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Alison GOPNIK
Alison GOPNIK
Professor of Psychology, Berkeley
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Words, thoughts, and theories
A Gopnik, AN Meltzoff, P Bryant
Mit Press, 1997
29071997
Children's understanding of representational change and its relation to the understanding of false belief and the appearance-reality distinction
A Gopnik, JW Astington
Child development, 26-37, 1988
23501988
Why the child's theory of mind really is a theory
A Gopnik, HM Wellman
Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 1992
17531992
A theory of causal learning in children: causal maps and Bayes nets.
A Gopnik, C Glymour, DM Sobel, LE Schulz, T Kushnir, D Danks
Psychological review 111 (1), 3, 2004
16332004
How we know our minds: The illusion of first-person knowledge of intentionality
A Gopnik
Behavioral and Brain sciences 16 (01), 90-100, 1993
15811993
Early reasoning about desires: evidence from 14-and 18-month-olds.
BM Repacholi, A Gopnik
Developmental psychology 33 (1), 12, 1997
15761997
The theory theory.
A Gopnik, HM Wellman
An earlier version of this chapter was presented at the Society for Research …, 1994
15161994
The scientist in the crib: Minds, brains, and how children learn.
A Gopnik, AN Meltzoff, PK Kuhl
William Morrow & Co, 1999
13821999
The scientist in the crib: Minds, brains, and how children learn.
A Gopnik, AN Meltzoff, PK Kuhl
William Morrow & Co, 1999
13821999
The role of imitation in understanding persons and developing a theory of mind.
AN Meltzoff
Understanding other minds: perspectives from autism., 335-366, 1993
11691993
The philosophical baby: What children's minds tell us about truth, love & the meaning of life
A Gopnik
Random House, 2009
11142009
Reconstructing constructivism: causal models, Bayesian learning mechanisms, and the theory theory.
A Gopnik, HM Wellman
Psychological bulletin 138 (6), 1085, 2012
9382012
The scientist in the crib: What early learning tells us about the mind
A Gopnik, AN Meltzoff, PK Kuhl
(No Title), 2001
7382001
Causal learning mechanisms in very young children: two-, three-, and four-year-olds infer causal relations from patterns of variation and covariation.
A Gopnik, DM Sobel, LE Schulz, C Glymour
Developmental psychology 37 (5), 620, 2001
7242001
Theoretical explanations of children's understanding of the mind
JW Astington, A Gopnik
British journal of developmental psychology 9 (1), 7-31, 1991
7161991
Knowing how you know: Young children's ability to identify and remember the sources of their beliefs
A Gopnik, P Graf
Child development, 1366-1371, 1988
6981988
Scientific thinking in young children: Theoretical advances, empirical research, and policy implications
A Gopnik
Science 337 (6102), 1623-1627, 2012
6742012
Early acquisition of verbs in Korean: A cross-linguistic study
S Choi, A Gopnik
Journal of child language 22 (3), 497-529, 1995
6641995
Young children's understanding of changes in their mental states
A Gopnik, V Slaughter
Child development 62 (1), 98-110, 1991
6151991
The development of categorization in the second year and its relation to other cognitive and linguistic developments
A Gopnik, A Meltzoff
Child development, 1523-1531, 1987
5711987
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