Azzurra Ruggeri
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Enhanced memory as a common effect of active learning
DB Markant, A Ruggeri, TM Gureckis, F Xu
Mind, Brain, and Education 10 (3), 142-152, 2016
Children adapt their questions to achieve efficient search
A Ruggeri, T Lombrozo
Cognition 143, 203-216, 2015
Sources of developmental change in the efficiency of information search.
A Ruggeri, T Lombrozo, TL Griffiths, F Xu
Developmental Psychology 52 (12), 2159, 2016
“Why is Toma late to school again?” Preschoolers identify the most informative questions.
A Ruggeri, ZL Sim, F Xu
Developmental psychology 53 (9), 1620, 2017
Searching for rewards like a child means less generalization and more directed exploration
E Schulz, CM Wu, A Ruggeri, B Meder
Psychological science 30 (11), 1561-1572, 2019
Beyond idea generation: The power of groups in developing ideas
K McMahon, A Ruggeri, JE Kämmer, KV Katsikopoulos
Creativity Research Journal 28 (3), 247-257, 2016
The development of adaptive decision making: Recognition-based inference in children and adolescents.
SS Horn, A Ruggeri, T Pachur
Developmental Psychology 52 (9), 1470, 2016
How basic-level objects facilitate question-asking in a categorization task
A Ruggeri, M Feufel
Frontiers in psychology 6, 918, 2015
Braving difficult choices alone: Children's and adolescents' medical decision making
A Ruggeri, M Gummerum, Y Hanoch
PLoS One 9 (8), e103287, 2014
Memory enhancements from active control of learning emerge across development
A Ruggeri, DB Markant, TM Gureckis, M Bretzke, F Xu
Cognition 186, 82-94, 2019
Children search for information as efficiently as adults, but seek additional confirmatory evidence.
A Ruggeri, T Lombrozo, TL Griffiths, F Xu
CogSci, 2015
Make your own kinds of cues: When children make more accurate inferences than adults
A Ruggeri, KV Katsikopoulos
Journal of experimental child psychology 115 (3), 517-535, 2013
Stepwise versus globally optimal search in children and adults
B Meder, JD Nelson, M Jones, A Ruggeri
Cognition 191, 103965, 2019
The influence of adult and peer role models on children’and adolescents’ sharing decisions
A Ruggeri, S Luan, M Keller, M Gummerum
Child Development 89 (5), 1589-1598, 2018
Learning by asking: How children ask questions to achieve efficient search
A Ruggeri, T Lombrozo
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
Shake it baby, but only when needed: Preschoolers adapt their exploratory strategies to the information structure of the task
A Ruggeri, N Swaboda, ZL Sim, A Gopnik
Cognition 193, 104013, 2019
Beliefs about sparsity affect causal experimentation.
A Coenen, N Bramley, A Ruggeri, TM Gureckis
CogSci, 2017
Finding a good research question, in theory
N Bodemer, A Ruggeri
Science 335 (6075), 1439-1439, 2012
How you learned matters: The process by which others learn informs young children's decisions about whom to ask for help.
S Bridgers, H Gweon, M Bretzke, A Ruggeri
CogSci, 2018
Active control of study leads to improved recognition memory in children
A Ruggeri, D Markant, T Gureckis, F Xu
Proceedings of the 38th annual conference of the cognitive science society, 2016
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