Daniel Weiss

Associate Professor of Psychology

Research Summary

The cognitive mechanisms underlying language acquisition

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Publication Tags

Learning Language Primates Multilingualism Statistical Learning Cues Efficiency Acoustics Experiment Posture Aptitude Bilingualism Manipulation Hand Strength Language Acquisition Primacy Sampling Parents Word Learning Planning Cognition Saguinus Oedipus Structural Change Thumb Segmentation

Most Recent Papers

Bilingualism and Attention in Typically Developing Children and Children With Developmental Language Disorder

Jisook Park, Carol A. Miller, Teenu Sanjeevan, Janet G. van Hell, Daniel J. Weiss, Elina Mainela-Arnold, 2019, Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR on p. 4105-4118

Stacking the evidence

Nathan R. George, Federica Bulgarelli, Mary Roe, Daniel J. Weiss, 2019, Cognition

Multi-pattern visual statistical learning in monolinguals and bilinguals

Federica Bulgarelli, Laura Bosch, Daniel J. Weiss, 2019, Frontiers in Psychology

Inferential Reasoning in the Visual and Auditory Modalities by Cotton-Top Tamarins (Saguinus oedipus)

Lisa A. Heimbauer, Tinika N. Johns, Daniel J. Weiss, 2019, Journal of Comparative Psychology

Statistical learning of multiple speech streams

Viridiana L. Benitez, Federica Bulgarelli, Krista Byers-Heinlein, Jenny R. Saffran, Daniel J. Weiss, 2019, Developmental Science

Sampling over nonuniform distributions

Elisabeth A. Karuza, Ping Li, Daniel J. Weiss, Federica Bulgarelli, Benjamin D. Zinszer, Richard N. Aslin, 2016, Journal of cognitive neuroscience on p. 1484-1500

Anchors aweigh

Federica Bulgarelli, Daniel J. Weiss, 2016, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition on p. 1621-1631

The influence of bilingualism on statistical word learning

Timothy J. Poepsel, Daniel J. Weiss, 2016, Cognition on p. 9-19

Audiovisual perceptual learning with multiple speakers

Aaron D. Mitchel, Chip Gerfen, Daniel J. Weiss, 2016, Journal of Phonetics on p. 66-74

Second-order motor planning in children

Kathrin Wunsch, Daniel J. Weiss, Thomas Schack, Matthias Weigelt, 2015, Psychological Research on p. 669-677

Most-Cited Papers

Cognition, action, and object manipulation

David A. Rosenbaum, Kate M. Chapman, Matthias Weigelt, Daniel J. Weiss, Robrecht van der Wel, 2012, Psychological Bulletin on p. 924-946

Learning Across Senses

Aaron D. Mitchel, Daniel J. Weiss, 2011, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition on p. 1081-1091

What's in a grasp?

David A. Rosenbaum, Oliver Herbort, Robrecht Van Der Wel, Daniel J. Weiss, 2014, American Scientist on p. 366-373

The influence of bilingualism on statistical word learning

Timothy J. Poepsel, Daniel J. Weiss, 2016, Cognition on p. 9-19

Noise-induced frequency modifications of tamarin vocalizations

Cara F. Hotchkin, Susan E. Parks, Daniel J. Weiss, 2015, PloS one

Multimodal integration in statistical learning

Aaron D. Mitchel, Morten H. Christiansen, Daniel J. Weiss, 2014, Frontiers in Psychology

Can working memory and inhibitory control predict second language learning in the classroom?

Jared A. Linck, Daniel J. Weiss, 2015, SAGE Open

Visual speech segmentation

Aaron D. Mitchel, Daniel J. Weiss, 2013, Language, Cognition and Neuroscience on p. 771-780

Second-order motor planning in children

Kathrin Wunsch, Daniel J. Weiss, Thomas Schack, Matthias Weigelt, 2015, Psychological Research on p. 669-677

Sampling over nonuniform distributions

Elisabeth A. Karuza, Ping Li, Daniel J. Weiss, Federica Bulgarelli, Benjamin D. Zinszer, Richard N. Aslin, 2016, Journal of cognitive neuroscience on p. 1484-1500