Christopher Conway
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Modality-constrained statistical learning of tactile, visual, and auditory sequences.
CM Conway, MH Christiansen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (1), 24, 2005
4882005
Sequential learning in non-human primates
CM Conway, MH Christiansen
Trends in cognitive sciences 5 (12), 539-546, 2001
3362001
Implicit statistical learning in language processing: Word predictability is the key
CM Conway, A Bauernschmidt, SS Huang, DB Pisoni
Cognition 114 (3), 356-371, 2010
3302010
Statistical learning within and between modalities: Pitting abstract against stimulus-specific representations
CM Conway, MH Christiansen
Psychological science 17 (10), 905-912, 2006
2582006
The importance of sound for cognitive sequencing abilities: The auditory scaffolding hypothesis
CM Conway, DB Pisoni, WG Kronenberger
Current directions in psychological science 18 (5), 275-279, 2009
2512009
Efficacy and effectiveness of cochlear implants in deaf children
DB Pisoni, CM Conway, WG Kronenberger, DL Horn, J Karpicke, ...
Deaf cognition: Foundations and outcomes, 52-101, 2008
2042008
Implicit sequence learning in deaf children with cochlear implants
CM Conway, DB Pisoni, EM Anaya, J Karpicke, SC Henning
Developmental science 14 (1), 69-82, 2011
1672011
Neurocognitive basis of implicit learning of sequential structure and its relation to language processing
CM Conway, DB Pisoni
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1145, 113, 2008
1522008
The role of sequential learning in language evolution: Computational and experimental studies
MH Christiansen, RAC Dale, MR Ellefson, CM Conway
Simulating the evolution of language, 165-187, 2002
1392002
Seeing and hearing in space and time: Effects of modality and presentation rate on implicit statistical learning
CM Conway, MH Christiansen
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 21 (4), 561-580, 2009
1152009
Similar neural correlates for language and sequential learning: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
MH Christiansen, CM Conway, L Onnis
Language and cognitive processes 27 (2), 231-256, 2012
1092012
29 and Sequence Learning in Deaf Children
DB Pisoni, CM Conway, W Kronenberger, S Henning, E Anaya
The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies, Language, and Education, Vol. 2 2, 439, 2010
1012010
Timing is everything: Changes in presentation rate have opposite effects on auditory and visual implicit statistical learning
LL Emberson, CM Conway, MH Christiansen
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (5), 1021-1040, 2011
812011
Nonverbal cognition in deaf children following cochlear implantation: Motor sequencing disturbances mediate language delays
CM Conway, J Karpicke, EM Anaya, SC Henning, WG Kronenberger, ...
Developmental Neuropsychology 36 (2), 237-254, 2011
702011
Contribution of implicit sequence learning to spoken language processing: Some preliminary findings with hearing adults
CM Conway, J Karpicke, DB Pisoni
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 12 (3), 317-334, 2007
702007
Visual sequence learning in infancy: Domain‐general and domain‐specific associations with language
CL Shafto, CM Conway, SL Field, DM Houston
Infancy 17 (3), 247-271, 2012
672012
A connectionist single-mechanism account of rule-like behavior in infancy
MH Christiansen, CM Conway, S Curtin
Proceedings of the 22nd annual conference of the cognitive science society …, 2000
662000
Neurocognitive mechanisms of statistical-sequential learning: what do event-related potentials tell us?
J Daltrozzo, CM Conway
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 437, 2014
602014
When less is less and when less is more: Starting small with staged input
CM Conway, MR Ellefson, MH Christiansen
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 25 (25), 2003
412003
Deaf children with cochlear implants do not appear to use sentence context to help recognize spoken words
CM Conway, JA Deocampo, AM Walk, EM Anaya, DB Pisoni
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 57 (6), 2174-2190, 2014
352014
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