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  1. Shades of confusion: Lexical uncertainty modulates ad hoc coordination in an interactive communication task.Sonia K. Murthy, Thomas L. Griffiths & Robert D. Hawkins - 2022 - Cognition 225 (C):105152.
  • Repeat After Me? Both Children With and Without Autism Commonly Align Their Language With That of Their Caregivers.Riccardo Fusaroli, Ethan Weed, Roberta Rocca, Deborah Fein & Letitia Naigles - 2023 - Cognitive Science 47 (11):e13369.
    Linguistic repetitions in children are conceptualized as negative in children with autism – echolalia, without communicative purpose – and positive in typically developing (TD) children – linguistic alignment involved in shared engagement, common ground and language acquisition. To investigate this apparent contradiction we analyzed spontaneous speech in 67 parent–child dyads from a longitudinal corpus (30 minutes of play activities at 6 visits over 2 years). We included 32 children with autism and 35 linguistically matched TD children (mean age at recruitment (...)
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