Su-hua Wang

University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
Cognitive development
"Su-hua Wang"
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Renee Baillargeon grad student 2003 UIUC
 (Manipulating infants' expectations about physical events: Evidence from priming and teaching experiments.)
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Shi XM, Bai YC, Gao YR, et al. (2021) Comprehensive Analysis of Differentially Expressed lncRNAs miRNAs and mRNA and Their ceRNA Network of Patients With Rare-Earth Pneumoconiosis. Frontiers in Genetics. 12: 700398
Liu CF, Lyu TX, Liu ZR, et al. (2020) [Investigation on two family clusters of COVID-19 in a county of Baotou city in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region]. Zhonghua Liu Xing Bing Xue Za Zhi = Zhonghua Liuxingbingxue Zazhi. 41: 1210-1213
Goldman EJ, Wang SH. (2019) Comparison facilitates the use of height information by 5-month-olds in containment events. Developmental Psychology
Wang SH. (2019) Regularity detection and explanation-based learning jointly support learning about physical events in early infancy. Cognitive Psychology. 113: 101219
Antrilli NK, Wang S. (2018) Toddlers on touchscreens: immediate effects of gaming and physical activity on cognitive flexibility of 2.5-year-olds in the US Journal of Children and Media. 12: 496-513
Huang LH, Yang H, Su X, et al. (2017) Neodymium Oxide Induces Cytotoxicity and Activates NF-κB and Caspase-3 in NR8383 Cells. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences : Bes. 30: 75-78
Wang S. (2017) The Fluid Construction of Spatial Concepts in Infancy Human Development. 60: 186-192
Wang SH, Zhang Y, Baillargeon R. (2016) Young infants view physically possible support events as unexpected: New evidence for rule learning. Cognition. 157: 100-105
Rigney J, Wang SH. (2015) Delineating the Boundaries of Infants’ Spatial Categories: The Case of Containment Journal of Cognition and Development. 16: 420-441
Duh S, Wang SH. (2014) Infants detect changes in everyday scenes: the role of scene gist. Cognitive Psychology. 72: 142-61
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