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Michael H. Goldstein
Michael H. Goldstein
Professor of Psychology, Cornell University
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Social interaction shapes babbling: Testing parallels between birdsong and speech
MH Goldstein, AP King, MJ West
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (13), 8030-8035, 2003
7872003
Social feedback to infants' babbling facilitates rapid phonological learning
MH Goldstein, JA Schwade
Psychological science 19 (5), 515-523, 2008
7132008
Mothers provide differential feedback to infants' prelinguistic sounds
J Gros-Louis, MJ West, MH Goldstein, AP King
International Journal of Behavioral Development 30 (6), 509-516, 2006
3682006
The value of vocalizing: Five‐month‐old infants associate their own noncry vocalizations with responses from caregivers
MH Goldstein, JA Schwade, MH Bornstein
Child development 80 (3), 636-644, 2009
3232009
General cognitive principles for learning structure in time and space
MH Goldstein, HR Waterfall, A Lotem, JY Halpern, JA Schwade, L Onnis, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 14 (6), 249-258, 2010
1532010
Learning while babbling: Prelinguistic object‐directed vocalizations indicate a readiness to learn
MH Goldstein, J Schwade, J Briesch, S Syal
Infancy 15 (4), 362-391, 2010
1302010
The social functions of babbling: acoustic and contextual characteristics that facilitate maternal responsiveness
RR Albert, JA Schwade, MH Goldstein
Developmental science 21 (5), e12641, 2018
962018
Overheard cell-phone conversations: When less speech is more distracting
LL Emberson, G Lupyan, MH Goldstein, MJ Spivey
Psychological science 21 (10), 1383-1388, 2010
922010
Consistent responses of human mothers to prelinguistic infants: the effect of prelinguistic repertoire size.
MH Goldstein, MJ West
Journal of Comparative Psychology 113 (1), 52, 1999
911999
Female social feedback reveals non-imitative mechanisms of vocal learning in zebra finches
S Carouso-Peck, MH Goldstein
Current Biology 29 (4), 631-636. e3, 2019
902019
From birds to words: Perception of structure in social interactions guides vocal development and language learning
MH Goldstein, JA Schwade
902009
The ecology of prelinguistic vocal learning: Parents simplify the structure of their speech in response to babbling
SL Elmlinger, JA Schwade, MH Goldstein
Journal of child language 46 (5), 998-1011, 2019
812019
Habituation, sensitization, and infants' responses to motherse speech
PS Kaplan, MH Goldstein, ER Huckeby, RP Cooper
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 1995
751995
Dishabituation of visual attention by infant-versus adult-directed speech: Effects of frequency modulation and spectral composition
PS Kaplan, MH Goldstein, ER Huckeby, MJ Owren, RP Cooper
Infant Behavior and Development 18 (2), 209-223, 1995
741995
Non‐vocal shaping of avian song development: Parallels to human speech development
AP King, MJ West, MH Goldstein
Ethology 111 (1), 101-117, 2005
732005
Juvenile zebra finches learn the underlying structural regularities of their fathers’ song
O Menyhart, O Kolodny, MH Goldstein, TJ DeVoogd, S Edelman
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 571, 2015
652015
The role of dyadic coordination in organizing visual attention in 5‐month‐old infants
GM Mason, F Kirkpatrick, JA Schwade, MH Goldstein
Infancy 24 (2), 162-186, 2019
392019
Comparing statistical learning across perceptual modalities in infancy: An investigation of underlying learning mechanism (s)
LL Emberson, JB Misyak, JA Schwade, MH Christiansen, MH Goldstein
Developmental science 22 (6), e12847, 2019
382019
Statistical-sequential learning in development
JB Misyak, MH Goldstein, MH Christiansen
Statistical learning and language acquisition, 13-54, 2012
322012
The role of multisensory development in early language learning
GM Mason, MH Goldstein, JA Schwade
Journal of experimental child psychology 183, 48-64, 2019
302019
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