Carmel Houston-Price
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Distinguishing novelty and familiarity effects in infant preference procedures
C Houston‐Price, S Nakai
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and …, 2004
Understanding the dimensional change card sort: Perspectives from task success and failure
JN Towse, J Redbond, CMT Houston-Price, S Cook
Cognitive Development 15 (3), 347-365, 2000
Language experience shapes the development of the mutual exclusivity bias
C Houston‐Price, Z Caloghiris, E Raviglione
Infancy 15 (2), 125-150, 2010
Effects of action observation on corticospinal excitability: Muscle specificity, direction, and timing of the mirror response
KR Naish, C Houston-Price, AJ Bremner, NP Holmes
Neuropsychologia 64, 331-348, 2014
‘Word-learning wizardry’at 1; 6
C Houston-Price, KIM Plunkett, P Harris
Journal of Child Language 32 (1), 175-189, 2005
The use of social and salience cues in early word learning
C Houston-Price, K Plunkett, H Duffy
Journal of experimental child psychology 95 (1), 27-55, 2006
11 Reflections on the concept of the central executive
JN Towse, CMT Houston-Price
Working memory in perspective, 240, 2001
Discrepancy between parental reports of infants' receptive vocabulary and infants' behaviour in a preferential looking task
C Houston-Price, E Mather, E Sakkalou
Journal of Child Language 34 (4), 701-724, 2007
Increasing food familiarity without the tears. A role for visual exposure?
P Heath, C Houston-Price, OB Kennedy
Appetite 57 (3), 832-838, 2011
Visual exposure impacts on toddlers’ willingness to taste fruits and vegetables
C Houston-Price, L Butler, P Shiba
Appetite 53 (3), 450-453, 2009
The prompt hypothesis: Clarification requests as corrective input for grammatical errors
M Saxton, C HOUSTON–PRICE, N Dawson
Applied Psycholinguistics 26 (3), 393-414, 2005
To eat or not to eat? Kinematics and muscle activity of reach-to-grasp movements are influenced by the action goal, but observers do not detect these differences
KR Naish, AT Reader, C Houston-Price, AJ Bremner, NP Holmes
Experimental Brain Research 225 (2), 261-275, 2013
Exposure to foods' non-taste sensory properties. A nursery intervention to increase children's willingness to try fruit and vegetables
P Dazeley, C Houston-Price
Appetite 84, 1-6, 2015
Picture book exposure elicits positive visual preferences in toddlers
C Houston-Price, E Burton, R Hickinson, J Inett, E Moore, K Salmon, ...
Journal of experimental child psychology 104 (1), 89-104, 2009
Let's look at leeks! Picture books increase toddlers' willingness to look at, taste and consume unfamiliar vegetables
P Heath, C Houston-Price, O Kennedy
Frontiers in psychology 5, 191, 2014
Should healthy eating programmes incorporate interaction with foods in different sensory modalities? A review of the evidence
P Dazeley, C Houston-Price, C Hill
British Journal of Nutrition 108 (5), 769-777, 2012
How infants and young children learn about food: A systematic review
M Mura Paroche, SJ Caton, CMJL Vereijken, H Weenen, C Houston-Price
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1046, 2017
Combining representations in working memory: A brief report
JN Towse, CMT Houston‐Price
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 19 (3), 319-324, 2001
Object-label covariation: A cue for the acquisition of nouns
E Mather, G Schafer, C Houston-Price
Poster presented at the meeting of the International Society of Infant …, 2004
Once upon a time, there was a pulchritudinous princess...: The role of word definitions and multiple story contexts in children's learning of difficult vocabulary
KS Wilkinson, C Houston-Price
Applied Psycholinguistics 34 (3), 591-613, 2013
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