Susan Gelman
Susan Gelman
Heinz Werner Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
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The essential child: Origins of essentialism in everyday thought
SA Gelman
Oxford University Press, USA, 2003
20792003
Categories and induction in young children
SA Gelman, EM Markman
Elsevier, 1986
14681986
Mapping the mind
LA Hirschfeld, SA Gelman
Cambridge University Press, 1994
14521994
Cognitive development: Foundational theories of core domains
HM Wellman, SA Gelman
Annual review of psychology 43 (1), 337-375, 1992
12411992
Insides and essences: Early understandings of the non-obvious
SA Gelman, HM Wellman
Elsevier, 1991
11211991
Knowledge acquisition in foundational domains.
HM Wellman, SA Gelman
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1998
8991998
The development of induction within natural kind and artifact categories
SA Gelman
Cognitive psychology 20 (1), 65-95, 1988
7421988
Are ethnic groups biological “species” to the human brain? Essentialism in our cognition of some social categories
FJ GilWhite, R Astuti, S Atran, M Banton, P Boyer, SA Gelman, ...
Current anthropology 42 (4), 515-553, 2001
7062001
Young children's inductions from natural kinds: The role of categories and appearances
SA Gelman, EM Markman
Child development, 1532-1541, 1987
6681987
The role of covariation versus mechanism information in causal attribution
W Ahn, CW Kalish, DL Medin, SA Gelman
Cognition 54 (3), 299-352, 1995
5401995
The importance of knowing a dodo is a bird: Categories and inferences in 2-year-old children.
SA Gelman, JD Coley
Developmental psychology 26 (5), 796, 1990
5061990
Psychological essentialism in children
SA Gelman
Trends in cognitive sciences 8 (9), 404-409, 2004
4712004
Putting the “noun bias” in context: A comparison of English and Mandarin
T Tardif, SA Gelman, F Xu
Child Development 70 (3), 620-635, 1999
3921999
Learning from others: Children's construction of concepts
SA Gelman
Annual review of psychology 60, 115-140, 2009
3812009
Inferring properties from categories versus inferring categories from properties: The case of gender
SA Gelman, P Collman, EE Maccoby
Child development, 396-404, 1986
3381986
Carrot-eaters and creature-believers: The effects of lexicalization on children's inferences about social categories
SA Gelman, GD Heyman
Psychological Science 10 (6), 489-493, 1999
3351999
Beyond labeling: The role of maternal input in the acquisition of richly structured categories
SA Gelman, JD Coley, KS Rosengren, E Hartman, A Pappas, FC Keil
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child development, i-157, 1998
3261998
13 Essentialist beliefs in children: The acquisition of concepts and theories
SA Gelman, JD Coley, GM Gottfried
Mapping the mind: Domain specificity in cognition and culture, 341-365, 1994
3241994
How biological is essentialism
SA Gelman, LA Hirschfeld
Folkbiology 9, 403-446, 1999
3121999
As time goes by: Children's early understanding of growth in animals
KS Rosengren, SA Gelman, CW Kalish, M McCormick
Child Development 62 (6), 1302-1320, 1991
3091991
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