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Linguistic labels, dynamic visual features, and attention in infant category learning Journal article
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2015,Volume: 134,Page: 62-77
Authors:  Wei (Sophia)Deng;  Vladimir M. Sloutsky
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Infancy  Category Learning  Attention  Cognitive Development  Eye-tracking  Labeling  Dynamic Visual Cues  
The Role of Linguistic Labels in Infants' Categorization: An Eye Tracking Study Conference paper
COGNITIVE SCIENCE SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. 34TH 2012. (CogSci 2012) (3 VOLS) BUILDING BRIDGES ACROSS COGNITIVE SCIENCES AROUND THE WORLD, Sapporo, Japan, 2012-8-1
Authors:  Sophia Deng;  Vladimir Sloutsky
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The role of linguistic labels in infants’ category learning Conference paper
Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 2012-11-15
Authors:  VLADIMIR SLOUTSKY;  SOPHIA (WEI) DENG,
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Automatic Attention towards Face or Body as a Function of Mating Motivation Journal article
Evolutionary Psychology, 2012,Volume: 10,Issue: 1,Page: 120-135
Authors:  Hui Jing Lu;  Lei Chang
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Automatic Attention  Long-term Mating  Short-term Mating  Face  Body  
Eye Movements as a Function of Culture: Examining Different Gender of Chinese Information Processing Conference paper
WORLD PEACE THROUGH INTERCULTURAL UNDERSTANDING, America, 2009-8-15
Authors:  Angela Chang
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Information Processing  Eye-tracking  Taiwan