Special issue: The Development of Categorization, Guest Editors: Thea IONESCU, Robert L. GOLDSTONE, Volume XI, Nr. 4

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"I CAN PUT IT THERE TOO!" - FLEXIBLE OBJECT CATEGORIZATION IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN AND THE FACTORS THAT CAN ACT UPON IT Thea IONESCU 1962
THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTENTIONAL CONTROL OF CATEGORIZATION BEHAVIOUR: A STUDY OF CHILDREN�S RELATIONAL FLEXIBILITY Agnes BLAYE, Nicolas CHEVALIER, Jean Louis PAOUR 1586
INDUCTIVE CATEGORIZATION: A METHODOLOGY TO EXAMINE THE BASIS FOR CATEGORIZATION AND INDUCTION IN INFANCY David H. RAKISON 1717
WHAT CAN NEUROIMAGING TELL US ABOUT THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL CATEGORIES? Teodora GLIGA, Denis MARESCHAL 1898
THE HUMAN ANIMAL: DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN JUDGMENTS OF TAXONOMIC AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SIMILARITY AMONG HUMANS AND OTHER ANIMALS John D. COLEY 1750
PRESCHOOLERS' SUPERORDINATE TAXONOMIC CATEGORIZATION AS A FUNCTION OF INDIVIDUAL PROCESSING OF VISUAL VS. CONTEXTUAL/FUNCTIONAL INFORMATION AND OBJECT DOMAIN Francoise BONTHOUX, Solene KALENINE 1942
DRAWING CONCLUSIONS ABOUT CATEGORIZATION: INTEGRATING PERCEPTUAL AND CONCEPTUAL PROCESSES IN NAMING Larissa K. SAMUELSON, Lynn K. PERRY, Anne K. WARRINGTON 1639
IN SUPPORT OF AN EXPERT-NOVICE DIFFERENCE IN THE REPRESENTATION OF HUMANS VERSUS NON-HUMAN ANIMALS BY INFANTS: GENERALIZATION FROM PERSONS TO CATS OCCURS ONLY WITH UPRIGHT WHOLE IMAGES Paul C. QUINN, Kang LEE, Olivier PASCALIS, Alan M. SLATER 1662
MEMORY PROCESSES AND CATEGORIZATION IN INFANCY Lisa M. OAKES, Kristine A. KOVACK-LESH 2163
HOW CLOSE IS TOO CLOSE? ALIGNMENT AND PERCEPTUAL SIMILARITY IN CHILDREN'S CATEGORIZATION Laura L. NAMY, Dedre GENTNER, Lauren E. CLEPPER 1796