JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS & CHAPTERS

IN PREP AND UNDER REVIEW

Zettersten, M., Bredemann, C., Kaul, M., Vlach, H., Kirkorian, H., & Lupyan, G. (under review). Nameability supports rule-based category learning in children and adults. [preprint]

Zettersten, M., Choi, K., Kirkorian, H., & Saffran, J. (in prep). Children actively select words that support learning.

Schreiner, M., Bergmann, C., Frank, Michael C., Fritzsche, T., Gonzalez-Gomez, N., Hamlin, K., Kartushina, N., Kellier, D.J., Mani, N., Mayor, J., Saffran, J., Shukla, M., Silverstein, P., Soderstrom, M., Zettersten, M., & Lippold, M. (in prep). Assessing test-retest reliability in infant-directed speech preference measures.

Bergmann, C., Zettersten, M., Soderstrom, M., Tsui, A.S.T., Mayor, J., Lundwall, R.A., Lewis, M., Kosie, J.E., Kartushina, N., Fusaroli, R., Frank, M.C., Byers-Heinlein, K., Black, A.K., & Mathur, M.B. (in prep). Investigating discrepancies between multisite replications and published meta-analyses: A case study.

ACCEPTED

Zettersten, M.*, Weaver, H.*, & Saffran, J. (Stage 1 registered report, in-principle acceptance). Becoming word meaning experts: Infants’ processing of familiar words in the context of typical and atypical exemplars. Child Development. *equal authorship [preprint]

2022

Zettersten, M., Yurovsky, D., Xu, T. L., Uner, S., Tsui, A.S.T., Schneider, R. M., Saleh, A. N., Meylan, S. C., Marchman, V., Mankewitz, J., MacDonald, K., Long, B., Lewis, M., Kachergis, G., Handa, K., deMayo, B., Carstensen, A., Braginsky, M., Boyce, V., Bhatt, N., Bergey, C. A., & Frank, M.C. (2022). Peekbank: An open, large-scale repository for developmental eye-tracking data of children’s word recognition. Behavior Research Methods. [preprint]

Koranda, M., Zettersten, M., & MacDonald, M. (2022). Good-enough production: Selecting easier words instead of more accurate ones. Psychological Science. [preprint]

Zettersten, M., Pomper, R., & Saffran, J. (2022). Valid points and looks: Reliability and validity go hand-in-hand when improving infant methods. Infant and Child Development, e2326.

Wojcik, E., Zettersten, M., & Benitez, V. (2022). The map trap: Why and how word learning research should move beyond mapping. WIREs Cognitive Science, e1596.

Visser, I., Bergmann, C., Byers-Heinlein, K., Dal Ben, R., Duch, W., Forbes, S., Franchin, L., Frank, M. C., Geraci, A., Hamlin, J. K., Kaldy, Z., Kulke, L., Laverty, C., Lew-Williams, C., Mateu, V., Mayor, J., Moreau, D., Nomikou, I., Schuwerk, T., Simpson, E. A., Singh, L., Soderstrom, M., Sullivan, J., van den Heuvel, M. I., Westermann, G., Yamada, Y., Zaadnoordijk, L., Zettersten, M. (in press). Improving the generalizability of infant psychological research: The ManyBabies model. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 45, E35. [commentary on The generalizability crisis, by Tal Yarkoni] [preprint]

Woodard, K., Zettersten, M., & Pollak, S.D. (2022). The representation of emotion knowledge across development. Child Development, 93(3), e237-e250.

2021

Lupyan, G., & Zettersten, M. (2021). Does vocabulary help structure the mind? In Sera, M., & Koenig, M. (Eds.). Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology: Human Communication: Origins, Mechanisms, and Functions, Volume 40 (pp. 160-199). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. [preprint]

Santolin, C., Garcia-Castro, G., Zettersten, M., Sebastian-Galles, N., & Saffran, J. (2021). Experience with research paradigms relates to infants’ direction of preference. Infancy, 26(1), 39-46. [preprint]

Zettersten, M., & Saffran, J. (2021). Sampling to learn words: Adults and children sample words that reduce referential ambiguity. Developmental Science, 24(3), e13064.

2020

​Benitez, V., Zettersten, M., & Wojcik, E. (2020). The temporal structure of naming events differentially affects children’s and adults’ statistical word-referent learning. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 200, 104961. [preprint]

Byers-Heinlein, K., Bergmann, C., Davies, C., Frank, M. C., Hamlin, K., Kline, M., …, Zettersten, M., & Soderstrom, M. (2020). Building a collaborative Psychological Science: Lessons from ManyBabies 1. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne, 61(4), 349-363. [preprint]

Zettersten, M., Potter, C., & Saffran, J. (2020). Tuning in to non-adjacencies: Exposure to learnable patterns supports discovering otherwise difficult structures. Cognition, 202, 104283.

The ManyBabies Consortium (2020). Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed speech preference. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 3(1), 24–52.

Zettersten, M., Schonberg, C., & Lupyan, G. (2020). What does a radical exemplar view not predict? A commentary on Ambridge (2020). First Language, 40, 636-639.

Zettersten, M., & Lupyan, G. (2020). Finding categories through words: More nameable features improve category learning. Cognition, 196, 104135. [preprint]

2019

Lewis, M., Zettersten, M., & Lupyan, G. (2019). Distributional semantics as a source of visual knowledge. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(39), 19237-19238. [preprint][SI]

Zettersten, M. (2019). Learning by predicting: How predictive processing informs language development. In Busse, B., & Moehlig-Falke, R. (Eds.). Patterns in Language and Linguistics: New Perspectives on a Ubiquitous Concept (pp. 255-288). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

2018

Zettersten, M., Wojcik, E. W., Benitez, V., & Saffran, J. R. (2018). The company objects keep: Linking referents together during cross-situational word learning. Journal of Memory & Language, 99, 62-73.

2014

Hoehl, S., Zettersten, M., Schleihauf, H., Graetz, S., & Pauen, S. (2014). The role of social interaction and pedagogical cues for eliciting and reducing overimitation in preschoolers. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 122, 122-133.

PEER-REVIEWED PROCEEDINGS PAPERS

Zettersten, M., Bergey, C. A., Bhatt, N., Boyce, V., Braginsky, M., Carstensen, A., deMayo, B., Kachergis, G., Lewis, M., Long, B., MacDonald, K., Mankewitz, J., Meylan, S. C., Saleh, A. N., Schneider, R. M., Tsui, A.S.T., Uner, S., Xu, T. L., Yurovsky, D., & Frank, M.C. (2021). Peekbank: Exploring children’s word recognition through an open, large-scale repository for developmental eye-tracking data. Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. [preprint]

Zettersten, M., Suffill, E., & Lupyan, G. (2020). Nameability predicts subjective and objective measures of visual similarity. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.

Woodard, K., Zettersten, M., & Pollak, S.D. (2020). Developmental changes in children’s knowledge of facial configurations. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. [accepted as a paper but published as an abstract]

Zettersten, M., & Saffran, J. (2019). Sampling to learn words: Adults and children sample words that reduce referential ambiguity. In A.K. Goel, C.M. Seifert, & C. Freksa (Eds.), Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1261-1267). Montreal, QB: Cognitive Science Society.

Koranda, M.*, Zettersten, M.*, & McDonald, M. (2018). Word frequency can affect what you choose to say. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. *equal authorship

Zettersten, M., Potter, C., & Saffran, J. (2018). Tuning in to non-adjacent dependencies: How experience with learnable patterns supports learning novel regularities. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.

Zettersten, M., & Lupyan, G. (2018). Using language to discover categories: more nameable features improve category learning. In C. Cuskley, M. Flaherty, H. Little, Luke McCrohon, A. Ravignani, & T. Verhoef (Eds.), The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference (EVOLANGXII). NCU Press.

DISSERTATION

Zettersten, M. (2020). Seeking new words: Active word learning in infants and children. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2020. 27994650.