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Aimee E. Stahl
Aimee E. Stahl
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Observing the unexpected enhances infants’ learning and exploration
AE Stahl, L Feigenson
Science 348 (6230), 91-94, 2015
6252015
Expectancy violations promote learning in young children
AE Stahl, L Feigenson
Cognition 163, 1-14, 2017
1082017
Infants segment continuous events using transitional probabilities
AE Stahl, AR Romberg, S Roseberry, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh‐Pasek
Child development 85 (5), 1821-1826, 2014
922014
Violations of core knowledge shape early learning
AE Stahl, L Feigenson
Topics in cognitive science 11 (1), 136-153, 2019
51*2019
Social knowledge facilitates chunking in infancy
AE Stahl, L Feigenson
Child development 85 (4), 1477-1490, 2014
472014
Individual differences in nonlinguistic event categorization predict later motion verb comprehension
H Konishi, AE Stahl, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 151, 18-32, 2016
312016
Great expectations: The construct validity of the violation‐of‐expectation method for studying infant cognition
AE Stahl, MM Kibbe
Infant and Child Development, e2359, 2022
232022
When not choosing leads to not liking: Choice-induced preference in infancy
AM Silver, AE Stahl, R Loiotile, AS Smith-Flores, L Feigenson
Psychological Science 31 (11), 1422-1429, 2020
172020
Infants use linguistic group distinctions to chunk items in memory
AE Stahl, L Feigenson
Journal of experimental child psychology 172, 149-167, 2018
162018
Sleepy vs. Sleeping: Preschoolers’ sensitivity to morphological cues for adjectives and verbs in English and French
L Song, T Nazzi, S Moukawane, RM Golinkoff, A Stahl, W Ma, ...
Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language …, 2010
122010
Early understanding of ownership helps infants efficiently organize objects in memory
AE Stahl, D Pareja, L Feigenson
Cognitive Development 65, 101274, 2023
82023
Infants preferentially learn from surprising teachers
AE Stahl, L Woods
Infancy 27 (5), 887-899, 2022
52022
Objects in a social world: Infants’ object representational capacity limits are shaped by objects' social relevance
MM Kibbe, AE Stahl
Advances in Child Development and Behavior 65, 2023
12023
An object's categorizability impacts whether infants encode surface features into their object representations
MM Kibbe, AE Stahl
Infancy 28 (5), 958-972, 2023
2023
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