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The relations between children’s communicative perspective-taking and executive functioning
ES Nilsen, SA Graham
Cognitive psychology 58 (2), 220-249, 2009
3282009
The influence of shape similarity and shared labels on infants’ inductive inferences about nonobvious object properties
AN Welder, SA Graham
Child development 72 (6), 1653-1673, 2001
2922001
Thirteen‐month‐olds rely on shared labels and shape similarity for inductive inferences
SA Graham, CS Kilbreath, AN Welder
Child development 75 (2), 409-427, 2004
2582004
Parenting behavior and child language: A meta-analysis
S Madigan, H Prime, SA Graham, M Rodrigues, N Anderson, J Khoury, ...
Pediatrics 144 (4), 2019
2302019
Linking quality and quantity of parental linguistic input to child language skills: A meta‐analysis
NJ Anderson, SA Graham, H Prime, JM Jenkins, S Madigan
Child Development 92 (2), 484-501, 2021
1662021
Risk and protective factors for late talking: An epidemiologic investigation
BA Collisson, SA Graham, JL Preston, MS Rose, S McDonald, S Tough
The Journal of pediatrics 172, 168-174. e1, 2016
1532016
Storytelling as a foundation to literacy development for Aboriginal children: Culturally and developmentally appropriate practices.
A McKeough, S Bird, E Tourigny, A Romaine, S Graham, J Ottmann, ...
Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne 49 (2), 148, 2008
1512008
Early lexical development: The contribution of parental labelling and infants' categorization abilities
D Poulin-Dubois, S Graham, L Sippola
Journal of Child Language 22 (2), 325-343, 1995
1461995
The role of comparison in preschoolers’ novel object categorization
SA Graham, LL Namy, D Gentner, K Meagher
Journal of experimental child psychology 107 (3), 280-290, 2010
1182010
Cohort profile: the All Our Babies pregnancy cohort (AOB)
SC Tough, SW McDonald, BA Collisson, SA Graham, H Kehler, ...
International Journal of Epidemiology 46 (5), 1389-1390k, 2017
1082017
Infants' reliance on shape to generalize novel labels to animate and inanimate objects
SA Graham, D Poulin-Dubois
Journal of child language 26 (2), 295-320, 1999
1061999
Nineteen-month-olds' understanding of the conventionality of object labels versus desires
SA Graham, H Stock, AME Henderson
Infancy 9 (3), 341-350, 2006
1022006
Two-year-olds' appreciation of the shared nature of novel object labels
AME Henderson, SA Graham
Journal of Cognition and Development 6 (3), 381-402, 2005
1012005
A developmental cascade from prenatal stress to child internalizing and externalizing problems
RF Hentges, SA Graham, A Plamondon, S Tough, S Madigan
Journal of pediatric psychology 44 (9), 1057-1067, 2019
922019
Category markers or attributes: why do labels guide infants' inductive inferences?
J Keates, SA Graham
Psychological Science 19 (12), 1287-1293, 2008
902008
Preschoolers' and adults' reliance on object shape and object function for lexical extension
SA Graham, LD Williams, JF Huber
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 74 (2), 128-151, 1999
881999
Two‐year‐olds use the generic/nongeneric distinction to guide their inferences about novel kinds
SA Graham, SL Nayer, SA Gelman
Child development 82 (2), 493-507, 2011
862011
Preschoolers’ appreciation of speaker vocal affect as a cue to referential intent
JMJ Berman, CG Chambers, SA Graham
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 107 (2), 87-99, 2010
862010
Fifteen-month-old infants attend to shape over other perceptual properties in an induction task
SA Graham, G Diesendruck
Cognitive Development 25 (2), 111-123, 2010
832010
It's a sign of the kind: gestures and words guide infants' inductive inferences.
SA Graham, CS Kilbreath
Developmental Psychology 43 (5), 1111, 2007
822007
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