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Melanie Spence
Melanie Spence
Professor of Psychology. School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, The University of Texas at Dallas
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei utdallas.edu
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Prenatal maternal speech influences newborns' perception of speech sounds
AJ DeCasper, MJ Spence
Infant behavior and Development 9 (2), 133-150, 1986
19261986
Prenatal experience with low-frequency maternal-voice sounds influence neonatal perception of maternal voice samples
MJ Spence, AJ DeCasper
Infant Behavior and Development 10 (2), 133-142, 1987
2481987
Recognition and sex categorization of adults' and children's faces: Examining performance in the absence of sex-stereotyped cues
HA Wild, SE Barrett, MJ Spence, AJ O'Toole, YD Cheng, J Brooke
Journal of experimental child psychology 77 (4), 269-291, 2000
1782000
Newborn infants prefer the maternal low-pass filtered voice, but not the maternal whispered voice
MJ Spence, MS Freeman
Infant Behavior and Development 19 (2), 199-212, 1996
1491996
Psychological and neural perspectives on the role of motion in face recognition
DA Roark, SE Barrett, MJ Spence, H Abdi, AJ O'Toole
Behavioral and cognitive neuroscience reviews 2 (1), 15-46, 2003
1332003
Source-monitoring training facilitates preschoolers' eyewitness memory performance.
KL Thierry, MJ Spence
Developmental Psychology 38 (3), 428, 2002
902002
Auditorily mediated behavior during the perinatal period: A cognitive view.
AJ DeCasper, MJ Spence
Ablex Publishing, 1991
781991
Before misinformation is encountered: Source monitoring decreases child witness suggestibility
KL Thierry, MJ Spence, A Memon
Journal of Cognition and Development 2 (1), 1-26, 2001
752001
Developmental shifts in children’s sensitivity to visual speech: A new multimodal picture–word task
S Jerger, MF Damian, MJ Spence, N Tye-Murray, H Abdi
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 102 (1), 40-59, 2009
642009
Children's recognition of cartoon voices
MJ Spence, PR Rollins, S Jerger
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2002
612002
Young infants' long‐term auditory memory: Evidence for changes in preference as a function of delay
MJ Spence
Developmental Psychobiology 29 (8), 685-695, 1996
591996
Categorization of infant‐directed speech: Development from 4 to 6 months
MJ Spence, DS Moore
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2003
572003
Cognitive functions of the fetus
AS Kadic, A Kurjak
Ultraschall in der Medizin-European Journal of Ultrasound 39 (02), 181-189, 2018
532018
Effects of childhood hearing loss on organization of semantic memory: typicality and relatedness
S Jerger, MF Damian, N Tye-Murray, M Dougherty, J Mehta, M Spence
Ear and Hearing 27 (6), 686-702, 2006
472006
Six-month-olds' categorization of natural infant-directed utterances.
DS Moore, MJ Spence, GS Katz
Developmental Psychology 33 (6), 980, 1997
431997
A real‐life event enhances the accuracy of preschoolers' recall
KL Thierry, MJ Spence
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2004
412004
Human fetuses perceive maternal speech
MJ Spence, AJ DeCasper
Paper delivered at the International Conference on Infant Studies, March …, 1982
381982
Effects of prenatal cocaine exposure and postnatal environment on child development
T Thyssen Van Beveren, BB Little, MJ Spence
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2000
362000
Voice recognition: Effects of orienting task, and a test of blind versus sighted listeners
E Winograd, NH Kerr, MJ Spence
The American journal of psychology, 57-70, 1984
331984
Developmental course of auditory processing interactions: Garner interference and Simon interference
S Jerger, DA Pearson, MJ Spence
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 74 (1), 44-67, 1999
251999
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