Deborah Kelemen
Deborah Kelemen
Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Boston University
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Are children “intuitive theists”? Reasoning about purpose and design in nature
D Kelemen
Psychological science 15 (5), 295-301, 2004
7682004
The scope of teleological thinking in preschool children
D Kelemen
Cognition 70 (3), 241-272, 1999
4721999
The human function compunction: Teleological explanation in adults
D Kelemen, E Rosset
Cognition 111 (1), 138-143, 2009
4682009
Why are rocks pointy? Children's preference for teleological explanations of the natural world.
D Kelemen
Developmental psychology 35 (6), 1440, 1999
3701999
Function, goals and intention: Children’s teleological reasoning about objects
D Kelemen
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 3 (12), 461-468, 1999
3431999
Professional physical scientists display tenacious teleological tendencies: Purpose-based reasoning as a cognitive default.
D Kelemen, J Rottman, R Seston
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2012
3042012
Intuitions about origins: Purpose and intelligent design in children's reasoning about nature
D Kelemen, C DiYanni
Journal of Cognition and Development 6 (1), 3-31, 2005
2712005
Young children's rapid learning about artifacts
K Casler, D Kelemen
Developmental Science 8 (6), 472-480, 2005
2332005
Inferring design: Evidence of a preference for teleological explanations in patients with Alzheimer's disease
T Lombrozo, D Kelemen, D Zaitchik
Psychological Science 18 (11), 999-1006, 2007
1712007
The essence of artifacts: Developing the design stance
D Kelemen, S Carey
Creations of the mind: Theories of artifacts and their representation, 212-230, 2007
1582007
British and American children's preferences for teleo-functional explanations of the natural world
D Kelemen
Cognition 88 (2), 201-221, 2003
1512003
Teleological minds
D Kelemen
Evolution challenges: Integrating research and practice in teaching and …, 2012
1422012
Young children can be taught basic natural selection using a picture-storybook intervention
D Kelemen, NA Emmons, R Seston Schillaci, PA Ganea
Psychological science 25 (4), 893-902, 2014
1372014
Syntactic cues in the acquisition of collective nouns
P Bloom, D Kelemen
Cognition 56 (1), 1-30, 1995
1361995
Tainting the soul: Purity concerns predict moral judgments of suicide
J Rottman, D Kelemen, L Young
Cognition 130 (2), 217-226, 2014
1302014
Reasoning about artifacts at 24 months: The developing teleo-functional stance
K Casler, D Kelemen
Cognition 103 (1), 120-130, 2007
1222007
Developmental continuity in teleo-functional explanation: Reasoning about nature among Romanian Romani adults
K Casler, D Kelemen
Journal of Cognition and Development 9 (3), 340-362, 2008
1182008
Preschool children's views on emotion regulation: Functional associations and implications for social-emotional adjustment
TA Dennis, DA Kelemen
International journal of behavioral development 33 (3), 243-252, 2009
1052009
Using a bad tool with good intention: Young children’s imitation of adults’ questionable choices
C DiYanni, D Kelemen
Journal of experimental child psychology 101 (4), 241-261, 2008
972008
Why things happen: teleological explanation in parent-child conversations.
D Kelemen, MA Callanan, K Casler, DR Pérez-Granados
Developmental Psychology 41 (1), 251, 2005
932005
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