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2015Infant feeding effects on early neurocognitive development in asian childrenCai, Shirong ; Pang, Wei Wei ; Low, Yenling; Lit, Weesim; Sam, Suetchian; Bruntraeger, Michaela Bianka; Wong, Ericqinlong; Fok, Doris; Broekman, Birit F.P. ; Singh, Leher ; Richmond, Jenny L.; Agarwal, Pratibha; Qiu, Anqi ; Saw, Seang Mei ; Yap, Fabian; Godfrey, Keith M.; Gluckman, Peter David L J W; Chong, Yap Seng ; Meaney, Michael J.; Kramer, Michael Stuart ; Rifkin-Graboi, Anne
Jul-2012Infant word segmentation and childhood vocabulary development: A longitudinal analysisSingh, L. ; Steven Reznick, J.; Xuehua, L. 
Aug-2012Influences of lexical tone and pitch on word recognition in bilingual infantsSingh, L. ; Foong, J.
Jan-2014Influences of vowel and tone variation on emergent word knowledge: A cross-linguistic investigationSingh, L. ; Hui, T.J.; Chan, C. ; Golinkoff, R.M.
2016Limits on monolingualism? A Comparison of monolingual and bilingual infants' abilities to integrate lexical tone in novel word learningSingh, L ; Poh, F.L.S; Fu, C.S.L 
2016More limitations to monolingualism: Bilinguals outperform monolinguals in implicit word learningEscudero, P; Mulak, K.E; Fu, C.S.L ; Singh, L 
2014One World, Two Languages: Cross-Language Semantic Priming in Bilingual ToddlersSingh, L. 
8-Jun-2016Processing Dependencies of Segmental and Suprasegmental Information: Effects of Emotion, Lexical Tone and Consonant VariationLeher Singh ; Quentin Lee; Winston Goh 
Sep-2011Rapid reacquisition of native phoneme contrasts after disuse: You do not always lose what you do not useSingh, L. ; Liederman, J.; Mierzejewski, R.; Barnes, J.
2015Spoken word recognition in early childhood: Comparative effects of vowel, consonant and lexical tone variationLeher Singh ; Goh, Hwee Hwee; Wewalaarachchi, Thilanga Dilum