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    Pupillary entrainment reveals individual differences in cue weighting in 9-month-old German-learning infants.Mireia Marimon, Barbara Höhle & Alan Langus - 2022 - Cognition 224 (C):105054.
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    Quantifying the role of rhythm in infants' language discrimination abilities: A meta-analysis.Loretta Gasparini, Alan Langus, Sho Tsuji & Natalie Boll-Avetisyan - 2021 - Cognition 213 (C):104757.
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    A new perspective on word order preferences: the availability of a lexicon triggers the use of SVO word order.Hanna Marno, Alan Langus, Mahmoud Omidbeigi, Sina Asaadi, Shima Seyed-Allaei & Marina Nespor - 2015 - Frontiers in Psychology 6:152231.
    Word orders are not distributed equally: SOV and SVO are the most prevalent among the world's languages. While there is a consensus that SOV might be the “default” order in human languages, the factors that trigger the preference for SVO are still a matter of debate. Here we provide a new perspective on word order preferences that emphasizes the role of a lexicon. We propose that while there is a tendency to favor SOV in the case of improvised communication, the (...)
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    In medio stat virtus: Theoretical and methodological extremes regarding reciprocity will not explain complex social behaviors.Claudia Civai & Alan Langus - 2012 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (1):22-23.
    Guala contests the validity of strong reciprocity as a key element in shaping social behavior by contrasting evidence from experimental games to that of natural and historic data. He suggests that in order to understand the evolution of social behavior researchers should focus on natural data and weak reciprocity. We disagree with Guala's proposal to shift the focus of the study from one extreme of the spectrum (strong reciprocity) to the other extreme (weak reciprocity). We argue that the study of (...)
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    Spontaneous object and movement representations in 4-month-old human infants and albino Swiss mice.Alan Langus, Amanda Saksida, Daniela Braida, Roberta Martucci, Mariaelvina Sala & Marina Nespor - 2015 - Cognition 137 (C):63-71.
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