in the description use and acquisition of English orthography. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1995, 124, pp.107-136..
  • Segond H, Streri A. Mieux percevoir la forme des objets à deux mois: main droite ou main gauche?. Enfance, 1995, 2, pp.155-164.
  • Bertoncini Josiane, Floccia Caroline, Nazzi Thierry, Mehler Jacques. Morae and syllables: Rhythmical basis of speech representations in neonates. Language and Speech, 1995, 38, pp.311-329.
  • Streri Arlette. Perceptual-motor and sensorimotor development / Developpement perceptif moteur et sensori-moteur. Psychologie Francaise, 1994, 39, pp.23-28.
  • Streri Arlette, Molina Michele. Visual-tactual and tactual-visual transfer between objects and pictures in 2-month-old infants. Perception, 1993, 22, pp.1299-1318.
  • Bijeljac-Babic Ranka, Bertoncini Josiane, Mehler Jacques. How do 4-day-old infants categorize multisyllabic utterances?. Developmental Psychology, 1993, 29, pp.711-721.
  • Streri Arlette, Molina Michele, Milhet Sylvie. What information is transferred between vision and touch in infants? Studies on shape and weight / Quelles informations sont reellement transferees entre la vision et le toucher chez le bebe? L’exemple de la forme et du poids. Psychologie Francaise, 1993, 38, pp.53-62.
  • Streri Arlette, Spelke Elizabeth, Rameix E. Modality-specific and amodal aspects of object perception in infancy: The case of active touch. Cognition, 1993, 47, pp.251-279.
  • Carlson S, Tanila H, Rämä P, Mecke E, Pertovaara A. Effect of medetomidine, an alpha-2 adrenoceptor agonist and atipamezole, an alpha-2 antagonist on spatial memory performance in adult and aged rats. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1992, 58, pp.113-119.
  • Streri Arlette. Space and inter-modality relations / L’espace et les relations inter-modalites. L’annee Psychologique, 1991, 91, pp.87-102.
  • Pineau Arlette, Streri Arlette. Intermodal transfer of spatial arrangement of the component parts of an object in infants aged 4-5 months. Perception, 1990, 19, pp.795-804.
  • Jusczyk Peter W, Bertoncini Josiane, Bijeljac-Babic Ranka, Kennedy Lori J. The role of attention in speech perception by young infants. Cognitive Development, 1990, 5, pp.265-286.
  • Bertoncini J, Morais J, Bijeljac-Babic R, McAdams S, Peretz I, Mehler J. Dichotic perception and laterality in neonates. Brain Lang, 1989.
  • Saerens Marco, Serniclaes Willy, Beeckmans Renaud. Acoustic versus contextual factors in stop voicing perception in spontaneous French. Language and Speech, 1989, 32, pp.291-314.
  • Streri Arlette, Spelke Elizabeth S. Effects of motion and figural goodness on haptic object perception in infancy. Child Development, 1989, 60, pp.1111-1125.
  • Streri Arlette, Milhet Sylvie. Intermodal transfer in object’s shape between vision and touch in 2-month-old infants / Equivalences intermodales de la forme des objets entre la vision et le toucher chez les bebes de 2 mois. L’annee Psychologique, 1988, 88, pp.329-341.
  • Bertoncini Josiane, Bijeljac-Babic Ranka, Jusczyk Peter W, Kennedy Lori J. An investigation of young infants’ perceptual representations of speech sounds. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1988, 117, pp.21-33.
  • Streri Arlette, Spelke Elizabeth S. Haptic perception of objects in infancy. Cognitive Psychology, 1988, 20, pp.1-23.
  • Streri Arlette. Tactile discrimination of shape and intermodal transfer in 2- to 3-month-old infants. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 1987, 5, pp.213-220.
  • Bertoncini J, Bijeljac-Babic R, Blumstein SE, Mehler J. Discrimination in neonates of very short CVs. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1987, 82, pp.31-37.
  • Lecuyer R, Streri A. Information intake during habituation in infants: Links between visual and tactual habituation. Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive/Current Psychology of Cognition, 1986, 6, pp.565-574.
  • Streri Arlette, Pecheux Marie Germaine. Vision-to-touch and touch-to-vision transfer of form in 5-month-old infants. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 1986, 4, pp.161-167.
  • Streri Arlette, Pecheux Marie Germaine. Tactual habituation and discrimination of form in infancy: A comparison with vision. Child Development, 1986, 57, pp.100-104.
  • Pecheux M- G, Streri A. The space of objects: Introduction / L’espace des objets: Introduction. Psychologie Francaise, 1986, 31, pp.61-65.
  • Pineau A, Streri A. Study of the invariance of a spatial relationship with 4 to 9 month-old infants: To be between 2 objects / Etude de l’invariance d’une relation spatiale chez les bebes de 4 a 9 mois: etre entre deux objets. L’annee Psychologique, 1985, 85, pp.489-502.
  • Serniclaes W, D’Alimonte G, Alegria J. Production and perception of French stops by moderately deaf subjects. Speech Communication, 1984, 3, pp.185-198.
  • Perier O, Alegria J, Buyse M, D’Alimonte G, Gilson D, Serniclaes W. Consequences of auditory deprivation in animals and humans. Acta Otolaryngol Suppl, 1984, 411, pp.60-70.
  • Camus J F, Gerard C, Streri A. Role of knowledge of results in the verification of a geometry puzzle / Role de la connaissance de resultats dans le controle de la resolution d’un puzzle geometrique. Bulletin de Psychologie, 1982, 35, pp.325-331.
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Hiriateborde E, Kohen-Raz R. Note sur les relations entre ataxiometrie, statokinesimetrie et instabilite. Enfance, 1981, 3, pp.187-194.
  • Maury L, Streri A. Search of an object: Modifications of spatial references in the 8 to 14 month old infant / Recherche de l’objet: Modifications des references spatiales chez le bebe de 8 a 14 mois. L’annee Psychologique, 1981, 81, pp.51-67.
  • Streri A. Language, thought and reference / Langage, pensee et reference. Psychologie Francaise, 1981, 26, pp.289-297.
  • Streri A. A genetic study of the production of utterances with "to want" and "to say" obtained from a picture. L’annee Psychologique, 1979, 79, pp.347-361.

Books

  • Bijeljac-Babic R. L\\’Enfant bilingue: De la petite enfance à l\\’école. Odile Jacob, , pp.1762017.
  • Streri A. Ce nouveau-né qui est en nous. Hermann Editeur, , pp.1802017.
  • Chokron S, Streri A. Que voient les nourrissons?. le Pommier, 2012.
  • Sprenger-Charolles Liliane, Colé Pascale, Serniclaes Willy. Reading acquisition and developmental dyslexia (Essays in developmental psychology). Psychology Press. Psychology Press (Taylor, Francis), , pp.2472006.
  • Hatwell Y, Streri A, Gentaz E. Touching for knowing. Cognitive psychology of tactile manual perception. Johns Benjamins Publishing Compagny, 2003.
  • Serniclaes W. Méthodes d’évaluation des performances de l’Implant Cochléaire - Methods for the assessment of Cochlear Implant performances. ILVP –ULB, , pp.2042002.
  • Lécuyer R, Streri A. Actualités de la recherche sur le nourrisson. CNRS et Centre National du Livre, 2002.
  • Hatwell Y, Streri A, Gentaz E. Toucher pour connaître. Psychologie cognitive de la perception tactile manuelle. P.U.F., 2000.
  • Lécuyer R, Pêcheux MG, Streri A. Développement cognitif du nourrisson. Nathan, , pp.2561999.
  • Bijeljac-Babic R, Breton R. Du langage aux langues. Gallimard, 1997.
  • Streri Arlette. Seeing, reaching, touching: The relations between vision and touch in infancy. The, 1993.
  • Streri A. Voir, Atteindre, Toucher: les relations entre la vision et le toucher chez le bébé. P.U.F, 1991.
  • Streri A. Etude génétique des productions d’énoncés avec "vouloir" et "dire". 1979.

Chapters

  • Streri A. Touch. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development, Marc H Bornstein - Sage Publication, 2018.
  • Erica Wojcik, Irene de la Cruz-Pavía, Janet F Werker. Language Acquisition. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology, Oxford University Press - Oxford University Press, 2017.
  • Judit Gervain. Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, James D Wright - Oxford, 2015.
  • de Hevia MD. Link between numbers and spatial extent from birth to adulthood. Continuous issues in numerical cognition: How many or how much., Avishai Henik - Elsevier, 2015.
  • Serniclaes W, Sprenger-Charolles L. Reading impairment: from behavior to brain. Handbook of Communication Disorders, R. Bahr and E. Silliman - Routledge, pp.34-45, 2015.
  • Abboub N, Bijeljac-Babic R, Serres J, Nazzi T. Processing of Lexical Stress at the Phonological Level in French Monolinguals and Bilinguals at 10 Months. BUCLD 38 Proceedings, pp.1-11, 2014.
  • Gervain J. Developmental Science and the Nature-Nurture Issue: The Case of Language. Naturalistic Approaches to Culture., P. Richerson G Csibra, Cs. Pléh - 2014.
  • You R, Chabane N, Rider D, , Serniclaes W. Perception de la parole chez les enfants du spectre autistique. La voix et la parole perturbées. Travaux en Phonétique Clinique, R., Sock B, Vaxelaire C, Fauth - CIPA, Collection « Recherches en Parole » (RPA), pp.103-116, 2014.
  • Nerbonne J, van Ommen S, Gooskens CG, Wieling M. Measuring socially motivated pronunciation differences. Approaches to measuring linguistic differences, Boring L, Saxena A - Mouton de Gruyter, 2013.
  • Nerbonne J, van Ommen S, Gooskens CG, Impe L. A corpus of regional Dutch speech. Phonetics in Europe. Perception and Production, Gooskens CG, van Bezooijen R - Peter Lang, 2013.
  • Gervain J. Szerkezet és agy a nyelvfejlődés legkorábbi szakaszaiban [Structure and the brain in early language development]. Általános Nyelvészeti Tanulmányok [Studies in General Linguistics], Pléh, Cs. - 2013.
  • Gervain J. Early rule learning ability and language acquisition. Recursion and Language, Lowenthal F, ,Lefebvre F - Springer, pp.89-99, 2013.
  • Werker J, Gervain J. Speech Perception and Phonological Development. The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology, Zelazo PD. - Oxford University Press, pp.909-925, 2013.
  • Miyazaki M, Hidaka S, Imai M, Yeung H H, Kantartzis K, Okada H, , Sotaro K. The facilitatory role of sound symbolism in infant word learning. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Knauff M, Pauen M, Sebanz N, ,Wachsmuth I - Cognitive Science Society, pp.3080-3085, 2013.
  • Yeung HH, Nazzi T. Ostensive and referential object labeling helps infants learn generalizable sound patterns. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, S. Baiz N Goldman, ,R. Hawkes - Cascadilla Press, pp.469-481, 2013. (PDF)
  • Navarra J, Yeung HH, Werker JF, , Soto-Faraco S. Multisensory interactions in speech perception. The New Handbook of Multisensory Processing, B. E. Stein - MIT Press, pp.435-452, 2012. (PDF)
  • Shukla M, Gervain J, Mehler J, Nespor M. Linguistic Constraints on Statistical Learning in Early Language Acquisition. Statistical Learning and Language Acquisition, Rebuschat P, Williams J - Mouton de Gruyter, 2012.
  • Legendre G, Culbertson J, Barrière I, Nazzi T, , Goyet L. Experimental and empirical evidence for the status and acquisition of subject clitics and agreement marking in adult and child Spoken French. Movement and Clitics, V. Torrens L Escobar A Gavarro and J.G. Mangado - Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.
  • Goyet L, Millotte S, Christophe A, , Nazzi T. Processing continuous speech in infancy: From major prosodic units to isolated word forms. Oxford Handbook of Developmental Linguistics, J. Lidz J Pater and W. Snyder - Oxford University Press, 2012.
  • Gonzalez-Gomez N, , Nazzi T. Phonological Feature Constraints on the Acquisition of Phonological Dependencies. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press, 2012.
  • Streri A, Gentaz E. Intermanual and intermodal transfer in human newborns: Neonatal behavioral evidence and neurocognitive approach. Neuroimaging - cognitive and clinical neuroscience, Peter Bright, pp.319-332, 2012.
  • Streri A. Cross-modal interactions in the human newborn: New answers to Molyneux’ s question. Multisensory Development, A. Bremner D Lewkowicz, ,C. Spence - Oxford University Press, pp.88-112, 2012.
  • Nazzi T, Gonzalez-Gomez N. Sensitivity to non-adjacent phonological dependencies in 10-month-old infants. Proceedings of ICPhS XVII, pp.1454-1457, 2011.
  • Legendre G, Barrière I, Goyet L, , Nazzi T. On the Acquisition of Implicated Presuppositions: Evidence from French Personal Pronouns. Selected Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (GALANA 2010), Mihaela Pirvulescu, et al. - Cascadilla Proceedings Project, pp.150-162, 2011.
  • Barrière I, Goyet L, Nazzi T, Kresh S, , Legendre G. The representation of subject-verb agreement in French-learning toddlers: New evidence from the comprehension of an infrequent pattern of pseudoverbs. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press, pp.38-48, 2011.
  • Molavi B, Gervain J, , Dumont G A. Estimating cortical connectivity in functional near infrared spectroscopy using multivariate autoregressive modeling. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, pp.2334-2337, 2011.
  • Bouton S, Bertoncini J, Leuwers C, Serniclaes W, Colé P. Apprentissage de la lecture et développement des habiletés associées à la réussite en lecture chez les enfants munis d’un implant cochléaire : Apport de la langue française parlée complétée. Langue française parlée complétée (LPC) : Fondements et perspectives, J. Leybaert - Solal, pp.163-187, 2011.
  • Serniclaes W. Features are phonological transforms of natural boundaries. Cognitive, physical and developmental bases of distinctive speech categories, G.N. Clements and R. Ridouane - John Benjamins, pp.237-257, 2011.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Dehaene S, Hinchey D, , Spelke ES. Geometry as a universal mental construction. Attention and Performance, pp.319-332, 2011. (PDF)
  • Song L, Nazzi T, Moukawane S, Golinkoff RM, Stahl A, Ma W, Hirsh-Pasek K, , Connell M. Sleepy vs. sleeping: Preeschoolers’ sensitivity to morphological cues for adjectives and verbs in English and French. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press, pp.409-420, 2010.
  • Legendre G, Goyet L, Barrière I, Kresh S, , Nazzi T. Sensitivity to irregular French subject-verb agreement at 18 months: Evidence from the Head Turn Preference procedure. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press, pp.257-268, 2010.
  • Barrière I, Legendre G, Nazzi T, Goyet L, , Kresh S. L’acquisition de l’accord sujet-verbe par les jeunes francophones natifs entre 14 et 30 mois : préférence, compréhension et environnement linguistique. Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress of French Linguistics, Neveu F., Muni Toke V., Durand J., Klingler T., Mo - pp.1429-1443, 2010.
  • Bertoncini J, Cabrera L, , Lorenzi C. Discimination of voicing on the basis of temporal envelope cues in 6-month old infants. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, POMA 9, 060004., 2010. (PDF)
  • Streri A. Des spécificités sensorielles à leurs interactions pour une perception unifiée du monde. De l’une à l’autre: composer, apprendre et partager en mouvements, ouvrage collectif - Editions Bruxelles, pp.40-51, 2010.
  • Gervain Judit. A statisztikai tanulás és a szabálytanulás idegi alapjai [The neural correlates of statistical learning and rule extraction]. Kognitív Idegtudomány [Cognitive Neuroscience], Pléh, Cs., Gy. Kovács B Gulyás - Osiris, 2010.
  • Streri A. La sensorialité du nouveau-né. L’encyclopédie de la naissance, R. Frydman M Szejer - Albin Michel, pp.1064-1072, 2010.
  • Højen A, , Nazzi T. Detailed vocalic information in Danish 20-month-olds’ novel words. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Speech and Language, pp.121-125, 2009.
  • Izard V. Le bébé et les nombres (Infants are numerate). Annales de la Fondation Fyssen, 2009. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes W, , Geng C. Cross-linguistic trends in the perception of place of articulation in stop consonants: A comparison between Hungarian and French. Approaches to phonological complexity, Pellegrino F, Marsico E, Chitoran I ,Coupé C - Mouton de Gruyter, pp.241-266, 2009.
  • Streri A. Haptic abilities in infancy and their relation to vision: A review. Cognitive Psychology Research Developments, Stella P Weingarten and Helena O. Penat - Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2009.
  • Hoonhorst I, Colin C, Markessis E, Radeau M, Deltenre P, , Serniclaes W. N100 component: an electrophysiological cue of voicing perception. Some aspects of speech in the brain., S. Fuchs H Loevenbruck, D. Pape ,P.Perrier - Bern: Perter Lang Verlagsgruppe., 2009.
  • Mehler J, Gervain J, Endress A D, Shukla M. Mechanisms of language acquisition: imaging and behavioral evidence. Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Nelson CA., Luciana M - MITPress, 2008.
  • Mehler Jacques, Endress Ansgar, Gervain Judit, Nespor Marina. From perception to grammar. Early language development: Bridging brain and behaviour., Friederici, Angela D. ,Thierry, Guillaume - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.191-213, 2008.
  • Sprenger-Charolles L, Serniclaes W. Une nouvelle explication des déficits phonologiques dans la dyslexie: Données comportementales et de neuroimagerie. La cognition réparée? Perturbations et récupérations des fonctions cognitives, G.Chapoutier, ,R.Jouvent - Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme, pp.43-70, 2008.
  • Nazzi T, Iakimova G, Bertoncini J, Mottet S, Serres J, de Schonen S. Behavioral and electrophysiological exploration of early word segmentation in French : Distinguishing the syllabic and lexical levels. Early Language Development, Trends in Language Acquisition Research, A. D.Friederici, ,G. Thierry - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.65-90, 2008.
  • Dehaene S, Izard V, Lemer C, , Pica P. Quels sont les liens entre arithmétique et langage? Une étude en Amazonie. Cahier Chomsky, Bricmont J, ,Franck JJ. - Cahier de l’Herne, pp.188-196, 2007. (PDF)
  • Serniclaes W, Medina V, Schepers F, , Simon P. Le développement de la communication parlée avec Implant Cochléaire. Surdité et langage : Prothèses, LPC et Implant Cochléaire, J. Lopez-Krahé - Presses Universitaires de Vincennes, pp.69-98, 2007.
  • Legendre G, Nazzi T, Barrière I, Culbertson J, Lopez-Gonzalez M, Goyet L, , Zaroukian E. Acquiring Subject-verb Agreement in French: Evidence for Abstract Knowledge from Comprehension. 31st Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, pp.370-381, 2007.
  • de Hevia MD, Vallar G, , Girelli L. Visuo-spatial components of numerical representation. Imagery and Spatial Cognition: Methods, Models and Cognitive Assessment, T. Vecchi and G. Bottini - John Benjamins, pp.155-171, 2006.
  • Streri A. Développement de la représentation des objets. Psychologie Cognitive : approches développementale et différentielle, J. Lautrey - P.U.F., pp.138-163, 2006.
  • Streri A. Touch in infancy: the development of haptic abilities in very young infants. Psychological Science around the world, Qicheng Jing, Hang Zhang, Kan Zhang - pp.471-486, 2006.
  • Streri A, , Mellier D. L’intelligence dès la naissance. L’intelligence de l’enfant, M. Fournier R Lécuyer - Sciences Humaines Editions, pp.73-88, 2006.
  • Nazzi T, , Houston D M. Finding verb forms within the continuous speech stream. Action meets words: How children learn verbs, K. Hirsh-Pasek, ,R. Michnick-Golinkoff - Oxford University Press, pp.64-87, 2006.
  • Leybaert J, Schepers J, Renglet T, Simon P, Serniclaes W, Deltenre P, Marquet T, Mansbach A-L, Périer O, , Ligny C. Effet de l’implant cochléaire sur le développement du langage et l’architecture cognitive de l’enfant sourd profond. L’acquisition du langage par l’enfant sourd : les signes, l’oral et l’écrit., C. Transler, J. Leybaert, ,J.-E. Gombert - Solal, pp.175-196, 2004.
  • Bertoncini J, Nazzi T. Développement précoce de la perception de la parole. Le développement du nourrisson, R. Lécuyer - Dunod, 2004.
  • Fagard J, Streri A. Origine de la latéralité manuelle. Droitiers/Gauchers : des asymétries dans tous les sens, J. Fagard - Solal, pp.49-70, 2004.
  • Wydoodt P, Gentaz E, Gaunet F, Chêne D, Streri A. Haptic estimation of spatial location in virtual and real path completion task: contribution of proprioceptive and cutaneous information on the path effect. Touch, Blindness and neuroscience, M. Heller S Ballesteros - pp.351-361, 2004.
  • Streri A. Quelques réflexions sur les performances néonatales. Traité de Psychologie du nourrisson, R. Lécuyer - Dunod, pp.139-158, 2004.
  • Fagard J, Streri A. Développement des asymétries chez le bébé. Droitiers/Gauchers: des asymétries dans tous les sens., J. Fagard - Solal, pp.49-70, 2004.
  • Sprenger-Charolles L, , Serniclaes W. Comment expliquer une évolution: l’exemple de l’apprentissage de la lecture. Actes de la Journée du LEAPLE: Qu’est ce qu’analyser une évolution?, LEAPLE, pp.75-100, 2004.
  • Sprenger-Charolles L, , Serniclaes W. Nature et origine des déficits dans la dyslexie développementale: l’hypothèse phonologique. Apprentissage de la lecture et dyslexies Développementales, S.Valdois PColé, ,D. David, - Solal (Collection Neuropsychologie), pp.113-146, 2004.
  • Gopnik Alison, Nazzi Thierry. Words, kinds, and causal powers: A theory perspective on early naming and categorization. Early category and concept development: Making sense of the blooming, buzzing confusion, D.H.Rakison, ,L.M. Oakes - Oxford University Press, pp.303-329, 2003.
  • Streri A. L’intermodalité. Une introduction à la psychologie des perceptions. Perception et réalité, A. Delorme M Flückiger - Gaëtan Morin, pp.197-221, 2003.
  • Hatwell Yvette, Streri Arlette, Gentaz Edouard. Touching for knowing: Cognitive psychology of haptic manual perception. -, - - John Benjamins Publishing Company, 320 p, 2003.
  • Streri Arlette. Intermodal relations in infancy. Touching for knowing: Cognitive psychology of haptic manual perception, Hatwell, YvetteStreri, ArletteGentaz, Edouard - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.191-206, 2003.
  • Streri Arlette. Handedness and manual exploration. Touching for knowing: Cognitive psychology of haptic manual perception, Hatwell, YvetteStreri, ArletteGentaz, Edouard - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.83-102, 2003.
  • Streri Arlette. Manual exploration and haptic perception in infants. Touching for knowing: Cognitive psychology of haptic manual perception, Hatwell, YvetteStreri, ArletteGentaz, Edouard - John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.51-66, 2003.
  • Serniclaes W. La perception de la parole. La parole, des modèles cognitifs aux machines communicantes, P. Escudier G Feng P Perrier J-L. Schwartz - Hermès, pp.159-190, 2000.
  • Carré R, Sprenger-Charolles L, Messaoud-Galusi S, , Serniclaes W. On auditory-phonetic short-term transformation. International Congres of Speech and Language (ICSLP), ICSLP, pp.937-940, 2000.
  • Barbe V, Bijeljac-Babic R, Tourrette C. Analyse quantitative et qualitative du lexique de l’enfant entre deux niveaux de developpement (MLU2 et MLU3). Psychologie et differences individuelles., M. Huteau ,J. Lautrey - Presses Universitaires de Rennes, pp.265-266, 1999.
  • Streri A. Le développement des perceptions. Manuel de Psychologie de l’Enfant, J. A. Rondal E Esperet - Mardaga, pp.261-307, 1999.
  • Streri A. Paradigmes expérimentaux et méthodes d’étude du nourrisson. Les méthodes de recherches en psychologie, J.P. Rossi - Dunod, pp.63-125, 1999.
  • Mehler Jacques, Dupoux Emmanuel, Nazzi Thierry, Dehaene-Lambertz Ghislaine. Coping with linguistic diversity: The infant’s viewpoint. Signal to syntax: Bootstrapping from speech to grammar in early acquisition, J.L.Morgan, ,K. Demuth - Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc, pp.101-116, 1996.
  • Streri A. La connaissance des objets par les bébés. Développement et intégration des fonctions cognitives, Dunod, pp.307-331, 1994.
  • Lecuyer Roger, Streri Arlette. How should intelligence be characterized in the infant?. Early child development in the French tradition: Contributions from current research, Vyt, AndreBloch, HenrietteBornstein, Marc H. - Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc, pp.75-90, 1994.
  • Streri Arlette, Molina Michele. Constraints on intermodal transfer between touch and vision in infancy. The development of intersensory perception: Comparative perspectives, Lewkowicz, David J.Lickliter, Robert - Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc, pp.285-307, 1994.
  • Streri A. Percevoir. L’homme cognitif, A. Weil-Barais D Dubois P Lecocq JL. Pedinielli - P.U.F., pp.90-193, 1993.
  • Streri A. A-modalité/Intermodalité: quelle réalité?. Les comportements du bébé: expression de son savoir?, V. Pouthas F Jouen - Passon, pp.169-181, 1993.
  • Serniclaes Willy, Wajskop Max. Phonetic versus acoustic account of feature interaction in speech perception. Analytic approaches to human cognition, Alegria, JesusHolender, DanielJunca de Morais, J - North-Holland, pp.77-91, 1992.
  • Streri A. Relation between vision and touch: perception and motor activity. Sensory-motor organization and development in infancy and early childhood, H Bloch and B Berthental - NATO, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp.337-344-1990.
  • Bertoncini J, Bijeljac-Babic R. La perception de la parole chez le jeune enfant, la découverte des unités linguistiques. Progrès en Néonatologie, J.P. Relier - Karger, pp.174-181, 1990.
  • streri, A. La relation entre toucher et vision avant 5 mois. Bulletin du Groupement des Psychologues du Centre Ouest, Psychologues du Centre Ouest - Ceres, pp.92-94, 1984.

Thesis

  • Sandrien van Ommen. Listen to the beat, A cross-linguistic perspective on the use of stress in segmentation. Utrecht University, 2016.
  • Serniclaes W. Etude expérimentale de la perception du trait de voisement des occlusives du français. Université Libre de Bruxelles, 1987. (PDF)

Newspaper article

  • Pica P, Izard V, Dehaene S, Spelke ES. Mundurucu terms with arithmetical, geometrical and spatial content. 2011.

Speech communications

  • Le Meur O, Coutrot A, Liu Z, Rämä P, Le Roch A, Helo A. Your gaze betrays your age. EUSIPCO, 2017, Kos, Greece. (PDF)
  • Mélanie BRUN, Lucie MARTIN, Brent STRICKLAND, Julien MARIE, Kristenn LE SAINT, Véronique IZARD. Does topology help object individuation?. Budapest CEU Conference for Cognitive Development, 2017, Budapest.
  • Lucie MARTIN, Aurélie COUBART, Arlette STRERI, Véronique IZARD. Bridging small and large numerosities: the case of newborn infants. Budapest CEU Conference for Cognitive Development, 2017, Budapest.
  • Potier-Watkins C, Viarouge A, Martin L, Brun M, Huet V, Gautreau A, Izard V. Board Games for Number Understanding. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2016, Budapest.
  • Dillon M, Izard V, Spelke E S. Infants\’ sensitivity to shape changes. Cognitive Development Society, 2015, Columbus, OH.
  • Viarouge A, Izard V. In which box does this number go? Breaking down the number categorization task. DUCOG, 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • Strickland B, Wertz A, Labouret G, Keil F, Izard V. The principles of object continuity and solidity in adult vision: Some discrepancies in performance. Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 2015, St. Pete Beach, Florida.
  • Marie J, Martin L, Coubart A, de Hevia MD, Streri A, Izard V. Newborn infants detect correspondences in the numerical structure of visual vs. auditory sets. SRCD, 2015, Philadelphia, PA, USA. (PDF)
  • Viarouge A, Potier-Watkins C, Izard V. The role of symbolic number representation in developing a full understanding of the successor function. SRCD, 2015.
  • Bulf H, Gariboldi V, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Left-to-right orientation facilitates learning of abstract rules in 7-month-old infants. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2015, Hungary.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Gariboldi V, Bulf H, de Hevia MD, McCrink K. Operational momentum during the representation of ordinal relations in 4- and 12-month-old infants. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2015, Hungary.
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Small on the left, large on the right: Evidence for a Posner-SNARC effect in preverbal infants. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2015, Hungary.
  • Viarouge A, Izard V. Towards a full understanding of the structure of integers: the successor function in early school years. BCCCD, 2014, Budapest.
  • Gariboldi V, Bulf H, de Hevia MD, McCrink K, Macchi-Cassia V. Operational momentum during the representation of ordinal relations in 4- and 12-month-old infants. Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, 2014, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy..
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Magnitude information and oriented spatial codes in human infants. Sympoisum on the Embodiment of abstract concepts: what’s special about space?, 2014, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy.
  • Bulf H, Macchi-Cassia V, de Hevia MD. Do numbers orient visual attention in infants? Evidence from an eye-tracking study. International Society for Infant Studies, 2014, Berlin, Germany.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Gariboldi V, Bulf H, McCrink K, de Hevia MD. Operational momentum during magnitude ordering in 12-month-old infants. International Society for Infant Studies, 2014, Berlin, Germany.
  • Marie J, Coubart A, de Hevia MD, Streri A, Izard V. Newborn infants detect correspondences in the numerical structure of visual vs. auditory sets. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, 2014, Hongrie.
  • You R S, Serniclaes W, Rider D, Chabane N. Audiovisual Speech Perception in Autism. the International Meeting for Autism Research, 2013, San Sebastián, Spain.
  • Addabbo M, Quirito, S, Gariboldi V, de Hevia MD, Girelli L. La discriminazione delle relazioni numeriche ordinali a 4 mesi di vita: nuove evidenze di un vantaggio per l’ordine crescente. XXVI Congresso nazionale della sezione di psicologia dello sviluppo e dell’educazione, 2013, Milan, Italy.
  • de Hevia MD, Marie, J, Coubart A, Streri A, Izard V. One-to-one correspondence cues for small sets enhance infants’ arithmetic abilities. Society for Research in Child Development, 2013, Seattle, USA.
  • de Hevia MD. What babies know about Space, Time, and Number. College de France, 2013, Paris, France.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. Not all continuous dimensions map equally: Number-Brightness mapping in infants. International Society for Infant Studies, 2012, Minneapolis, USA.
  • Izard V. The Perception of Angles in Preschoolers. Early Language Learning and Brain Development, 2012, Neurospin, Gif-sur-Yvette, France.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Dehaene S, Spelke ES. The Origins of Exact Numbers. Society for Anthropological Sciences, 2012, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Serniclaes W, Salinas J. Perception of place-of-articulation distinctions : common representation for vowels and consonants. ICPhS XVII (International Congress of Phonetic Sciences), 2011, Hong Kong. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Vanderslice M, Spelke ES. Cross-dimensional Mapping of Number, Length and Brightness by Preschool Children. Cognitive Development Society, 2011, Philadelphia, USA.
  • Coubart A, Izard V, Sann C, Spelke ES, Streri A. Dissociation between small and large numerosities in newborns. Cognitive Development Society Biennal Meeting, 2011, Philadelphia.
  • de Hevia MD. Constructing a Mental Number Line. Journée scientifique annuelle du GDR Neurosciences Cognitives du Développement, 2011, Paris.
  • You RS, Serniclaes W, Rider D, Savariaux C, Schwartz J-L, Chabane N. Perception auditive et visuelle de parole chez les enfants du spectre autistique. Quatrième Journée de Phonétique Clinique, 2011, Strasbourg, France. (PDF)
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Girelli L, de Hevia MD, Picozzi M. Four-Month-Old Infants' Detection of Order: An Advantage for Increasing Non-Numerical Sequences. Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, Montreal, Canada.
  • de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. Early precursors of a number line. Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, Montreal, Canada.
  • You RS, Serniclaes W, Rider D, Chabane N. Perception visuelle de parole chez les enfants du spectre autistique. International Conference AutismComSym 2011: Communicative and symbolic behaviors in children with autism: Functional specificities and conditions of appearance, 2011, Paris, France. (PDF)
  • de Hevia MD, Picozzi M, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. Left-to-right oriented number line: Infants’ use of space to represent number magnitude. International Society for Infant Studies, 2010, Baltimore, USA.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, de Hevia MD, Picozzi M, Rumi G, Perego V, Girelli L. Increasing magnitude counts more: evidence from 4-month-old infants’ detection of non-numerical ordinal sequences. British Psychological Association, Developmental Section Conference, 2010, London, UK.
  • Katz R, de Hevia MD, Izard V, Spelke ES. High Tones and High Places: Infants' mapping across tonal and spatial dimensions. International Conference on Infant Studies, 2010, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Izard V. Geometry: A Universal Mental Construction. 24th International Symposium on Attention and Performance, 2010, France.
  • Serniclaes W. Gunnar Fant’s contribution to speech perception: forcing the speech code. Congrés Français d’Acoustique, Lyon 2010, 2010.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. Are 4-Month-Olds Able to Discriminate Ordinal Sequences of Non-Numerical Quantities?. Society for Research in Child Development, 2009, Denver, USA.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. The Spatial-Numerical Link in Adults, Children, and Infants. Society for Research in Child Development, 2009, Denver, USA.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. Seven-month-old infants’ ability to detect ordinal numerical relationships within temporal and spatiotemporal sequences. Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, 2009, Trento, Italy.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. Are 4-month-olds able to discriminate non-numerical ordinal sequences?. Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, 2009, Trento, Italy.
  • Izard V, Sann C, Spelke ES, Streri A. Newborn Infants Represent Abstract Numbers. Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting (SRCD), 2009, Denver, Colorado.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Dehaene S, Spelke ES. Intuitions for Multiplication in Amazonian Adults and in U.S. Adults and Children. Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting (SRCD), 2009, Denver, Colorado.
  • Gentaz E, Izard V, Cheam C. Five year old children and adults spontaneously draw similar rectangles and triangles but not in the golden ratio. International Graphonomics Society, 2009, Dijon, France.
  • Izard V, Spelke ES. The Development of the Sensitivity to Geometry in Visual Forms. Cognitive Development Society Biennal Meeting (CDS), 2009, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Izard V. A universal developmental path in the construction of exact number concepts. Workshop on Cultural Effects on the Mental Number Line, 2009, University of York, UK.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. Connections between number and space in infancy. International Society for Infant Studies, 2008, Vancouver, Canada.
  • de Hevia MD. Links between representations of number and space in early childhood and infancy. Jacobs Foundation Conference, 2008, Marbach Castle, Germany.
  • Izard V, Pica P, Dehaene S, Spelke ES. A Universal Path in the Construction of Exact Number Concepts. Exciting Biologies: Biology of Cognition (Cell Press, the Massachusetts General Hospital, the Ipsen Foundation), 2008, Chantilly, France.
  • You RS, Serniclaes W. Perception des voyelles et dyslexie développementale. Actes des 27èmes Journée d’Etude sur la Parole JEP-TALN-RECITAL., 2008, Avignon. (PDF)
  • You R S, Serniclaes W. Categorical Perception: from consonants to vowels. X Congresso Nacional e IV Internacional de Fonética e Fonologia, 2008, Brazil.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. The spatial representation of magnitude in children: Effects of number in the perception of a line. Society for Research in Child Development, 2007, Boston, USA.
  • Girelli L, Previtali P, de Hevia MD. Serial learning induces spatially-organized mental representation. Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), 2007, Marseille, France.
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