Ellen Winner

Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
Developmental Psychology
"Ellen Winner"
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Drake JE, Simmons S, Rouser S, et al. (2019) Artists Excel on Image Activation But Not Image Manipulation Tasks Empirical Studies of the Arts. 27623741986894
Hogan J, Murdock K, Hamill M, et al. (2018) Looking at the Process: Examining Creative and Artistic Thinking in Fashion Designers on a Reality Television Show. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2008
Mehr SA, Scannell DA, Winner E. (2018) Sight-over-sound judgments of music performances are replicable effects with limited interpretability. Plos One. 13: e0202075
Drake JE, Winner E. (2018) Extreme Drawing Realism in Childhood Roeper Review. 40: 222-233
Rabb N, Brownell H, Winner E. (2018) Essentialist beliefs in aesthetic judgments of duplicate artworks. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. 12: 284-293
Goldstein TR, Lerner MD, Winner E. (2017) The Arts as a Venue for Developmental Science: Realizing a Latent Opportunity. Child Development
Panero ME, Weisberg DS, Black J, et al. (2017) No support for the claim that literary fiction uniquely and immediately improves theory of mind: A reply to Kidd and Castano's commentary on Panero et al. (2016). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 112: e5-e8
Panero ME, Weisberg DS, Black J, et al. (2016) Does Reading a Single Passage of Literary Fiction Really Improve Theory of Mind? An Attempt at Replication. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Rice CE, Adamson LB, Winner E, et al. (2016) A cross-sectional study of shared attention by children with autism and typically developing children in an inclusive preschool setting Topics in Language Disorders. 36: 245-265
Nissel J, Hawley-Dolan A, Winner E. (2016) Can Young Children Distinguish Abstract Expressionist Art From Superficially Similar Works by Preschoolers and Animals? Journal of Cognition and Development. 17: 18-29
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