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Bloom, P.
Bloom, Paul
Bloom, Paul J.
Paul Bloom (American psychologist)
Paul Bloom (Amerikaans psycholoog)
Paul Bloom (US-amerikanischer Psychologe)
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1963-
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Arts, Wim
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Jackendoff, Ray (1945-...)
Jackendoff, Ray S.
Jacobson, Heidi Zuckerman
Krips-Schmidt, Katrin
Macnamara, John (1929-1996)
Macnamara, John Theodore
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Nadel, Lynn (1942-....))
Peterson, Mary A.
Wynn, Karen
Yale University Affiliation (see also from)
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Are There Principles That Apply Only to the Acquisition of Words? A Reply to Waxman and Booth
Attribution of dispositional states by 12-month-olds
b&d
bambino di Cartesio, Il : la psicologia evolutiva spiega che cosa ci rende umani ; traduzione di Adria Tissoni
Behavior. Can a dog learn a word?
Belief and doubt
Buoni si nasce : le origini del bene e del male ; traduzione di Sara Prencipe
Can a Dog Learn a Word?
Capacities Underlying Word Learning
Causal deviance and the attribution of moral responsibility
Celebrity Contagion and the Value of Objects
Childhood Origins of Adult Resistance to Science
Children are cursed: an asymmetric bias in mental-state attribution.
Children Prefer Certain Individuals over Perfect Duplicates
Children's and Adults' Judgments of Equitable Resource Distributions
Children's extension of disgust to physical and moral events.
Children's Knowledge of Binding and Coreference: Evidence from Spontaneous Speech
Children's reliance on creator's intent in extending names for artifacts
Children's understanding of the Ulysses conflict
Children think before they speak
Conservatives are more easily disgusted than liberals
Curse of Knowledge in Reasoning About False Beliefs, The
Descartes' baby: how the science of child development explains what makes us human
Determination of monaural sensitivity changes due to the pinna by use of minimum-audible-field measurements in the lateral vertical plane.
Developmental changes in the understanding of generics
Disgust sensitivity predicts intuitive disapproval of gays.
Do 5-Month-Old Infants See Humans as Material Objects?
Enumeration of collective entities by 5-month-old infants.
Esencia del placer, La
Evaluation of a dereverberation technique with normal and impaired listeners.
Evidence against a dedicated system for word learning in children.
FAMILY, COMMUNITY, TROLLEY PROBLEMS, AND THE CRISIS IN MORAL PSYCHOLOGY
Fundamentals of comparative cognition, 2013:
geheim van genot, Het : nieuwe inzichten in waarom en hoe we genieten
Generativity within language and other cognitive domains
Handbook of marketing and society
How children learn the meanings of words
How do morals change?
How pleasure works the new science of why we like what we like
How special are objects? Children's reasoning about objects, parts, and holes.
How specific is the shape bias?
Intention and analogy in children's naming of pictorial representations
Intention, history, and artifact concepts.
Is a Refrigerator Good or Evil? The Moral Evaluation of Everyday Objects
Is grammar special?
Jak se děti učí významu slov
Jedes Kind kennt Gut und Böse wie das Gewissen entsteht
Just babies : the origins of good and evil
Language acquisition : core readings
Language and space
Language and thought: does grammar makes us smart?
Language capacities: Is grammar special?
Language, logic, and concepts : essays in memory of John Macnamara
Linguistic Cues in the Acquisition of Number Words
mind on stage: why cognitive scientists should study acting, The
Mindreading, Communication and the Learning of Names for Things
More than Words: A Reply to Malt and Sloman
Origins of Cognitive Dissonance: Evidence From Children and Monkeys, The
Oxford series in cognitive development
perceived intentionality of groups., The
Precis of How Children Learn the Meanings of Words
Preschoolers Are Sensitive to the Speaker's Knowledge when Learning Proper Names
Preschoolers' Perspective Taking in Word Learning: Do They Blindly Follow Eye Gaze?
Primer word learning.
Proč se nám líbí to, co se nám líbí : co všechno nám lidem přináší potěšení
Psychological essentialism in selecting the 14th Dalai Lama.
Religion is natural
Research Report
Role of Historical Intuitions in Children's and Adults' Naming of Artifacts, The
scienza del piacere, La : l'irresistibile attrazione verso il cibo, l'arte, l'amore ; traduzione di Bruna Tortorella
Semantic structure and language development
Semantics and the Bootstrapping Problem
shape of thought, The
Social evaluation by preverbal infants.
Syntactic distinctions in child language
Theories of artifact categorization.
Thinking through Language
Three- And Four-Year-Olds Spontaneously Use Others' Past Performance to Guide Their Learning
Three-month-olds show a negativity bias in their social evaluations
To tylko dzieci
Two reasons to abandon the false belief task as a test of theory of mind.
Two-year-olds appreciate the dual nature of pictures.
Two-year-olds use artist intention to understand drawings
Understanding children's and adults' limitations in mental state reasoning.
Varieties of Social Cognition
What Does Batman Think about SpongeBob? Children's Understanding of the Fantasy/Fantasy Distinction
Young Children Are Sensitive to How an Object Was Created when Deciding What to Name It
Young children separate multiple pretend worlds
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