Renée Baillargeon
Renée Baillargeon
Professor of Psychology, University of Illinois
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TitleCited byYear
Do 15-month-old infants understand false beliefs?
KH Onishi, R Baillargeon
Science 308 (5719), 255-258, 2005
19192005
Object permanence in five-month-old infants
R Baillargeon, ES Spelke, S Wasserman
Cognition 20 (3), 191-208, 1985
10101985
False-belief understanding in infants
R Baillargeon, RM Scott, Z He
Trends in cognitive sciences 14, 110-118, 2010
8252010
Object permanence in 3.5- and 4.5-month-old infants
R Baillargeon
Developmental Psychology 23, 655-664, 1987
8191987
Review of some Piagetian concepts
R Gelman, R Baillargeon
Handbook of child psychology: formerly Carmichael's Manual of child …, 1983
6671983
The development of causal reasoning
M Bullock, R Gelman, R Baillargeon
The developmental psychology of time, 209-254, 1982
5731982
Representing the existence and the location of hidden objects: Object permanence in 6-and 8-month-old infants
R Baillargeon
Cognition 23 (1), 21-41, 1986
5411986
Object permanence in young infants: Further evidence
R Baillargeon, J DeVos
Child development 62 (6), 1227-1246, 1991
5181991
The object concept revisited: New directions in the investigation of infants’ physical knowledge
R Baillargeon
Visual perception and cognition in infancy 23, 265-315, 1993
4881993
How do infants learn about the physical world?
R Baillargeon
Current Directions in Psychological Science 3 (5), 133-140, 1994
3881994
Can a self-propelled box have a goal? Psychological reasoning in 5-month-old infants
Y Luo, R Baillargeon
Psychological Science 16 (8), 601-608, 2005
3792005
Do infants have a sense of fairness?
S Sloane, R Baillargeon, D Premack
Psychological science 23 (2), 196-204, 2012
3512012
A model of physical reasoning in infancy
R Baillargeon
In C. Rovee-Collier, & L. P. Lipsitt (Eds.), Advances in infancy research 9 …, 1995
2861995
The acquisition of physical knowledge in infancy.
R Baillargeon, L Kotovsky, A Needham
Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press, 1995
2571995
Young infants' reasoning about the physical and spatial properties of a hidden object
R Baillargeon
Cognitive Development 2 (3), 179-200, 1987
2561987
Physical reasoning in infancy
R Baillargeon
The cognitive neurosciences, 181-204, 1995
2501995
Which penguin is this? Attributing false beliefs about object identity at 18 months
RM Scott, R Baillargeon
Child development 80 (4), 1172-1196, 2009
2432009
2.5-month-old infants' reasoning about when objects should and should not be occluded
A Aguiar, R Baillargeon
Cognitive Psychology 39 (2), 116-157, 1999
2401999
Intuitions about support in 4.5-month-old infants
A Needham, R Baillargeon
Cognition 47 (2), 121-148, 1993
2401993
Object individuation in infancy: The use of featural information in reasoning about occlusion events
T Wilcox, R Baillargeon
Cognitive psychology 37 (2), 97-155, 1998
2311998
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