Jonathan F. Kominsky
Jonathan F. Kominsky
Postdoctoral researcher, Rutgers university Newark
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TitleCited byYear
Causal superseding
JF Kominsky, J Phillips, T Gerstenberg, D Lagnado, J Knobe
Cognition 137, 196-209, 2015
622015
Normality and actual causal strength
TF Icard, JF Kominsky, J Knobe
Cognition 161, 80-93, 2017
322017
Missing links in middle school: Developing use of disciplinary relatedness in evaluating Internet search results
FC Keil, JF Kominsky
PloS one 8 (6), e67777, 2013
212013
Specific to whose body? Perspective-taking and the spatial mapping of valence
JF Kominsky, D Casasanto
Frontiers in psychology 4, 266, 2013
212013
Overestimation of knowledge about word meanings: The “misplaced meaning” effect
JF Kominsky, FC Keil
Cognitive science 38 (8), 1604-1633, 2014
182014
Children use temporal cues to learn causal directionality
BM Rottman, JF Kominsky, FC Keil
Cognitive science 38 (3), 489-513, 2014
152014
Categories and constraints in causal perception
JF Kominsky, B Strickland, AE Wertz, C Elsner, K Wynn, FC Keil
Psychological science 28 (11), 1649-1662, 2017
122017
The better part of not knowing: Virtuous ignorance.
JF Kominsky, P Langthorne, FC Keil
Developmental psychology 52 (1), 31, 2016
122016
Mothers’ infant-directed gaze during object demonstration highlights action boundaries and goals
RJ Brand, E Hollenbeck, JF Kominsky
IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development 5 (3), 192-201, 2013
102013
Repetition in infant-directed action depends on the goal structure of the object: Evidence for statistical regularities
RJ Brand, A McGee, JF Kominsky, K Briggs, A Gruneisen, T Orbach
Gesture 9 (3), 337-353, 2009
82009
Causation and norms of proper functioning: Counterfactuals are (still) relevant
JS Phillips, JF Kominsky
PsyArXiv, 2016
52016
Immoral professors and malfunctioning tools: Counterfactual relevance accounts explain the effect of norm violations on causal selection
JF Kominsky, J Phillips
Cognitive science 43 (11), e12792, 2019
42019
Retinotopic adaptation reveals multiple distinct categories of causal perception
J Kominsky, B Scholl
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 333-333, 2016
42016
Causal supersession
J Kominsky, J Phillips, T Gerstenberg, D Lagnado, J Knobe
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
42014
Knowing when help is needed: A developing sense of causal complexity
JF Kominsky, AP Zamm, FC Keil
Cognitive science 42 (2), 491-523, 2018
32018
PyHab: Open-source real time infant gaze coding and stimulus presentation software
JF Kominsky
Infant Behavior and Development 54, 114-119, 2019
22019
Figuring out function: Children’s and adults’ use of ownership information in judgments of artifact function.
K Banerjee, JF Kominsky, M Fernando, FC Keil
Developmental psychology 51 (12), 1791, 2015
22015
Building a collaborative psychological science: Lessons learned from ManyBabies 1
K Byers-Heinlein, C Bergmann, C Davies, MC Frank, K Hamlin, M Kline, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
Retinotopically specific adaptation reveals different categories of causal events: Launching vs. entraining
J Kominsky, B Scholl
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 1323-1323, 2018
2018
Retinotopically specific visual adaptation reveals the structure of causal events in perception.
JF Kominsky, BJ Scholl
CogSci, 2018
2018
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