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Catherine Davies
Catherine Davies
Professor of Language Development, University of Leeds
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Quantifying Sources of Variability in Infancy Research Using the Infant-Directed-Speech Preference
TMB Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 2020
2642020
Over-informative children: Production/comprehension asymmetry or tolerance to pragmatic violations?
C Davies, N Katsos
Lingua 120 (8), 1956-1972, 2010
1422010
Young children’s screen time during the first COVID-19 lockdown in 12 countries
C Bergmann, N Dimitrova, K Alaslani, A Almohammadi, H Alroqi, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 2015, 2022
1142022
Early childhood education and care (ECEC) during COVID-19 boosts growth in language and executive function
N Davies, C., Hendry, A. Gibson, S., Gliga, T., McGillion, M. & Gonzalez-Gomez
Infant and Child Development, 2021
1012021
Building a collaborative psychological science: Lessons learned from ManyBabies 1.
K Byers-Heinlein, C Bergmann, C Davies, MC Frank, JK Hamlin, M Kline, ...
Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne 61 (4), 349, 2020
732020
Are speakers and listeners ‘only moderately Gricean’? An empirical response to Engelhardt et al.(2006)
C Davies, N Katsos
Journal of Pragmatics 49 (1), 78-106, 2013
722013
Referring expressions and structural language abilities in children with specific language impairment: A pragmatic tolerance account
C Davies, C Andrés-Roqueta, CF Norbury
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 144, 98-113, 2016
682016
How do 3-and 5-year-olds respond to under-and over-informative utterances?
T Morisseau, C Davies, D Matthews
Journal of Pragmatics 59, 26-39, 2013
652013
Reference and informativeness: How context shapes referential choice
C Davies, J Arnold
Oxford University Press, 2019
342019
The production and comprehension of referring expressions
E Graf, C Davies
Pragmatic development in first language acquisition, 161-182, 2014
332014
Adjective forms and functions in British English child-directed speech
CN Davies, J Lingwood, S Arunachalam
Journal of Child Language 47, 159–185, 2019
262019
Are interlocutors as sensitive to over-informativeness as they are to under-informativeness
C Davies, N Katsos
Proceedings of the Workshop on Production of Referring Expressions: Bridging …, 2009
262009
Toward a dimensional model of risk and protective factors influencing children's early cognitive, social, and emotional development during the COVID‐19 pandemic
A Hendry, SP Gibson, C Davies, M McGillion, N Gonzalez‐Gomez
Infancy 28 (1), 158-186, 2023
252023
Not all babies are in the same boat: Exploring the effects of socioeconomic status, parental attitudes, and activities during the 2020 COVID‐19 pandemic on early Executive …
A Hendry, SP Gibson, C Davies, T Gliga, M McGillion, ...
Infancy 27 (3), 555-581, 2022
252022
Can inferencing be trained in preschoolers using shared book reading? A randomised controlled trial of parents’ inference-eliciting questions on oral inferencing ability
DM C Davies, M McGillion, C Rowland
Journal of Child Language 47 (3), 655-679, 2020
252020
Looking at a contrast object before speaking boosts referential informativeness, but is not essential.
C Davies, H Kreysa
Acta Psychologica, 87-99, 2017
172017
Three-year-olds' comprehension of contrastive and descriptive adjectives: Evidence for contrastive inference
C Davies, J Lingwood, B Ivanova, S Arunachalam
Cognition 212, 104707, 2021
142021
Look before you speak: Children’s integration of visual information into informative referring expressions.
CN Davies, H Kreysa
Journal of Child Language 45 (5), 1116-1143, 2018
122018
Supporting adjective learning by children with Developmental Language Disorder: Enhancing metalinguistic approaches
C Davies, S Ebbels, H Nicoll, K Syrett, S White, C Zuniga‐Montanez
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 58 (2), 629-650, 2023
112023
Semantics and verbal communication
A Rocci, M Luciani
Verbal communication, 57-76, 2016
112016
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