D. Geoffrey Hall, Ph.D

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Psychology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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Wallace E. Lambert research assistant (Neurotree)
Sandra R. Waxman grad student Department of Psychology - Harvard University (Neurotree)

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Jennifer Campbell grad student UBC
Tracy A. Lavin grad student 2004 UBC (Neurotree)
Kristan A. Marchak grad student 2017 UBC
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Campbell J, Hall DG. (2022) The scope of infants' early object word extensions. Cognition. 228: 105210
Marchak KA, Hall DG. (2022) Children's Understanding of Proper Names and Descriptions. Journal of Child Language. 1-12
Weatherhead D, Kandhadai P, Hall DG, et al. (2021) Putting Mutual Exclusivity in Context: Speaker Race Influences Monolingual and Bilingual Infants' Word-Learning Assumptions. Child Development
Marchak KA, Hall DG. (2019) Designators, descriptions, and artifact persistence. Cognition. 192: 103999
Prasada S, Hall DG. (2019) Instance-of-object-kind representations. Cognition. 189: 209-220
Marchak KA, Hall DG. (2017) Transforming Celebrity Objects: Implications for an Account of Psychological Contagion Journal of Cognition and Culture. 17: 51-72
Kandhadai P, Hall DG, Werker JF. (2016) Second label learning in bilingual and monolingual infants. Developmental Science
Hall DG, Rhemtulla M. (2014) Young Children's Use of Contrast in Word Learning: The Case of Proper Names Journal of Cognition and Development. 15: 551-568
Hall DG, Williams SG, Bélanger J. (2010) Learning count nouns and adjectives: Understanding the contributions of lexical form class and social-pragmatic cues Journal of Cognition and Development. 11: 86-120
Rhemtulla M, Hall DG. (2009) Monkey business: children's use of character identity to infer shared properties. Cognition. 113: 167-76
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