Mathilde Fort
Mathilde Fort
Université lyon 1 et Université Grenoble Alpes
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Consonants are more important than vowels in the bouba-kiki effect
M Fort, A Martin, S Peperkamp
Language and Speech 58 (2), 247-266, 2015
Symbouki: a meta‐analysis on the emergence of sound symbolism in early language acquisition
M Fort, I Lammertink, S Peperkamp, A Guevara‐Rukoz, P Fikkert, S Tsuji
Developmental science 21 (5), e12659, 2018
The word superiority effect in audiovisual speech perception
M Fort, E Spinelli, C Savariaux, S Kandel
Speech Communication 52 (6), 525-532, 2010
Audiovisual vowel monitoring and the word superiority effect in children
M Fort, E Spinelli, C Savariaux, S Kandel
International Journal of Behavioral Development 36 (6), 457-467, 2012
Seeing the initial articulatory gestures of a word triggers lexical access
M Fort, S Kandel, J Chipot, C Savariaux, L Granjon, E Spinelli
Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (8), 1207-1223, 2013
Looking for the bouba-kiki effect in prelexical infants
M Fort, A Weiß, A Martin, S Peperkamp
Auditory-Visual Speech Processing (AVSP) 2013, 2013
Development of face processing: are there critical or sensitive periods?
O Pascalis, M Fort, PC Quinn
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 36, 7-12, 2020
Impact of bilingualism on infants’ ability to learn from talking and nontalking faces
M Fort, A Ayneto‐Gimeno, A Escrichs, N Sebastian‐Galles
Language Learning 68, 31-57, 2018
Resolving the bouba-kiki effect enigma by rooting iconic sound symbolism in physical properties of round and spiky objects
M Fort, JL Schwartz
Scientific reports 12 (1), 19172, 2022
A novel form of perceptual attunement: Context-dependent perception of a native contrast in 14-month-old infants
M Fort, P Brusini, MJ Carbajal, Y Sun, S Peperkamp
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 26, 45-51, 2017
Language familiarity influences own‐race face recognition in 9‐and 12‐month‐old infants
A Hillairet de Boisferon, C Kubicek, J Gervain, G Schwarzer, ...
Infancy 26 (4), 647-659, 2021
Can language modulate perceptual narrowing for faces? Other-race face recognition in infants is modulated by language experience
O Clerc, M Fort, G Schwarzer, A Krasotkina, A Vilain, D Méary, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Development 46 (2), 83-90, 2022
L'accès au lexique dans la perception audiovisuelle et visuelle de la parole
M Fort
Université de Grenoble, 2011
The effect of masks on the visual preference for faces in the first year of life
CI Galusca, O Clerc, M Chevallier, C Bertrand, F Audeou, O Pascalis, ...
Infancy 28 (1), 92-105, 2023
Face processing
O Pascalis, M Fort, JE Prunty, DJ Kelly
Elsevier, 2020
The Role of Talking Faces in Infant Language Learning: Mind the Gap between Screen-Based Settings and Real-Life Communicative Interactions
J Birulés, L Goupil, J Josse, M Fort
Brain Sciences 13 (8), 1167, 2023
You can raise your eyebrows, i don't mind: are monolingual and bilingual infants equally good at learning from the eyes region of a talking face?
M Fort, A Escrichs, A Ayneto-Gimeno, N Sebastián-Gallés
AVSP, 7-11, 2015
Consonants are more important than vowels for the maluma-takete effect
M Fort, A Martin, S Peperkamp
The 11th International Symposium of Psycholinguistics, 2013
Impact of language familiarity on abstract pattern recognition in 9-to 12-month-old infants
A Fratacci, O Clerc, M Fort, O Pascalis
International Journal of Behavioral Development 48 (3), 222-228, 2024
Perceptual Narrowing in Face Processing: Reviewing the Factors Influencing its Onset and Offset
M Fort, J Birulès, A Fratacci, J Parente, O Pascalis
Japanese Psychological Research, 2024
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