Amanda C. Brandone, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, United States 
Area:
conceptual development, language development
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Parents

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Ellen Winner research assistant 2002-2003 Boston College
Roberta Michnick Golinkoff research assistant 2003-2005 University of Delaware
Susan A. Gelman grad student 2010 University of Michigan
 (The development of intention understanding in the first year of life: An exploration of infants' understanding of successful vs. failed intentional actions.)
Henry Wellman grad student 2005-2010 University of Michigan (PsychTree)
 (The development of intention understanding in the first year of life: An exploration of infants' understanding of successful vs. failed intentional actions.)

Children

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Kelsey Moty research assistant 2014-2017 Lehigh University (PsychTree)
Wyntre A Stout grad student 2014- Lehigh University (PsychTree)
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Brandone AC, Stout W, Moty K. (2019) Triadic Interactions Support Infants' Emerging Understanding of Intentional Actions. Developmental Science. e12880
Brandone AC, Gelman SA, Hedglen J. (2015) Children's Developing Intuitions About the Truth Conditions and Implications of Novel Generics Versus Quantified Statements. Cognitive Science. 39: 711-38
Brandone AC. (2015) Infants' social and motor experience and the emerging understanding of intentional actions Developmental Psychology. 51: 512-523
Rhodes M, Brandone AC. (2014) Three-year-olds' theories of mind in actions and words. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 263
Brandone AC, Horwitz SR, Aslin RN, et al. (2014) Infants' goal anticipation during failed and successful reaching actions. Developmental Science. 17: 23-34
Brandone AC, Gelman SA. (2013) Generic Language Use Reveals Domain Differences in Children's Expectations about Animal and Artifact Categories. Cognitive Development. 28: 63-75
Brandone AC, Cimpian A, Leslie SJ, et al. (2012) Do lions have manes? For children, generics are about kinds rather than quantities. Child Development. 83: 423-33
Gelman SA, Brandone AC. (2010) Fast-mapping placeholders: Using words to talk about kinds. Language Learning and Development : the Official Journal of the Society For Language Development. 6: 223-240
Cimpian A, Brandone AC, Gelman SA. (2010) Generic statements require little evidence for acceptance but have powerful implications. Cognitive Science. 34: 1452-1482
Cimpian A, Gelman SA, Brandone AC. (2010) Theory-based considerations influence the interpretation of generic sentences. Language and Cognitive Processes. 25: 261-276
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