Rose M. Scott

University of California, Merced, Merced, CA, United States 
"Rose Scott"
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Renee Baillargeon grad student UIUC
Cynthia Fisher grad student 2004-2010 UIUC (LinguisTree)
 (Learning verbs under referential uncertainty: The role of referential and syntactic contexts.)
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Fisher C, Jin KS, Scott RM. (2019) The Developmental Origins of Syntactic Bootstrapping. Topics in Cognitive Science
Scott RM, Setoh P, Baillargeon R. (2017) Reply to Rubio-Fernández et al.: Different traditional false-belief tasks impose different processing demands for toddlers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Scott RM, Baillargeon R. (2017) Early False-Belief Understanding. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Setoh P, Scott RM, Baillargeon R. (2016) Two-and-a-half-year-olds succeed at a traditional false-belief task with reduced processing demands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Bunce JP, Scott RM. (2016) Finding meaning in a noisy world: exploring the effects of referential ambiguity and competition on 2·5-year-olds' cross-situational word learning. Journal of Child Language. 1-27
Scott RM, Roby E. (2015) Processing Demands Impact 3-Year-Olds' Performance in a Spontaneous-Response Task: New Evidence for the Processing-Load Account of Early False-Belief Understanding. Plos One. 10: e0142405
Baillargeon R, Scott RM, Bian L. (2015) Psychological Reasoning in Infancy. Annual Review of Psychology
Scott RM, Richman JC, Baillargeon R. (2015) Infants understand deceptive intentions to implant false beliefs about identity: New evidence for early mentalistic reasoning. Cognitive Psychology. 82: 32-56
Scott RM, Baillargeon R. (2014) How fresh a look? A reply to Heyes. Developmental Science. 17: 660-4
Scott RM. (2014) Post hoc versus predictive accounts of children's theory of mind: A reply to Ruffman Developmental Review. 34: 300-304
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