Psychological Sciences Faculty
Associate Professor, Developmental Psychology
Department of Psychological Sciences
703 Third Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2081 USA
Psychological Sciences, Room 1226
Telephone: (765) 494-2224
Degree: Ph.D. Temple, 1999
Interests include language development and expert learning, including how infants learn their first and second languages, as well as models of learning in the classroom.
Hollich, G. & Prince, C. (2009). Comparing Infants’ Preference for Correlated Audiovisual Speech with Signal-Level Computational Models. Developmental Science, 12, 379-387.
Gogate, L. & Hollich, G. (2010). Invariance detection within an interactive system: A perceptual gateway to language development. Psychological Review, 171, 496-516.
Hollich, G. (2010). Perceptual Development: Speech Perception. In B. Goldstein (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Perception (pp. 712). New York: Sage Publications.
Hollich, G. (2010). Early Language. In G. Bremner & T. Wachs (Eds.) Handbook of Infant Development (2nd ed., pp. 426-448). New York: Blackwell.
Schmale, R., Hollich, G., Seidl, A. (2011). Contending with foreign accent variability in early lexical acquisition. Journal of Child Language, 38, 1096-1108.
Houston, D., Stewart, J., Moberly, A., Hollich, G., Miyamoto, R.T. (2012). Word learning in deaf children with cochlear implants: Effects of early auditory experience. Developmental Science.
Gogate*, L. J., & Hollich, G., (Eds.). (2013). Theoretical and Computational Models ofWordLearning: Trends in Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.Gogate*, L. J., & Hollich, G. (2013). Timing Matters: Dynamic Interactions Create Sensitive Periods for Word Learning. In L. J. Gogate & G. Hollich (Eds.) Theoretical and Computational Models of Word Learning: Trends in Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.