Gedeon O. Deák

University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
cognitive flexibility
"Gedeon Deák"
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R. Joanne Jao Keehn research assistant Indiana University
Shanna D. Ray grad student
Anna E. Holt grad student 2011 UCSD
Kaya de Barbaro grad student 2012 UCSD
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de Barbaro K, Johnson CM, Forster D, et al. (2015) Sensorimotor Decoupling Contributes to Triadic Attention: A Longitudinal Investigation of Mother-Infant-Object Interactions. Child Development
Gupta R, Deák GO. (2015) Disarming smiles: irrelevant happy faces slow post-error responses. Cognitive Processing
Deák GO, Wiseheart M. (2015) Cognitive flexibility in young children: General or task-specific capacity? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 138: 31-53
Holt AE, Deák G. (2015) Children's Task-Switching Efficiency: Missing Our Cue? Journal of Cognition and Development. 16: 261-285
Deák GO. (2014) Development of adaptive tool-use in early childhood: sensorimotor, social, and conceptual factors. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 46: 149-81
Deák GO, Krasno AM, Triesch J, et al. (2014) Watch the hands: infants can learn to follow gaze by seeing adults manipulate objects. Developmental Science. 17: 270-81
Deák GO, Narasimham G. (2014) Young children's flexible use of semantic cues to word meanings: converging evidence of individual and age differences. Journal of Child Language. 41: 511-42
Ellis EM, Gonzalez MR, Deák GO. (2014) Visual Prediction in Infancy: What is the Association with Later Vocabulary? Language Learning and Development. 10: 36-50
Deák GO, Toney AJ. (2013) Young children's fast mapping and generalization of words, facts, and pictograms. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 115: 273-96
De Barbaro K, Johnson CM, Deák GO. (2013) Twelve-month "social revolution" emerges from mother-infant sensorimotor coordination: A longitudinal investigation Human Development. 56: 223-248
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