Cristine H. Legare, Ph.D.

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
conceptual development, language development
"Cristine Legare"
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Susan A. Gelman grad student 2008 University of Michigan
 (The development of causal explanatory reasoning.)
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Legare CH, Schult CA, Impola M, et al. (2016) Young children revise explanations in response to new evidence Cognitive Development. 39: 45-56
Watson-Jones RE, Busch JT, Legare CH. (2015) Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Explanatory Coexistence. Topics in Cognitive Science
Sobel DM, Legare CH. (2014) Causal learning in children. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 5: 413-27
Legare CH, Schepp B, Gelman SA. (2014) Examining explanatory biases in young children's biological reasoning. Journal of Cognition and Development : Official Journal of the Cognitive Development Society. 15: 284-303
Walker CM, Lombrozo T, Legare CH, et al. (2014) Explaining prompts children to privilege inductively rich properties. Cognition. 133: 343-57
Legare CH, Lombrozo T. (2014) Selective effects of explanation on learning during early childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 126: 198-212
Legare CH, Souza AL. (2014) Searching for control: priming randomness increases the evaluation of ritual efficacy. Cognitive Science. 38: 152-61
Herrmann PA, Legare CH, Harris PL, et al. (2013) Stick to the script: the effect of witnessing multiple actors on children's imitation. Cognition. 129: 536-43
Legare CH, Mills CM, Souza AL, et al. (2013) The use of questions as problem-solving strategies during early childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 114: 63-76
Wellman HM, Zhu L, Legare CH. (2013) Examining biological explanations in chinese preschool children: A cross-cultural comparison Journal of Cognition and Culture. 13: 67-93
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