Merideth Gattis

Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom 
human learning and reasoning
"Merideth Gattis"
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Keith James Holyoak grad student 1989-1995 UCLA
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Hoicka E, Soy-Telli B, Prouten E, et al. (2021) The Early Social Cognition Inventory (ESCI): An examination of its psychometric properties from birth to 47 months. Behavior Research Methods
Gattis M, Winstanley A, Sperotto R, et al. (2020) Foundations of attention sharing: Orienting and responding to attention in term and preterm 5-month-old infants. Infant Behavior & Development. 61: 101466
Gerson S, Weinstein N, Gattis M, et al. (2019) Infants attend longer to controlling versus supportive directive speech. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 187: 104654
Cameron-Faulkner T, Melville J, Gattis M. (2018) Responding to nature: natural environments improve parent-child communication Journal of Environmental Psychology. 59: 9-15
Cameron-Faulkner T, Macdonald R, Serratrice L, et al. (2017) Plant yourself where language blooms: Direct experience of nature changes how parents and children talk about nature Children, Youth and Environments. 27: 110-124
Hilbrink EE, Gattis M, Levinson SC. (2015) Early developmental changes in the timing of turn-taking: a longitudinal study of mother-infant interaction. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1492
Over H, Carpenter M, Spears R, et al. (2013) Children selectively trust individuals who have imitated them Social Development. 22: 215-224
Hoicka E, Gattis M. (2012) Acoustic differences between humorous and sincere communicative intentions. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 30: 531-49
Over H, Gattis M. (2010) Verbal imitation is based on intention understanding Cognitive Development. 25: 46-55
Hoicka E, Jutsum S, Gattis M. (2008) Humor, abstraction, and disbelief. Cognitive Science. 32: 985-1002
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