Ruth Tincoff
Ruth Tincoff
The College of Idaho
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Some beginnings of word comprehension in 6-month-olds
R Tincoff, PW Jusczyk
Psychological science 10 (2), 172-175, 1999
The foundations of literacy: Learning the sounds of letters
R Treiman, R Tincoff, K Rodriguez, A Mouzaki, DJ Francis
Child development 69 (6), 1524-1540, 1998
Six‐month‐olds comprehend words that refer to parts of the body
R Tincoff, PW Jusczyk
Infancy 17 (4), 432-444, 2012
Letter names help children to connect print and speech.
R Treiman, R Tincoff, ED Richmond-Welty
Developmental psychology 32 (3), 505, 1996
English speakers’ sensitivity to phonotactic patterns
Papers in laboratory phonology V: Acquisition and the lexicon 5, 269, 2000
Children's phonological awareness: Confusions between phonemes that differ only in voicing
R Treiman, V Broderick, R Tincoff, K Rodriguez
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 68 (1), 3-21, 1998
The role of speech rhythm in language discrimination: further tests with a non‐human primate
R Tincoff, M Hauser, F Tsao, G Spaepen, F Ramus, J Mehler
Developmental Science 8 (1), 26-35, 2005
Beyond zebra: Preschoolers' knowledge about letters
R Treiman, R Tincoff, ED Richmond-Welty
Applied Psycholinguistics 18 (4), 391-409, 1997
Effects of dialect on American and British children's spelling
R Treiman, U Goswami, R Tincoff, H Leevers
Child Development 68 (2), 229-245, 1997
Phonology and spelling: The case of syllabic consonants
R Treiman, D Berch, R Tincoff, S Weatherston
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 56 (3), 267-290, 1993
Why the body comes first: Effects of experimenter touch on infants' word finding
A Seidl, R Tincoff, C Baker, A Cristia
Developmental science 18 (1), 155-164, 2015
The fragility of the alphabetic principle: Children's knowledge of letter names can cause them to spell syllabically rather than alphabetically
R Treiman, R Tincoff
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 64 (3), 425-451, 1997
Are word-final sounds perceptually salient for infants
R Tincoff, PW Jusczyk
Fifth Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Evanston, IL, 1996
Auxiliary verb learning and 18-month-olds’ acquisition of morphological relationships
R Tincoff, L Santelmann, P Jusczyk
Proceedings of the 24th annual Boston University conference on language …, 2000
Cognitive basis for language evolution in nonhuman primates
R Tincoff, M Hauser, M Hauser
Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics,, 533-538, 2006
Do Six-Month-Olds Link Sound Patterns of Common Nouns To New Exemplars?
R Tincoff, PW Jusczyk
Feeling the way to words: Parents’ speech and touch cues highlight word-to-world mappings of body parts
R Tincoff, A Seidl, L Buckley, C Wojcik, A Cristia
Language Learning and Development 15 (2), 103-125, 2019
7.5-month olds' memory for words after a 1-week delay
DM Houston, R Tincoff, PW Jusczyk
Jusczyk lab final report, 2001
Infants' responses to named and unnamed familiar objects
R Tincoff, PW Jusczyk
Infant Behavior and Development 21, 721, 1998
Language discrimination without language: Experiments on tamarin monkeys
R Tincoff, M Hauser, G Spaepen, F Tsao, J Mehler
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 111 (5), 2455-2455, 2002
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