Susan Gelman
Susan Gelman
Heinz Werner Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
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The essential child: Origins of essentialism in everyday thought
SA Gelman
Oxford University Press, USA, 2003
22962003
Categories and induction in young children
SA Gelman, EM Markman
Cognition 23 (3), 183-209, 1986
15811986
Mapping the mind
LA Hirschfeld, SA Gelman
Cambridge University Press, 1994
15611994
Cognitive development: Foundational theories of core domains
HM Wellman, SA Gelman
Annual review of psychology 43 (1), 337-375, 1992
14131992
Insides and essences: Early understandings of the non-obvious
SA Gelman, HM Wellman
Cognition 38 (3), 213-244, 1991
12281991
Knowledge acquisition in foundational domains.
HM Wellman, SA Gelman
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1998
9521998
The development of induction within natural kind and artifact categories
SA Gelman
Cognitive psychology 20 (1), 65-95, 1988
7901988
Are ethnic groups biological “species” to the human brain? Essentialism in our cognition of some social categories
FJ GilWhite
Current anthropology 42 (4), 515-553, 2001
7582001
Young children's inductions from natural kinds: The role of categories and appearances
SA Gelman, EM Markman
Child development, 1532-1541, 1987
7361987
The role of covariation versus mechanism information in causal attribution
W Ahn, CW Kalish, DL Medin, SA Gelman
Cognition 54 (3), 299-352, 1995
5811995
The importance of knowing a dodo is a bird: Categories and inferences in 2-year-old children.
SA Gelman, JD Coley
Developmental psychology 26 (5), 796, 1990
5411990
Psychological essentialism in children
SA Gelman
Trends in cognitive sciences 8 (9), 404-409, 2004
5322004
Putting the “noun bias” in context: A comparison of English and Mandarin
T Tardif, SA Gelman, F Xu
Child development 70 (3), 620-635, 1999
4211999
Learning from others: Children's construction of concepts
SA Gelman
Annual review of psychology 60, 115-140, 2009
4172009
Inferring properties from categories versus inferring categories from properties: The case of gender
SA Gelman, P Collman, EE Maccoby
Child development, 396-404, 1986
3701986
Carrot-eaters and creature-believers: The effects of lexicalization on children's inferences about social categories
SA Gelman, GD Heyman
Psychological Science 10 (6), 489-493, 1999
3601999
Essentialist beliefs in children: the acquisition of concepts and theories.
SA Gelman, JD Coley, GM Gottfried
Cambridge University Press, 1994
3461994
Beyond labeling: The role of maternal input in the acquisition of richly structured categories
SA Gelman, JD Coley, KS Rosengren, E Hartman, A Pappas, FC Keil
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child development, i-157, 1998
3451998
Mother-child conversations about gender: Understanding the acquisition of essentialist beliefs: IV. Talk about categories versus individuals (generics vs. non-generics).
SA Gelman, MG Taylor, SP Nguyen
Monographs of the society for research in child development, 2004
3402004
How biological is essentialism
SA Gelman, LA Hirschfeld
Folkbiology 9, 403-446, 1999
3331999
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