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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A Bayesian framework for word segmentation: Exploring the effects of context Goldwater, Sharon
2009
3-4 1 p. 21-54
34 p.
artikel
2 A bilateral advantage for storage in visual working memory Umemoto, Akina
2010
3-4 1 p. 69-79
11 p.
artikel
3 A bird's eye view: biological categorization and reasoning within and across cultures Bailenson, Jeremy N
2002
3-4 1 p. 1-53
53 p.
artikel
4 Abrupt onsets and gaze direction cues trigger independent reflexive attentional effects Friesen, Chris Kelland
2003
3-4 1 p. B1-B10
nvt p.
artikel
5 A case of hand waving: Action synchrony and person perception Macrae, C. Neil
2008
3-4 1 p. 152-156
5 p.
artikel
6 Accessing the unsaid: The role of scalar alternatives in children’s pragmatic inference Barner, David
2011
3-4 1 p. 84-93
10 p.
artikel
7 Accommodating variation: Dialects, idiolects, and speech processing Kraljic, Tanya
2008
3-4 1 p. 54-81
28 p.
artikel
8 A cognitive developmental approach to morality: investigating the psychopath Blair, R.J.R.
1995
3-4 1 p. 1-29
29 p.
artikel
9 A colorful walk, but is it on the mental number line? Reply to Cohen Kadosh, Tzelgov, and Henik Verguts, Tom
2008
3-4 1 p. 558-563
6 p.
artikel
10 A colorful walk on the mental number line: Striving for the right direction Cohen Kadosh, Roi
2008
3-4 1 p. 564-567
4 p.
artikel
11 A componential view of theory of mind: evidence from Williams syndrome Tager-Flusberg, Helen
2000
3-4 1 p. 59-90
32 p.
artikel
12 Acquisition of a non-vocal ‘language’ by aphasic children Hughes, Jennifer
1974
3-4 1 p. 41-55
15 p.
artikel
13 A cross-linguistic study of the processing of causative sentences Ammon, Mary Sue
1979
3-4 1 p. 3-17
15 p.
artikel
14 Action experience alters 3-month-old infants' perception of others' actions Sommerville, Jessica A.
2005
3-4 1 p. B1-B11
nvt p.
artikel
15 Actions, laws, and scientific psychology Macnamara, John
1988
3-4 1 p. 1-27
27 p.
artikel
16 Adaptive memory: Young children show enhanced retention of fitness-related information Aslan, Alp
2012
3-4 1 p. 118-122
5 p.
artikel
17 A developmental perspective on the Imperfective Paradox Kazanina, Nina
2007
3-4 1 p. 65-102
38 p.
artikel
18 Affective touch modulates the rubber hand illusion van Stralen, Haike E.
2014
3-4 1 p. 147-158
12 p.
artikel
19 A functional disconnection between spoken and visual word recognition: evidence from unconscious priming Kouider, Sid
2001
3-4 1 p. B35-B49
nvt p.
artikel
20 A funny thing happened on the way to articulation: N400 attenuation despite behavioral interference in picture naming Blackford, Trevor
2012
3-4 1 p. 84-99
16 p.
artikel
21 Age-of-acquisition effects in visual word recognition: evidence from expert vocabularies Stadthagen-Gonzalez, Hans
2004
3-4 1 p. B11-B26
nvt p.
artikel
22 Age of acquisition in face categorisation: is there an instance-based account? Lewis, Michael B
1999
3-4 1 p. B23-B39
nvt p.
artikel
23 Agrammatism: A phonological deficit? Kean, Mary-Louise
1979
3-4 1 p. 69-83
15 p.
artikel
24 Agreement and movement: A syntactic analysis of attraction Franck, Julie
2006
3-4 1 p. 173-216
44 p.
artikel
25 A holistic account of the own-race effect in face recognition: evidence from a cross-cultural study Tanaka, James W
2004
3-4 1 p. B1-B9
nvt p.
artikel
26 Alignment as a consequence of expectation adaptation: Syntactic priming is affected by the prime’s prediction error given both prior and recent experience Jaeger, T. Florian
2013
3-4 1 p. 57-83
27 p.
artikel
27 Altered attention for stimuli on the hands Taylor, J. Eric T.
2014
3-4 1 p. 211-225
15 p.
artikel
28 Altering object representations through category learning Goldstone, Robert L
2001
3-4 1 p. 27-43
17 p.
artikel
29 Amodal processing of visual speech as revealed by priming Kim, Jeesun
2004
3-4 1 p. B39-B47
nvt p.
artikel
30 An association between understanding cardinality and analog magnitude representations in preschoolers Wagner, Jennifer B.
2011
3-4 1 p. 10-22
13 p.
artikel
31 Anatomy of an error: A bidirectional state model of task engagement/disengagement and attention-related errors Allan Cheyne, J.
2009
3-4 1 p. 98-113
16 p.
artikel
32 Anchors aweigh: A demonstration of cross-modality anchoring and magnitude priming Oppenheimer, Daniel M.
2008
3-4 1 p. 13-26
14 p.
artikel
33 An empirical comparison of rhythm in language and music Patel, Aniruddh D
2003
3-4 1 p. B35-B45
nvt p.
artikel
34 Announcement 1994
3-4 1 p. 105-
1 p.
artikel
35 A note on an unexpected anchoring bias in intuitive statistical inference Lovie, Patricia
1985
3-4 1 p. 69-72
4 p.
artikel
36 A note on formal learning theory Osherson, Daniel N.
1982
3-4 1 p. 77-88
12 p.
artikel
37 A note on some psychological evidence and alternative grammars Ford, Marilyn
1988
3-4 1 p. 63-71
9 p.
artikel
38 A novel argument for the Universality of Parsing principles Grillo, Nino
2014
3-4 1 p. 156-187
32 p.
artikel
39 Anticipatory emotions in decision tasks: Covert markers of value or attentional processes? Davis, Tyler
2009
3-4 1 p. 195-200
6 p.
artikel
40 Anticipatory spatial representation of 3D regions explored by sighted observers and a deaf-and-blind-observer Intraub, Helene
2004
3-4 1 p. 19-37
19 p.
artikel
41 A perceptual interference account of acquisition difficulties for non-native phonemes Iverson, Paul
2003
3-4 1 p. B47-B57
nvt p.
artikel
42 Apes are intuitive statisticians Rakoczy, Hannes
2014
3-4 1 p. 60-68
9 p.
artikel
43 Apes know that hidden objects can affect the orientation of other objects Call, Josep
2007
3-4 1 p. 1-25
25 p.
artikel
44 Appearance, reality, and identity Langer, Jonas
1972
3-4 1 p. 105-128
24 p.
artikel
45 A probabilistic model of cross-categorization Shafto, Patrick
2011
3-4 1 p. 1-25
25 p.
artikel
46 A purple giraffe is faster than a purple elephant: Inconsistent phonology affects determiner selection in English Spalek, Katharina
2010
3-4 1 p. 123-128
6 p.
artikel
47 Arabic digit naming speed: Task context and redundancy gain Campbell, Jamie I.D.
2008
3-4 1 p. 218-237
20 p.
artikel
48 Architectures for numerical cognition Campbell, Jamie I.D.
1994
3-4 1 p. 1-44
44 p.
artikel
49 Are Asians forgetful? Perception, retention, and recall in episodic remembering Wang, Qi
2009
3-4 1 p. 123-131
9 p.
artikel
50 A reassessment of the shift from the classical theory of concepts to prototype theory Margolis, Eric
1994
3-4 1 p. 73-89
17 p.
artikel
51 Are children with Specific Language Impairment competent with the pragmatics and logic of quantification? Katsos, Napoleon
2011
3-4 1 p. 43-57
15 p.
artikel
52 A reevaluation of the basic operations hypothesis Goodluck, Helen
1979
3-4 1 p. 85-91
7 p.
artikel
53 Are humans good intuitive statisticians after all? Rethinking some conclusions from the literature on judgment under uncertainty Cosmides, Leda
1996
3-4 1 p. 1-73
73 p.
artikel
54 Are irrational reactions to unfairness truly emotionally-driven? Dissociated behavioural and emotional responses in the Ultimatum Game task Civai, Claudia
2010
3-4 1 p. 89-95
7 p.
artikel
55 Are there principles that apply only to the acquisition of words? A reply to Waxman and Booth Bloom, Paul
2001
3-4 1 p. 89-90
2 p.
artikel
56 Are we “experienced listeners”? A review of the musical capacities that do not depend on formal musical training Bigand, E.
2006
3-4 1 p. 100-130
31 p.
artikel
57 Are we good at detecting conflict during reasoning? Pennycook, Gordon
2012
3-4 1 p. 101-106
6 p.
artikel
58 Arrow-elicited cueing effects at short intervals: Rapid attentional orienting or cue-target stimulus conflict? Green, Jessica J.
2012
3-4 1 p. 96-101
6 p.
artikel
59 Assignment of reference to reflexives and pronouns in picture noun phrases: evidence from eye movements Runner, Jeffrey T
2003
3-4 1 p. B1-B13
nvt p.
artikel
60 Asymmetric cultural effects on perceptual expertise underlie an own-race bias for voices Perrachione, Tyler K.
2010
3-4 1 p. 42-55
14 p.
artikel
61 A synesthetic walk on the mental number line: The size effect Cohen Kadosh, Roi
2008
3-4 1 p. 548-557
10 p.
artikel
62 A systematic, large-scale study of synaesthesia: implications for the role of early experience in lexical-colour associations Rich, A.N.
2005
3-4 1 p. 53-84
32 p.
artikel
63 A truth that’s told with bad intent: An ERP study of deception Carrión, Ricardo E.
2010
3-4 1 p. 105-110
6 p.
artikel
64 Attentional costs in multiple-object tracking Tombu, Michael
2008
3-4 1 p. 1-25
25 p.
artikel
65 Attention attenuates metacontrast masking Boyer, Jennifer
2007
3-4 1 p. 135-149
15 p.
artikel
66 Attention capture by faces Langton, Stephen R.H.
2008
3-4 1 p. 330-342
13 p.
artikel
67 Attention maintains mental extrapolation of target position: irrelevant distractors eliminate forward displacement after implied motion Kerzel, Dirk
2003
3-4 1 p. 109-131
23 p.
artikel
68 Attractor dynamics in word recognition: converging evidence from errors by normal subjects, dyslexic patients and a connectionist model McLeod, Peter
2000
3-4 1 p. 91-114
24 p.
artikel
69 Audio–visual speech perception is special Tuomainen, Jyrki
2005
3-4 1 p. B13-B22
nvt p.
artikel
70 Auditory attention to frequency and time: an analogy to visual local–global stimuli Justus, Timothy
2005
3-4 1 p. 31-51
21 p.
artikel
71 Auditory emotional cues enhance visual perception Zeelenberg, René
2010
3-4 1 p. 202-206
5 p.
artikel
72 A unified theory of the meaning of some spatial relational terms Garnham, Alan
1989
3-4 1 p. 45-60
16 p.
artikel
73 Autonomous processes in comprehension: A reply to Marslen-Wilson and Tyler Norris, Dennis
1982
3-4 1 p. 97-101
5 p.
artikel
74 Autonomy and interaction in the language processing system: A reply to Marslen-Wilson and Tyler Cowart, Wayne
1982
3-4 1 p. 109-117
9 p.
artikel
75 Autonomy, implementation and cognitive architecture: A reply to Fodor and Pylyshyn Chater, Nick
1990
3-4 1 p. 93-107
15 p.
artikel
76 A working memory account for spatial–numerical associations van Dijck, Jean-Philippe
2011
3-4 1 p. 114-119
6 p.
artikel
77 Baby hands that move to the rhythm of language: hearing babies acquiring sign languages babble silently on the hands Petitto, Laura Ann
2004
3-4 1 p. 43-73
31 p.
artikel
78 Becoming a written word: Eye movements reveal order of acquisition effects following incidental exposure to new words during silent reading Joseph, Holly S.S.L.
2014
3-4 1 p. 238-248
11 p.
artikel
79 Belief-based action prediction in preverbal infants Southgate, Victoria
2014
3-4 1 p. 1-10
10 p.
artikel
80 Belief–desire reasoning in the explanation of behavior: Do actions speak louder than words? Wertz, Annie E.
2007
3-4 1 p. 184-194
11 p.
artikel
81 Belief inhibition during thinking: Not always winning but at least taking part De Neys, Wim
2009
3-4 1 p. 45-61
17 p.
artikel
82 Beliefs about beliefs: Representation and constraining function of wrong beliefs in young children's understanding of deception Wimmer, Heinz
1983
3-4 1 p. 103-128
26 p.
artikel
83 Beyond Simulation–Theory and Theory–Theory: Why social cognitive neuroscience should use its own concepts to study “theory of mind” Apperly, Ian A.
2008
3-4 1 p. 266-283
18 p.
artikel
84 Biased generalization of newly learned phonological alternations by 12-month-old infants White, James
2014
3-4 1 p. 85-90
6 p.
artikel
85 Bilingualism aids conflict resolution: Evidence from the ANT task Costa, Albert
2008
3-4 1 p. 59-86
28 p.
artikel
86 Bilingualism and conversational understanding in young children Siegal, Michael
2009
3-4 1 p. 115-122
8 p.
artikel
87 Blowing in the wind: Perceiving structure in trees and bushes Cutting, James E.
1982
3-4 1 p. 25-44
20 p.
artikel
88 Bodies capture attention when nothing is expected Downing, Paul E
2004
3-4 1 p. B27-B38
nvt p.
artikel
89 Body-centered representations for visually-guided action emerge during early infancy Gilmore, Rick O
1997
3-4 1 p. B1-B9
nvt p.
artikel
90 Body posture facilitates retrieval of autobiographical memories Dijkstra, Katinka
2007
3-4 1 p. 139-149
11 p.
artikel
91 Books received 1990 1991
3-4 1 p. 79-83
5 p.
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92 Books received 1992 1993
3-4 1 p. 89-92
4 p.
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93 Books received 1981
3-4 1 p. 115-116
2 p.
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94 Books received 1989 1990
3-4 1 p. 97-100
4 p.
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95 Books received 1985
3-4 1 p. 95-96
2 p.
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96 Books received 1978
3-4 1 p. 87-
1 p.
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97 Books received 1979
3-4 1 p. 97-98
2 p.
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98 Books received 1980
3-4 1 p. 109-110
2 p.
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99 Books received 1988
3-4 1 p. 87-91
5 p.
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100 Books Received 2004 Mehler, J.
2005
3-4 1 p. 119-120
2 p.
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101 Books received in 2002 2003
3-4 1 p. 65-66
2 p.
artikel
102 Both motor prediction and conceptual congruency between preview and action-effect contribute to explicit judgment of agency Sato, Atsushi
2009
3-4 1 p. 74-83
10 p.
artikel
103 Brief non-symbolic, approximate number practice enhances subsequent exact symbolic arithmetic in children Hyde, Daniel C.
2014
3-4 1 p. 92-107
16 p.
artikel
104 Brief reply to Brody Serafine, Mary Louise
1985
3-4 1 p. 99-100
2 p.
artikel
105 Building theories of reading ability: On the relation between individual differences in cognitive skills and reading comprehension Carr, Thomas H.
1981
3-4 1 p. 73-114
42 p.
artikel
106 But do we need universal grammar? Comment on Lidz et al. (2003) Goldberg, Adele E
2004
3-4 1 p. 77-84
8 p.
artikel
107 Calculation, culture, and the repeated operand effect Campbell, Jamie I.D
2002
3-4 1 p. 71-96
26 p.
artikel
108 Can holistic processing be learned for inverted faces? Robbins, Rachel
2003
3-4 1 p. 79-107
29 p.
artikel
109 Canonical linking rules: forward versus reverse linking in normally developing and specifically language-impaired children van der Lely, Heather K.J.
1994
3-4 1 p. 29-72
44 p.
artikel
110 Can overconfidence be used as an indicator of reconstructive rather than retrieval processes? Juslin, Peter
1995
3-4 1 p. 99-130
32 p.
artikel
111 Can semi-supervised learning explain incorrect beliefs about categories? Kalish, Charles W.
2011
3-4 1 p. 106-118
13 p.
artikel
112 Can thematic roles leave traces of their places? Chang, Franklin
2003
3-4 1 p. 29-49
21 p.
artikel
113 Can valid inferences be suppressed? Byrne, Ruth M.J.
1991
3-4 1 p. 71-78
8 p.
artikel
114 Capuchin monkeys judge third-party reciprocity Anderson, James R.
2013
3-4 1 p. 140-146
7 p.
artikel
115 Categories of social relationship Haslam, Nick
1994
3-4 1 p. 59-90
32 p.
artikel
116 Categorization is modulated by transcranial direct current stimulation over left prefrontal cortex Lupyan, Gary
2012
3-4 1 p. 36-49
14 p.
artikel
117 Category-contingent face adaptation for novel colour categories: Contingent effects are seen only after social or meaningful labelling Little, Anthony C.
2011
3-4 1 p. 116-122
7 p.
artikel
118 Causal relations drive young children’s induction, naming, and categorization Opfer, John E.
2007
3-4 1 p. 206-217
12 p.
artikel
119 Centre-embedded structures are a by-product of associative learning and working memory constraints: Evidence from baboons (Papio Papio) Rey, Arnaud
2012
3-4 1 p. 180-184
5 p.
artikel
120 Changes in auditory frequency guide visual–spatial attention Mossbridge, Julia A.
2011
3-4 1 p. 133-139
7 p.
artikel
121 Chicken or egg? Untangling the relationship between orthographic processing skill and reading accuracy Deacon, S. Hélène
2012
3-4 1 p. 110-117
8 p.
artikel
122 Childhood memory and self-description in young Chinese adults: the impact of growing up an only child Wang, Qi
1998
3-4 1 p. 73-103
31 p.
artikel
123 Children are in control Sherman, Janet Cohen
1993
3-4 1 p. 1-51
51 p.
artikel
124 Children prefer certain individuals over perfect duplicates Hood, Bruce M.
2008
3-4 1 p. 455-462
8 p.
artikel
125 Children reorient using the left/right sense of coloured landmarks at 18–24 months Nardini, Marko
2008
3-4 1 p. 519-527
9 p.
artikel
126 Children's conceptions of meaning-message relationships Robinson, E.J.
1986
3-4 1 p. 41-60
20 p.
artikel
127 Children's judgments in theory choice tasks: Scientific rationality in childhood Samarapungavan, Ala
1992
3-4 1 p. 1-32
32 p.
artikel
128 Children's reasoning about physics within and across ontological kinds Heyman, Gail D
2003
3-4 1 p. 43-61
19 p.
artikel
129 Children’s sequential information search is sensitive to environmental probabilities Nelson, Jonathan D.
2014
3-4 1 p. 74-80
7 p.
artikel
130 Children's theory of mind: Fodor's heuristics examined Wimmer, Heinz
1994
3-4 1 p. 45-57
13 p.
artikel
131 Children’s understanding of posterior probability Girotto, Vittorio
2008
3-4 1 p. 325-344
20 p.
artikel
132 Children's understanding that utterances emanate from minds: using speaker belief to aid interpretation Mitchell, Peter
1999
3-4 1 p. 45-66
22 p.
artikel
133 Chinese–English biliteracy acquisition: cross-language and writing system transfer Wang, Min
2005
3-4 1 p. 67-88
22 p.
artikel
134 Chronometric studies of numerical cognition in five-month-old infants Wood, Justin N.
2005
3-4 1 p. 23-39
17 p.
artikel
135 Cognate effects in picture naming: Does cross-language activation survive a change of script? Hoshino, Noriko
2008
3-4 1 p. 501-511
11 p.
artikel
136 “Cognition in music”: Reply to Serafine Marantz, Alec
1985
3-4 1 p. 73-86
14 p.
artikel
137 Cognitive constraints on constituent order: Evidence from elicited pantomime Hall, Matthew L.
2013
3-4 1 p. 1-17
17 p.
artikel
138 Cognitive models of risky choice: Parameter stability and predictive accuracy of prospect theory Glöckner, Andreas
2012
3-4 1 p. 21-32
12 p.
artikel
139 Cognitive profiling and preliminary subtyping in Chinese developmental dyslexia Ho, Connie Suk-Han
2004
3-4 1 p. 43-75
33 p.
artikel
140 Communicative Function Demonstration induces kind-based artifact representation in preverbal infants Futó, Judit
2010
3-4 1 p. 1-8
8 p.
artikel
141 Comparing pluralities Scontras, Gregory
2012
3-4 1 p. 190-197
8 p.
artikel
142 Comparing predicted and actual affective responses to process versus outcome: An emotion-as-feedback perspective Kwong, Jessica Y.Y.
2013
3-4 1 p. 42-50
9 p.
artikel
143 Comparison and the development of knowledge Boroditsky, Lera
2007
3-4 1 p. 118-128
11 p.
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144 Comparison of active and purely visual performance in a multiple-string means-end task in infants Rat-Fischer, Lauriane
2014
3-4 1 p. 304-316
13 p.
artikel
145 Comparison of confirmation measures Tentori, Katya
2007
3-4 1 p. 107-119
13 p.
artikel
146 Competence and processing in children's grammar of relative clauses Goodluck, Helen
1982
3-4 1 p. 1-27
27 p.
artikel
147 Concept empiricism: A methodological critique Machery, Edouard
2007
3-4 1 p. 19-46
28 p.
artikel
148 Conceptual accessibility and syntactic structure in sentence formulation Kathryn Bock, J.
1985
3-4 1 p. 47-67
21 p.
artikel
149 Conceptual complexity and the bias/variance tradeoff Briscoe, Erica
2011
3-4 1 p. 2-16
15 p.
artikel
150 Conceptual perspective and lexical choice in acquisition Clark, Eve V
1997
3-4 1 p. 1-37
37 p.
artikel
151 Conditional reasoning with inducements and advice Evans, Jonathan St.B.T
1998
3-4 1 p. B11-B16
nvt p.
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152 Conjectures and refutations: A reply to Norris Tyler, Lorraine Komisarjevsky
1982
3-4 1 p. 103-107
5 p.
artikel
153 Connecting numbers to discrete quantification: A step in the child’s construction of integer concepts Slusser, Emily
2013
3-4 1 p. 31-41
11 p.
artikel
154 Connectionism and the problem of systematicity (continued): why Smolensky's solution still doesn't work Fodor, Jerry
1997
3-4 1 p. 109-119
11 p.
artikel
155 Conscious awareness of action potentiates sensorimotor learning Boutin, Arnaud
2014
3-4 1 p. 1-9
9 p.
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156 Conservation of weight in infants Mounoud, Pierre
1974
3-4 1 p. 29-40
12 p.
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157 Constraints on representational change: Evidence from children's drawing Karmiloff-Smith, Annette
1990
3-4 1 p. 57-83
27 p.
artikel
158 Contamination in reasoning about false belief: an instance of realist bias in adults but not children Mitchell, P.
1996
3-4 1 p. 1-21
21 p.
artikel
159 Content-blind norms, no norms, or good norms? A reply to Vranas Gigerenzer, Gerd
2001
3-4 1 p. 93-103
11 p.
artikel
160 Contents page + Editorial Board 2003
3-4 1 p. IFC-
1 p.
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161 Contextual effects on number–time interaction Lu, Aitao
2009
3-4 1 p. 117-122
6 p.
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162 Continuous visual cues trigger automatic spatial target updating in dynamic scenes Meyerhoff, Hauke S.
2011
3-4 1 p. 73-82
10 p.
artikel
163 Contours of time: Topographic construals of past, present, and future in the Yupno valley of Papua New Guinea Núñez, Rafael
2012
3-4 1 p. 25-35
11 p.
artikel
164 Contrasting effects of phonological priming in aphasic word production Wilshire, Carolyn E.
2005
3-4 1 p. 31-71
41 p.
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165 Core knowledge and its limits: The domain of food Shutts, Kristin
2009
3-4 1 p. 120-140
21 p.
artikel
166 Correlates of linguistic rhythm in the speech signal Ramus, Franck
2000
3-4 1 p. AD3-AD30
nvt p.
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167 Corrigendum to “The role of answer fluency and perceptual fluency as metacognitive cues for initiating analytic thinking” [COGNIT 128/2 (2013) 237–251] Thompson, Valerie A.
2014
3-4 1 p. 140-
1 p.
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168 Covariation and quantifier polarity: What determines causal attribution in vignettes? Majid, Asifa
2006
3-4 1 p. 35-51
17 p.
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169 Creating number semantics through finger movement perception Badets, Arnaud
2010
3-4 1 p. 46-53
8 p.
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170 Creators’ intentions bias judgments of function independently from causal inferences Chaigneau, Sergio E.
2008
3-4 1 p. 123-132
10 p.
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171 Cross cultural differences in unconscious knowledge Kiyokawa, Sachiko
2012
3-4 1 p. 16-24
9 p.
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172 Cross-cultural music cognition: cognitive methodology applied to North Sami yoiks Krumhansl, Carol L.
2000
3-4 1 p. 13-58
46 p.
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173 Cross-linguistic differences in parsing: Restrictions on the use of the Late Closure strategy in Spanish Cuetos, Fernando
1988
3-4 1 p. 73-105
33 p.
artikel
174 Cross-linguistic regularities in the frequency of number words Dehaene, Stanislas
1992
3-4 1 p. 1-29
29 p.
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175 Cross-modal facilitation in speech prosody Foxton, Jessica M.
2010
3-4 1 p. 71-78
8 p.
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176 Cross-modal interactions in the perception of musical performance Vines, Bradley W.
2006
3-4 1 p. 80-113
34 p.
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177 Cruel nature: Harmfulness as an important, overlooked dimension in judgments of moral standing Piazza, Jared
2014
3-4 1 p. 108-124
17 p.
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178 Culture, category salience, and inductive reasoning Choi, Incheol
1997
3-4 1 p. 15-32
18 p.
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179 Curious eyes: Individual differences in personality predict eye movement behavior in scene-viewing Risko, Evan F.
2012
3-4 1 p. 86-90
5 p.
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180 Decade breaks in the mental number line? Putting the tens and units back in different bins Nuerk, Hans-Christoph
2001
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201 Direct causation in the linguistic coding and individuation of causal events Wolff, Phillip
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202 Discourse-mediation of the mapping between language and the visual world: Eye movements and mental representation Altmann, Gerry T.M.
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210 Distal rhythm influences whether or not listeners hear a word in continuous speech: Support for a perceptual grouping hypothesis Morrill, Tuuli H.
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211 Do English and Mandarin speakers think about time differently? Boroditsky, Lera
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212 Does language guide event perception? Evidence from eye movements Papafragou, Anna
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214 Does rank have its privilege? Inductive inferences within folkbiological taxonomies Coley, J.D
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217 Do infants detect indirect reciprocity? Meristo, Marek
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218 Do infants possess an evolved spider-detection mechanism? Rakison, David H.
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219 Do infants show social preferences for people differing in race? Kinzler, Katherine D.
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220 Domain specificity versus expertise: factors influencing distinct processing of faces Carmel, David
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221 Domain-specific rationality in human choices: violations of utility axioms and social contexts Wang, X.T.
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222 Do 5-month-old infants see humans as material objects? Kuhlmeier, Valerie A
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226 Earliest recollections of childhood: a demographic analysis Mullen, Mary K.
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227 Early and late processes in syllogistic reasoning: Evidence from eye-movements Espino, Orlando
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228 Early developments in children's spatial monitoring Sophian, Catherine
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229 Early noun vocabularies: do ontology, category structure and syntax correspond? Samuelson, Larissa K.
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303 Effects of language experience on the perception of American Sign Language Morford, Jill P.
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304 Effects of physical connectivity on the representational unity of multi-part configurations van Lier, Robert
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306 Embodied and disembodied cognition: Spatial perspective-taking Tversky, Barbara
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307 Embodied communication: Speakers’ gestures affect listeners’ actions Cook, Susan Wagner
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308 Emerging bilingualism: Dissociating advantages for metalinguistic awareness and executive control Bialystok, Ellen
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309 Emotion knowledge and autobiographical memory across the preschool years: A cross-cultural longitudinal investigation Wang, Qi
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310 Enhanced dimension-specific visual working memory in grapheme–color synesthesia Terhune, Devin Blair
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311 Enumeration versus multiple object tracking: the case of action video game players Green, C.S.
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312 Episodic future thinking in 3- to 5-year-old children: The ability to think of what will be needed from a different point of view Russell, James
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316 Escaping capture: Bilingualism modulates distraction from working memory Hernández, Mireia
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317 Establishing object correspondence across eye movements: Flexible use of spatiotemporal and surface feature information Richard, Ashleigh M.
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318 Estimating causal strength: the role of structural knowledge and processing effort Waldmann, Michael R
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319 Estimating the probability of negative events Harris, Adam J.L.
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320 Evaluating ritual efficacy: Evidence from the supernatural Legare, Cristine H.
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322 Evidence for distinct contributions of form and motion information to the recognition of emotions from body gestures Atkinson, Anthony P.
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323 Evidence for the activation of sensorimotor information during visual word recognition: The body–object interaction effect Siakaluk, Paul D.
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324 Evocation of functional and volumetric gestural knowledge by objects and words Bub, Daniel N.
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325 Evolution, selection and cognition: From “learning” to parameter setting in biology and in the study of language Piattelli-Palmarini, Massimo
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326 Exemplar similarity and rule application Hahn, Ulrike
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327 Expectancy in melody: tests of the implication-realization model Schellenberg, E.Glenn
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332 Eye contact elicits bodily self-awareness in human adults Baltazar, Matias
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333 Eye movements and processing difficulty in object relative clauses Staub, Adrian
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334 Eye movements during multiple object tracking: Where do participants look? Fehd, Hilda M.
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335 Face perception is category-specific: Evidence from normal body perception in acquired prosopagnosia Susilo, Tirta
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340 Fast mapping, slow learning: Disambiguation of novel word–object mappings in relation to vocabulary learning at 18, 24, and 30months Bion, Ricardo A.H.
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341 Fear shapes information acquisition in decisions from experience Frey, Renato
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343 Feeling robots and human zombies: Mind perception and the uncanny valley Gray, Kurt
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345 Finger movements in braille reading: The effect of local ambiguity Mousty, Philippe
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346 First language acquisition differs from second language acquisition in prelingually deaf signers: Evidence from sensitivity to grammaticality judgement in British Sign Language Cormier, Kearsy
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347 First words and first memories Morrison, Catriona M.
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348 Five-month-old infants know humans are solid, like inanimate objects Saxe, Rebecca
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355 Fortune favors the ( ): Effects of disfluency on educational outcomes Diemand-Yauman, Connor
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356 Found and missed: Failing to recognize a search target despite moving it Solman, Grayden J.F.
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357 Foundations of cooperation in young children Olson, Kristina R.
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359 Frames of reference for the light-from-above prior in visual search and shape judgements Adams, Wendy J
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361 Free-ranging rhesus monkeys spontaneously individuate and enumerate small numbers of non-solid portions Wood, Justin N.
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362 Frequency trajectory effects in Chinese character recognition: Evidence for the arbitrary mapping hypothesis You, Wenping
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363 Frequent frames as a cue for grammatical categories in child directed speech Mintz, Toben H
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364 From rote learning to system building: acquiring verb morphology in children and connectionist nets Plunkett, Kim
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365 Gaze durations during speech reflect word selection and phonological encoding Griffin, Zenzi M
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686 Revisiting the limits of language: The odor lexicon of Maniq Wnuk, Ewelina
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714 Size before numbers: Conceptual size primes numerical value Gabay, Shai
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721 Solving belief problems: toward a task analysis Roth, Daniel
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724 Some issues in the linguistic description of agrammatism Lapointe, Steven G.
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725 Some reflections on L.S. Vygotsky's thought and language Fodor, Jerry
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943 What happened to the “n” of sink? Children's spellings of final consonant clusters Treiman, Rebecca
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38 p.
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944 What is a theory? A response to Springer Yates, Jack
1990
3-4 1 p. 91-96
6 p.
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945 What is the relationship between synaesthesia and visuo-spatial number forms? Sagiv, Noam
2006
3-4 1 p. 114-128
15 p.
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946 What's lost in inverted faces? Rhodes, Gillian
1993
3-4 1 p. 25-57
33 p.
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947 What sort of innate structure is needed to “bootstrap” into syntax? Braine, Martin D.S.
1992
3-4 1 p. 77-100
24 p.
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948 When can we say ‘if’? Evans, Jonathan St.B.T.
2008
3-4 1 p. 100-116
17 p.
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949 When do speakers take into account common ground? Horton, William S.
1996
3-4 1 p. 91-117
27 p.
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950 When explanations compete: the role of explanatory coherence on judgements of likelihood Sloman, Steven A.
1994
3-4 1 p. 1-21
21 p.
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951 When humans become animals: Development of the animal category in early childhood Herrmann, Patricia A.
2012
3-4 1 p. 74-79
6 p.
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952 When is a computer not a computer? Kugel, Peter
1986
3-4 1 p. 89-94
6 p.
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953 When pictures lie: Children’s misunderstanding of photographs Donnelly, Katherine E.
2013
3-4 1 p. 51-62
12 p.
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954 When representations conflict with reality: The preschooler's problem with false beliefs and “false” photographs Zaitchik, Deborah
1990
3-4 1 p. 41-68
28 p.
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955 When sentimental rules collide: “Norms with feelings” in the dilemmatic context Royzman, Edward B.
2011
3-4 1 p. 101-114
14 p.
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956 When we think about thinking: The acquisition of belief verbs Papafragou, Anna
2007
3-4 1 p. 125-165
41 p.
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957 Where to look first for children's knowledge of false beliefs Siegal, Michael
1991
3-4 1 p. 1-12
12 p.
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958 Who is talking in backward crosstalk? Disentangling response- from goal-conflict in dual-task performance Janczyk, Markus
2014
3-4 1 p. 30-43
14 p.
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959 Whose is the fallacy? A rejoinder to Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky Cohen, L.Jonathan
1980
3-4 1 p. 89-92
4 p.
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960 Why are dunkels sticky? Preschoolers infer functionality and intentional creation for artifact properties learned from generic language Cimpian, Andrei
2010
3-4 1 p. 62-68
7 p.
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961 Why did this happen to me? Religious believers’ and non-believers’ teleological reasoning about life events Banerjee, Konika
2014
3-4 1 p. 277-303
27 p.
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962 Why essences are essential in the psychology of concepts Ahn, Woo-kyoung
2001
3-4 1 p. 59-69
11 p.
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963 Why stereotypes don’t even make good defaults Connolly, Andrew C.
2007
3-4 1 p. 1-22
22 p.
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964 Why superordinate category terms can be mass nouns Markman, Ellen M.
1985
3-4 1 p. 31-53
23 p.
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965 Why we are so good at catching cheaters Fodor, Jerry
2000
3-4 1 p. 29-32
4 p.
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966 Without a theory of mind one cannot participate in a conversation Baron-Cohen, Simon
1988
3-4 1 p. 83-84
2 p.
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967 Word associations and the development of lexical memory Petrey, Sandy
1977
3-4 1 p. 57-71
15 p.
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968 Word form encoding in Chinese word naming and word typing Chen, Jenn-Yeu
2011
3-4 1 p. 140-146
7 p.
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969 Word frequency, function words and the second gavagai problem Hochmann, Jean-Rémy
2013
3-4 1 p. 13-25
13 p.
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970 Word informativity influences acoustic duration: Effects of contextual predictability on lexical representation Seyfarth, Scott
2014
3-4 1 p. 140-155
16 p.
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971 Word learning does not end at fast-mapping: Evolution of verb meanings through reorganization of an entire semantic domain Saji, Noburo
2011
3-4 1 p. 45-61
17 p.
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972 Word learning is ‘smart’: evidence that conceptual information affects preschoolers' extension of novel words Booth, Amy E
2002
3-4 1 p. B11-B22
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973 Word meaning and the control of eye fixation: semantic competitor effects and the visual world paradigm Huettig, Falk
2005
3-4 1 p. B23-B32
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974 Word order and information status in child language Narasimhan, Bhuvana
2008
3-4 1 p. 317-329
13 p.
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975 Words (but not Tones) facilitate object categorization: Evidence from 6- and 12-month-olds Fulkerson, Anne L.
2007
3-4 1 p. 218-228
11 p.
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976 Working memory for patterned sequences of auditory objects in a songbird Comins, Jordan A.
2010
3-4 1 p. 38-53
16 p.
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977 Working memory predicts semantic comprehension in dichotic listening in older adults James, Philip J.
2014
3-4 1 p. 32-42
11 p.
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978 Working memory updating and the development of rule-guided behavior Amso, Dima
2014
3-4 1 p. 201-210
10 p.
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979 Yes, we still need Universal Grammar Lidz, Jeffrey
2004
3-4 1 p. 85-93
9 p.
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980 You do not find your own face faster; you just look at it longer Devue, Christel
2009
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9 p.
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981 Young children proactively remedy unnoticed accidents Warneken, Felix
2013
3-4 1 p. 101-108
8 p.
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982 Young children’s mapping between arrays, number words, and digits Benoit, Laurent
2013
3-4 1 p. 95-101
7 p.
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983 Young infants’ actions reveal their developing knowledge of support variables: Converging evidence for violation-of-expectation findings Hespos, Susan J.
2008
3-4 1 p. 304-316
13 p.
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984 Your divided attention, please! The maintenance of multiple attentional control sets over distinct regions in space Adamo, Maha
2008
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9 p.
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