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Deena Skolnick Weisberg
Deena Skolnick Weisberg
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The seductive allure of neuroscience explanations
DS Weisberg, FC Keil, J Goodstein, E Rawson, JR Gray
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (3), 470-477, 2008
14892008
Guided play: Where curricular goals meet a playful pedagogy
DS Weisberg, K Hirsh‐Pasek, RM Golinkoff
Mind, Brain, and Education 7 (2), 104-112, 2013
6162013
Guided play: Principles and practices
DS Weisberg, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff, AK Kittredge, D Klahr
Current directions in psychological science 25 (3), 177-182, 2016
4532016
Talking it up: play, language development, and the role of adult support.
DS Weisberg, JM Zosh, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
American Journal of Play 6 (1), 39-54, 2013
3562013
Does reading a single passage of literary fiction really improve theory of mind? An attempt at replication.
ME Panero, DS Weisberg, J Black, TR Goldstein, JL Barnes, H Brownell, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 111 (5), e46, 2016
3242016
Childhood origins of adult resistance to science
P Bloom, DS Weisberg
science 316 (5827), 996-997, 2007
3172007
The power of possibility: Causal learning, counterfactual reasoning, and pretend play
D Buchsbaum, S Bridgers, D Skolnick Weisberg, A Gopnik
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
3022012
Pretend play
DS Weisberg
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 6 (3), 249-261, 2015
2432015
Pretense, counterfactuals, and Bayesian causal models: Why what is not real really matters
DS Weisberg, A Gopnik
Cognitive science 37 (7), 1368-1381, 2013
2242013
The language of play: Developing preschool vocabulary through play following shared book-reading
TS Toub, B Hassinger-Das, KT Nesbitt, H Ilgaz, DS Weisberg, ...
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 45, 1-17, 2018
1872018
What does Batman think about SpongeBob? Children's understanding of the fantasy/fantasy distinction
D Skolnick, P Bloom
Cognition 101 (1), B9-B18, 2006
1782006
Deconstructing the seductive allure of neuroscience explanations
DS Weisberg, JCV Taylor, EJ Hopkins
Judgment and Decision making 10 (5), 429-441, 2015
1572015
Making play work for education
DS Weisberg, AK Kittredge, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff, D Klahr
Phi Delta Kappan 96 (8), 8-13, 2015
1512015
The seductive allure is a reductive allure: People prefer scientific explanations that contain logically irrelevant reductive information
EJ Hopkins, DS Weisberg, JCV Taylor
Cognition 155, 67-76, 2016
1212016
What belongs in a fictional world?
DS Weisberg, J Goodstein
Journal of Cognition and Culture 9 (1-2), 69-78, 2009
1032009
Shovels and swords: How realistic and fantastical themes affect children's word learning
DS Weisberg, H Ilgaz, K Hirsh-Pasek, R Golinkoff, A Nicolopoulou, ...
Cognitive Development 35, 1-14, 2015
1002015
Mise en place: Setting the stage for thought and action
DS Weisberg, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff, BD McCandliss
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 18 (6), 276-278, 2014
972014
Young children are reality-prone when thinking about stories
DS Weisberg, DM Sobel, J Goodstein, P Bloom
Journal of Cognition and Culture 13 (3-4), 383-407, 2013
952013
The youngest readers’ dilemma: A review of children’s learning from fictional sources
EJ Hopkins, DS Weisberg
Developmental Review 43, 48-70, 2017
922017
Embracing complexity: rethinking the relation between play and learning: comment on Lillard et al.(2013).
DS Weisberg, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
American Psychological Association 139 (1), 35, 2013
902013
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