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Jane S. Herbert
Jane S. Herbert
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Imitation from television by 24‐and 30‐month‐olds
H Hayne, J Herbert, G Simcock
Developmental Science 6 (3), 254-261, 2003
2562003
Perceptual training prevents the emergence of the other race effect during infancy
M Heron-Delaney, G Anzures, JS Herbert, PC Quinn, AM Slater, ...
PloS one 6 (5), e19858, 2011
1962011
A systemic review of maternal wellbeing and its relationship with maternal fetal attachment and early postpartum bonding
J McNamara, ML Townsend, JS Herbert
PloS one 14 (7), e0220032, 2019
1912019
Memory retrieval by 18–30-month-olds: Age-related changes in representational flexibility.
J Herbert, H Hayne
Developmental Psychology 36 (4), 473, 2000
1892000
What paves the way to conventional language? The predictive value of babble, pointing, and socioeconomic status
M McGillion, JS Herbert, J Pine, M Vihman, R DePaolis, T Keren‐Portnoy, ...
Child development 88 (1), 156-166, 2017
1692017
A randomised controlled trial to test the effect of promoting caregiver contingent talk on language development in infants from diverse socioeconomic status backgrounds
M McGillion, JM Pine, JS Herbert, D Matthews
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 58 (10), 1122-1131, 2017
1632017
Efficacy of maternal choline supplementation during pregnancy in mitigating adverse effects of prenatal alcohol exposure on growth and cognitive function: a randomized, double …
SW Jacobson, RC Carter, CD Molteno, ME Stanton, JS Herbert, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 42 (7), 1327-1341, 2018
1452018
Timely sleep facilitates declarative memory consolidation in infants
S Seehagen, C Konrad, JS Herbert, S Schneider
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (5), 1625-1629, 2015
1402015
Supporting early vocabulary development: What sort of responsiveness matters?
ML McGillion, JS Herbert, JM Pine, T Keren-Portnoy, MM Vihman, ...
IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development 5 (3), 240-248, 2013
1332013
Crawling is associated with more flexible memory retrieval by 9‐month‐old infants
J Herbert, J Gross, H Hayne
Developmental Science 10 (2), 183-189, 2007
1232007
Exploring memory in infancy: Deferred imitation and the development of declarative memory
EJH Jones, JS Herbert
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and …, 2006
1072006
The ontogeny of long‐term retention during the second year of life
J Herbert, H Hayne
Developmental Science 3 (1), 50-56, 2000
962000
The effect of prior practice on memory reactivation and generalization
H Hayne, R Barr, J Herbert
Child Development 74 (6), 1615-1627, 2003
932003
Verbal cues facilitate memory retrieval during infancy
H Hayne, J Herbert
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 89 (2), 127-139, 2004
862004
The ontogeny of human learning in delay, long-delay, and trace eyeblink conditioning.
JS Herbert, CO Eckerman, ME Stanton
Behavioral Neuroscience 117 (6), 1196, 2003
722003
Infant imitation from televised peer and adult models
S Seehagen, JS Herbert
Infancy 16 (2), 113-136, 2011
562011
Age-related changes in deferred imitation between 6 and 9 months of age
J Herbert, J Gross, H Hayne
Infant Behavior and Development 29 (1), 136-139, 2006
552006
The relationship between digital media use during pregnancy, maternal psychological wellbeing, and maternal-fetal attachment
M Smith, AS Mitchell, ML Townsend, JS Herbert
PloS one 15 (12), e0243898, 2020
472020
Measuring infant memory: Does the ruler matter?
J Gross, H Hayne, J Herbert, P Sowerby
Developmental Psychobiology 40 (2), 183-192, 2002
472002
The role of demonstrator familiarity and language cues on infant imitation from television
S Seehagen, JS Herbert
Infant Behavior and Development 33 (2), 168-175, 2010
382010
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