Janet J. Boseovski
Janet J. Boseovski
Professor of Developmental Science, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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The development of executive function in early childhood
PD Zelazo, U Müller, D Frye, S Marcovitch, G Argitis, J Boseovski, ...
Monographs of the society for research in child development, i-151, 2003
Children's use of frequency information for trait categorization and behavioral prediction.
JJ Boseovski, K Lee
Developmental psychology 42 (3), 500, 2006
Evidence for “rose‐colored glasses”: An examination of the positivity bias in young children’s personality judgments
JJ Boseovski
Child Development Perspectives 4 (3), 212-218, 2010
Use it or lose it: Examining preschoolers’ difficulty in maintaining and executing a goal
S Marcovitch, JJ Boseovski, RJ Knapp
Developmental Science 10 (5), 559-564, 2007
Goal neglect and working memory capacity in 4‐to 6‐year‐old children
S Marcovitch, JJ Boseovski, RJ Knapp, MJ Kane
Child development 81 (6), 1687-1695, 2010
Seeing the world through rose‐colored glasses? Neglect of consensus information in young children's personality judgments
JJ Boseovski, K Lee
Social Development 17 (2), 399-416, 2008
Self‐reflection and the cognitive control of behavior: Implications for learning
S Marcovitch, S Jacques, JJ Boseovski, PD Zelazo
Mind, Brain, and Education 2 (3), 136-141, 2008
Trust in testimony about strangers: Young children prefer reliable informants who make positive attributions
JJ Boseovski
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 111 (3), 543-551, 2012
Evaluating and approaching a strange animal: Children's trust in informant testimony
JJ Boseovski, SL Thurman
Child Development 85 (2), 824-834, 2014
& Carlson, SM (2003). The development of executive function in early childhood
PD Zelazo, U Müller, D Frye, S Marcovitch, G Argitis, J Boseovski
Monographs of the society for research in child development 68 (3), 1-151, 0
Integration of behavioral frequency and intention information in young children's trait attributions
JJ Boseovski, K Chiu, S Marcovitch
Social Development 22 (1), 38-57, 2013
A cognitive complexity and control framework for the study of autism
PD Zelazo, JA Burack, JJ Boseovski, S Jacques, D Frye
The development of autism: Perspectives from theory and research, 195-217, 2001
Video reminders in a representational change task: Memory for cues but not beliefs or statements
PD Zelazo, JJ Boseovski
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 78 (2), 107-129, 2001
It's all good: Children's personality attributions after repeated success and failure in peer and computer interactions
JJ Boseovski, S Shallwani, K Lee
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 27 (4), 783-797, 2009
Expertise in unexpected places: Children’s acceptance of information from gender counter-stereotypical experts
JJ Boseovski, C Hughes, SE Miller
Journal of experimental child psychology 141, 161-176, 2016
When peer performance matters: Effects of expertise and traits on children's self‐evaluations after social comparison
C Lapan, JJ Boseovski
Child development 88 (6), 1860-1872, 2017
Role of expertise, consensus, and informational valence in children's performance judgments
JJ Boseovski, KE Marble, C Hughes
Social Development 26 (3), 445-465, 2017
Theory of Mind and children's trait attributions about average and typically stigmatized peers
C Lapan, JJ Boseovski
Infant and Child Development 25 (2), 158-178, 2016
American Remakes of British Television: Transformations and Mistranslations
J Andrews, S Barlaam, P Booth, JJ Boseovski, D Downes, B Ekdale, ...
Lexington Books, 2011
Young children's ability to use ordinal labels in a spatial search task
SE Miller, S Marcovitch, JJ Boseovski, DJ Lewkowicz
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 61 (3), 345-361, 2015
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