Carolyn Quam
Carolyn Quam
Assistant Professor, Portland State University Speech & Hearing Sciences
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Development in children’s interpretation of pitch cues to emotions
C Quam, D Swingley
Child development 83 (1), 236-250, 2012
902012
Phonological knowledge guides 2-year-olds’ and adults’ interpretation of salient pitch contours in word learning
C Quam, D Swingley
Journal of memory and language 62 (2), 135-150, 2010
702010
Processing of lexical stress cues by young children
C Quam, D Swingley
Journal of experimental child psychology 123, 73-89, 2014
242014
Infant learning is influenced by local spurious generalizations
LA Gerken, C Quam
Developmental Science 20 (3), e12410, 2017
182017
Can bilingual children turn one language off? Evidence from perceptual switching
L Singh, C Quam
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 147, 111-125, 2016
112016
Apples and oranges: Developmental discontinuities in spoken-language processing?
SC Creel, C Quam
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (12), 713-716, 2015
112015
Mandarin-English bilinguals process lexical tones in newly learned words in accordance with the language context
C Quam, SC Creel
PloS one 12 (1), e0169001, 2017
92017
The distribution of talker variability impacts infants’ word learning
C Quam, S Knight, LA Gerken
Laboratory phonology 8 (1), 2017
92017
Relating intonational pragmatics to the pitch realizations of highly frequent words in English speech to infants
CM Quam, J Yuan, D Swingly
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 30 (30), 2008
72008
Procedural-memory, working-memory, and declarative-memory skills are each associated with dimensional integration in sound-category learning
C Quam, A Wang, WT Maddox, K Golisch, A Lotto
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1828, 2018
62018
Tone attrition in Mandarin speakers of varying English proficiency
C Quam, SC Creel
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 60 (2), 293-305, 2017
52017
What’s in a rise? Effects of language experience on interpretation of lexical tone
C Quam, SC Creel
Proceedings of the 36th Annual Boston University Conference on Language …, 2012
52012
Adults fail to learn a type of linguistic pattern that is readily learned by infants
LA Gerken, C Quam, L Goffman
Language Learning and Development 15 (4), 279-294, 2019
42019
Choosing to serve: Understanding the military participation decision
DR Mann
32011
Why are infants precocious language learners? Implications for adult second-language learning
C Quam, A Lotto, K Golisch, C Gallegos, LA Gerken
Online Proceedings Supplement of the 39th Annual Boston University …, 2015
22015
Infants' discrimination of consonant contrasts in the presence and absence of talker variability
C Quam, L Clough, S Knight, LA Gerken
Infancy 26 (1), 84-103, 2021
12021
Sound discrimination and explicit mapping of sounds to meanings in preschoolers with and without developmental language disorder
C Quam, H Cardinal, C Gallegos, T Bodner
International journal of speech-language pathology, 1-12, 2020
12020
Attrition Effects in Mandarin-English Bilinguals of Varying Proficiency
S Elkington, J Forman, D Yuen, C Quam
2019
Tone Attrition in Mandarin Speakers of Varying English Proficiency (vol 60, pg 293, 2017)
C Quam, SC Creel
JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH 61 (5), 1292-1292, 2018
2018
Mandarin-English Bilinguals Match Lexical-Tone Processing to the Language Context.
C Quam, SC Creel
CogSci, 2016
2016
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