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Journal Article (16)

  1. 2018
    Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Grossmann, T.: Modality-independent recruitment of inferior frontal cortex during speech processing in human infants. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 34, pp. 130 - 138 (2018)
  2. 2017
    Journal Article
    Missana, M.; Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Grossmann, T.: Neural correlates of infants’ sensitivity to vocal expressions of peers. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience: a Journal for Cognitive, Affective and Social Developmental Neuroscience 26, pp. 39 - 44 (2017)
  3. Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Jessen, S.; Grossmann, T.: Brain responses reveal that infants’ face discrimination is guided by statistical learning from distributional information. Developmental Science 20 (2), e12393 (2017)
  4. 2016
    Journal Article
    Schreiner, M. S.; Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Mani, N.: Early word segmentation in naturalistic environments: Limited effects of speech register. Infancy 21 (5), pp. 625 - 647 (2016)
  5. Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Grossmann, T.: The role of left inferior frontal cortex during audiovisual speech perception in infants. NeuroImage 133, pp. 14 - 20 (2016)
  6. Journal Article
    Rajhans, P.; Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Vaish, A.; Grossmann, T.: Children's altruistic behavior in context: The role of emotional responsiveness and culture. Scientific Reports 6 (2016)
  7. Journal Article
    Jessen, S.; Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Grossmann, T.: Pupillary responses reveal infants’ discrimination of facial emotions independent of conscious perception. Cognition 150, pp. 163 - 169 (2016)
  8. Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Mani, N.; Grossmann, T.: Audiovisual speech perception in infancy: The influence of vowel identity and infants' productive abilities on sensitivity to (mis)matches between auditory and visual speech cues. Developmental Psychology 52 (2), pp. 191 - 204 (2016)
  9. 2015
    Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Grossmann, T.: Learning to match auditory and visual speech cues: Social influences on the acquisition of phonological categories. Child Development 86 (2), pp. 362 - 378 (2015)
  10. Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Fikkert, P.: A cross-linguistic perspective on the acquisition of manner of articulation contrasts in the productions of Dutch and German children. Language Acquisition 22 (1), pp. 2 - 39 (2015)
  11. 2014
    Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Van der Feest, S.; Fikkert, P.: Asymmetries in early word recognition: The case of stops and fricatives. Language Learning and Development 10 (2), pp. 149 - 178 (2014)
  12. 2013
    Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Mani, N.: Word-form familiarity bootstraps infant speech segmentation. Developmental Science 16 (6), pp. 980 - 990 (2013)
  13. Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Mani, N.: The impact of mispronunciations on toddler word recognition: Evidence for cascaded activation of semantically related words from mispronunciations of familiar words. Infancy 18 (6), pp. 1030 - 1052 (2013)
  14. Journal Article
    Fikkert, P.; Altvater-Mackensen, N.: Insights into variation across children based on longitudinal dutch data on phonological acquisition. Studia Linguistica 67 (1), pp. 148 - 164 (2013)
  15. 2010
    Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Fikkert, P.: The acquisition of the stop-fricative contrast in perception and production. Lingua 120 (8), pp. 1898 - 1909 (2010)
  16. 2007
    Journal Article
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.: On the acquisition of nasals in Dutch and German. Linguistics in the Netherlands 24, pp. 14 - 24 (2007)

Book Chapter (1)

  1. 2015
    Book Chapter
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Mani, N.: Phonological features mediate object-label retrieval and word recognition in the visual world paradigm. In: Attention and Vision in Language Processing, pp. 23 - 38 (Eds. Mishra, R. K.; Srinivasan, N.; Huettig, F.). Springer, Berlin (2015)

Conference Paper (2)

  1. 2013
    Conference Paper
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Mani, N.: Effects of pre-exposure to object and label during word-learning. In: Proceedings of the 37th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Vol. 1, pp. 13 - 23 (Ed. Baiz, S.). Cascadilla Press, Sommerville, MA (2013)
  2. 2011
    Conference Paper
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Mani, N.: Bilinguals activate words from both languages when listening to spoken sentences. In: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. (2011)

Talk (14)

  1. 2015
    Hosemann, J.; Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Herrmann, A.; Steinbach, M.; Mani, N.: Signs activate words: Neurophysiological evidence for cross-modal activation of German (L2) during German Sign Language (L1) sentence processing. Formal and Experimental Approaches to Sign Language Theory, Barcelona, Spain (2015)
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