Noam Siegelman
Noam Siegelman
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Haskins Laboratories
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Domain generality versus modality specificity: The paradox of statistical learning
R Frost, BC Armstrong, N Siegelman, MH Christiansen
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (3), 117-125, 2015
Statistical learning as an individual ability: Theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence
N Siegelman, R Frost
Journal of memory and language 81, 105-120, 2015
What predicts successful literacy acquisition in a second language?
R Frost, N Siegelman, A Narkiss, L Afek
Psychological science 24 (7), 1243-1252, 2013
Measuring individual differences in statistical learning: Current pitfalls and possible solutions
N Siegelman, L Bogaerts, R Frost
Behavior research methods 49, 418-432, 2017
Towards a theory of individual differences in statistical learning
N Siegelman, L Bogaerts, MH Christiansen, R Frost
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
Linguistic entrenchment: Prior knowledge impacts statistical learning performance
N Siegelman, L Bogaerts, A Elazar, J Arciuli, R Frost
Cognition 177, 198-213, 2018
Redefining “learning” in statistical learning: What does an online measure reveal about the assimilation of visual regularities?
N Siegelman, L Bogaerts, O Kronenfeld, R Frost
Cognitive science 42, 692-727, 2018
Expanding horizons of cross-linguistic research on reading: The Multilingual Eye-movement Corpus (MECO)
N Siegelman, S Schroeder, C Acartürk, HD Ahn, S Alexeeva, S Amenta, ...
Behavior research methods 54 (6), 2843-2863, 2022
Individual differences in learning the regularities between orthography, phonology and semantics predict early reading skills
N Siegelman, JG Rueckl, LM Steacy, SJ Frost, M van den Bunt, JD Zevin, ...
Journal of memory and language 114, 104145, 2020
Statistical learning and language impairments: Toward more precise theoretical accounts
L Bogaerts, N Siegelman, R Frost
Perspectives on Psychological science 16 (2), 319-337, 2021
Text reading in English as a second language: Evidence from the Multilingual Eye-Movements Corpus
V Kuperman, N Siegelman, S Schroeder, C Acartürk, S Alexeeva, ...
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 45 (1), 3-37, 2023
Splitting the variance of statistical learning performance: A parametric investigation of exposure duration and transitional probabilities
L Bogaerts, N Siegelman, R Frost
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23, 1250-1256, 2016
The advantage of starting big: Learning from unsegmented input facilitates mastery of grammatical gender in an artificial language
N Siegelman, I Arnon
Journal of Memory and Language 85, 60-75, 2015
Is there such a thing as a ‘good statistical learner’?
L Bogaerts, N Siegelman, MH Christiansen, R Frost
Trends in cognitive sciences 26 (1), 25-37, 2022
Statistical learning abilities and their relation to language
N Siegelman
Language and Linguistics Compass 14 (3), e12365, 2020
Using information-theoretic measures to characterize the structure of the writing system: The case of orthographic-phonological regularities in English
N Siegelman, DM Kearns, JG Rueckl
Behavior research methods 52, 1292-1312, 2020
What exactly is learned in visual statistical learning? Insights from Bayesian modeling
N Siegelman, L Bogaerts, BC Armstrong, R Frost
Cognition 192, 104002, 2019
Transposed-letter priming effect in Hebrew in the same–different task
S Kinoshita, D Norris, N Siegelman
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (7), 1296-1305, 2012
The multi-faceted nature of visual statistical learning: Individual differences in learning conditional and distributional regularities across time and space
B Growns, N Siegelman, KA Martire
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 27 (6), 1291-1299, 2020
Is the Hebb repetition task a reliable measure of individual differences in sequence learning?
L Bogaerts, N Siegelman, T Ben-Porat, R Frost
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (4), 892-905, 2018
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