Developmental changes within the core of artifact concepts (2001)


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1 Knowledge Enrichment and Conceptual Change in . . . – Susan C. Johnson, Susan Carey - 1998
Original citation: – Rita Astuti, Gregg E. A. Solomon, Susan Carey, Rita Astuti, Gregg E. A. Solomon, Susan Carey
8 Artifacts Are Not Ascribed Essences, Nor Are They Treated As Belonging To Kinds – Steven A. Sloman, Barbara C. Malt - 2003
PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE General Article Are Children ‘‘Intuitive Theists’’? Reasoning About Purpose and Design in Nature – Deborah Kelemen
The Development of Feature Spaces for Similarity and Categorization – Jean-pierre Thibaut, Philippe G. Schyns, Jean-pierre Thibaut
40 Knowing versus Naming: Similarity and the Linguistic Categorization of Artifacts – Barbara C. Malt, Steven A. Sloman, Silvia Gennari, Meiyi Shi, Yuan Wang - 1999
44 Causal Status as a Determinant of Feature Centrality – Woo-kyoung Ahn, Nancy S. Kim, Mary E. Lassaline, Martin dennis - 2000
39 Why Are Different Features Central for Natural Kinds and Artifacts?: The Role of Causal Status in Determining Feature Centrality – Woo-kyoung Ahn - 1998
5 On the functional origins of essentialism – H. Clark Barrett
LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES, 2003, 18 (5/6), 663–692 Categorisation, causation, and the limits of understanding – Frank C. Keil
Language and Cognitive Processes Artifacts Are Not Ascribed Essences, Nor Are They Treated as Belonging to Kinds – Steven A. Sloman, Steven A. Sloman, Barbara C. Malt
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21 A Bayesian Framework for Concept Learning – Joshua B. Tenenbaum - 1999
3 Words, kinds and causal powers: A theory theory perspective on early naming and categorization – Alison Gopnik, Thierry Nazzi - 2003
17 Functional explanation and the function of explanation – Tania Lombrozo, Susan Carey - 2004
3 Counterfactual reasoning in causal judgments: Implications for marketing – Ann L. Mcgill - 2000
PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE Research Article When Children Ask, ‘‘What Is It?’ ’ What Do They Want to Know About Artifacts? – Deborah G. Kemler Nelson, Louisa Chan Egan, Morghan B. Holt
5 Assessing the causal structure of function – Sergio E. Chaigneau, Lawrence W. Barsalou, Steven A. Sloman - 2004