Marvin W. Daehler

Psychology University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
Developmental Psychology, Mass Communications
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Daehler MW, Melzer DK. (2006) Learning to inhibit: Moving from fable to fact? Journal of Cognition and Development. 7: 301-304
MacConnell A, Daehler MW. (2004) The development of representational insight: Beyond the model/room paradigm Cognitive Development. 19: 345-362
O'Sullivan LP, Mitchell LL, Daehler MW. (2001) Representation and Perseveration: Influences on Young Children's Representational Insight Journal of Cognition and Development. 2: 339-365
Daehler MW. (2000) A key bridge to understanding the development of thinking and problem solving Monographs of the Society For Research in Child Development. 65: 97-105
Chen Z, Daehler MW. (2000) External and Internal Instantiation of Abstract Information Facilitates Transfer in Insight Problem Solving. Contemporary Educational Psychology. 25: 423-449
Chen Z, Yanowitz KL, Daehler MW. (1995) Constraints on Accessing Abstract Source Information: Instantiation of Principles Facilitates Children's Analogical Transfer Journal of Educational Psychology. 87: 445-454
Daehler MW, Chen Z. (1993) Protagonist, theme, and goal object: Effects of surface features on analogical transfer Cognitive Development. 8: 211-229
Chen Z, Daehler MW. (1992) Intention and outcome: Key components of causal structure facilitating mapping in children's analogical transfer Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 53: 237-257
Chen Z, Daehler MW. (1989) Positive and negative transfer in analogical problem solving by 6-year-old children Cognitive Development. 4: 327-344
Harper MO, Daehler MW. (1982) The Influence of Encoding Context on the False Recognition Errors of Children and Adults. The Journal of General Psychology. 107: 57-68
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