Natalia Kartushina
Natalia Kartushina
Associate Professor, University of Oslo
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Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed-speech preference
ManyBabies Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
The effect of phonetic production training with visual feedback on the perception and production of foreign speech sounds
N Kartushina, A Hervais-Adelman, UH Frauenfelder, N Golestani
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138 (2), 817-832, 2015
On the effects of L2 perception and of individual differences in L1 production on L2 pronunciation
N Kartushina, UH Frauenfelder
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1246, 2014
Mutual influences between native and non-native vowels in production: Evidence from short-term visual articulatory feedback training
N Kartushina, A Hervais-Adelman, UH Frauenfelder, N Golestani
Journal of Phonetics 57, 21-39, 2016
How and when does the second language influence the production of native speech sounds: A literature review
N Kartushina, UH Frauenfelder, N Golestani
Language Learning 66 (S2), 155-186, 2016
On the role of L1 speech production in L2 perception: Evidence from Spanish learners of French
N Kartushina, UH Frauenfelder
Proceedings of the 14th Interspeech conference, 2118-2122, 2013
Talker and acoustic variability in learning to produce nonnative sounds: Evidence from articulatory training
N Kartushina, CD Martin
Language Learning 69 (1), 71-105, 2019
Word knowledge in six-to nine-month-old Norwegian infants? Not without additional frequency cues
N Kartushina, J Mayor
Royal Society open science 6 (9), 180711, 2019
Third-language learning affects bilinguals’ production in both their native languages: A longitudinal study of dynamic changes in L1, L2 and L3 vowel production
N Kartushina, CD Martin
Journal of Phonetics 77, 100920, 2019
e-Babylab: An open-source browser-based tool for unmoderated online developmental studies
CH Lo, N Mani, N Kartushina, J Mayor, J Hermes
PsyArXiv, 2021
The relationship between executive functions and language production in 5–6-year-old children: Insights from working memory and storytelling
A Veraksa, D Bukhalenkova, N Kartushina, E Oshchepkova
Behavioral Sciences 10 (2), 52, 2020
COVID-19 first lockdown as a unique window into language acquisition: What you do (with your child) matters.
N Kartushina, N Mani, A Aktan-Erciyes, K Alaslani, NJ Aldrich, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Toddlers raised in multi-dialectal families learn words better in accented speech than those raised in monodialectal families
N Kartushina, A Rosslund, J Mayor
Journal of Child Language, 1-26, 2021
Tablet assessment of word comprehension reveals coarse word representations in 18– 20‐month‐old toddlers
CH Lo, A Rosslund, JH Chai, J Mayor, N Kartushina
Infancy 26 (4), 596-616, 2021
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), 1-15, 2022
Investigating vulnerabilities in grammatical processing of bilinguals: Insights from Basque-Spanish adults and children
M Pourquié, H Lacroix, N Kartushina
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 9 (4-5), 600-627, 2019
The Relationship of Executive Functions and Speech Production in Senior Preschool Children: Working Memory and Storytelling
AN Veraksa, ES Oshchepkova, DA Bukhalenkova, NA Kartushina
Clinical Psychology and Special Education 8 (3), 56-84, 2019
COVID-19 first lockdown as a window into language acquisition: associations between caregiver-child activities and vocabulary gains
N Kartushina, N Mani, A Aktan-Erciyes, K Alaslani, NJ Aldrich, AAH Alroqi, ...
Parents’ hyper-pitch and vowel category compactness in infant-directed speech are associated with 18-month-old toddlers’ expressive vocabulary
A Rosslund, J Mayor, G Óturai, N Kartushina
PsyArXiv, 2021
Tablet Assessment of Word Comprehension Reveals Coarse Word Representations in 18-20-month-old Toddlers
CH Lo, A Rosslund, JH Chai, J Mayor, N Kartushina
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