Su-hua Wang
Su-hua Wang
Professor of Psychology, UC Santa Cruz
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Self-esteem as folk theory: A comparison of European American and Taiwanese mothers' beliefs
PJ Miller, S Wang, T Sandel, GE Cho
Parenting: science and practice 2 (3), 209-239, 2002
Ethnographic methods: Applications from developmental cultural psychology.
PJ Miller, JA Hengst, S Wang
American Psychological Association, 2003
Event categorization in infancy
R Baillargeon, S Wang
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (2), 85-93, 2002
Young infants' reasoning about hidden objects: Evidence from violation-of-expectation tasks with test trials only
S Wang, R Baillargeon, L Brueckner
Cognition 93 (3), 167-198, 2004
Detecting continuity violations in infancy: A new account and new evidence from covering and tube events
S Wang, R Baillargeon, S Paterson
Cognition 95 (2), 129-173, 2005
Can infants be “taught” to attend to a new physical variable in an event category? The case of height in covering events
S Wang, R Baillargeon
Cognitive Psychology 56 (4), 284-326, 2008
Mental spatial transformations in 14‐and 16‐month‐old infants: Effects of action and observational experience
A Frick, S Wang
Child development 85 (1), 278-293, 2014
What do grandmothers think about self‐esteem? American and Taiwanese folk theories revisited
GE Cho, TL Sandel, PJ Miller, S Wang
Social Development 14 (4), 701-721, 2005
Should all stationary objects move when hit? Developments in infants’ causal and statistical expectations about collision events
S Wang, L Kaufman, R Baillargeon
Infant Behavior and Development 26 (4), 529-567, 2003
Detecting impossible changes in infancy: A three-system account
S Wang, R Baillargeon
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 12 (1), 17-23, 2008
Inducing infants to detect a physical violation in a single trial
S Wang, R Baillargeon
Psychological science 16 (7), 542-549, 2005
Infants' physical knowledge affects their change detection
S Wang, R Baillargeon
Developmental Science 9 (2), 173-181, 2006
What it means to be a grandmother: A cross-cultural study of Taiwanese and Euro-American grandmothers' beliefs
TL Sandel, GE Cho, PJ Miller, S Wang
The Journal of Family Communication 6 (4), 255-278, 2006
Visual experience enhances infants' use of task-relevant information in an action task.
S Wang, L Kohne
Developmental Psychology 43 (6), 1513, 2007
Fifteen-month-old infants match vocal cues to intentional actions
E Hoicka, S Wang
Journal of Cognition and Development 12 (3), 299-314, 2011
Young infants view physically possible support events as unexpected: New evidence for rule learning
S Wang, Y Zhang, R Baillargeon
Cognition 157, 100-105, 2016
Under what conditions do infants detect continuity violations
R Baillargeon, J Li, Y Luo, S Wang
Processes of change in brain and cognitive development: Attention and …, 2006
Priming 4.5-month-old infants to use height information by enhancing retrieval.
S Wang
Developmental Psychology 47 (1), 26, 2011
Preserved visual representations despite change blindness in infants
S Wang, SR Mitroff
Developmental Science 12 (5), 681-687, 2009
Dismantling persistent deficit narratives about the language and literacy of culturally and linguistically minoritized children and youth: Counter-possibilities
S Wang, N Lang, GC Bunch, S Basch, SR McHugh, S Huitzilopochtli, ...
Frontiers in education 6, 641796, 2021
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