Parents calibrate speech to their children's vocabulary knowledge

Parents' linguistic alignment predicts children's language development

Pressure to communicate across knowledge asymmetries leads to pedagogically supportive language input

Children do not learn language from passive observation of the world, but from interaction with caregivers who want to communicate with them. These communicative exchanges are structured at multiple levels in ways that support support language …

Children gesture when speech is slow to come

From uh-oh to tomorrow: Predicting age of acquisition for early words across languages

Linguistic input is tuned to children's developmental level

Statistical word learning is a continuous process: Evidence from the human simulation paradigm

Online processing of speech and social Information in early word learning

Does statistical word learning scale? It's a matter of perspective

Mutual exclusivity and vocabulary structure