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Dr. Kalim Gonzales

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Lecturer, Brain and Language Lab
Center for Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
kalimg@gdufs.edu.cn



RESEARCH INTERESTS
bilingualism, cognitive development, speech perception, statistical learning, exemplar theory, Bayesian theory, Asian languages


EDUCATION
Ph.D., Psychology, 2013                                                        
Cognition and Neural Systems                                                      
Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences minor
University of Arizona


COURSES

Cognitive Psychology

Language Science

Cognitive Development  


PUBLICATIONS
Gonzales, K., & Gómez, R.L. (in preparation). Integrating memories of abstract grammar  patterns across talkers at 12-months: Not without sleep.
    

Gonzales, K., Gerken, L.A., & Gómez, R.L. (in preparation). From acoustic detail to abstract grammar? How indexical variation constrains infants’ grammar generalizations.

Gonzales, K., Gerken, L.A., & Gómez, R.L. (Under Review). Twelve-month-olds form stable representations of transient regularities.

Gonzales, K., & Lotto, A.J. (2013). A “bafri”, un “pafri”: Bilinguals’ pseudoword identifications support language-specific phonetic systems. Psychological Science.

Sandoval, M., Gonzales, K., & Gómez, R.L. (2011). The road to word class acquisition is paved with  distributional and sound cues. In P. Rebuschat, & N.J. Williams (Eds.), Statistical Learning and Language Acquistion. Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter Mouton.

PRESENTATIONS
Gonzales, K., & Gómez, R.L. (Presenter), Sleep leads to generalization in infant language learners through reduced reliance on indexical information. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Annual Meeting, San Diego CA, November, 2013.

Gonzales, K.,. & Gómez, R.L. (Presenter), Infants prioritize regularity spontaneously during incidental learning. Poster presented at the Learning to Attend, Attending to Learn workshop, San Diego CA, November, 2013.

Gonzales, K., Nonlinguistic contextual cues in language learning. Invited Skype talk for Dr. Patrick Wong’s Laboratory for Language, Learning, and the Brain, Hong Kong, June, 2013.

Gonzales, K., & Gómez, R.L. Bilingualism promotes indexically-cued segregation of language structures in infancy. Poster presented at the 37th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA, November, 2012.

Gonzales, K., Lotto, A.J. There are monolinguals and then there are second language learners. Poster presented at the 6th Annual Meeting of the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Tucson, AZ, January, 2012.

Gonzales, K., Gómez, R.L., & Gerken, L.A. 12-month-olds use voice and temporal cues to extract structure that only one of two speakers follows consistently. Paper presented at the 36th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA, November, 2011.

Gonzales, K., Gómez, R.L., & Gerken, L.A. Statistical learning with noisy input. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Meeting of the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Tucson, AZ, January, 2011.

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