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sandra waxman
Department of Psychology, Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University
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Words as invitations to form categories: Evidence from 12-to 13-month-old infants
SR Waxman, DB Markow
Cognitive psychology 29 (3), 257-302, 1995
10881995
Do words facilitate object categorization in 9-month-old infants?
MT Balaban, SR Waxman
Journal of experimental child psychology 64 (1), 3-26, 1997
6061997
Early word-learning entails reference, not merely associations
SR Waxman, SA Gelman
Trends in cognitive sciences 13 (6), 258-263, 2009
3782009
Seeing pink elephants: Fourteen-month-olds' interpretations of novel nouns and adjectives
SR Waxman, AE Booth
Cognitive psychology 43 (3), 217-242, 2001
3732001
Words and gestures: Infants' interpretations of different forms of symbolic reference
LL Namy, SR Waxman
Child development 69 (2), 295-308, 1998
3611998
Preschoolers' use of superordinate relations in classification and language
S Waxman, R Gelman
Cognitive Development 1 (2), 139-156, 1986
3581986
Words (but not tones) facilitate object categorization: Evidence from 6-and 12-month-olds
AL Fulkerson, SR Waxman
Cognition 105 (1), 218-228, 2007
3562007
A collaborative approach to infant research: Promoting reproducibility, best practices, and theory‐building
MC Frank, E Bergelson, C Bergmann, A Cristia, C Floccia, J Gervain, ...
Infancy 22 (4), 421-435, 2017
3322017
Categorization in 3‐and 4‐month‐old infants: an advantage of words over tones
AL Ferry, SJ Hespos, SR Waxman
Child development 81 (2), 472-479, 2010
3232010
Object names and object functions serve as cues to categories for infants.
AE Booth, S Waxman
Developmental psychology 38 (6), 948, 2002
3012002
Nouns mark category relations: Toddlers' and preschoolers' word‐learning biases
SR Waxman, TD Kosowski
Child development 61 (5), 1461-1473, 1990
2871990
Early world learning
SR Waxman, JL Lidz
Handbook of child psychology 2, 2007
2652007
Linguistic biases and the establishment of conceptual hierarchies: Evidence from preschool children
SR Waxman
Cognitive Development 5 (2), 123-150, 1990
2601990
What infants know about syntax but couldn't have learned: experimental evidence for syntactic structure at 18 months
J Lidz, S Waxman, J Freedman
Cognition 89 (3), 295-303, 2003
2592003
Word learning is ‘smart’: evidence that conceptual information affects preschoolers' extension of novel words
AE Booth, SR Waxman
Cognition 84 (1), B11-B22, 2002
2492002
Folkbiological reasoning from a cross-cultural developmental perspective: early essentialist notions are shaped by cultural beliefs.
S Waxman, D Medin, N Ross
Developmental psychology 43 (2), 294, 2007
2482007
What paradox? Referential cues allow for infant use of phonetic detail in word learning
CT Fennell, SR Waxman
Child development 81 (5), 1376-1383, 2010
2352010
The role of comparison in the extension of novel adjectives.
SR Waxman, RS Klibanoff
Developmental psychology 36 (5), 571, 2000
2312000
Basic level object categories support the acquisition of novel adjectives: Evidence from preschool‐aged children
RS Klibanoff, SR Waxman
Child development 71 (3), 649-659, 2000
2222000
The development of a linkage between count nouns and object categories: Evidence from fifteen‐to twenty‐one‐month‐old infants
SR Waxman, DG Hall
Child development 64 (4), 1224-1241, 1993
2131993
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