Publications

Prelinguistic infants:

Wu, Z., Chen, X., & Su, Y., & Gros-Louis, J. (2018). “She is looking at me! Shall I share?” How Chinese 
     and American preschoolers respond to eye gaze during sharing. Social Development, 27, 447-460.
     DOI: 10.1111/sode.12278.

Gros-Louis, J. & Miller, J. (2018). From ‘ah’ to ‘bah’: social feedback loops for speech 
     sounds at key points of developmental transition. Journal of Child Language, 45, 807-825.
     DOI: 10.1017/S0305000917000472.

Wu, Z., Zhang, Z., Guo, R., & Gros-Louis, J. (2017). Motivation counts: Autonomous but not
     obligated sharing promotes happiness in preschoolers. Frontiers in Psychology,
     Developmental Psychology, 8, 
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00867.

Miller, J. L., Lossia, A., Suarez-Rivera, C., & Gros-Louis, J. (2017). Toys that squeak: Toy type 
     impacts quality and quantity of parent-child interactions. First Language, 37, 630-647.
     DOI: 10.1177/0142723717714947.

Miller, J. L. & Gros-Louis, J. (2017). The effect of social responsiveness on infants’ object-directed 
     imitation. Infancy, 344-361. DOI: 10.1111/infa.12156.

Wu, Z. & Gros-Louis, J. (2017). The value of vocalizing: Ten-month-olds' vocal usage relates to 
      language outcomes at 15 months. Infancy, 22, 23-41.

Gros-Louis, J., West, M. J., King, A. P. (2016). The interaction between context
      and acoustic characteristics of prelinguistic vocalizations in influencing maternal
      responsiveness. Language Learning and Development, 12, 280-294.

Wu, Z. & Gros-Louis, J. (2014). Caregivers provide more labeling responses to
      infants’ pointing than to infants’ object-directed vocalizations. Journal of Child 
      Language, 
available on CJO2014. doi:10.1017/S030500091400022.

Gros-Louis, J., West, M. J., & King, A. P. (2014). Maternal responsiveness and the
     development of directed vocalizing in social interactions. Infancy, 19, 385-408.

Wu, Z. & Gros-Louis, J. (2014). Infants’ prelinguistic communicative acts and maternal
     responses: Relations to linguistic development. First Language, 34, 72-90.

Miller, J. L., Gros-Louis, J., Williams, E., King, A. P., & West, M. J. (2013). Socially
     guided attention influences toddlers’ communicative behavior. Infant Behavior and
     Development,
 36, 627-634.

Wu, Z., Pan, J., Su, Y., & Gros-Louis, J. (2013). How joint attention relates to cooperation in
     one and two-year-olds. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 37, 542-548.

Gros-Louis, J. & Wu, Z. (2012). Twelve-month-olds' vocal production during pointing varies
     with caregivers’ attentional focus. Infant Behavior and Development, 35, 773-778
.

Gros-Louis, J., West, M. J., King, A. P. (2010). Comparative perspectives on the
      missing link: communicative pragmatics. In: Blumberg, M. S., Freeman, J. H., &
      Robinson, S. R. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Behavioral
      Neuroscience
. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 684-707.

Gros-Louis, J., Goldstein, M.H., West, M. J., & King, A. P. (2006). Mothers provide
      differential feedback to infants' prelinguistic sounds. International Journal of
      Behavioral Development, 30,
112-119.

Animal communication:

Gros-Louis, J., Perry, S., Fichtel, C., Wikberg, E., Gilkenson, H., Wofsy, S., & Fuentes,
      A. (2008). Vocal repertoire of white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus
      capucinus): acoustic structure, context and usage. International Journal of
      Primatology, 29,
641-670.

Gros-Louis, J. (2006). Acoustic description and contextual analysis of food-
      associated calls in Cebus capucinus. International Journal of Primatology, 27,
      273-294.

White, D. J., Gros-Louis, J., King, A. P, & West, M. J. (2006). A method to measure the
      development of song preferences in female cowbirds (Molothrus ater).
      Animal Behaviour, 72, 181-188.

Gros-Louis, J. (2004). White-faced capuchins’ responses to naturalistic and
      experimentally presented food-associated calls. Journal of Comparative
      Psychology, 118,
396-402.

Gros-Louis, J. (2004). The function of food-associated calls from the perspective of
      the signaller. Animal Behaviour, 67, 431-440.

Gros-Louis, J., White, D. J., King, A. P., & West, M. J. (2003). Female brown-headed
      cowbirds’ (Molothrus ater) social assortment changes in response to male
      song: a potential source of public information. Behavioral Ecology and
      Sociobiology, 53, 163-173.

Gros-Louis, J. (2002). Contexts and behavioral correlates of trill vocalizations in
      wild white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus). American Journal of
      Primatology, 57,
189-202.

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Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
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Email: 
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