Deena Skolnick Weisberg
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The seductive allure of neuroscience explanations
DS Weisberg, FC Keil, J Goodstein, E Rawson, JR Gray
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (3), 470-477, 2008
12572008
Guided play: Where curricular goals meet a playful pedagogy
DS Weisberg, K Hirsh‐Pasek, RM Golinkoff
Mind, Brain, and Education 7 (2), 104-112, 2013
2972013
Childhood origins of adult resistance to science
P Bloom, DS Weisberg
science 316 (5827), 996-997, 2007
2822007
The power of possibility: Causal learning, counterfactual reasoning, and pretend play
D Buchsbaum, S Bridgers, D Skolnick Weisberg, A Gopnik
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
2002012
Talking it up: play, language development, and the role of adult support.
DS Weisberg, JM Zosh, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
American Journal of Play 6 (1), 39-54, 2013
1882013
Guided play: Principles and practices
DS Weisberg, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff, AK Kittredge, D Klahr
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (3), 177-182, 2016
1792016
Does reading a single passage of literary fiction really improve theory of mind? An attempt at replication.
ME Panero, DS Weisberg, J Black, TR Goldstein, JL Barnes, H Brownell, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111 (5), e46, 2016
1782016
Pretense, counterfactuals, and Bayesian causal models: Why what is not real really matters
DS Weisberg, A Gopnik
Cognitive science 37 (7), 1368-1381, 2013
1512013
What does Batman think about SpongeBob? Children's understanding of the fantasy/fantasy distinction
D Skolnick, P Bloom
Cognition 101 (1), B9-B18, 2006
1502006
Pretend play
DS Weisberg
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 6 (3), 249-261, 2015
1132015
Deconstructing the seductive allure of neuroscience explanations
DS Weisberg, JCV Taylor, EJ Hopkins
Judgment and Decision making 10 (5), 429, 2015
992015
Making play work for education
DS Weisberg, AK Kittredge, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff, D Klahr
Phi Delta Kappan 96 (8), 8-13, 2015
832015
The seductive allure is a reductive allure: People prefer scientific explanations that contain logically irrelevant reductive information
EJ Hopkins, DS Weisberg, JCV Taylor
Cognition 155, 67-76, 2016
822016
What Belongs in a Fictional World?
J Goodstein, DS Weisberg
Journal of Cognition and Culture 9 (1-2), 69-78, 2009
75*2009
Shovels and swords: How realistic and fantastical themes affect children's word learning
DS Weisberg, H Ilgaz, K Hirsh-Pasek, R Golinkoff, A Nicolopoulou, ...
Cognitive Development 35, 1-14, 2015
692015
Young children are reality-prone when thinking about stories
DS Weisberg, DM Sobel, J Goodstein, P Bloom
Journal of Cognition and Culture 13 (3-4), 383-407, 2013
692013
Mise en place: Setting the stage for thought and action
DS Weisberg, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff, BD McCandliss
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 18 (6), 276-278, 2014
642014
The language of play: Developing preschool vocabulary through play following shared book-reading
TS Toub, B Hassinger-Das, KT Nesbitt, H Ilgaz, DS Weisberg, ...
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 45, 1-17, 2018
582018
Embracing complexity: Rethinking the relation between play and learning: Comment on Lillard et al.(2013).
DS Weisberg, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
American Psychological Association 139 (1), 35, 2013
562013
The intuitive cosmology of fictional worlds
D Skolnick, P Bloom
The architecture of the imagination: new essays on pretence, possibility …, 2006
562006
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