Hall, Geoff |
Core Area(s): Developmental
Lexical and conceptual development, semantic development, language acquisition.
PSYC 218 Analysis of Behavioural Data, PSYC 521A Psycholinguistics
Rhemtulla, M., and Hall, D. G. (2009, in press). Monkey business: Children's use of character identity to infer shared properties. Cognition.
Rhemtulla, M., and Hall, D. G. (2009). Basic-level kinds and object identity. Memory and Cognition, 37, 292-301.
Hall, D. G., Corrigall, K., Rhemtulla, M., Donegan, E., and Xu, F. (2008). Infants' use of lexical-category-to-meaning links in object individuation. Child Development, 79, 1432-1443.
Bélanger, J., and Hall, D. G. (2006). Learning proper names and count nouns: Evidence from 16- and 20-month-olds. Journal of Cognition and Development, 7, 45-72.
Hall, D. G., and Bélanger, J. (2005). Young children's use of range of reference information in word learning. Developmental Science, 8, 8-15.
Hall, D. G., and Waxman, S. R. (2004). Weaving a Lexicon. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Hall, D. G., Waxman, S. R., Brédart, S., and Nicolay, A. C. (2003). Preschoolers' use of form class cues to learn descriptive proper names. Child Development, 74, 1547-1560.
Hall, D. G. (1998). Continuity and the persistence of objects: When the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Cognitive Psychology, 37, 28-59.