Elizabeth A. Ware, Ph.D.

2006 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Amy Booth grad student 2006 Northwestern
 (Form follows function: The role of function information in children's use of shape to categorize artifacts.)
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Ware EA. (2016) Individual and developmental differences in preschoolers' categorization biases and vocabulary across tasks. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 153: 35-56
Ware EA, Gelman SA. (2014) You get what you need: an examination of purpose- based inheritance reasoning in undergraduates, preschoolers, and biological experts. Cognitive Science. 38: 197-243
Gelman SA, Ware EA, Kleinberg F, et al. (2014) Individual differences in children's and parents' generic language. Child Development. 85: 924-40
Ware EA, Gelman SA, Kleinberg F. (2013) The Medium is the Message: Pictures and Objects Evoke Distinct Conceptual Relations in Parent-Child Conversations. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (Wayne State University. Press). 59
Gelman SA, Ware EA, Manczak EM, et al. (2013) Children's sensitivity to the knowledge expressed in pedagogical and nonpedagogical contexts. Developmental Psychology. 49: 491-504
Gelman SA, Ware EA, Kleinberg F. (2010) Effects of generic language on category content and structure. Cognitive Psychology. 61: 273-301
Booth AE, Ware EA. (2010) Categories, concepts and causality: A reply to Samuelson and Perone Cognitive Development. 25: 154-157
Ware EA, Booth AE. (2010) Form follows function: Learning about function helps children learn about shape Cognitive Development. 25: 124-137
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