Maria Julia CARBAJAL
September 2013
21 September 2018

Years 2-4

ED 158

Perceptual cues for language separation in bilingual infants

DUPOUX Emmanuel

Year 1

September 1, 2013 - June 27, 2014
Université Paris Descartes

Lab rot 1 (M2 internship)Infant cognitive development and Brain imaging (High-density EEG) - DEHAENE-LAMBERTZ Ghislaine

Lab rot 2Acquisition of phonological assimilation.

DUPOUX Emmanuel


Thesis Defense : 09/21/2018

Looking for a job in the private sector


Carbajal, M.J.,Fer, R. and Dupoux, E.(2016). Modeling language discrimination in infants using i- vector representations. In Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia, USA. 

Carbajal, M.J.,Dawud, A., Thiolliere, R. and Dupoux, E.(2016). The “language filter” hypothe- sis: A feasibility study of language separation in infancy using unsupervised clustering of I-vectors. In Proceedings of the 2016 Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics, Cergy-Pontoise, France, 195-201. 

Carbajal, M.J.,Chartofylaka, L., Hamilton, M., Fievet, A.C. and Peperkamp, S. (in revision) Compensation for phonological assimilation in bilingual children. 

Carbajal, M.J.and Peperkamp, S. (submitted) Dual language input and the impact of language separation on early lexical development. 


Emmanuel DUPOUX
During the last thirty years, developmental psychology have documented the surprising speed and robustness with which babies learn the linguistics and social characteristics of their maternal...