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Laing, Catherine 2019. Phonological motivation for the acquisition of onomatopoeia: An analysis of early words. Language Learning and Development
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Laing, Catherine and Bergelson, Elika 2018. Effect of mothers' work on toddlers' vocabulary. Infancy
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Laing, Catherine 2018. A role for onomatopoeia in early language: evidence from phonological development. Language and Cognition
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Laing, Catherine 2017. A perceptual advantage for onomatopoeia in early word learning: Evidence from eye-tracking. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 161 , pp. 32-45. 10.1016/j.jecp.2017.03.017
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Laing, Catherine, Vihman, Marilyn and Keren-Portnoy, Tamar 2017. How salient are onomatopoeia in the early input? A prosodic analysis of infant-directed speech. Journal of Child Language 44 (05) , pp. 1117-1139. 10.1017/S0305000916000428
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Laing, Catherine E. 2014. A phonological analysis of onomatopoeia in early word production. First Language 34 (5) , pp. 387-405. 10.1177/0142723714550110

Laing, Catherine 2014. Phonological 'wildness' in early language development: exploring the role of onomatopoeia. Presented at: PARLAY 2013: 1st Postgraduate and Academic Researchers in Linguistics at York Conference, York, UK, 6 September 2013. Proceedings of the first Postgraduate and Academic Researchers in Linguistics at York (PARLAY 2013). York Papers in Linguistics York: Department of Language and Linguistic Science, University of York, pp. 48-63.
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Laing, Catherine 2013. Supporting early language development: Spirals for babies and toddlers [Book Review]. Babel: The Language Magazine 2 , p. 51.

Laing, Catherine 2011. Variation and similarity in the phonological development of French dizygotic twins: phonological bootstrapping towards segmental learning? York Papers in Linguistics 2 (11) , pp. 74-87.
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