Priya M. Shimpi, Ph.D.

2006 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
"Priya Shimpi"
Mean distance: 20.06 (cluster 15)


Sign in to add mentor
Janellen Huttenlocher grad student 2006 Chicago
 (The role of associated object properties in infants' understanding of absent reference.)
BETA: Related publications


You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Gámez PB, Shimpi PM. (2015) Structural priming in Spanish as evidence of implicit learning. Journal of Child Language. 1-27
Nicholson J, Shimpi PM, Jevgjovikj M, et al. (2015) Cycling on abandoned Second World War airfields and Jugando a Las Escondidas en el Parque: examining play memories from adults growing up around the world Early Child Development and Care
Nicholson J, Shimpi PM. (2015) Guiding future early childhood educators to reclaim their own play as a foundation for becoming effective advocates for children's play Early Child Development and Care. 185: 1601-1616
Shimpi PM, Paik JH, Wanerman T, et al. (2015) Using parent and teacher voices in the creation of a western-based early childhood english-language program in China Journal of Research in Childhood Education. 29: 73-89
Silva KG, Shimpi PM, Rogoff B. (2015) Young Children's Attention to What's Going On: Cultural Differences Advances in Child Development and Behavior
O'Doherty K, Troseth GL, Shimpi PM, et al. (2011) Third-party social interaction and word learning from video. Child Development. 82: 902-15
Gámez PB, Shimpi PM, Waterfall HR, et al. (2009) Priming a perspective in Spanish monolingual children: the use of syntactic alternatives. Journal of Child Language. 36: 269-90
Shimpi PM, Huttenlocher J. (2007) Redirective labels and early vocabulary development. Journal of Child Language. 34: 845-59
Shimpi PM, Gámez PB, Huttenlocher J, et al. (2007) Syntactic priming in 3- and 4-year-old children: evidence for abstract representations of transitive and dative forms. Developmental Psychology. 43: 1334-46
See more...