Josje Verhagen
Josje Verhagen
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The benefits of being bilingual: Working memory in bilingual Turkish–Dutch children
E Blom, AC Küntay, M Messer, J Verhagen, P Leseman
Journal of experimental child psychology 128, 105-119, 2014
Associations between structural quality aspects and process quality in Dutch early childhood education and care settings
PL Slot, PPM Leseman, J Verhagen, H Mulder
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 33, 64-76, 2015
Social robots for language learning: A review
R Van den Berghe, J Verhagen, O Oudgenoeg-Paz, S Van der Ven, ...
Review of Educational Research 89 (2), 259-295, 2019
How do verbal short-term memory and working memory relate to the acquisition of vocabulary and grammar? A comparison between first and second language learners
J Verhagen, P Leseman
Journal of experimental child psychology 141, 65-82, 2016
Psychometric properties and convergent and predictive validity of an executive function test battery for two-year-olds
H Mulder, H Hoofs, J Verhagen, I van der Veen, PPM Leseman
Frontiers in psychology 5, 733, 2014
Guidelines for designing social robots as second language tutors
T Belpaeme, P Vogt, R Van den Berghe, K Bergmann, T Göksun, ...
International Journal of Social Robotics 10, 325-341, 2018
Preschoolers' cognitive and emotional self‐regulation in pretend play: Relations with executive functions and quality of play
PL Slot, H Mulder, J Verhagen, PPM Leseman
Infant and Child Development 26 (6), e2038, 2017
Second language tutoring using social robots: a large-scale study
P Vogt, R van den Berghe, M De Haas, L Hoffman, J Kanero, E Mamus, ...
2019 14th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI …, 2019
Given claims about new topics. How Romance and Germanic speakers link changed and maintained information in narrative discourse
C Dimroth, C Andorno, S Benazzo, J Verhagen
Journal of Pragmatics 42 (12), 3328-3344, 2010
Early executive function at age two predicts emergent mathematics and literacy at age five
H Mulder, J Verhagen, SHG Van der Ven, PL Slot, PPM Leseman
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1706, 2017
Measurement properties of the CLASS Toddler in ECEC in The Netherlands
PL Slot, J Boom, J Verhagen, PPM Leseman
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 48, 79-91, 2017
Effects of home language environment on inhibitory control in bilingual three-year-old children
J Verhagen, H Mulder, PPM Leseman
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 20 (1), 114-127, 2017
Predicting bilingual preschoolers’ patterns of language development: Degree of non-native input matters
S Unsworth, S Brouwer, E de Bree, J Verhagen
Applied Psycholinguistics 40 (5), 1189-1219, 2019
A toy or a friend? children's anthropomorphic beliefs about robots and how these relate to second‐language word learning
R Van den Berghe, M de Haas, O Oudgenoeg‐Paz, E Krahmer, ...
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 37 (2), 396-410, 2021
Phonological memory and the acquisition of grammar in child L2 learners
J Verhagen, P Leseman, M Messer
Language Learning 65 (2), 417-448, 2015
Effectiveness of Dutch targeted preschool education policy for disadvantaged children: Evidence from the pre-COOL study
P Leseman, H Mulder, J Verhagen, M Broekhuizen, S van Schaik, P Slot
Childcare, early education, and social inequality–An international …, 2017
Monolingual and bilingual children’s resolution of referential conflicts: Effects of bilingualism and relative language proficiency
J Verhagen, S Grassmann, AC Küntay
Cognitive Development 41, 10-18, 2017
Finiteness in Dutch as a second language
J Verhagen
Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics, 2009
The process of early self-control: an observational study in two-and three-year-olds
H Mulder, H van Ravenswaaij, J Verhagen, M Moerbeek, PPM Leseman
Metacognition and Learning 14, 239-264, 2019
Effects of bilingual language use and language proficiency on 24-month-olds’ cognitive control
J Verhagen, E de Bree, S Unsworth
Journal of Cognition and Development 21 (1), 46-71, 2020
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