Patricia Ganea
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Transfer between picture books and the real world by very young children
PA Ganea, MB Pickard, JS DeLoache
Journal of cognition and development 9 (1), 46-66, 2008
Young children can be taught basic natural selection using a picture-storybook intervention
D Kelemen, NA Emmons, R Seston Schillaci, PA Ganea
Psychological science 25 (4), 893-902, 2014
Less is more: How manipulative features affect children's learning from picture books
M Tare, C Chiong, P Ganea, J DeLoache
Journal of applied developmental psychology 31 (5), 395-400, 2010
The role of book features in young children's transfer of information from picture books to real-world contexts
GA Strouse, A Nyhout, PA Ganea
Frontiers in psychology 9, 299131, 2018
Young children’s learning and transfer of biological information from picture books to real animals
PA Ganea, L Ma, JS DeLoache
Child development 82 (5), 1421-1433, 2011
Do cavies talk? The effect of anthropomorphic picture books on children's knowledge about animals
PA Ganea, CF Canfield, K Simons-Ghafari, T Chou
Frontiers in psychology 5, 75289, 2014
Toddlers’ referential understanding of pictures
PA Ganea, ML Allen, L Butler, S Carey, JS DeLoache
Journal of experimental child psychology 104 (3), 283-295, 2009
Learning to learn from stories: Children's developing sensitivity to the causal structure of fictional worlds
CM Walker, A Gopnik, PA Ganea
Child development 86 (1), 310-318, 2015
Do storybooks with anthropomorphized animal characters promote prosocial behaviors in young children?
NE Larsen, K Lee, PA Ganea
Developmental Science 21 (3), e12590, 2018
Mature counterfactual reasoning in 4-and 5-year-olds
A Nyhout, PA Ganea
Cognition 183, 57-66, 2019
Thinking of things unseen: Infants' use of language to update mental representations
PA Ganea, K Shutts, ES Spelke, JS DeLoache
Psychological science 18 (8), 734-739, 2007
Dealing with conflicting information: Young children’s reliance on what they see versus what they are told
L Ma, PA Ganea
Developmental Science 13 (1), 151-160, 2010
Infants interpret ambiguous requests for absent objects.
MM Saylor, P Ganea
Developmental Psychology 43 (3), 696, 2007
Parent–toddler behavior and language differ when reading electronic and print picture books
GA Strouse, PA Ganea
Frontiers in psychology 8, 234396, 2017
Toddlers’ word learning and transfer from electronic and print books
GA Strouse, PA Ganea
Journal of experimental child psychology 156, 129-142, 2017
A print book preference: Caregivers report higher child enjoyment and more adult–child interactions when reading print than electronic books
GA Strouse, PA Ganea
International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction 12, 8-15, 2017
Infants' use of shared linguistic information to clarify ambiguous requests
PA Ganea, MM Saylor
Child Development 78 (2), 493-502, 2007
Possession is not always the law: With age, preschoolers increasingly use verbal information to identify who owns what
PR Blake, PA Ganea, PL Harris
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 113 (2), 259-272, 2012
The role of maternal responsiveness and linguistic input in pre-academic skill development: A longitudinal analysis of pathways
M Wade, JM Jenkins, VP Venkadasalam, N Binnoon-Erez, PA Ganea
Cognitive Development 45, 125-140, 2018
Contextual factors affect absent reference comprehension in 14‐month‐olds
PA Ganea
Child Development 76 (5), 989-998, 2005
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