Maria D Sera
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When language affects cognition and when it does not: An analysis of grammatical gender and classification.
MD Sera, C Elieff, J Forbes, MC Burch, W Rodríguez, DP Dubois
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 131 (3), 377, 2002
Grammatical and conceptual forces in the attribution of gender by English and Spanish speakers
MD Sera, CAH Berge, J del Castillo Pintado
Cognitive development 9 (3), 261-292, 1994
A developmental analysis of the polar structure of dimensions
LB Smith, MD Sera
Cognitive psychology 24 (1), 99-142, 1992
To be or to be: Use and acquisition of the Spanish copulas
MD Sera
Journal of Memory and Language 31 (3), 408-427, 1992
Children's understanding of epistemic modals
IA Noveck, S Ho, M Sera
Journal of child language 23 (3), 621-643, 1996
Does learning Spanish grammatical gender change English-speaking adults' categorization of inanimate objects?
E Kurinski, MD Sera
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 14 (2), 203-220, 2011
Big and little:“Nominal” and relative uses
M Sera, LB Smith
Cognitive Development 2 (2), 89-111, 1987
Executive function and magnitude skills in preschool children
EO Prager, MD Sera, SM Carlson
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 147, 126-139, 2016
“Higher” and “lower”: Comparative and categorical interpretations by children
LB Smith, MJ Rattermann, M Sera
Cognitive Development 3 (4), 341-357, 1988
Grammatical gender affects bilinguals’ conceptual gender: Implications for linguistic relativity and decision making
JN Forbes, D Poulin-Dubois, MR Rivero, MD Sera
The Open Applied Linguistics Journal 1 (1), 2008
Classifier effects on human categorization: The role of shape classifiers in Mandarin Chinese
JY Kuo, MD Sera
Journal of East Asian Linguistics 18, 1-19, 2009
What's in a shape? Children represent shape variability differently than adults when naming objects
M Abecassis, MD Sera, A Yonas, J Schwade
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 78 (3), 213-239, 2001
The acquisition of spatial constructions in American Sign Language and English
AJ Martin, MD Sera
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 11 (4), 391-402, 2006
Ser Helps Speakers Identify “Real” Properties
MD Sera, DW Bales, JC Pintado
Child Development 68 (5), 820-831, 1997
Developing definitions of objects and events in English and Spanish speakers
MD Sera, EL Reittinger, J del Castillo Pintado
Cognitive Development 6 (2), 119-142, 1991
13 The development of thinking
LB Smith, M Sera, B Gattuso
The psychology of human thought, 366, 1988
Language and ontological knowledge: The contrast between objects and events made by Spanish and English speakers
MD Sera, J Gathje, J del Castillo Pintado
Journal of Memory and Language 41 (3), 303-326, 1999
Preschoolers' understanding of stable and changeable characteristics
DW Bales, MD Sera
Cognitive Development 10 (1), 69-107, 1995
Spanish grammatical gender: Its effects on categorization in native Hungarian speakers
E Kurinski, E Jambor, MD Sera
International Journal of Bilingualism 20 (1), 76-93, 2016
Reliance on visual and verbal information across ontological kinds: What do children know about animals and machines?
KE Freeman, MD Sera
Cognitive Development 11 (3), 315-341, 1996
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