David A. Barner

University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Language Development, Conceptual Development
"David Barner"
Mean distance: 15.69 (cluster 15)
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Jesse Snedeker grad student 2002-2006 Harvard
 (Encoding individuals and sets in language acquisition.)


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Amanda Pogue research assistant 2007- University of Toronto
Katharine A Tillman grad student 2011- UCSD
Katherine G. Wagner grad student 2013 UCSD
Mahesh Srinivasan post-doc 2011-2013 UCSD
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Tillman KA, Barner D. (2015) Learning the language of time: Children's acquisition of duration words. Cognitive Psychology. 78: 57-77
Srinivasan M, Dunham Y, Hicks CM, et al. (2015) Do attitudes toward societal structure predict beliefs about free will and achievement? Evidence from the Indian caste system. Developmental Science
Dunham Y, Srinivasan M, Dotsch R, et al. (2014) Religion insulates ingroup evaluations: the development of intergroup attitudes in India. Developmental Science. 17: 311-9
Srinivasan M, Barner D. (2013) The Amelia Bedelia effect: world knowledge and the goal bias in language acquisition. Cognition. 128: 431-50
Srinivasan M, Chestnut E, Li P, et al. (2013) Sortal concepts and pragmatic inference in children's early quantification of objects. Cognitive Psychology. 66: 302-26
Brooks N, Audet J, Barner D. (2013) Pragmatic inference, not semantic competence, guides 3-year-olds' interpretation of unknown number words. Developmental Psychology. 49: 1066-75
Bale AC, Barner D. (2013) Semantic triggers, linguistic variation and the mass-count distinction Count and Mass Across Languages
Caponigro I, Pearl L, Brooks N, et al. (2012) Acquiring the meaning of free relative clauses and plural definite descriptions Journal of Semantics. 29: 261-293
Brooks N, Pogue A, Barner D. (2011) Piecing together numerical language: children's use of default units in early counting and quantification. Developmental Science. 14: 44-57
Barner D, Brooks N, Bale A. (2011) Accessing the unsaid: the role of scalar alternatives in children's pragmatic inference. Cognition. 118: 84-93
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