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LINGUIST List 20.2297

Thu Jun 25 2009

TOC: Developmental Science 12/1 (2009)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

        1.    Audrey Gill, Developmental Science Vol 12, No 1 (2009)

Message 1: Developmental Science Vol 12, No 1 (2009)
Date: 23-Jun-2009
From: Audrey Gill <agillwiley.com>
Subject: Developmental Science Vol 12, No 1 (2009)
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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Journal Title: Developmental Science
Volume Number: 12
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2009

Subtitle: TOC request for Developmental Science Jan 09

Main Text:


*Editorial: The triage process at Developmental Science (p iii-iii)
Denis Mareschal, Mark Johnson
*Target Article with Commentaries and Response
A hierarchical competing systems model of the emergence and early development of
executive function (p 1-18)
Stuart Marcovitch, Philip David Zelazo


*Development of executive function: more than conscious reflection (p 19-20)
Richard P. Cooper
*When in competition against engrained habits, is conscious representation
sufficient or is inhibition of the habit also needed? (p 20-22)
Adele Diamond
*Dynamic executives (p 22-23)
Linda B. Smith


*The need for reflection in theories of executive function: reply to commentaries
(p 24-25)
Stuart Marcovitch, Philip David Zelazo


*Cue salience and infant perseverative reaching: tests of the dynamic field
theory (p 26-40)
Melissa W. Clearfield, Evelina Dineva, Linda B. Smith, Frederick J. Diedrich,
Esther Thelen
*Identifying unreliable informants: do children excuse past inaccuracy? (p 41-47)
Erika Nurmsoo, Elizabeth J. Robinson
*Early bilingualism enhances mechanisms of false-belief reasoning (p 48-54)
Ágnes Melinda Kovács
*Neurocognitive development of relational reasoning (p 55-66)
Eveline A. Crone, Carter Wendelken, Linda van Leijenhorst, Ryan D. Honomichl,
Kalina Christoff, Silvia A. Bunge
*Developmental changes in visual object recognition between 18 and 24 months of
age (p 67-80)
Alfredo F. Pereira, Linda B. Smith
*Co-speech gesture as input in verb learning (p 81-87)
Whitney Goodrich, Carla L. Hudson Kam
*To generalize or not to generalize: spatial categories are influenced by
physical attributes and language (p 88-95)
Susan J. Hespos, Thomas B. Piccin
*Toddlers can adaptively change how they categorize: same objects, same session,
two different categorical distinctions (p 96-105)
Jessica S. Horst, Ann E. Ellis, Larissa K. Samuelson, Erika Trejo, Samantha L.
Worzalla, Jessica R. Peltan, Lisa M. Oakes
*Training and transfer effects of executive functions in preschool children (p
Lisa B. Thorell, Sofia Lindqvist, Sissela Bergman Nutley, Gunilla Bohlin, Torkel
*What makes relational reasoning smart? Revisiting the perceptual-to-relational
shift in the development of generalization (p 114-122)
Megan J. Bulloch, John E. Opfer
*Logic and belief across the lifespan: the rise and fall of belief inhibition
during syllogistic reasoning (p 123-130)
Wim De Neys, Elke Van Gelder
*At 11 months, prosody still outranks statistics (p 131-141)
Elizabeth K. Johnson, Amanda H. Seidl
*Recognizing the role of perception in action at 6 months (p 142-149)
Yuyan Luo, Susan C. Johnson
*The relationship between second-order false belief and display rules reasoning:
the integration of cognitive and affective social understanding (p 150-164)
Mika Naito, Yoshimi Seki
*Behavioral genetic analyses of prosocial behavior in adolescents (p 165-174)
Alice M. Gregory, Jade H. Light-Häusermann, Frühling Rijsdijk, Thalia C. Eley
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7687.2008.00739.x
*Motor and cognitive control in a normative sample of 7-year-olds (p 175-181)
Claudia M. Roebers, Marianne Kauer
*Early gesture selectively predicts later language learning (p 182-187)
Meredith L. Rowe, Susan Goldin-Meadow
*Preschoolers continue to trust a more accurate informant 1 week after exposure
to accuracy information (p 188-193)
Kathleen Corriveau, Paul L. Harris
*Biological and environmental initial conditions shape the trajectories of
cognitive and social-emotional development across the first years of life (p
Ruth Feldman, Arthur I. Eidelman
*The narrow fellow in the grass: human infants associate snakes and fear (p 201-207)
Judy S. DeLoache, Vanessa LoBue

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