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Christine Kitamura
Christine Kitamura
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What's new, pussycat? On talking to babies and animals
D Burnham, C Kitamura, U Vollmer-Conna
Science 296 (5572), 1435-1435, 2002
5832002
Pitch and communicative intent in mother's speech: Adjustments for age and sex in the first year
C Kitamura, D Burnham
Infancy 4 (1), 85-110, 2003
3222003
Universality and specificity in infant-directed speech: Pitch modifications as a function of infant age and sex in a tonal and non-tonal language
C Kitamura, C Thanavishuth, D Burnham, S Luksaneeyanawin
Infant behavior and development 24 (4), 372-392, 2001
2712001
Development of phonological constancy: 19‐month‐olds, but not 15‐month‐olds, identify words in a non‐native regional accent
KE Mulak, CT Best, MD Tyler, C Kitamura, JR Irwin
Child development 84 (6), 2064-2078, 2013
1072013
Age‐specific preferences for infant‐directed affective intent
C Kitamura, C Lam
Infancy 14 (1), 77-100, 2009
1032009
The infant's response to maternal vocal affect
C Kitamura, D Burnham
Advances in infancy research 12, 221-236, 1998
921998
Maternal interactions with a hearing and hearing-impaired twin: Similarities and differences in speech input, interaction quality, and word production
C Lam, C Kitamura
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010
792010
Mommy, speak clearly: Induced hearing loss shapes vowel hyperarticulation
C Lam, C Kitamura
Developmental Science 15 (2), 212-221, 2012
762012
Vowel hyperarticulation in parrot-, dog-and infant-directed speech
N Xu, D Burnham, C Kitamura, U Vollmer-Conna
Anthrozo÷s 26 (3), 373-380, 2013
662013
The Ling sound test revisited
KB Agung, SC Purdy, C Kitamura
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Audiology, The 27 (1), 33-41, 2005
482005
Bilingualism and the relationship between perception and production: Greek/English bilinguals and Thai bilabial stops
E Francis Beach, D Burnham, C Kitamura
International Journal of Bilingualism 5 (2), 221-235, 2001
482001
Slow speech enhances younger but not older infants' perception of vocal emotion
R Panneton, C Kitamura, K Mattock, D Burnham
Research in Human Development 3 (1), 7-19, 2006
462006
The development of language constancy: Attention to native versus nonnative accents
C Kitamura, R Panneton, CT Best
Child Development 84 (5), 1686-1700, 2013
372013
Singing play songs and lullabies: Investigating the subjective contributions to maternal attachment constructs
AL Creighton, M Atherton, C Kitamura, G Trondalen
Australian Journal of Music Therapy 24, 17-47, 2013
372013
The infant’s response to vocal affect in maternal speech
C Kitamura, D Burnham
Advances in infancy research 12, 221-236, 1998
321998
Newborns’ sensitivity to the visual aspects of infant-directed speech: Evidence from point-line displays of talking faces.
B Guella´, A Streri, A Chopin, D Rider, C Kitamura
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (9á…, 2016
312016
Motherese by eye and ear: Infants perceive visual prosody in point-line displays of talking heads
C Kitamura, B Guella´, J Kim
PLoS One 9 (10), e111467, 2014
302014
Are you my little pussy-cat? Acoustic, phonetic and affective qualities of infant-and pet-directed speech
D Burnham, E Francis, U Vollmer-Conna, C Kitamura, V Averkiou, A Olley, ...
Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 1998
291998
On the rhythm of infant-versus adult-directed speech in Australian English
CS Lee, C Kitamura, D Burnham, NP McAngus Todd
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (1), 357-365, 2014
272014
Magnitude of phonetic distinction predicts success at early word learning in native and non-native accents
P Escudero, CT Best, C Kitamura, KE Mulak
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1059, 2014
252014
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