*NEW!* Wewalaarachchi, T.D.* & Singh, L. (2019). Vowel, consonant and tone variation exert asymmetrical effects on spoken word recognition: Evidence from six-year-old monolingual and bilingual learners of Mandarin. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

*NEW!* Singh, L. (2019). Does Infant Speech Perception Predict Later Vocabulary Development in Bilingual Infants? Journal of Phonetics.

*NEW!* Singh, L. & Seet, S.K. (2019). The Impact of Foreign Language Caregiving on Native Language Acquisition. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

*NEW!* Singh, L., Quinn, P. C., Xiao, N. G., & Lee, K. (2019). Monolingual but not bilingual infants demonstrate racial bias in social cue use. Developmental Science. Click here to view abstract.

Singh, L., Fu, C. S. L., Seet, X. H., Tong, A. P. Y., Wang, J. L., & Best, C. T. (2018). Developmental change in tone perception in mandarin monolingual, english monolingual, and Mandarin–English bilingual infants: Divergences between monolingual and bilingual learners. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. Click here to view abstract.

Singh, L. (2018) Bilingual Infants Demonstrate Advantages in Learning Words in a Third Language. Child Development. Click here to view abstract.

Singh, L. (2017) He said, she said: Effects of bilingualism on cross-talker word recognition in infancy. Journal of Child Language. Click here to view abstract.

Wewalaarachchi, T. D., Wong, L. H., & Singh L. (2017). Vowels, Consonants and Lexical Tones: Sensitivity to phonological variation in monolingual Mandarin and bilingual English-Mandarin toddlers. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. Click here to view.

Singh, L., Fu, C.S.L., Tay, Z., Golinkoff, R. M. (2017). Novel Word Learning in Bilingual and Monolingual Infants: Evidence for a Bilingual Advantage. Child DevelopmentFirstView. Click here to view.

Escudero, P., Mulak, K.E., Fu, C.S.L., & Singh, L. (2016). More Limitations to Monolingualism: Bilinguals Outperform Monolinguals in Implicit Word Learning. Frontiers in Psychology, 7(324). DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01218. Click here to view.

Singh, L., Tan, A., & Wewalaarachchi, T. D. (2016). Lexical Tone Variation and Spoken Word Recognition in Preschool Children: Effects of Perceptual Salience. Journal of Child Language, FirstView. DOI: 10.1017/S0305000916000325. Click here to view.

Singh, L., Poh, F. L.S. & Fu, C.S.L. (2016). Limits on Monolingualism? A Comparison of Monolingual and Bilinguals Infants’ Abilities to Integrate Lexical Tone in Novel Word Learning. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00667. Click here to view.

Wewalaarachchi, T. D., & Singh, L. (2016). Effects of Suprasegmental Phonological Alternations on Early Word Recognition: Evidence from Tone Sandhi. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00627. Click here to view.

Singh, L., & Fu, C.S.L. (2016). A New View of Language Development: The Acquisition of Lexical Tone. Child Development, 87, 834–854. Click here to view.

Singh, L., & Quam, C. (2016). Can bilingual children turn one language off? Evidence from perceptual switching. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 147, 111-125. Click here to view.

Singh, L., Chee, M. (2016). Rise and fall: Effects of tone and intonation on spoken word recognition in early childhood. Journal of Phonetics, 55, 109-118.
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Singh, L., Goh, H. H., & Wewalaarachchi, T. D. (2015). Spoken word recognition in early childhood: Comparative effects of vowel, consonant and lexical tone variation. Cognition, 142, 1-11.
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Singh, L., Fu, C.S.L., Rahman, S.A., Hammed, W., Sanmugam, S., Agarwal, P., Binyan, J., Chong, Y.S., Meaney, M.J., Rifkin-Graboi, A. (2015). Back to Basics: A bilingual advantage in infant visual habituation. Child Development, 86(1), 294-302.
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Singh, L. (2014). One World, Two Languages: Cross-Language Semantic Priming in Bilingual Toddlers. Child Development, 85(2), 755–766.
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Singh, L., Tam, Hui. J., Chan, C., & Golinkoff, R. M. (2014). Influences of vowel and tone variation on emergent word knowledge: a cross‐linguistic investigation.Developmental science17(1), 94-109.
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Singh, L. & Foong, J. (2012). Influences of Lexical Tone and Pitch on Word Recognition in Bilingual Infants. Cognition, 124, 128-142.
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Singh, L., Reznick, J.S. & Liang, X. (2012). Infant word segmentation and childhood vocabulary development: A longitudinal analysis. Developmental Science, 1-14.
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Singh, L., Liederman, J. Misierwzski, R. and Barnes, J. (2011). Rapid re-acquisition of native phoneme contrasts after disuse: You do not always lose what you do not use. Developmental Science, 14(5), 949-959.
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Nadig, A., Lee, I., Singh, L., Bosshart, K. & Ozonoff, S. (2010). How does the topic of conversation affect verbal exchange and eye gaze? A comparison between typical development and high-functioning autism. Neuropsychologia, 48 (9).
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Singh, L., Nestor, S.S., Parikh, C. & Yull, A. (2009). Influences of infant-directed speech on early word recognition. Infancy, 14 (6).
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Singh, L., Nestor, S.S. & Bortfeld, H. (2008). Overcoming effects of variation on infant word recognition: Influences on word familiarity. Infancy, 13 (1).
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Singh, L. (2008). Influences of high and low variability on infant word recognition. Cognition, 106, no2, 833-870.
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Singh, L., White, K. & Morgan, J.L. (2008). Building a word-form lexicon in the face of variable input: Influences of pitch and amplitude on early spoken word recognition. Language Learning and Development. Volume 4 (2).
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Singh, L., Morgan, J., White, K. (2004). Preference and processing: The role of speech affect in early spoken word recognition. Journal of Memory and Language, Vol. 51(2), 173-189.
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Singh, L., Morgan, J. L. & Best, C. T. (2002). Infants’ listening preferences: baby talk or happy talk? Infancy, 3(3).
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Rescorla, L., Mirak, J. & Singh, L. (2000). Vocabulary growth in late talkers: Lexical development from 2;0 to 3;0. Journal of Child Language, Vol. 27 (2), 293-311.
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