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Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception - UMR 8242
Uni­ver­sité Paris Descartes
45 Rue des Saints Pères
75270 Paris Cedex 06
France

Louise GOYET

Assistant professor
Speech perception group

louise.goyet@-Code a retirer pour éviter le SPAM-gmail.com
+33 (0) 1 42 86 43 14, room 603

Articles

  • Barrière I, Goyet L, Kresh S, Legendre G, Nazzi T. (2016). Uncovering productive morphosyntax in French-learning toddlers: a multidimensional methodology perspective. Journal of Child Language, 43(5), 1131-1157. (PDF)
  • Nishibayashi L-L, Goyet L, Nazzi T. (2015). Early speech segmentation in French-learning infants: monosyllabic words versus embedded syllables. Language & Speech., 58, 334-350.
  • Goyet L. (2013). La musique : harmonie et développment. Médecine & Enfance, in press.
  • Goyet L, Nishibayashi L-L, Nazzi T. (2013). Early syllabic segmentation of fluent speech by infants acquiring French. Plos One, 8, e79646. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Goyet L, Sundara M, Polka L. (2012). Différences linguistiques et dialectales dans la mise en place des procédures de segmentation de la parole. Enfance, 64, 127-146. (PDF)
  • Nazzi T, Barrière I, Goyet L, Kresh S, Legendre G. (2011). Tracking irregular morphophonological dependencies in natural language: Evidence from the acquisition of subject-verb agreement in French. Cognition, 120, 119–135. (PDF)
  • Goyet L, de Schonen S, Nazzi T. (2010). Words and syllables in fluent speech segmentation by French-learning infants: an ERP study. Brain Res.
  • Legendre G, Barriere I, Goyet L, Nazzi T. (2010). Comprehension of infrequent subject-verb agreement forms: Evidence from French-learning children. Child Development, 81, 1859–1875. (PDF)
  • Mersad K, Goyet L, Nazzi T. (2010). Cross-linguistic differences in early word form segmentation: a rhythmic-based account. Journal of Portuguese Linguistics, 9/10, 37-65. (PDF)

Chapitres

  • Goyet L, Millotte S, Christophe A, , Nazzi T. (2012). Processing continuous speech in infancy: From major prosodic units to isolated word forms. In J. Lidz J Pater and W. Snyder (Ed) Oxford Handbook of Developmental Linguistics, Oxford University Press ed..
  • Legendre G, Culbertson J, Barrière I, Nazzi T, , Goyet L. (2012). Experimental and empirical evidence for the status and acquisition of subject clitics and agreement marking in adult and child Spoken French. In V. Torrens L Escobar A Gavarro and J.G. Mangado (Ed) Movement and Clitics, Cambridge Scholars Publishing ed..
  • Barrière I, Goyet L, Nazzi T, Kresh S, , Legendre G. (2011). The representation of subject-verb agreement in French-learning toddlers: New evidence from the comprehension of an infrequent pattern of pseudoverbs. In (Ed) Proceedings of the 35th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press ed. 38-48.
  • Legendre G, Barrière I, Goyet L, , Nazzi T. (2011). On the Acquisition of Implicated Presuppositions: Evidence from French Personal Pronouns. In Mihaela Pirvulescu, et al. (Eds) Selected Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (GALANA 2010), Cascadilla Proceedings Project ed. 150-162.
  • Barrière I, Legendre G, Nazzi T, Goyet L, , Kresh S. (2010). L’acquisition de l’accord sujet-verbe par les jeunes francophones natifs entre 14 et 30 mois : préférence, compréhension et environnement linguistique. In Neveu F., Muni Toke V., Durand J., Klingler T., Mo (Eds) Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress of French Linguistics, 1429-1443.
  • Legendre G, Goyet L, Barrière I, Kresh S, , Nazzi T. (2010). Sensitivity to irregular French subject-verb agreement at 18 months: Evidence from the Head Turn Preference procedure. In (Ed) Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press ed. 257-268.
  • Legendre G, Nazzi T, Barrière I, Culbertson J, Lopez-Gonzalez M, Goyet L, , Zaroukian E. (2007). Acquiring Subject-verb Agreement in French: Evidence for Abstract Knowledge from Comprehension. In (Ed) 31st Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 370-381.