Marjorie Taylor
Marjorie Taylor
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Object categories and expertise: Is the basic level in the eye of the beholder?
JW Tanaka, M Taylor
Cognitive psychology 23 (3), 457-482, 1991
9751991
Category labels and social reality: Do we view social categories as natural kinds?
M Rothbart, M Taylor
Sage Publications, Inc, 1992
9481992
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
7622001
Imaginary companions and the children who create them
M Taylor
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1999
6311999
The relation between individual differences in fantasy and theory of mind
M Taylor, SM Carlson
Child development 68 (3), 436-455, 1997
6251997
Children's understanding of knowledge acquisition: The tendency for children to report that they have always known what they have just learned
M Taylor, BM Esbensen, RT Bennett
Child development 65 (6), 1581-1604, 1994
3501994
How two-year-old children interpret proper and common names for unfamiliar objects
SA Gelman, M Taylor
Child development, 1535-1540, 1984
2961984
Conceptual perspective taking: Children's ability to distinguish what they know from what they see
M Taylor
Child development, 703-718, 1988
2831988
A developmental investigation of children's imaginary companions.
M Taylor, BS Cartwright, SM Carlson
Developmental Psychology 29 (2), 276, 1993
2461993
The characteristics and correlates of fantasy in school-age children: imaginary companions, impersonation, and social understanding.
M Taylor, SM Carlson, BL Maring, L Gerow, CM Charley
Developmental psychology 40 (6), 1173, 2004
2352004
Neural correlates of theory-of-mind reasoning: an event-related potential study
MA Sabbagh, M Taylor
Psychological Science 11 (1), 46-50, 2000
2332000
Adjectives and nouns: Children's strategies for learning new words
M Taylor, SA Gelman
Child Development, 411-419, 1988
2181988
Perspective taking and theory of mind: Do children predict interpretive diversity as a function of differences in observers' knowledge?
M Taylor, BS Cartwright, T Bowden
Child development 62 (6), 1334-1351, 1991
2061991
Developmental changes in young children's knowledge about the mind
JH Flavell, FL Green, ER Flavell
Cognitive Development 5 (1), 1-27, 1990
1581990
The Development of Dirofilaria immitis in the Mosquito Aedes aegypti
ER Angela
Journal of Helminthology 34 (1-2), 27-38, 1960
157*1960
The illusion of independent agency: Do adult fiction writers experience their characters as having minds of their own?
M Taylor, SD Hodges, A Kohányi
Imagination, cognition and personality 22 (4), 361-380, 2003
1502003
Children's ability to distinguish fantasy events from real‐life events
A Samuels, M Taylor
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 12 (4), 417-427, 1994
1441994
Learning from fantasy and real characters in preschool and kindergarten
RA Richert, AB Shawber, RE Hoffman, M Taylor
Journal of Cognition and Development 10 (1-2), 41-66, 2009
1172009
A theory of mind perspective on social cognitive development
M Taylor
Perceptual and cognitive development, 283-329, 1996
1131996
Incorporating new words into the lexicon: Preliminary evidence for language hierarchies in two-year-old children
M Taylor, SA Gelman
Child development, 625-636, 1989
991989
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