Patricia Brosseau-Liard
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When can categorical variables be treated as continuous? A comparison of robust continuous and categorical SEM estimation methods under suboptimal conditions.
M Rhemtulla, PÉ Brosseau-Liard, V Savalei
Psychological Methods 17 (3), 354, 2012
An Investigation of the Sample Performance of Two Nonnormality Corrections for RMSEA
PE Brosseau-Liard, V Savalei, L Li
Multivariate Behavioral Research 47 (6), 904-930, 2012
Adjusting Incremental Fit Indices for Nonnormality
PE Brosseau-Liard, V Savalei
Multivariate Behavioral Research 49 (5), 460-470, 2014
‘I bet you know more and are nicer too!’: what children infer from others’ accuracy
PE Brosseau‐Liard, SAJ Birch
Developmental science 13 (5), 772-778, 2010
The Developmental Origins of Selective Social Learning
D Poulin-Dubois, P Brosseau-Liard
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (1), 60-64, 2016
Epistemic States and Traits: Preschoolers Appreciate the Differential Informativeness of Situation‐Specific and Person‐Specific Cues to Knowledge
PE Brosseau‐Liard, SAJ Birch
Child development 82 (6), 1788-1796, 2011
You Seem Certain but You Were Wrong Before: Developmental Change in Preschoolers’ Relative Trust in Accurate versus Confident Speakers
P Brosseau-Liard, T Cassels, S Birch
PloS one 9 (9), e108308, 2014
Sensitivity to Confidence Cues Increases during the Second Year of Life
PE Brosseau‐Liard, D Poulin‐Dubois
Infancy 19 (5), 461-475, 2014
Theory of mind selectively predicts preschoolers’ knowledge‐based selective word learning
P Brosseau‐Liard, D Penney, D Poulin‐Dubois
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 33 (4), 464-475, 2015
Culture-gene coevolutionary theory and children’s selective social learning
EC Cultural
Navigating the social world: What infants, children, and other species can …, 2013
A ‘curse of knowledge’in the absence of knowledge? People misattribute fluency when judging how common knowledge is among their peers
SAJ Birch, PE Brosseau-Liard, T Haddock, SE Ghrear
Cognition 166, 447-458, 2017
The roots of critical thinking: Selective learning strategies in childhood and their implications.
PÉ Brosseau-Liard
Canadian Psychology/psychologie canadienne 58 (3), 263, 2017
Perspectives on Perspective Taking: How Children Think About the Minds of Others
SAJ Birch, V Li, T Haddock, SE Ghrear, P Brosseau-Liard, A Baimel, ...
Advances in Child Development and Behavior, 2016
Fiabilité et validité de l’Échelle de compréhension sociale des enfants
P Brosseau-Liard, D Poulin-Dubois
Psychologie Française 64 (4), 331-341, 2019
Individual differences in children’s preferential learning from accurate speakers: stable but fragile
I Cossette, SF Fobert, M Slinger, PE Brosseau-Liard
Journal of Cognition and Development 21 (3), 348-367, 2020
Selective, but Only if It Is Free: Children Trust Inaccurate Individuals More when Alternative Sources Are Costly
PE Brosseau‐Liard
Infant and Child Development 23 (2), 194-209, 2014
Individual differences in children’s preference to learn from a confident informant
AL Juteau, I Cossette, MP Millette, P Brosseau-Liard
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 2006, 2019
Savvy or Haphazard? Comparing Preschoolers’ Performance Across Selective Learning Tasks Based on Different Epistemic Indicators
PE Brosseau-Liard, A Iannuzziello, J Varin
Journal of Cognition and Development 19 (4), 367-388, 2018
Are the products of statistical learning abstract or stimulus-specific?
A Vouloumanos, PE Brosseau-Liard, E Balaban, AD Hager
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 2012
Propriétés psychométriques de la version française (Mesure d’impact; MI-45) du Outcome Questionnaire-45 (OQ-45) en milieu clinique et universitaire.
PÉ Brosseau-Liard, MP Vandette, P Jamshidi, CS Kogan, T Aubry
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 2020
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