Rebecca Seston
Rebecca Seston
Lab Manager, Child Cognition Lab, Boston University
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Professional physical scientists display tenacious teleological tendencies: purpose-based reasoning as a cognitive default.
D Kelemen, J Rottman, R Seston
Journal of experimental psychology: General 142 (4), 1074, 2013
Children's conformity when acquiring novel conventions: The case of artifacts
RS Schillaci, D Kelemen
Journal of Cognition and Development 15 (4), 569-583, 2014
Vacuuming with my mouth?: Children's ability to comprehend novel extensions of familiar verbs
R Seston, RM Golinkoff, W Ma, K Hirsh-Pasek
Cognitive Development 24 (2), 113-124, 2009
The designing mind: Children's reasoning about intended function and artifact structure
D Kelemen, R Seston, L Saint Georges
Journal of Cognition and Development 13 (4), 439-453, 2012
Learning about tool categories via eavesdropping
B Phillips, R Seston, D Kelemen
Child Development 83 (6), 2057-2072, 2012
Action stations: Verb learning rests on constructing categories of action
L Song, RM Golinkoff, R Seston, W Ma, W Shallcross, K Hirsh-Pasek
Poster presented at the 31st Boston University Conference on Language …, 2006
Two Views Are Better Than One: Comparison Helps Infants Abstract Event Components
SM Pruden, MC Jones, R Seston, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
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