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Ellen Winner
Ellen Winner
Department of Psychology, Boston College
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The effects of musical training on structural brain development
KL Hyde, J Lerch, A Norton, M Forgeard, E Winner, AC Evans, G Schlaug
The Journal of Neuroscience 29 (10), 3019-3025, 2009
1413*2009
Gifted children: Myths and realities
E Winner
Basic Books, 1997
1339*1997
Studio thinking: The real benefits of arts education.
L Hetland, E Winner, S Veenema, KM Sheridan
Teachers College Press, 2007
1105*2007
The point of words children's understanding of metaphor & irony (paperback)
E WINNER
Harvard University Press, 1997
9111997
The point of words: Children's understanding of metaphor and irony
E Winner
Harvard Univ Pr, 1988
911*1988
Invented worlds: The psychology of the arts
E Winner
Harvard Univ Press, 1982
8131982
The comprehension of metaphor in brain-damaged patients
E Winner, H Gardner
Brain 100 (4), 717-729, 1977
7661977
The origins and ends of giftedness.
E Winner
American psychologist 55 (1), 159, 2000
7352000
Acquired theory of mind impairments following stroke
F Happé, H Brownell, E Winner
Cognition 70 (3), 211-240, 1999
6991999
Effects of music training on the child's brain and cognitive development
G Schlaug, A Norton, K Overy, E Winner
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1060 (1), 219-230, 2005
6692005
The getting of wisdom: theory of mind in old age.
FGE Happé, E Winner, H Brownell
Developmental psychology 34 (2), 358, 1998
5681998
Practicing a musical instrument in childhood is associated with enhanced verbal ability and nonverbal reasoning
M Forgeard, E Winner, A Norton, G Schlaug
PloS one 3 (10), e3566, 2008
5282008
Art for art's sake?: The impact of arts education.
E Winner, TR Goldstein, S Vincent-Lancrin
OECD publishing, 2013
5182013
Distinguishing lies from jokes: Theory of mind deficits and discourse interpretation in right hemisphere brain-damaged patients
E Winner, H Brownell, F Happé, A Blum, D Pincus
Brain and language 62 (1), 89-106, 1998
4841998
Why not say it directly? The social functions of irony
S Dews, J Kaplan, E Winner
Discourse processes 19 (3), 347-367, 1995
4531995
Enhancing empathy and theory of mind
TR Goldstein, E Winner
Journal of cognition and development 13 (1), 19-37, 2012
4362012
The development of metaphoric understanding.
E Winner, AK Rosenstiel, H Gardner
Developmental psychology 12 (4), 289, 1976
4351976
Mute those claims: No evidence (yet) for a causal link between arts study and academic achievement
E Winner, M Cooper
Journal of Aesthetic Education 34 (3/4), 11-75, 2000
4092000
Muting the meaning: A social function of irony
E Dews, S., & Winner
Metaphor and Symbol 10 (1), 3-19, 1995
3831995
Distinguishing irony from deception: Understanding the speaker's second‐order intention
E Winner, S Leekam
British journal of developmental psychology 9 (2), 257-270, 1991
3631991
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