Susan J. Hespos, PhD

Affiliations: 
2007- Psychology Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Area:
Cognitive development, learning, language and concepts
Website:
http://www.psychology.northwestern.edu/people/faculty/core/profiles/susan-hespos.html
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Parents

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Philippe Rochat grad student 1996 Emory
Renee Baillargeon post-doc 1996-1998 UIUC (Neurotree)
Elizabeth S. Spelke post-doc 1998-2001 MIT
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Rips LJ, Hespos SJ. (2019) Concepts of objects and substances in language. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Anderson EM, Chang YJ, Hespos S, et al. (2018) Comparison within pairs promotes analogical abstraction in three-month-olds. Cognition. 176: 74-86
Anderson EM, Hespos SJ, Rips LJ. (2018) Five-month-old infants have expectations for the accumulation of nonsolid substances. Cognition. 175: 1-10
Hespos SJ, Ferry AL, Anderson EM, et al. (2016) Five-Month-Old Infants Have General Knowledge of How Nonsolid Substances Behave and Interact. Psychological Science
Ferry AL, Hespos SJ, Gentner D. (2015) Prelinguistic Relational Concepts: Investigating Analogical Processing in Infants. Child Development
Rips LJ, Hespos SJ. (2015) Divisions of the physical world: Concepts of objects and substances. Psychological Bulletin. 141: 786-811
Ferry AL, Hespos SJ, Waxman SR. (2013) Nonhuman primate vocalizations support categorization in very young human infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 15231-5
Hespos SJ, vanMarle K. (2012) Physics for infants: characterizing the origins of knowledge about objects, substances, and number. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 3: 19-27
Hespos SJ, Dora B, Rips LJ, et al. (2012) Infants make quantity discriminations for substances. Child Development. 83: 554-67
Rips LJ, Hespos SJ. (2011) Rebooting the bootstrap argument: Two puzzles for bootstrap theories of concept development Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 34: 145-146
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