Anna V. Fisher, Ph.D

Psychology Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
"Anna Fisher"
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Vladimir M. Sloutsky grad student 2005 Ohio State
 (Inductive generalization: Underlying mechanisms and developmental course.)
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Vales C, Wu C, Torrance J, et al. (2021) Research at a Distance: Replicating Semantic Differentiation Effects Using Remote Data Collection With Children Participants. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 697550
Unger L, Fisher AV. (2021) The Emergence of Richly Organized Semantic Knowledge from Simple Statistics: A Synthetic Review. Developmental Review : Dr. 60
Eng CM, Godwin KE, Fisher AV. (2020) Keep it simple: streamlining book illustrations improves attention and comprehension in beginning readers. Npj Science of Learning. 5: 14
Unger L, Vales C, Fisher AV. (2020) The Role of Co-Occurrence Statistics in Developing Semantic Knowledge. Cognitive Science. 44: e12894
Vales C, Stevens P, Fisher AV. (2020) Lumping and splitting: Developmental changes in the structure of children's semantic networks. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 199: 104914
Vales C, States SL, Fisher AV. (2020) Experience-Driven Semantic Differentiation: Effects of a Naturalistic Experience on Within- and Across-Domain Differentiation in Children. Child Development. 91: 733-742
Kim J, Singh S, Thiessen ED, et al. (2020) A hidden Markov model for analyzing eye-tracking of moving objects : Case study in a sustained attention paradigm. Behavior Research Methods
Volland J, Fisher A, Drexler D. (2020) Preventing and identifying hospital-acquired delirium. Nursing. 50: 32-37
Fisher AV. (2019) Selective sustained attention: a developmental foundation for cognition. Current Opinion in Psychology. 29: 248-253
Vales C, Fisher AV. (2019) When Stronger Knowledge Slows You Down: Semantic Relatedness Predicts Children's Co-Activation of Related Items in a Visual Search Paradigm. Cognitive Science. 43: e12746
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