Shaylene Nancekivell
Shaylene Nancekivell
Associate Professor, Psychology, University of Manitoba
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Maybe they’re born with it, or maybe it’s experience: Toward a deeper understanding of the learning style myth.
SE Nancekivell, P Shah, SA Gelman
Journal of Educational Psychology, 2020
Ownership matters: People possess a naïve theory of ownership
SE Nancekivell, O Friedman, SA Gelman
Trends in cognitive sciences 23 (2), 2019
Young children's understanding of ownership
SE Nancekivell, JW Van de Vondervoort, O Friedman
Child Development Perspectives 7 (4), 243-247, 2013
Growth mindset and academic outcomes: a comparison of US and Chinese students
X Sun, S Nancekivell, SA Gelman, P Shah
npj Science of Learning 6 (1), 21, 2021
Preschoolers selectively infer history when explaining outcomes: Evidence from explanations of ownership, liking, and use
SE Nancekivell, O Friedman
Child Development 85 (3), 1236-1247, 2014
Ownership Rights
SE Nancekivell, JC Millar, PC Summers, O Friedman
A Companion to Experimental Philosophy, 2016
Mine, yours, no one’s: Children’s understanding of how ownership affects object use.
SE Nancekivell, O Friedman
Developmental psychology 50 (7), 1845, 2014
She bought the unicorn from the pet store: Six-to seven-year-olds are strongly inclined to generate natural explanations.
SE Nancekivell, O Friedman
Developmental Psychology 53 (6), 1079, 2017
A slippery myth: How learning style beliefs shape reasoning about multimodal instruction and related scientific evidence
SE Nancekivell, X Sun, SA Gelman, P Shah
Cognitive Science 45 (10), e13047, 2021
Ownership and Value in Childhood
ML Pesowski, SE Nancekivell, A Tasimi, O Friedman
Annual Review of Developmental Psychology, 2022
Perceptions of the malleability of fluid and crystallized intelligence.
X Sun, S Nancekivell, SA Gelman, P Shah
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 150 (5), 815, 2021
Who knows what? Preschoolers appreciate the link between ownership and knowledge.
SE Nancekivell, V Ho, S Denison
Developmental Psychology 56 (5), 880, 2020
Components and mechanisms: How children talk about machines in museum exhibits
E Attisano, SE Nancekivell, S Denison
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 636601, 2021
Brungarians use it differently! Children’s understanding of artifact function as a cultural convention
D Weatherhead, S Nancekivell
Journal of Cognition and Culture 18 (1-2), 89-103, 2018
“She should get her own cat”: Parent‐child conversations about ownership and sharing
SE Nancekivell, NS Davidson, NS Noles, SA Gelman
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 63, 434-445, 2023
So, what is it? Examining parent-child interactions while talking about artifacts in a museum
E Attisano, SE Nancekivell, S Tran, S Denison
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 60, 187-200, 2022
Wearing your knowledge on your sleeve: Young children’s reasoning about clothing as a marker of group-specific knowledge
D Weatherhead, SE Nancekivell, AS Baron
Cognitive Development 62, 101177, 2022
Beware the myth: learning styles affect parents’, children’s, and teachers’ thinking about children’s academic potential
X Sun, O Norton, SE Nancekivell
npj Science of Learning 8 (1), 46, 2023
When does ownership matter? Parents’ reasoning about children's conflicts over possessions
SE Nancekivell, BA Maurer
Social Development 31 (4), 1157-1175, 2022
Who is a thinker? With age, higher SES American children increasingly associate social status with divisions in labour
SE Nancekivell, T Farrow, BA Maurer
Infant and Child Development, e2379, 2022
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