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Lisa Oakes
Lisa Oakes
Professor of Psychology, UC Davis
Zweryfikowany adres z ucdavis.edu - Strona główna
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Preschoolers' questions and parents' explanations: Causal thinking in everyday activity
MA Callanan, LM Oakes
Cognitive development 7 (2), 213-233, 1992
5161992
Infant perception of a causal event
LM Oakes, LB Cohen
Cognitive Development 5 (2), 193-207, 1990
3731990
The development of visual short‐term memory capacity in infants
S Ross‐sheehy, LM Oakes, SJ Luck
Child development 74 (6), 1807-1822, 2003
3502003
How infants perceive a simple causal event.
LB Cohen, LM Oakes
Developmental Psychology 29 (3), 421, 1993
3151993
Integrating language and gesture in infancy.
E Bates, D Thal, K Whitesell, L Fenson, L Oakes
Developmental psychology 25 (6), 1004, 1989
3041989
Making sense of infant categorization: Stable processes and changing representations
KL Madole, LM Oakes
Developmental Review 19 (2), 263-296, 1999
2271999
Early category and concept development: Making sense of the blooming, buzzing confusion
DH Rakison, LM Oakes
Oxford University Press, 2003
2152003
Development of infants' use of continuity cues in their perception of causality.
LM Oakes
Developmental Psychology 30 (6), 869, 1994
2121994
Infants' object examining: Habituation and categorization
LM Oakes, KL Madole, LB Cohen
Cognitive Development 6 (4), 377-392, 1991
1871991
A comparison of infants' categorization in paired and successive presentation familiarization tasks
LM Oakes, RJ Ribar
Infancy 7 (1), 85-98, 2005
1722005
Language and hand preference in early development
E Bates, B O'Connell, J Vaid, P Sledge, L Oakes
Developmental Neuropsychology 2 (1), 1-15, 1986
1721986
By land or by sea: the role of perceptual similarity in infants' categorization of animals.
LM Oakes, DJ Coppage, A Dingel
Developmental psychology 33 (3), 396, 1997
1561997
Rapid development of feature binding in visual short-term memory
LM Oakes, S Ross-Sheehy, SJ Luck
Psychological Science 17 (9), 781-787, 2006
1552006
Examining in infancy: Does it reflect active processing?
LM Oakes, DJ Tellinghuisen
Developmental Psychology 30 (5), 748, 1994
1531994
Developmental changes in infants' attention to function and form-function correlations
KL Madole, LM Oakes, LB Cohen
Cognitive Development 8 (2), 189-209, 1993
1491993
Using habituation of looking time to assess mental processes in infancy
LM Oakes
Journal of Cognition and Development 11 (3), 255-268, 2010
1452010
Sample size, statistical power, and false conclusions in infant looking‐time research
LM Oakes
Infancy 22 (4), 436-469, 2017
1402017
Advances in eye tracking in infancy research.
LM Oakes
Infancy, 2012
1162012
A longitudinal investigation of the development of attention and distractibility
KN Kannass, LM Oakes, DJ Shaddy
Journal of Cognition and Development 7 (3), 381-409, 2006
1152006
The development of attention and its relations to language in infancy and toddlerhood
KN Kannass, LM Oakes
Journal of cognition and development 9 (2), 222-246, 2008
1112008
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