Memory for events
Bauer, P.J., Dunisch, D.L. & deHaan, M. (in press). In for the short haul: Immediate and short-term remembering and forgetting by 20-month-old children. Infant Behavior and Development.
Oakes, L.M. (1994). The development of infants' use of continuity cues in their perception of causality. Developmental Psychology, 30, 869-879.
Baillargeon, R., Spelke, E.S. & Wasserman, S. (1985). Object permanence in 5-month-old infants. Cognition, 20, 191-208.
Baillargeon, R. & Graber, M. (1988). Evidence of location memory in 8-month-old infants in a non-search AB task. Developmental Psychology, 24, 502-511.
Schilling, T.H. (2000). Infants' looking at possible and impossible screen rotations: The role of familiarization. Infancy, 1(4), 389-402.
Physical properties of objects
Spelke, E.S. (1991). Physical knowledge in infancy: Reflections on Piaget's theory. In S. Carey & R. Gelman (Eds.), The epigenesis of mind: Essays on biology and cognition. New Jersey: Erlbaum, 133-169.
Baillargeon, R. & Hanko-Summers, S. (1990). Is the top object adequately supported by the botton object? Young infants' understanding of support relations. Cognitive Development, 5, 29-53.
Kellman, P.J. & Spelke, E.S. (1983). Perception of partly occluded objects in infancy. Cognitive Psychology, 15, 483-524.
Quinn, P.C., Cummins, M., Kase, J., Martin, E., & Weissman, S. (1996). Development of categorical representations for above and below spatial relationsin 3- to 7-month-old infants. Developmental Psychology, 32, 942-950.
Strauss, M.S. (1979). Abstraction of prototypical information by adults and 10-month-old infants. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human learning and memory, 5, 618-632.
Younger, B.A. & Cohen, L.B. (1983). Infant perception of correlations among attributes. Child Development, 54, 858-867.
Inferences and Analogical problem solving
Woodward, A.L. & Guajardo, J.J. (2002). Infants’ understanding of the point gesture as an object-directed action. Cognitive Development, 83, 1-24.
Woodward, A.L. (1999). Infants’ ability to distinguish between purposeful and non-purposeful behaviors. Infant Behavior and Development, 22, 145-160.
Baldwin, D.A., Markman, E.M. & Melartin, R.L., (1993). Infants' ability to draw inferences about nonobvious object properties: Evidence from exploratory play. Child Development, 64, 711-728.
Chen, Z., Sanchez,R.P., & Campbell, T. (1997). From beyond to within their grasp: The rudiments of analogical problem solving in 10- and 13-month-olds. Developmental Psychology, 33, 790-801.
Massey, C.M. & Gelman, R. (1988). Preschooler's ability to decide whether a photographed unfamiliar object can move itself. Developmental Psychology, 24, 307-317.
Commonalities among living things
Inagaki, K. & Hatano, G. (1996). Young children's recognition of commonalities between animals and plants. Child Development, 67, 2823-2840.
Kalish, C.W. & Gelman, S.A. (1992). On wooden pillows: Multiple classification and children's category-based inductions. Child Development, 63, 1536-1557.
Davidson, N.S. & Gelman, S.A. (1990). Inductions from novel categories: The of language and conceptual structure. Cognitive Development, 5, 151-176.
Awareness of mental activity
Estes, D. (1998). Young children's awareness of their mental activity: The case of mental rotation. Child Development, 69, 1345-1360.
Analogy and Transfer
Gentner, D. (1977). Children's performance on a spatial analogies task. Child Development, 48, 1034-1039.
Brown, A.L. (1990). Domain specific principles affect learning and transfer in children. Cognitive Science, 14, 107-133.
Understanding relations among objects
Kotovsky, L. & Gentner, D. (1996). Comparison and categorization in the development of relational similarity. Child Development, 67, 2797-2822.
Categorization and induction
Mak, B.S.K. & Vera, A.H. (1999). The role of motion in children's categorization of objects. Cognition, 71, B11-B21.
Winner, E., Rosenstiel, A.K. & Gardner, H. (1976). The development of metaphoric understanding. Developmental Psychology, 12, 289-297.
Kelly, S.D. & Church, R.B. (1998). A comparison between children's and adults' ability to detect conceptual information conveyed through representational gestures. Child Development, 69, 85-93.
Theory & Reasoning
Amsel, E., Goodman, G., Savoie, D. & Clark, M. (1996). The development of reasoning about causal and noncausal influences on levers. Child Development, 67, 1624-1646.
Simons, D.J. & Keil, F.C. (1995). An abstract to concrete shift in the development of biological thought: the insides story. Cognition, 56, 129-163.
Penner, D.E. & Klahr,D. (1996). The interaction of domain-specific knowledge and domain-general discovery strategies: A study with sinking objects. Child Development, 67, 2709-2727.
Thornton, S. (1999). Creating the conditions for cognitive change: The interaction between task structures and specific strategies. Child Development, 70, 588-603.
Chen,Z. & Klahr, D. (1999). All other things being equal: Acquisition and transfer of the control of variables strategy. Child Development, 70, 1098-1120.
Pauen, S. (1996). Children's reasoning about the interaction of forces. Child Development, 67, 2728-2742.
Lepore, S.J. & Sesco, B. (1994). Distorting children's reports and interpretations of events through suggestion. Journal of Applied Psychology, 79, 108-120.