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Peterson, Lizette – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1986
Presents a special series of seven articles dealing with biopsychosocial oncology, the role of psychology in cancer treatment. Includes an introduction by Lizette Peterson and articles by Thomas Burish and Michael Carey, Susan Jay et al., Shelley Taylor et al., David Cella and Susan Tross, Gerald Koocher, and Leonard Derogatis. (KS)
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Cancer, Coping, Death
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Siegler, Robert S. – Journal of Cognition and Development, 2004
Interest in U-shaped development has itself undergone a U-shaped progression. Twenty-five years ago, interest in U-shaped development was high. This interest was evident at a 1978 conference in Tel Aviv on "U-shaped Behavioral Growth" that resulted in the publication of a book of the same title 4 years later (Strauss, 1982). The breadth…
Descriptors: Developmental Psychology, Individual Development, Cognitive Development, Child Development
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Lakusta, Laura; Carey, Susan – Language Learning and Development, 2015
Across languages and event types (i.e., agentive and nonagentive motion, transfer, change of state, attach/detach), goal paths are privileged over source paths in the linguistic encoding of events. Furthermore, some linguistic analyses suggest that goal paths are more central than source paths in the semantic and syntactic structure of motion…
Descriptors: Infants, Motion, Goal Orientation, Semantics
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Beier, Jonathan S.; Carey, Susan – Developmental Psychology, 2014
Four experiments investigated whether infants and adults infer that a novel entity that interacts in a contingent, communicative fashion with an experimenter is itself an intentional agent. The experiments contrasted the hypothesis that such an inference follows from amodal representations of the contingent interaction alone with the hypothesis…
Descriptors: Attribution Theory, Social Environment, Intention, Infants
Perkins, David N.; And Others – 1995
This book brings together leading experts to offer an in-depth examination of how computer technology can play an invaluable part in educational efforts through its unique capacities to support the development of students' understanding of difficult concepts. Focusing on three broad themes-the nature of understanding, the potential of technology…
Descriptors: Abstract Reasoning, College School Cooperation, Computer Simulation, Computer Software
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Feiman, Roman; Mody, Shilpa; Sanborn, Sophia; Carey, Susan – Language Learning and Development, 2017
For adults, "no" and "not" change the truth-value of sentences they compose with. To investigate children's emerging understanding of these words, an experimenter hid a ball in a bucket or a truck, then gave an affirmative or negative clue (Experiment 1: "It's not in the bucket"; Experiment 2: "Is it in the…
Descriptors: Toddlers, Language Acquisition, Task Analysis, Cues
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Zaitchik, Deborah; Iqbal, Yeshim; Carey, Susan – Child Development, 2014
There is substantial variance in the age at which children construct and deploy their first explicit theory of biology. This study tests the hypothesis that this variance is due, at least in part, to individual differences in their executive function (EF) abilities. A group of 79 boys and girls aged 5-7 years (with a mean age of 6½ years) were…
Descriptors: Hypothesis Testing, Executive Function, Abstract Reasoning, Biology
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Pepperberg, Irene M.; Carey, Susan – Cognition, 2012
A Grey parrot ("Psittacus erithacus") had previously been taught to use English count words ("one" through "sih" [six]) to label sets of one to six individual items (Pepperberg, 1994). He had also been taught to use the same count words to label the Arabic numerals 1 through 6. Without training, he inferred the relationship between the Arabic…
Descriptors: Semitic Languages, Number Concepts, Animals, Computation
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Srinivasan, Mahesh; Carey, Susan – Cognition, 2010
When we describe time, we often use the language of space ("The movie was long"; "The deadline is approaching"). Experiments 1-3 asked whether--as patterns in language suggest--a structural similarity between representations of spatial length and temporal duration is easier to access than one between length and other dimensions of experience, such…
Descriptors: Language Patterns, Cues, Infants, Experiments
Scholnick, Ellin K., Ed.; Nelson, Katherine, Ed.; Gelman, Susan A., Ed.; Miller, Patricia H., Ed. – 1999
Based on the papers presented at the 1996 Symposium of the Jean Piaget Society and highlighting the extent to which Piaget's ideas have served to scaffold contemporary thinking about every aspect of conceptual development, this volume examines the nature of conceptual development, its foundations, and the sources of its novelties. The chapters…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Child Development, Children, Cognitive Development
Brainard, Suzanne Gage, Ed. – 1974
Presented are eight author contributed papers on research needs in the neuropsychological, socio-environmental, and educational aspects of learning disabilities. Issues focused on in the papers and conference include the definition of learning disabilities, the role of screening in prevention or remediation, and whether curriculum should focus on…
Descriptors: Conference Reports, Educational Needs, Environmental Influences, Exceptional Child Research
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Baron, Andrew Scott; Dunham, Yarrow; Banaji, Mahzarin; Carey, Susan – Journal of Cognition and Development, 2014
Determining which dimensions of social classification are culturally significant is a developmental challenge. Some suggest this is accomplished by differentially privileging intrinsic visual cues over nonintrinsic cues (Atran, 1990; Gil-White, 2001), whereas others point to the role of noun labels as more general promoters of kind-based reasoning…
Descriptors: Cues, Classification, Nouns, Visual Stimuli
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Dunham, Yarrow; Baron, Andrew Scott; Carey, Susan – Child Development, 2011
Three experiments (total N = 140) tested the hypothesis that 5-year-old children's membership in randomly assigned "minimal" groups would be sufficient to induce intergroup bias. Children were randomly assigned to groups and engaged in tasks involving judgments of unfamiliar in-group or out-group children. Despite an absence of information…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Resource Allocation, Hypothesis Testing, Young Children
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Cushman, Fiery; Sheketoff, Rachel; Wharton, Sophie; Carey, Susan – Cognition, 2013
Between the ages of 4 and 8 children increasingly make moral judgments on the basis of an actor's intent, as opposed to the outcome that the actor brings about. Does this reflect a reorganization of concepts in the moral domain, or simply the development of capacities outside the moral domain such as theory of mind and executive function?…
Descriptors: Young Children, Moral Values, Value Judgment, Moral Development
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Winkler-Rhoades, Nathan; Carey, Susan C.; Spelke, Elizabeth S. – Developmental Science, 2013
In two experiments, 2.5-year-old children spontaneously used geometric information from 2D maps to locate objects in a 3D surface layout, without instruction or feedback. Children related maps to their corresponding layouts even though the maps differed from the layouts in size, mobility, orientation, dimensionality, and perspective, and even when…
Descriptors: Young Children, Toddlers, Spatial Ability, Memory
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