Sandra R. Waxman

Affiliations: 
Northwestern University, Chicago, IL 
Area:
cognitive development, language
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Kathleen Geraghty research assistant 2010-pres Northwestern (Neurotree)
Amy C. Geojo research assistant 2000-2001 Northwestern (Neurotree)
D. Geoffrey Hall grad student Department of Psychology - Harvard University (Neurotree)
Brock Ferguson grad student 2011-pres Northwestern (Neurotree)
Laura L. Namy grad student 1998 Emory
Raquel S. Klibanoff grad student 2000 Northwestern (Neurotree)
Florencia K. Anggoro grad student 2006 Northwestern (Neurotree)
Thomas B. Piccin grad student 2007 Northwestern (Neurotree)
Patricia A. Herrmann grad student 2011 Northwestern (Neurotree)
Heather M. Norbury grad student 2013 Northwestern (Neurotree)
Sudha Arunachalam post-doc (Neurotree)
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Perszyk DR, Waxman SR. (2017) Linking Language and Cognition in Infancy. Annual Review of Psychology
Perszyk DR, Waxman SR. (2017) Experience is Instrumental in Tuning a Link Between Language and Cognition: Evidence from 6- to 7- Month-Old Infants' Object Categorization. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Perszyk DR, Ferguson B, Waxman SR. (2016) Maturation constrains the effect of exposure in linking language and thought: evidence from healthy preterm infants. Developmental Science
Havy M, Waxman SR. (2016) Naming influences 9-month-olds' identification of discrete categories along a perceptual continuum. Cognition. 156: 41-51
Perszyk DR, Waxman SR. (2016) Listening to the calls of the wild: The role of experience in linking language and cognition in young infants. Cognition. 153: 175-181
Waxman SR, Fu X, Ferguson B, et al. (2016) How Early is Infants' Attention to Objects and Actions Shaped by Culture? New Evidence from 24-Month-Olds Raised in the US and China. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 97
Ferguson B, Waxman SR. (2015) What the [beep]? Six-month-olds link novel communicative signals to meaning. Cognition. 146: 185-189
Ferguson B, Havy M, Waxman SR. (2015) The precision of 12-month-old infants' link between language and categorization predicts vocabulary size at 12 and 18 months. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1319
Arunachalam S, Waxman SR. (2015) Let's See a Boy and a Balloon: Argument Labels and Syntactic Frame in Verb Learning. Language Acquisition. 22: 117-131
Waxman SR. (2015) Abandoning the 'theoretical apartheid' between nature and nurture: Human infants hold the key Social Anthropology. 23: 213-215
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