École Normale Supérieure
2016 - Member of Academia Europaea
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Perception, Language acquisition, Phrase, Phonology and Syntax. Her study looks at the relationship between Perception and fields such as Cognition, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Her research in Language acquisition intersects with topics in Cognitive psychology, Stress and Bootstrapping.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Prosody and Language development. She combines subjects such as Sentence, Phrase structure rules, Intonation and Auditory perception with her study of Prosody. Her Phonology study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Phonetics, Consonant, Vowel and Old French.
Anne Christophe spends much of her time researching Language acquisition, Noun, Prosody, Verb and Natural language processing. The various areas that Anne Christophe examines in her Language acquisition study include Syntactic bootstrapping, Context, Phonology and Lexicon. Her work carried out in the field of Noun brings together such families of science as Lexical item, Syntactic category and Categorization.
Her Prosody research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Syntax, Parsing and First language. She has included themes like Sentence, Object, Homophone and Adjective in her Verb study. Anne Christophe has researched Natural language processing in several fields, including Word and Artificial intelligence.
Anne Christophe mainly focuses on Language acquisition, Context, Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing and Syntactic bootstrapping. She has included themes like Syntax and Noun in her Language acquisition study. As a part of the same scientific family, Anne Christophe mostly works in the field of Noun, focusing on Syntactic category and, on occasion, Vocabulary development, Word and Cognitive psychology.
Her Context study incorporates themes from Grammatical gender, Homophone, Lexicon, Learnability and Natural language. Her work on Sentence and Bootstrapping as part of general Artificial intelligence research is often related to Function, thus linking different fields of science. Anne Christophe works mostly in the field of Syntactic bootstrapping, limiting it down to topics relating to Verb and, in certain cases, Pronoun.
Her primary areas of study are Language acquisition, Prosody, Action, Syntax and Context. Her Language acquisition study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Grammatical gender. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Object, Word and Lexical acquisition.
Her Action research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Vocabulary development, Word, Noun, Syntactic category and Cognitive psychology. Her Context research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Homophone, Natural language, Lexicon, Learnability and Homophony.
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Newborns' cry melody is shaped by their native language
Birgit Mampe;Angela D. Friederici;Anne Christophe;Kathleen Wermke.
Current Biology (2009)
Do infants perceive word boundaries? An empirical study of the bootstrapping of lexical acquisition
Anne Christophe;Emmanuel Dupoux;Josiane Bertoncini;Jacques Mehler.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1994)
Phonological phrase boundaries constrain lexical access II. Infant data
Anne Christophe;Sharon Peperkamp;Sharon Peperkamp;Christophe Pallier;Eliza Block.
Journal of Memory and Language (2004)
Brain Responses in 4-Month-Old Infants Are Already Language Specific
Angela D. Friederici;Manuela Friedrich;Anne Christophe.
Current Biology (2007)
Bootstrapping lexical and syntactic acquisition.
Anne Christophe;Séverine Millotte;Savita Bernal;Jeffrey Lidz.
Language and Speech (2008)
Prosodic structure and syntactic acquisition: the case of the head-direction parameter
Anne Christophe;Marina Nespor;Maria Teresa Guasti;Brit Van Ooyen.
Developmental Science (2003)
A Neural Marker of Perceptual Consciousness in Infants
Sid Kouider;Sid Kouider;Carsten Stahlhut;Sofie V. Gelskov;Sofie V. Gelskov;Leonardo S. Barbosa.
Perceptual adjustment to time-compressed speech: a cross-linguistic study.
Christophe Pallier;Nuria Sebastian-Gallés;Emmanuel Dupoux;Anne Christophe.
Memory & Cognition (1998)
Discovering words in the continuous speech stream: the role of prosody
Anne Christophe;Ariel Gout;Sharon Peperkamp;Sharon Peperkamp;James Morgan;James Morgan.
Journal of Phonetics (2003)
Selecting word order: the Rhytmic Activation Principle
Nespor;M.-T. Guasti;A. Christophe.
Interfaces in Phonology (1996)
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