Richard N. Aslin (born August 9, 1949) is an American psychologist. He is William R. Kenan Professor of Brain & Cognitive Sciences and Center for Visual Sciences at the University of Rochester. He is also Director of the Rochester Center for Brain Imaging and the Rochester Baby Lab. His research covers many areas, but the bulk of his research concerns statistical learning, visual perception, speech perception, language development, and visual development. A great deal of his work focuses on understanding how higher-level cognitive representations and structures are constructed from lower-level sensory input statistics, including how acoustic variation in speech to infants yields phonologically distinct speech sound categories in adults.

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  • Richard N. Aslin (born August 9, 1949) is an American psychologist. He is William R. Kenan Professor of Brain & Cognitive Sciences and Center for Visual Sciences at the University of Rochester. He is also Director of the Rochester Center for Brain Imaging and the Rochester Baby Lab. His research covers many areas, but the bulk of his research concerns statistical learning, visual perception, speech perception, language development, and visual development. A great deal of his work focuses on understanding how higher-level cognitive representations and structures are constructed from lower-level sensory input statistics, including how acoustic variation in speech to infants yields phonologically distinct speech sound categories in adults. (en)
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  • Richard N. Aslin (born August 9, 1949) is an American psychologist. He is William R. Kenan Professor of Brain & Cognitive Sciences and Center for Visual Sciences at the University of Rochester. He is also Director of the Rochester Center for Brain Imaging and the Rochester Baby Lab. His research covers many areas, but the bulk of his research concerns statistical learning, visual perception, speech perception, language development, and visual development. A great deal of his work focuses on understanding how higher-level cognitive representations and structures are constructed from lower-level sensory input statistics, including how acoustic variation in speech to infants yields phonologically distinct speech sound categories in adults. (en)
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