Lulu Song
Lulu Song
Associate Professor of Brooklyn College, the City of University of New York
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Why is infant language learning facilitated by parental responsiveness?
CS Tamis-LeMonda, Y Kuchirko, L Song
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (2), 121-126, 2014
Chinese parents’ goals and practices in early childhood
R Luo, CS Tamis-LeMonda, L Song
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 28 (4), 843-857, 2013
An image is worth a thousand words: Why nouns tend to dominate verbs in early word learning
C McDonough, L Song, K Hirsh‐Pasek, RM Golinkoff, R Lannon
Developmental science 14 (2), 181-189, 2011
Twenty-five years using the intermodal preferential looking paradigm to study language acquisition: What have we learned?
RM Golinkoff, W Ma, L Song, K Hirsh-Pasek
Perspectives on Psychological Science 8 (3), 316-339, 2013
Reciprocal influences between maternal language and children's language and cognitive development in low-income families
L Song, ET Spier, CS Tamis-Lemonda
Journal of Child Language 41 (02), 305-326, 2014
Ethnic differences in mother–infant language and gestural communications are associated with specific skills in infants
CS Tamis‐LeMonda, L Song, AS Leavell, R Kahana‐Kalman, ...
Developmental Science 15 (3), 384-397, 2012
Multilingual children
A McCabe, CS Tamis-LeMonda, MH Bornstein, CB Cates, R Golinkoff, ...
Social Policy Report 27 (4), 1-21, 2013
Language experiences and vocabulary development in Dominican and Mexican infants across the first 2 years.
L Song, CS Tamis-LeMonda, H Yoshikawa, R Kahana-Kalman, I Wu
Developmental psychology 48 (4), 1106, 2012
Children's vocabulary growth in English and Spanish across early development and associations with school readiness skills
CS Tamis-LeMonda, L Song, R Luo, Y Kuchirko, R Kahana-Kalman, ...
Developmental neuropsychology 39 (2), 69-87, 2014
Parent-infant communicative interactions in cultural context
C Tamis-Lemonda, L Song
Handbook of psychology, 2012
Preverbal Infants' Attention to Manner and Path: Foundations for Learning Relational Terms
R Pulverman, L Song, K Hirsh‐Pasek, SM Pruden, RM Golinkoff
Child development 84 (1), 241-252, 2013
Parents' and experts' awareness of learning opportunities in children's museum exhibits
L Song, RM Golinkoff, A Stuehling, I Resnick, N Mahajan, K Hirsh-Pasek, ...
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 49, 39-45, 2017
Action stations: Verb learning rests on constructing categories of action
L Song, RM Golinkoff, R Seston, W Ma, W Shallcross, K Hirsh-Pasek
Poster presented at the 31st Boston University Conference on Language …, 2006
Prelinguistic foundations of verb learning: Infants discriminate and categorize dynamic human actions
L Song, SM Pruden, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek
Journal of experimental child psychology 151, 77-95, 2016
Sleepy vs. sleeping: Preschoolers’ sensitivity to morphological cues for adjectives and verbs in English and French
L Song, T Nazzi, S Moukawane, RM Golinkoff, A Stahl, W Ma, ...
Proceedings of the 34th annual boston university conference on language …, 2010
Parents' Role in Infants' Language Development and Emergent Literacy
CS Tamis‐LeMonda, R Luo, L Song
Wellbeing, 2014
Does the owl fly out of the tree or does the owl exit the tree flying? How L2 learners overcome their L1 lexicalization biases
L Song, R Pulverman, C Pepe, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek
Language Learning and Development 12 (1), 42-59, 2016
Infants' categorization of intransitive human actions
L Song
University of Delaware, 2009
Dual Language Development of Chinese 3-and 4-Year-Olds: Associations with the Family Context and Teachers’ Language Use
L Song, R Luo, E Liang
Early Education and Development, 1-24, 2021
Using Verb Extension to Gauge Children’s Verb Meaning Construals: The Case of Chinese
W Ma, RM Golinkoff, L Song, K Hirsh-Pasek
Frontiers in psychology 11, 2020
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