David Rakison
David Rakison
Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Verified email at andrew.cmu.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Developmental origin of the animate–inanimate distinction.
DH Rakison, D Poulin-Dubois
Psychological bulletin 127 (2), 209, 2001
4562001
Language is not just for talking: Redundant labels facilitate learning of novel categories
G Lupyan, DH Rakison, JL McClelland
Psychological science 18 (12), 1077-1083, 2007
2912007
Infants' use of object parts in early categorization.
DH Rakison, GE Butterworth
Developmental Psychology 34 (1), 49, 1998
2421998
Origins of the social mind: Evolutionary psychology and child development
BJ Ellis, DF Bjorklund
The Guilford Press, 2004
2132004
Early category and concept development: Making sense of the blooming, buzzing confusion
DH Rakison, LM Oakes
Oxford University Press, 2003
1762003
Do infants possess an evolved spider-detection mechanism?
DH Rakison, J Derringer
Cognition 107 (1), 381-393, 2008
1642008
Threat perception across the life span: Evidence for multiple converging pathways
V LoBue, DH Rakison, JS DeLoache
Current Directions in Psychological Science 19 (6), 375-379, 2010
962010
What we fear most: A developmental advantage for threat-relevant stimuli
V LoBue, DH Rakison
Developmental Review 33 (4), 285-303, 2013
932013
Infants' attention to object structure in early categorization.
DH Rakison, GE Butterworth
Developmental psychology 34 (6), 1310, 1998
931998
Developing object concepts in infancy: An associative learning perspective
DH Rakison, G Lupyan, LM Oakes, AS Walker-Andrews
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, i-127, 2008
812008
Infants’ use of functional parts in basic‐like categorization
DH Rakison, LB Cohen
Developmental Science 2 (4), 423-431, 1999
711999
You go this way and I’ll go that way: Developmental changes in infants’ detection of correlations among static and dynamic features in motion events
DH Rakison, D Poulin‐Dubois
Child Development 73 (3), 682-699, 2002
702002
New perspectives on the effects of action on perceptual and cognitive development.
DH Rakison, AL Woodward
Developmental Psychology 44 (5), 1209, 2008
662008
Does causal action facilitate causal perception in infants younger than 6 months of age?
DH Rakison, L Krogh
Developmental science 15 (1), 43-53, 2012
652012
Parts, motion, and the development of the animate-inanimate distinction in infancy
DH Rakison
Early category and concept development, 159-192, 2003
642003
Does women's greater fear of snakes and spiders originate in infancy?
DH Rakison
Evolution and Human Behavior 30 (6), 438-444, 2009
552009
U-shaped curves in development: A PDP approach
TT Rogers, DH Rakison, JL McClelland
Journal of Cognition and Development 5 (1), 137-145, 2004
552004
Producing and processing self-propelled motion in infancy.
JB Cicchino, DH Rakison
Developmental Psychology 44 (5), 1232, 2008
452008
When a rose is just a rose: The illusion of taxonomies in infant categorization
DH Rakison
Infancy 1 (1), 77-90, 2000
452000
Exploring the neural correlates of goal-directed action and intention understanding
EJ Carter, JK Hodgins, DH Rakison
Neuroimage 54 (2), 1634-1642, 2011
412011
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