dr. Caroline Junge
Assistant Professor
Psychology - Developmental Psychology
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Caroline Junge examines the factors that play a role in early development. Part of her research focuses on whether a familiar voice (such as the child's mother) facilitates early word learning (personal VENI-grant fincanced by the Dutch government). She is also responsible for the neurocognitive task battery in the grand-scale infant and pre-adolescent cohort studies from the Consortium Individual Development (CID), in wich she focuses on the development of social competence.

Strategic themes / Focus areas
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All publications
  Books - Scholarly publications
Junge, Caroline (2011). The relevance of early word recognition - Insights from the infant brain. (272 p.). Nijmegen: Ipskamp, Thesis.
  Articles - Scholarly publications
van Rooijen, R., Junge, C.M.M. & Kemner, C. (13.02.2018). The Interplay between Gaze Following, Emotion Recognition, and Empathy across Adolescence; a Pubertal Dip in Performance?. Frontiers in Psychology, 9 (9 p.).
ter Schure, S. M M, Junge, C. M M & Boersma, P. P G (01.05.2016). Semantics guide infants' vowel learning: Computational and experimental evidence. Infant Behavior and Development, 43, (pp. 44-57) (14 p.).
Junge, Caroline & Cutler, Anne (24.10.2014). Early word recognition and later language skill. Brain Sciences, 4 (4), (pp. 532-559) (28 p.).
Cristia, Alejandrina, Seidl, Amanda, Junge, Caroline, Soderstrom, Melanie & Hagoort, Peter (2014). Predicting Individual Variation in Language From Infant Speech Perception Measures. Child Development, 85 (4), (pp. 1330-1345) (16 p.).
Junge, Caroline, Cutler, Anne & Hagoort, Peter (2014). Successful Word Recognition by 10-Month-Olds Given Continuous Speech Both at Initial Exposure and Test. Infancy, 19 (2), (pp. 179-193) (15 p.).
Kooijman, Valesca, Junge, Caroline, Johnson, Elizabeth K., Hagoort, Peter & Cutler, Anne (08.02.2013). Predictive brain signals of linguistic development. Frontiers in Psychology, 4 (13 p.).
Junge, Caroline, Cutler, Anne & Hagoort, Peter (2012). Electrophysiological evidence of early word learning. Neuropsychologia, 50 (14), (pp. 3702-3712) (11 p.).
Junge, Caroline, Kooijman, Valesca, Hagoort, Peter & Cutler, Anne (2012). Rapid recognition at 10 months as a predictor of language development. Developmental Science, 15 (4), (pp. 463-473) (11 p.).
  Book parts / chapters - Scholarly publications
Junge, C.M.M. (10.11.2017). The proto-lexicon - segmenting word-like units from speech. In Gert Westermann & Nivedita Mani (Eds.), Early Word Learning - Current Issues in Developmental Psychology New York: Routlege.
  Workshop, seminar, course - Scholarly publications
Junge, C.M.M. (30.08.2017) Participant 18th European Conference of Developmental Psychology Utrecht (29.08.2017 - 01.09.2017) Capturing individual variation in cognitive development during infancy: Does it scale up?
  Publication peer-review - Scholarly publications
Junge, C.M.M. (10.10.2017) Peer reviewer Brain Sciences (Journal)
Junge, C.M.M. (10.06.2017) Peer reviewer Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience (Journal)
Junge, C.M.M. (01.01.2017 01.12.2017) Peer reviewer Frontiers in Psychology (Journal)
Junge, C.M.M. (04.04.2017) Peer reviewer Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (Journal)
Junge, C.M.M. (20.12.2016 20.04.2017) Peer reviewer Infancy (Journal)
  Invited talk - Scholarly publications
Junge, C.M.M. (30.08.2017) Invited speaker ECDP Utrecht (30.08.2017 - 01.09.2017) Preparations for the infant Youth cohort: Measuring neurocognitive development longitudinally
Junge, C.M.M. (06.10.2017) Invited speaker Many Paths to language Nijmegen (06.10.2017 - 08.10.2017) Should all individual differences be meaningful?
  Oral presentation - Scholarly publications
Junge, C.M.M. (16.06.2017) Invited speaker 3rd Workshop on Infant Language Development Bilbao (15.06.2017 - 17.06.2017) Infants learn novel words faster from maternal speech: electrophysiological and eyetracking evidence from two infant samples
Junge, C.M.M. (06.01.2017) Invited speaker Budapest CEU COnference on Cognitive Development (05.01.2017 - 07.01.2017) Maternal speech boosts novel word learning: electrophysiological and eye-tracking evidence from two infant samples
  Examination - Scholarly publications
Junge, C.M.M. (22.09.2017) Primary supervisor Opponent opponent in corona for Dr Nicolette Munsters' defence
  Prize (including medals and awards) - Other output
Junge, C.M.M. 17.07.2014 Recipient Toekenning VENI - Listen to your moether! Elucidating the role of speaker familiarity in intial word learning Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
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Currently dr. Caroline Junge teaches the following course(s):
TL3V14105 Tlc-Ontwikkeling: taal en cognitie V 3 7.5
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Full name
dr. C.M.M. Junge Contact details
Martinus J. Langeveldgebouw

Heidelberglaan 1
Room H066
The Netherlands

Phone number (direct) +31 30 253 1266
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Last updated 13.10.2017