Pamela Blewitt

College of Nursing Villanova University, Villanova, PA, USA 
Nursing, Human Development, Developmental Psychology
"Pamela Blewitt"


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Virginia Salo grad student 2012 Villanova
Nicolas A. Brown grad student 2010-2012 Villanova (Neurotree)
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Blewitt P, Langan R. (2016) Learning words during shared book reading: The role of extratextual talk designed to increase child engagement. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Blewitt P, Rump KM, Shealy SE, et al. (2009) Shared Book Reading: When and How Questions Affect Young Children's Word Learning Journal of Educational Psychology. 101: 294-304
Piccin TB, Blewitt P. (2007) Resource conservation as a basis for the mutual exclusivity effect in children's word learning First Language. 27: 5-28
Walsh BA, Blewitt P. (2006) The Effect of Questioning Style during Storybook Reading on Novel Vocabulary Acquisition of Preschoolers. Early Childhood Education Journal. 33: 273-278
Blewitt P, Golinkoff RM, Alioto A. (2000) Do toddlers have label preferences? A possible explanation for word refusals: Language. 20: 253-272
Blewitt P. (1994) Understanding Categorical Hierarchies: The Earliest Levels of Skill Child Development. 65: 1279-1298
Blewitt P, Krackow E. (1992) Acquiring taxonomic relations in lexical memory: The role of superordinate category labels Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 54: 37-56
Blewitt P, Toppino TC. (1991) The development of taxonomic structure in lexical memory Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 51: 296-319
Blewitt P. (1988) Stan A. KuczajII, a Martyn D. Barrett (eds), The development of word meaning: progress in cognitive development research . New York: Springer Verlag, 1986. Pp. xviii + 351. Journal of Child Language. 15: 687-695
Blewitt P. (1983) Dog versus collie: Vocabulary in speech to young children. Developmental Psychology. 19: 602-609
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