Gretchen Van de Walle

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Infant perception and cognition
"Gretchen Van de Walle"
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Geerdts MS, Van de Walle GA, LoBue V. (2015) Daily animal exposure and children's biological concepts. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 130: 132-46
Geerdts MS, Van de Walle GA, LoBue V. (2015) Parent–Child Conversations About Animals in Informal Learning Environments Visitor Studies. 18: 39-63
Le Corre M, Van de Walle G, Brannon EM, et al. (2006) Re-visiting the competence/performance debate in the acquisition of the counting principles. Cognitive Psychology. 52: 130-69
Streri A, Gentaz E, Spelke E, et al. (2004) Infants' haptic perception of object unity in rotating displays. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. a, Human Experimental Psychology. 57: 523-38
Molina M, Van De Walle GA, Condry K, et al. (2004) The animate-inanimate distinction in infancy: Developing sensitivity to constraints on human actions Journal of Cognition and Development. 5: 399-426
Brannon EM, Van de Walle GA. (2001) The development of ordinal numerical competence in young children. Cognitive Psychology. 43: 53-81
Van De Walle GA, Carey S, Prevor M. (2000) Bases for Object Individuation in Infancy: Evidence from Manual Search Journal of Cognition and Development. 1: 249-280
Van De Walle GA, Rubenstein JS, Spelke ES. (1998) Infant sensitivity to shadow motions Cognitive Development. 13: 387-419
Van de Walle GA, Spelke ES. (1996) Spatiotemporal integration and object perception in infancy: perceiving unity versus form. Child Development. 67: 2621-40
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