Kim Plunkett

Evaluación | Biopsicología | Comparativo | Cognitivo | Del desarrollo | Idioma | Diferencias individuales | Personalidad | Filosofía | Social | Métodos | Estadística | Clínico | Educativo | Industrial | Artículos profesionales | Psicología mundial | Psicología Profesional: Debating Chamber · Psychology Journals · Psychologists Kim Plunkett is a British developmental psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist, head of the Oxford University BabyLab Contents 1 Información biográfica 2 Educación 3 Posiciones 4 Principales áreas de interés 5 Subvenciones financiadas 6 Honores 7 Consejo editorial/editor consultor 8 Association affiliations 9 Ver también 10 Publicaciones 10.1 Libros 10.2 Capítulos de libros 10.3 Papeles 11 External links Biographical information Education He gained an initial degree in physics at Imperial College, London before switching to experimental psychology at Sussex University where he obtained his D.Phil. in 1979. Positions He worked briefly at Nottingham University and the Open University, before moving to the Institute of Psychology, Aarhus University, Denmark where he investigated children's acquisition of Scandinavian languages. In 1986, he moved to the University of California, San Diego to study the application of neural networks to modelling linguistic and cognitive development in young children. Since 1991, he has been a member of the faculty in the Department of Experimental Psychology, Universidad de Oxford, where he is currently Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience. Main areas of interest Child cognitive development, adquisición lingüística, Connectionism Funded grants Honors Editorial board/consulting editor Association affiliations See also Publications Books Cohen, G., Johnston, R. & Plunkett, K. (Eds) (2000) Exploring cognition: damaged brains and neural nets. Londres: Psychology Press Nakisa, R. C., Plunkett, K. & Hahn, tu. (2000). Single and dual-route models of inflectional morphology. En p. Broeder & J. Murre (Eds.) Models of Language Acquisition: Inductive and Deductive Approaches. Oxford: Oxford University Press, páginas. 201-222. G. Tocino, C. W. Coen, S. Un. Greenfield, H. Pantano, K. Plunkett, & J. F. jarra. (1999) Brain Power: working out the human mind. The Ivy Press. Plunkett, K.(Ed.) (1998) Language Acquisition and Connectionism. Londres: Psychology Press. McLeod, PAGS., Plunkett, K. & Rolls, E. T. (1998) Introduction to Connectionist Modelling of Cognitive Processes. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Plunkett, K. & Elman, J. L. (1997) Exercises in Rethinking Innateness: A Handbook for Connectionist Simulations. Cambridge, MAMÁ: Prensa del MIT. Elman, J., batas, E., Karmiloff-Smith, Un., Johnson, M., Parisi, D., & Plunkett, K. (1996). Rethinking Innatenes: Development in a connectionist perspective. Cambridge, MAMÁ: MIT Press. Book Chapters Plunkett, K. (2001). Interactionist approaches to early language acquisition. En J. Weissenborn & B. Hohle (Eds.), Approaches to Bootstrapping: Phonological, lexical, syntactic and neurophysiological aspects of early language acquisition (Para.. 2, páginas. 263-280). Amsterdam: juan benjamins. Sinha, C. G., Thorseng, L. Un., Hayashi, M., & Plunkett, K. (1999). Spatial language acquisition in Danish, English and Japanese. En p. Broeder & J.M.J. Murre (Eds.) Language and thought in development:cross-linguistic studies. Tuebingen: Gunter Narr. 95-125 batas, E., Elman, J. L., Johnson, M., Karmiloff-Smith, Un., Parisi, D., & Plunkett, K. (1998). Innateness and emergentism. En W. Bechtel & G. graham (Eds.), A Companion to Cognitive Science. Oxford: Blackwell. Páginas 590-601 Plunkett, K. (1998) Connectionism and development. In M. Sabourin, F.I.M Craik and M. Robert (Eds) Advances in Psychological Science, Volumen 2: Biological and Cognitive Aspects. Londres: Psychology Press. páginas 581-600. Plunkett, K. (1995). Connectionist Approaches to Language Acquisition. En p. Fletcher & B. MacWhinney (Eds.), Handbook of Child Language, (páginas. 36-72). Oxford: Blackwell's. McClelland, J. L., & Plunkett, K. (1995). Cognitive development. In M. Arbib (Ed.), Handbook of Neural Networks. Cambridge, MAMÁ: Prensa del MIT. Plunkett, K. (1995) Language acquisition. In M. Arbib (Ed.), Handbook of Neural Networks. Cambridge, MAMÁ: Prensa del MIT. Plunkett, K. & Strsmqvist, S. (1992) The acquisition of Scandinavian languages. In D.I. Slobin (Ed.) The crosslinguistic study of language acquisition., Para.. 3. páginas. 457-556, Lawrence Erlbaum Asociados: Hillsdale, NJ. Papers Plunkett, K. (2005) Learning how to be flexible with words. Attention and Performance, XXI, 233-248. Mills, D. L., Plunkett, K., Prat, C. & Schafer, G. (2005) Watching the infant brain learn words: effects of vocabulary size and experience. Cognitive Development, 20, 19-31. Ballem, K. & Plunkett, K. (2005) Phonological Specificity in 1;2. Journal of Child Language, 32, 159-173. Houston-Price, C., Plunkett, K. & harris, P. L. (2005) Word Learning "Wizardry" en 1;6. Journal of Child Language, 32, 175-189. Hayiou-Thomas, M. E., Obispo, D. V. M. & Plunkett, K. (2004) Simulating SLI: General Cognitive Processing Stressors Can Produce a Specific Linguistic Profile. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 47, 1347-1362. Meints, K., Plunkett, K., harris, P. L. & Dimmock, D. (2004) The Cow on the High: Effects of background context on early naming. Cognitive Development, 19, 275-290. Muralla exterior, T. & Plunkett, K. (2002) Phonological Specificity in Early Words. Cognitive Development, 17(2), 1267-1284 Meints, K., Plunkett, K, & harris, P. (2002) What is "on" y "debajo" para 15-, 18-and 24-month-olds? Typicality effects in early comprehension of spatial prepositions. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 20, 113-130 Meints, K., Plunkett, K, & harris, P. (2002) What is "on" y "debajo" para 15-, 18-and 24-month-olds? Typicality effects in early comprehension of spatial prepositions. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 20, 113-130 Plunkett, K. (2001) Connectionism Today. Synthese, 129(2), páginas. 185-194 Hamilton, Un., Plunkett, K. & Schafer, G. (2000) Infant vocabulary development assessed with a British Communicative Development Inventory. Journal of Child Language, 27(3), 689-705. Muralla exterior, T. M., Plunkett, K. & Scarpa, E. (1999) A cross-linguistic study in learning prosodic rhythms: Rules, constraints and similarity. Language and Speech, 42(1), 1-38 Mareschal, D., Plunkett, K. & harris, P. L. (1999) A computational and neuropsychological account of object-oriented behaviours in infancy. Developmental Science, 2(3), 306-317 Meints, K. Plunkett, K. & harris, P. L. (1999) When does an ostrich become a bird: the role of prototypes in early word comprehension. Psicología del desarrollo, 35(4), 1072-1078 Plunkett, K., Elman, JL. & batas, E. (1999) Understanding the modelling endeavour. Journal of Child Language, 26(1), 253-260 Plunkett, K. & Juola, P. (1999) A connectionist model of English past tense and plural morphology. Cognitive Science, 23(4), 463-490.  Plunkett, K. & Schafer, G. (1999) Early speech perception and word learning. In M. Barrett (Ed.) The Development of Language. Londres: Psychology Press, 51-71.  Ragnarsdottir, H., Simonsen, H. G. & Plunkett, K. (1999) The acquisition of past tense morphology in Icelandic and Norwegian children: an experimental study. Journal of Child Language, 26(3), 577-618 Schafer, G., Plunkett, K. & harris, P.L. (1999) What's in a name? Lexical knowledge drives infants' visual preferences in the absence of referential input. Developmental Science, 2(2), 187-194 Hamann, C. & Plunkett, K. (1998) Subjectless sentences in child Danish. Cognición, 69(1), 35-72 Karmiloff-Smith, Un., Plunkett, K., Johnson, M. H., Elman, J. L. & batas, E. Un. (1998) What does it mean to claim something is innate? Response to Clark, harris, Lightfoot and Samuels. Mind and Language. 13(4), 588-597 Plunkett, K. (1998) Language Acquisition and Connectionism. Language and Cognitive Processes, 13(2,3), 97-104. Nakisa, R. C. and Plunkett, K. (1998) Evolution of a rapidly learned representation for speech. Language and Cognitive Processes, 13(2,3), 105-127. Schafer, G., & Plunkett, K. (1998). Rapid word learning by 15-month-olds under tightly controlled conditions. Desarrollo del niño, 69(2), 309-320. Johnson, EM., batas, E., Elman, J., Karmiloff-Smith, Un. & Plunkett, K. (1997) Constructivist views on neurocognitive development. Ciencias del Comportamiento y del Cerebro, 20(4),569-570 Marchman, V., Plunkett, K. & Buen hombre, J. (1997) Overregularization in English plural and past tense inflectional morphology. Journal of Child Language. 24, 767-779 Mareschal, D., harris, P. & Plunkett, K. (1997) The effect of linear and angular velocity on 2, 4 y 6 month olds' visual pursuit behaviour. Comportamiento y desarrollo infantil. 20(4), 435-448. Nobre, Un. C., & Plunkett, K. (1997). The neural system of language: structure and development. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 7, 262-268. Plunkett, K. (1997) Theories of early language acquisition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 1:4, 146-153. Plunkett, K., Karmiloff-Smith, Un., batas, E., Elman J. L. & Johnson M. (1997) Connectionism and Developmental Psychology. Revista de Psicología Infantil y Psiquiatría, 38, 53-80. Plunkett, K., & Nakisa, R. C. (1997). A connectionist model of the Arabic plural system. Language and Cognitive Processes, 12(5,6), 807-836. Plunkett, K., & Marchman, V. (1996). Learning from a connectionist model of the English past tense. Cognición, 61, 299-308. Strsmqvist, S., Ragnarsd-ttir, H, Engstrand, O., Jonsd-ttir, H., Lanza, E., Leiwo, M., Nordqvist, Å., pedros, Un., Plunkett, K., Richtoff, U., Simonsen, H.G., Toivainen, J. & Toivainen, K. (1995) The Inter-Nordic Study of Language Acquisition. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 18, 3-29. Broeder, PAGS., & Plunkett, K. (1994). Connectionism and second language acquisition. In N. C. Ellis (Ed.), Implicit and Explicit Learning of Languages, (páginas. 421-453). Londres: Prensa Académica. Cottrell, G.W., & Plunkett, K. (1994). Acquiring the mapping from meanings to sounds. Connection Science, 6(4), 379-412. Sinha, C. G., Thorseng, L. Un., Hayashi, M., & Plunkett, K. (1994). Comparative spatial semantics and language acquisition: Evidence from Danish, English and Japanese. Journal of Semantics, 11, 253-287. Plunkett, K. (1993) Lexical segmentation and vocabulary growth in early language acquisition. Journal of Child Language, 20, 43-60. Plunkett, K. (1993). Making nets work hard. Mente & Idioma, 8, 549-558. Plunkett, K. & Marchman, V. (1993) From rote learning to system building: acquiring verb morphology in children and connectionist nets. Cognición, 48, 21-69. Plunkett, K. & Sinha, C. G. (1992) Connectionism and developmental theory. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10, 209-254. Plunkett, K., Sinha, C. G., M¿ller, M. F. & Strandsby (1992) Symbol grounding or the emergence of symbols? Vocabulary growth in children and a connectionist net. Connection Science, 4, 293-312. Plunkett, K. (1992) En paradigmkonflikt i kognitionsforskning. Litteratur & Samfund, 47-48, 82-104. Plunkett, K. (1991) Connectionist Approaches to Language Processing and Acquisition. Hermes, 6, 31-63. Plunkett, K., & liebre, M. L. (1991). Motivating Connectionist Phonology. Neural Network Review, 4 (2) páginas 74-76. Plunkett, K. & Marchman, V. (1991) U-shaped learning and frequency effects in a multi-layered perceptron: Implications for child language acquisition. Cognición, 38, 43-102. Plunkett, K. (1990). Psychological and Linguistic Approaches to Language Acquisition. Psyke & Logos, 11, 65-97. Plunkett, K. (1990). Computational Tools for Analyzing Talk. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 13, 187-199.  External links BabyLab website This article about a psychologist is a stub. Puedes ayudar a la Wiki de Psicología expandiéndola.

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