Gil Diesendruck
Gil Diesendruck
Department of Psychology and Gonda Brain Research Center, Bar-Ilan University
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Children's avoidance of lexical overlap: a pragmatic account.
G Diesendruck, L Markson
Developmental psychology 37 (5), 630, 2001
Celebrity contagion and the value of objects
GE Newman, G Diesendruck, P Bloom
Journal of consumer research 38 (2), 215-228, 2011
Children's reliance on creator's intent in extending names for artifacts
G Diesendruck, L Markson, P Bloom
Psychological Science 14 (2), 164-168, 2003
The role of language, appearance, and culture in children's social category‐based induction
G Diesendruck, H HaLevi
Child development 77 (3), 539-553, 2006
Domain differences in absolute judgments of category membership: Evidence for an essentialist account of categorization
G Diesendruck, SA Gelman
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 6, 338-346, 1999
The influence of language and socioeconomic status on children's understanding of false belief.
M Shatz, G Diesendruck, I Martinez-Beck, D Akar
Developmental Psychology 39 (4), 717, 2003
How specific is the shape bias?
G Diesendruck, P Bloom
Child development 74 (1), 168-178, 2003
The development of social essentialism: The case of Israeli children’s inferences about Jews and Arabs
D Birnbaum, I Deeb, G Segall, A Ben‐Eliyahu, G Diesendruck
Child development 81 (3), 757-777, 2010
The principles of conventionality and contrast in word learning: an empirical examination.
G Diesendruck
Developmental Psychology 41 (3), 451, 2005
How writing system and age influence spatial representations of actions: A developmental, cross-linguistic study
C Dobel, G Diesendruck, J Bölte
Psychological science 18 (6), 487-491, 2007
Cross‐cultural differences in children's beliefs about the objectivity of social categories
G Diesendruck, R Goldfein‐Elbaz, M Rhodes, S Gelman, N Neumark
Child development 84 (6), 1906-1917, 2013
The intergenerational transmission of ethnic essentialism: how parents talk counts the most
G Segall, D Birnbaum, I Deeb, G Diesendruck
Developmental science 18 (4), 543-555, 2015
Seeing isn't believing: the effect of intergroup exposure on children's essentialist beliefs about ethnic categories.
I Deeb, G Segall, D Birnbaum, A Ben-Eliyahu, G Diesendruck
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (6), 1139, 2011
Two‐year‐olds’ sensitivity to speakers’ intent: An alternative account of Samuelson and Smith
G Diesendruck, L Markson, N Akhtar, A Reudor
Developmental Science 7 (1), 33-41, 2004
God’s categories: The effect of religiosity on children’s teleological and essentialist beliefs about categories
G Diesendruck, L Haber
Cognition 110 (1), 100-114, 2009
The development of category learning strategies: What makes the difference?
R Hammer, G Diesendruck, D Weinshall, S Hochstein
Cognition 112 (1), 105-119, 2009
Conceptual and linguistic biases in children's word learning.
G Diesendruck, SA Gelman, K Lebowitz
Developmental Psychology 34 (5), 823, 1998
Children’s assumption of the conventionality of culture
G Diesendruck, L Markson
Child Development Perspectives 5 (3), 189-195, 2011
Essentialism promotes children's inter-ethnic bias
G Diesendruck, R Menahem
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1180, 2015
Fifteen-month-old infants attend to shape over other perceptual properties in an induction task
SA Graham, G Diesendruck
Cognitive Development 25 (2), 111-123, 2010
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