Leher Singh
Leher Singh
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Infants' listening preferences: Baby talk or happy talk?
L Singh, JL Morgan, CT Best
Infancy 3 (3), 365-394, 2002
2722002
The moralization of cigarette smoking in the United States
P Rozin, L Singh
Journal of Consumer Psychology 8 (3), 321-337, 1999
2091999
Preference and processing: The role of speech affect in early spoken word recognition
L Singh, JL Morgan, KS White
Journal of Memory and Language 51 (2), 173-189, 2004
2052004
Vocabulary growth in late talkers: Lexical development from 2; 0 to 3; 0
L Rescorla, J Mirak, L Singh
Journal of Child Language 27 (02), 293-311, 2000
1672000
Influences of high and low variability on infant word recognition
L Singh
Cognition 106 (2), 833-870, 2008
1662008
How does the topic of conversation affect verbal exchange and eye gaze? A comparison between typical development and high-functioning autism
A Nadig, I Lee, L Singh, K Bosshart, S Ozonoff
Neuropsychologia 48 (9), 2730-2739, 2010
1252010
Influences of infant-directed speech on early word recognition
L Singh, S Nestor, C Parikh, A Yull
Infancy 14 (6), 654-666, 2009
1172009
Infant word segmentation and childhood vocabulary development: a longitudinal analysis
L Singh, J Steven Reznick, L Xuehua
Developmental science 15 (4), 482-495, 2012
1022012
Back to Basics: A Bilingual Advantage in Infant Visual Habituation
L Singh, CSL Fu, AA Rahman, WB Hameed, S Sanmugam, P Agarwal, ...
Child development, 2014
882014
Building a word-form lexicon in the face of variable input: Influences of pitch and amplitude on early spoken word recognition
L Singh, KS White, JL Morgan
Language Learning and Development 4 (2), 157-178, 2008
792008
Influences of vowel and tone variation on emergent word knowledge: a cross‐linguistic investigation
L Singh, TJ Hui, C Chan, RM Golinkoff
Developmental science 17 (1), 94-109, 2014
652014
Influences of lexical tone and pitch on word recognition in bilingual infants
L Singh, J Foong
Cognition 124 (2), 128-142, 2012
542012
Infant feeding effects on early neurocognitive development in Asian children
S Cai, WW Pang, YL Low, LW Sim, SC Sam, MB Bruntraeger, EQ Wong, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 101 (2), 326-336, 2015
452015
Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed-speech preference
ManyBabies Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
372020
Spoken word recognition in early childhood: Comparative effects of vowel, consonant and lexical tone variation
L Singh, HH Goh, TD Wewalaarachchi
Cognition 142, 1-11, 2015
372015
A new view of language development: the acquisition of lexical tone
L Singh, CSL Fu
Child development 87 (3), 834-854, 2016
342016
One World, Two Languages: Cross‐Language Semantic Priming in Bilingual Toddlers
L Singh
Child development 85 (2), 755-766, 2014
342014
Overcoming the effects of variation in infant speech segmentation: Influences of word familiarity
L Singh, SS Nestor, H Bortfeld
Infancy 13 (1), 57-74, 2008
332008
Rapid reacquisition of native phoneme contrasts after disuse: You do not always lose what you do not use
L Singh, J Liederman, R Mierzejewski, J Barnes
Developmental science 14 (5), 949-959, 2011
292011
Test–Retest Reliability in Infant Speech Perception Tasks
A Cristia, A Seidl, L Singh, D Houston
Infancy, 2016
242016
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