Sho Tsuji
Sho Tsuji
University of Tokyo
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Promoting replicability in developmental research through meta‐analyses: Insights from language acquisition research
C Bergmann, S Tsuji, PE Piccinini, ML Lewis, M Braginsky, MC Frank, ...
Child development 89 (6), 1996-2009, 2018
Perceptual attunement in vowels: A meta‐analysis
S Tsuji, A Cristia
Developmental psychobiology 56 (2), 179-191, 2014
Community-Augmented Meta-Analyses Toward Cumulative Data Assessment
S Tsuji, C Bergmann, A Cristia
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (6), 661-665, 2014
Symbouki: a meta‐analysis on the emergence of sound symbolism in early language acquisition
M Fort, I Lammertink, S Peperkamp, A Guevara‐Rukoz, P Fikkert, S Tsuji
Developmental science 21 (5), e12659, 2018
Even at 4 months, a labial is a good enough coronal, but not vice versa
S Tsuji, R Mazuka, A Cristia, P Fikkert
Cognition 134, 252-256, 2015
Development of non‐native vowel discrimination: Improvement without exposure
R Mazuka, M Hasegawa, S Tsuji
Developmental psychobiology 56 (2), 192-209, 2014
Transparency and reproducibility of meta-analyses in psychology: A meta-review
JR Polanin, EA Hennessy, S Tsuji
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (4), 1026-1041, 2020
A quantitative synthesis of early language acquisition using meta-analysis
M Lewis, M Braginsky, S Tsuji, C Bergmann, P Piccinini, A Cristia, ...
PsyArXiv, 2016
Top-down versus bottom-up theories of phonological acquisition: A big data approach
C Bergmann, S Tsuji, A Cristia
Interspeech 2017, 2103-2107, 2017
The role of the input on the development of the LC bias: A crosslinguistic comparison
N Gonzalez-Gomez, A Hayashi, S Tsuji, R Mazuka, T Nazzi
Cognition 132 (3), 301-311, 2014
The labial–coronal effect revisited: Japanese adults say pata, but hear tapa
S Tsuji, NG Gomez, V Medina, T Nazzi, R Mazuka
Cognition 125 (3), 413-428, 2012
Addressing Publication Bias in Meta-Analysis
S Tsuji, A Cristia, MC Frank, C Bergmann
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2020
Which Acoustic and Phonological Factors Shape Infants’ Vowel Discrimination? Exploiting Natural Variation in InPhonDB.
S Tsuji, A Cristia
Proceedings of Interspeech, 2108-2112, 2017
Segmental distributions and consonant-vowel association patterns in Japanese infant-and adult-directed speech
S Tsuji, K Nishikawa, R Mazuka
Journal of child language 41 (6), 1276-1304, 2014
Preregistration in infant research—A primer
N Havron, C Bergmann, S Tsuji
Infancy 25 (5), 734-754, 2020
Language-general biases and language-specific experience contribute to phonological detail in toddlers’ word representations.
S Tsuji, P Fikkert, N Yamane, R Mazuka
Developmental psychology 52 (3), 379, 2016
Communicative cues in the absence of a human interaction partner enhance 12-month-old infants’ word learning
S Tsuji, N Jincho, R Mazuka, A Cristia
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 191, 104740, 2020
The more, the better? Behavioral and neural correlates of frequent and infrequent vowel exposure
S Tsuji, P Fikkert, Y Minagawa, E Dupoux, L Filippin, M Versteegh, ...
Developmental psychobiology 59 (5), 603-612, 2017
Metalab: a tool for power analysis and experimental planning in developmental research
M Lewis, M Braginsky, C Bergmann, S Tsuji, A Cristia, M Frank
Proceedings of 40th BUCLD, 2015
What’s in a looking time preference?
C Bergmann, H Rabagliati, S Tsuji
PsyArXiv, 2019
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