Nathan George
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Forces and motion: How young children understand causal events
T Göksun, NR George, K Hirsh‐Pasek, RM Golinkoff
Child development 84 (4), 1285-1295, 2013
Where will it go? How children and adults reason about force and motion
J Harris, NR George, K Hirsh-Pasek, NS Newcombe
Cognitive Development 45, 113-124, 2018
Carving the world for language: How neuroscientific research can enrich the study of first and second language learning
NR George, T Göksun, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
Developmental Neuropsychology 39 (4), 262-284, 2014
Forces and motion: Causal understanding of preschoolers
T Göksun, N George, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
Child Development 84, 1285-1295, 2013
Stacking the evidence: Parents’ use of acoustic packaging with preschoolers
NR George, F Bulgarelli, M Roe, DJ Weiss
Cognition 191, 103956, 2019
Any way the wind blows: Children’s inferences about force and motion events
NR George, T Göksun, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 177, 119-131, 2019
The force of language: How children acquire the semantic categories of force dynamics
NR George
Temple University, 2014
The effect of lexicalization biases on cross-situational statistical learning of novel verbs
NR George, S Ciaccio, L Berry, DJ Weiss
Language and Cognition, 1-19, 2024
Combining forces for causal reasoning: Children’s predictions about physical interactions
SC Özdemir, NR George, T Göksun
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 234, 105711, 2023
Are we ON the same page? Monolingual and bilingual acquisition of familiar and novel relational language
N George, J Kanero, D Chwilla, DJ Weiss
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 38, 2016
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