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Congratulations to Janette Chow and EP co-authors Anne AImola Davies and Kim Plunkett on their award-winning publication: Chow, J., Aimola Davies, A. M., Fuentes, L. J., & Plunkett, K. (2016). Backward semantic inhibition in toddlers. Psychological Science, 27, 1312-1320.


The prize comes from Spanish Society for Experimental Psychology (SEPEX), which has given it the prize of best scientific paper published in 2016. 


En palabras de los revisores: "This developmental study has a cleverly designed experiment that nicely demonstrates in toddlers backward semantic inhibition using preferential looking method and a very nice analytical approach to characterize differences in regard across time. The data are just very clear and convincing. I loved this study. Lots of skill are demonstrated in this piece (from research planning, to execution, to analysis and presentation). And the theoretical contribution is fabulous. Loved it. 5 out of 5." - MODALIDAD DE INVESTIGADORES SENIOR