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Susan Hespos
Susan Hespos
Professor, MARCS Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Development
Email verificata su westernsydney.edu.au - Home page
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Do infants understand simple arithmetic? A replication of Wynn (1992)
TJ Simon, SJ Hespos, P Rochat
Cognitive development 10 (2), 253-269, 1995
4951995
Conceptual precursors to language
SJ Hespos, ES Spelke
Nature 430 (6998), 453-456, 2004
4532004
Differential rooting response by neonates: Evidence for an early sense of self
P Rochat, SJ Hespos
Infant and Child Development 6 (3‐4), 105-112, 1997
3321997
Categorization in 3‐and 4‐month‐old infants: an advantage of words over tones
AL Ferry, SJ Hespos, SR Waxman
Child development 81 (2), 472-479, 2010
3172010
Reasoning about containment events in very young infants
SJ Hespos, R Baillargeon
Cognition 78 (3), 207-245, 2001
2522001
Infants' knowledge about occlusion and containment events: A surprising discrepancy
SJ Hespos, R Baillargeon
Psychological Science 12 (2), 141-147, 2001
2502001
Dynamic mental representation in infancy
SJ Hespos, P Rochat
Cognition 64 (2), 153-188, 1997
1351997
Nonhuman primate vocalizations support categorization in very young human infants
AL Ferry, SJ Hespos, SR Waxman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (38), 15231-15235, 2013
1302013
Décalage in infants' knowledge about occlusion and containment events: Converging evidence from action tasks
SJ Hespos, R Baillargeon
Cognition 99 (2), B31-B41, 2006
1252006
Young infants’ actions reveal their developing knowledge of support variables: Converging evidence for violation-of-expectation findings
SJ Hespos, R Baillargeon
Cognition 107 (1), 304-316, 2008
1182008
Prelinguistic relational concepts: Investigating analogical processing in infants
AL Ferry, SJ Hespos, D Gentner
Child development 86 (5), 1386-1405, 2015
1162015
Tracking and anticipation of invisible spatial transformations by 4-to 8-month-old infants
P Rochat, SJ Hespos
Cognitive Development 11 (1), 3-17, 1996
1071996
Five-month-old infants have different expectations for solids and liquids
SJ Hespos, AL Ferry, LJ Rips
Psychological Science 20 (5), 603-611, 2009
762009
Infants' ability to parse continuous actions.
SJ Hespos, MM Saylor, SR Grossman
Developmental psychology 45 (2), 575, 2009
642009
Precursors to spatial language: The case of containment
SJ Hespos, ES Spelke
The categorization of spatial entities in language and cognition, 233-245, 2007
63*2007
Physics for infants: Characterizing the origins of knowledge about objects, substances, and number
SJ Hespos, K VanMarle
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 3 (1), 19-27, 2012
602012
Divisions of the physical world: Concepts of objects and substances.
LJ Rips, SJ Hespos
Psychological bulletin 141 (4), 786, 2015
572015
Infants’ ability to parse continuous actions: Further evidence
SJ Hespos, SR Grossman, MM Saylor
Neural Networks 23 (8-9), 1026-1032, 2010
492010
Occlusion is hard: Comparing predictive reaching for visible and hidden objects in infants and adults
S Hespos, G Gredebäck, C Von Hofsten, ES Spelke
Cognitive science 33 (8), 1483-1502, 2009
492009
Comparison within pairs promotes analogical abstraction in three-month-olds
EM Anderson, YJ Chang, S Hespos, D Gentner
Cognition 176, 74-86, 2018
442018
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