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Autistic traits predict individual differences in speech categorization
Daniel G. Hufnagle, Lori L. Holt, and Erik D. Thiessen

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Theory, not cultural context, will advance American psychology.
Gerald J. Haeffel, Erik D. Thiessen, Matthew W. Campbell, Michael P. Kaschak, and Nicole M. McNeil

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Statistical Learning
Erik D. Thiessen

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Domain-General Learning Capacities
Jenny R. Saffran and Erik D. Thiessen

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Infant-Directed Speech Facilitates Word Segmentation
Erik D. Thiessen, Emily A. Hill, and Jenny R. Saffran

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Pattern induction by infant language learners.
Jenny R. Saffran and Erik D. Thiessen

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Virtual reality in behavioral neuroscience and beyond.
Michael J. Tarr and William H. Warren Jr.

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Expertise training with novel objects leads to left-lateralized facelike electrophysiological responses.
Bruno Rossion, Isabel Gauthier, V Goffaux, Michael J. Tarr, and M Crommelinck

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Unraveling mechanisms for expert object recognition: bridging brain activity and behavior.
Isabel Gauthier, Michael J Tarr, Isabel Gauthier, and Michael J. Tarr

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BOLD activity during mental rotation and viewpoint-dependent object recognition.
Isabel Gauthier, William G. Hayward, Michael J. Tarr, Adam W. Anderson, Pawel Skudlarski, and John C. Gore

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What defines a view?
Michael J. Tarr and David J. Kriegman

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Does visual subordinate-level categorisation engage the functionally defined fusiform face area?
Isabel Gauthier, Michael J. Tarr, Jill Moylan, Adam W. Anderson, Pawel Skudlarski, and John C. Gore

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Statistically coherent labels facilitate categorization in 8-month-olds
Lucy C. Erickson, Erik D. Thiessen, and Katharine Graf Estes

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