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The development of cognitive flexibility and language abilities
GO Deak
Advances in child development and behavior 31, 273-328, 2003
4482003
Gaze following: why (not) learn it?
J Triesch, C Teuscher, GO DeŠk, E Carlson
Developmental science 9 (2), 125-147, 2006
3272006
Effects of gesture and target on 12-and 18-month-olds' joint visual attention to objects in front of or behind them.
GO DeŠk, RA Flom, AD Pick
Developmental psychology 36 (4), 511, 2000
2582000
Watch the hands: Infants can learn to follow gaze by seeing adults manipulate objects
GO Deak, AM Krasno, J Triesch, J Lewis, L Sepeta
Developmental science 17 (2), 270-281, 2014
1542014
Cognitive flexibility in young children: General or task-specific capacity?
GO DeŠk, M Wiseheart
Journal of experimental child psychology 138, 31-53, 2015
1372015
The dynamics of preschoolers' categorization choices
GO DeŠk, PJ Bauer
Child development 67 (3), 740-767, 1996
1331996
Nine-month-olds’ shared visual attention as a function of gesture and object location
R Flom, GO DeŠk, CG Phill, AD Pick
Infant Behavior and Development 27 (2), 181-194, 2004
1212004
The growth of flexible problem solving: Preschool children use changing verbal cues to infer multiple word meanings
GO DeŠk
Journal of cognition and development 1 (2), 157-191, 2000
1162000
Children's perseverative appearance–reality errors are related to emerging language skills
GO DeŠk, SD Ray, K Brenneman
Child Development 74 (3), 944-964, 2003
952003
Effects of age, reminders, and task difficulty on young children’s rule-switching flexibility
GO DeŠk, SD Ray, AD Pick
Cognitive Development 19 (3), 385-400, 2004
942004
The effects of task comprehension on preschoolers′ and adults′ categorization choices
G DeŠk, PJ Bauer
Journal of experimental child psychology 60 (3), 393-427, 1995
931995
Combining embodied models and empirical research for understanding the development of shared attention
I Fasel, GO DeŠk, J Triesch, J Movellan
Proceedings 2nd International Conference on Development and Learning. ICDL†…, 2002
892002
On having complex representations of things: Preschoolers use multiple words for objects and people.
GO DeŠk, M Maratsos
Developmental Psychology 34 (2), 224, 1998
851998
Driven from distraction: How infants respond to parents’ attempts to elicit and re-direct their attention
GO DeŠk, TA Walden, MY Kaiser, A Lewis
Infant Behavior and Development 31 (1), 34-50, 2008
792008
Do children really confuse appearance and reality?
GO DeŠk
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 10 (12), 546-550, 2006
792006
Is perseveration caused by inhibition failure? Evidence from preschool children’s inferences about word meanings
GO DeŠk, G Narasimham
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 86 (3), 194-222, 2003
782003
Cultural variation in cognitive flexibility reveals diversity in the development of executive functions
CH Legare, MT Dale, SY Kim, GO DeŠk
Scientific reports 8 (1), 16326, 2018
752018
Twelve-month ‘‘social revolution''emerges from mother-infant sensorimotor coordination: A longitudinal investigation
K De Barbaro, CM Johnson, GO DeŠk
Human Development 56 (4), 223-248, 2013
752013
Matching and naming objects by shape or function: age and context effects in preschool children.
GO DeŠk, SD Ray, AD Pick
Developmental psychology 38 (4), 503, 2002
732002
Sensorimotor decoupling contributes to triadic attention: A longitudinal investigation of mother–infant–object interactions
K de Barbaro, CM Johnson, D Forster, GO DeŠk
Child development 87 (2), 494-512, 2016
682016
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