Article published in:
Pragmatics & Cognition
Vol. 26:2/3 (2019) ► pp. 321356
References

References

Alessandroni, Nicolás
2017Development of metaphorical thought before language: The pragmatic construction of metaphors in action. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 51(4). 618–642. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2018Varieties of embodiment in cognitive science. Theory & Psychology 28(2). 227–248. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 346 ]
Alessandroni, Nicolás & Cintia Rodríguez
2017Is CONTAINER a natural and embodied image schema? A developmental, pragmatic, and cultural proposal. Human Development 60(4). 144–178. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Alessandroni, Nicolás, Ana Moreno-Núñez, Cintia Rodríguez & María Jesús Del Olmo
2019Musical dynamics in early triadic interactions: A case study 84. 1555–1571. Psychological Research. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Alvarez, George A. & Steven L. Franconeri
2007How many objects can you track?: Evidence for a resource-limited attentive tracking mechanism. Journal of Vision 7(13). 14. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Anglin, Jeremy M.
1977Word, object and conceptual development. New York: Norton.Google Scholar
Archer, James
1966The psychological nature of concepts. In Herbert J. Klausmeier & Chester W. Harris (eds.), Analyses of concept learning, 37–49. New York: Academic Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Aristotle. trans
2016De anima [On the soul]. Transl. by Christopher Shields, edited by Lindsay Judson. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Google Scholar
Arnold, Jeanne E., Anthony P. Graesch, Enzo Ragazzini & Elinor Ochs
2012Life at home in the twenty-first century. California: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Austin, John L.
1962Sense and sensibilia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Babska, Zofia
1965The formation of the conception of identity of visual characteristics of objects seen successively. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 30(2). 112–124. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bambach, Sven, Linda B. Smith, David J. Crandall & Chen Yu
2016Objects in the center: How the infant’s body constrains infant scenes. 2016 Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-EpiRob), Cergy-Pontoise, 132–137. France: IEEE. Crossref
Barsalou, Lawrence W., Léo Dutriaux & Christoph Scheepers
2018Moving beyond the distinction between concrete and abstract concepts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373(1752). Article 20170144. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Barsalou, Lawrence W., Steven Sloman & Sergio Chaigneau
2005The HIPE theory of function. In Laura Carlson & Emile van der Zee (eds.), Functional features for language and space: Insights from perception, categorization, and development, 131–147. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Bomba, Paul C. & Einar R. Siqueland
1983The nature and structure of infant form categories. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 35(2). 294–328. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Brewer, Bill
1999Perception and reason. New York: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
2005Perceptual experience has conceptual content. In Matthias Steup & Ernest Sosa (eds.), Contemporary debates in epistemology, 217–230. Malden: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Bruner, Jerome S., Jacqueline J. Goodnow & George A. Austin
1956/2009A study of thinking. New Brunswick: Transaction.Google Scholar
Burns, Barbara
1986Perceptual development and categorization: I. An investigation of task demands, stimulus set similarity, and age. The Journal of Genetic Psychology 147(3). 359–370. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 347 ]
Byers, Patrick
2016Knowledge claims in cognitive development research: Problems and alternatives. New Ideas in Psychology 43(1). 16–27. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Byrne, Alex
2005Perception and conceptual content. In Matthias Steup & Ernest Sosa (eds.), Contemporary debates in epistemology, 231–250. Malden: Blackwell Publishing.Google Scholar
Cabell, Kenneth R. & Jaan Valsiner
(eds.) 2014The catalyzing mind: Beyond models of causality. New York: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cahen, Arnon & Michela C. Tacca
2013Linking perception and cognition. Frontiers in Psychology 4(MAR). 1–2. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Carey, Susan
2009The origin of concepts. Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Casasola, Marianella & Yeojin A. Ahn
2018What develops in infants’ spatial categorization? Korean infants’ categorization of containment and tight-fit relations. Child Development 89(4). e382–e396. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chaigneau, Sergio & Lawrence W. Barsalou
2008The role of function in categories. Theoria et Historia Scientiarum 8(1). 33–49. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chen, Quanjing, Frank E. Garcea & Bradford Z. Mahon
2016The representation of object-directed action and function knowledge in the human brain. Cerebral Cortex 26(4). 1609–1618. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chiou, Rocco, Paul F. Sowman, Andrew C. Etchell & Anina N. Rich
2013A conceptual lemon: Theta burst stimulation to the left anterior temporal lobe untangles object representation and its canonical color. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26(5). 1066–1074. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chuard, Philippe
2007Indiscriminable shades and demonstrative concepts. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 85(2). 277–306. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Clark, Eve V.
1973What’s in a word? On the child’s acquisition of semantics in his first language. In Timothy E. Moore (ed.), Cognitive development and the acquisition of language, 65–110. New York: Academic Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cohen, Jonathan
2015Perceptual constancy. In Mohan Matthen (ed.), The Oxford handbook of philosophy of perception, 621–639. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Cohen, Leslie B. & Mark S. Strauss
1979Concept acquisition in the human infant. Child Development 50(2). 419–424. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cole, Michael
1996Cultural psychology: A once and future discipline. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Cosmides, Leda & John Tooby
2013Evolutionary psychology: New perspectives on cognition and motivation. Annual Review of Psychology 64(1). 201–229. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Costall, Alan
2012Canonical affordances in context. Avant 3(2). 85–93.Google Scholar
Costall, Alan & Ole Dreier
(eds.) 2006Doing things with things: The design and use of everyday objects. Hampshire: Ashgate.Google Scholar
D’Alfonso, Simon
2018McDowell and misperception. Unpublished manuscript. http://​simondalfonso​.id​.au​/documents​/philosophy​/McDowell​.pdf
Dennett, Daniel C.
1969Content and consciousness. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Efron, Robert
1969What is perception? In Robert S. Cohen & Marx W. Wartofsky (eds.), Proceedings of the Boston Colloquium for the Philosophy of Science 1966/1968. Volume IV, 137–173. Dordrecht: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 348 ]
Eimas, Peter D. & Paul C. Quinn
1994Studies on the formation of perceptually based basic-level categories in young infants. Child Development 65(3). 903–917. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Evans, Gareth
1982The varieties of reference. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Fagan, Joseph F.
1976Infants’ recognition of invariant features of faces. Child Development 47(3). 627–638. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fechner, Gustav T.
1860Elemente der Psychophysik [Elements of psychophysics]. Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel.Google Scholar
Firestone, Chaz & Brian J. Scholl
2016Cognition does not affect perception: Evaluating the evidence for “top-down” effects. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39. e229. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fleming, Roland W.
2015Visual development: Learning not to see. Current Biology 25(24). R1166–R1168. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gallagher, Shaun
2017Enactivist interventions. Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Galpérine, Piotr
1966Essai sur la formation par étapes des actions et des concepts [Essay on the formation of actions and concepts in stages]. In Alekséi N. Leóntiev, Aleksandr R. Luria & Anatoliĭ A. Smirnov (eds.), Recherches Psychologiques en U.R.S.S., 114–132. Moscou: Editions du Progrès.Google Scholar
Gärdenfors, Peter
2007Representing actions and functional properties in conceptual spaces. In Tom Ziemke, Jordan Zlatev & Roslyn M. Frank (eds.), Body, language and mind. Volume 1: Embodiment, 167–195. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
2019From sensations to concepts: A proposal for two learning processes. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 10(1). 441–464. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gelaes, Sabine & Jean-Pierre Thibaut
2004L’apprentissage de concepts chez l’enfant: Facteurs cognilifs, structure des catégories et théories naïves [Learning concepts in children: Cognitive factors, category structure and naive theories]. L’Année Psychologique 104(3). 597–636. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gentner, Dedre
1978On relational meaning: The acquisition of verb meaning. Child Development 49(1). 988–998. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gibson, James J.
1979/2015The ecological approach to visual perception. New York: Psychology Press / Taylor & Francis.Google Scholar
Gleason, Tracy R., Kate E. Fiske & Ruth K. Chan
2004The verbal nature of representations of the canonical colors of objects. Cognitive Development 19(1). 1–14. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Goldstone, Robert L. & Andrew T. Hendrickson
2010Categorical perception. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 1(1). 69–78. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gori, Monica
2015Multisensory integration and calibration in children and adults with and without sensory and motor disabilities. Multisensory Research 28(1–2). 71–99. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gram, Moltke S.
1983Direct realism: A study of perception. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Granrud, Carl E.
2009Development of size constancy in children: A test of the metacognitive theory. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 71(3). 644–654. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 349 ]
Gruber, Craig W., Matthew G. Clark, Sven Hroar Klempe & Jaan Valsiner
(eds.) 2015Constraints of agency: Explorations of theory in everyday life. Switzerland: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Heck, Richard. G.
2000Nonconceptual content and the ‘space of reasons’. The Philosophical Review 109(4). 483–523. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Helmholtz, Hermann von
1867Handbuch der physiologischen Optik [Handbook of physiological optics]. Leipzig: Leopold Voss.Google Scholar
Hering, Ewald
1878/1964Outlines of a theory of the light sense. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Horst, Jessica S., Lisa M. Oakes & Kelly L. Madole
2005What does it look like and what can it do? Category structure influences how infants categorize. Child Development 76(3). 614–631. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hume, David
1739A treatise of human nature. London: J.M. Dent & Sons.Google Scholar
Huttenlocher, Janellen, Sean Duffy & Susan Levine
2002Infants and toddlers discriminate amount: Are they measuring? Psychological Science 13(3). 244–249. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jacobson, Hilla & Hilary Putnam
2016Against perceptual conceptualism. International Journal of Philosophical Studies 24(1). 1–25. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jahoda, Gustav & Ioan M. Lewis
(eds.) 2015Acquiring culture: Cross cultural studies in child development. Hove: Psychology Press.Google Scholar
James, William
1900Psychology. New York: Henry Holt & Co.Google Scholar
Kagan, Jerome
1966A developmental approach to conceptual growth. In Herbert J. Klausmeier & Chester W. Harris (eds.), Analyses of concept learning, 37–49. New York: Academic Press.Google Scholar
Keil, Frank C.
1991The emergence of theoretical beliefs as constraints on concepts. In Susan Carey & Rochel Gelman (eds.), The epigenesis of mind, 237–256. Hillsdale: Erlbaum.Google Scholar
Kelly, Sean D.
2001Demonstrative concepts and experience. The Philosophical Review 110(3). 397–420. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kemler Nelson, Deborah G., Rachel Russell, Nell Duke & Kate Jones
2000Two-year-olds will name artifacts by their functions. Child Development 71(5). 1271–1288. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kimura, Atsushi, Yuji Wada, Jiale Yang, Yumiko Otsuka, Ippeita Dan, Tomohiro Masuda, So Kanazawa & Masami K. Yamaguchi
2010Infants’ recognition of objects using canonical color. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 105(3). 256–263. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Köhler, Wolfgang
1947Gestalt psychology: An introduction to new concepts in modern psychology. New York: Liveright.Google Scholar
Koopman, Sarah E., Bradford Z. Mahon & Jessica F. Cantlon
2017Evolutionary constraints on human object perception. Cognitive Science 41(8). 2126–2148. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Krnel, Dušan & Darija Skubic
2015Concept formation in childhood: Cross-cultural perspectives. In James D. Wright (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 531–537. Elsevier. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lakoff, George & Mark Johnson
1999Philosophy in the flesh. New York: Basic Books.Google Scholar
[ p. 350 ]
Lécuyer, Roger & Katia Rovira
1999Organisation perceptive, délai inter essais et catégorisation chez les bébés de quatre mois [Perceptive organization, inter-trial delay and categorization in four-month-old babies]. L’Année Psychologique 99(2). 209–237. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Leonard, Annie
2010The story of stuff. New York: Free Press.Google Scholar
Leóntiev, Alekséi N. & Aleksandr R. Luria
1972Some notes concerning Dr. Fodor’s ‘Reflections on L.S. Vygotsky’s Thought and Language’. Cognition 1(2–3). 311–316. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Luria, Aleksandr R.
1974Cognitive development: Its cultural and social foundations. Edited by Michael Cole. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
MacVean, Mary
2014, March 21. For many people, gathering possessions is just the stuff of life. Los Angeles Times. http://​articles​.latimes​.com​/2014​/mar​/21​/health​/la​-he​-keeping​-stuff​-20140322
Maddy, Penelope
2017What do philosophers do? Skepticism and the practice of philosophy. New York: Oxford University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Malafouris, Lambros
2013How things shape the mind: A theory of material engagement. Cambridge: The MIT Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2014Creative thinging: The feeling of and for clay. Pragmatics & Cognition 22(1). 140–158. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2019Thinking as “thinging”: Psychology with things. Current Directions in Psychological Science 29(1). 3–8. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Maloney, J. Christopher
2017What is it like to perceive? Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.Google Scholar
Malt, Barbara C., Silvia P. Genari, Mutsumi Imai, Eef Ameel, Noburo Saji & Asifa Majid
2015Where are the concepts? What words can and can’t reveal. In Eric Margolis & Stephen Laurence (eds.), The conceptual mind, 291–326. Cambridge: The MIT Press.Google Scholar
Mandler, Jean M.
2000Perceptual and conceptual processes in infancy. Journal of Cognition and Development, 1(1), 3–36. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2004aThe foundations of mind: Origins of conceptual thought. New York: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
2004bTwo kinds of knowledge acquisition. In Joan M. Lucariello, Judith A. Hudson, Robyn Fivush & Patricia J. Bauer (eds.), The development of the mediated mind: Sociocultural context and cognitive development, 13–32. London: LEA.Google Scholar
2008aInfant concepts revisited. Philosophical Psychology 21(2). 269–280. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2008bOn the birth and growth of concepts. Philosophical Psychology. 21(2), 207–230. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mandler, Jean M., Patricia J. Bauer & Laraine McDonough
1991Separating the sheep from the goats: Differentiating global categories. Cognitive Psychology 23(2). 263–298. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mandler, Jean M., Robyn Fivush & J. Steven Reznick
1987The development of contextual categories. Cognitive Development 2(4). 339–354. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mandler, Jean M. & Laraine McDonough
1996Drinking and driving don’t mix: Inductive generalization in infancy. Cognition 59(3). 307–335. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 351 ]
Mandler, Jean M. & Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas
2014On defining image schemas. Language and Cognition 6(4). 510–532. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Margolis, Eric & Stephen Laurence
(eds.) 2015The conceptual mind. Cambridge: The MIT Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Martí, Eduardo
2017Body, culture and cognition: Avoiding reductionist temptations. Estudios de Psicología 38(1). 140–168. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
McDowell, John
1994/1996Mind and world. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice
1942/1963The structure of behavior. Transl. by Alden L. Fisher. Boston: Beacon Press.Google Scholar
1945/2005Phenomenology of perception. Transl. by Colin Smith. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Mervis, Carolyn B. & Eleanor Rosch
1981Categorization of natural objects. Annual Review of Psychology 32(1). 89–115. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Miceli, Gabriele, Erin Fouch, Rita Capasso, Jennifer R. Shelton, Francesco Tomaiuolo & Alfonso Caramazza
2001The dissociation of color from form and function knowledge. Nature Neuroscience 4(6). 662–667. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Moro, Christiane & Cintia Rodríguez
2000La création des représentations chez l’enfant au travers des processus de sémiosis [The creation of representations in children through semiosis processes]. Enfance 53(1). 287–294. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Morvan, Pierre le
2004Arguments against direct realism and how to counter them. American Philosophical Quarterly 41(3). 221–234.Google Scholar
Murphy, Gregory L.
2002The big book of concepts. Massachusetts: The MIT Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Nelson, Katherine
1973Some evidence for the cognitive primacy of categorization and its functional basis. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly of Behavior and Development 19(1). 21–39.Google Scholar
1983Concepts, words, and experiments: Comment on “When is a cup not a cup?” by Anderson and Prawat. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 29(4). 387–394.Google Scholar
1985Making sense: The acquisition of shared meaning. New York: Academic.Google Scholar
2011 “Concept” is a useful concept in developmental research. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 31(2). 96–101. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Nogueira de Carvalho, Felipe
2016Demonstrative thought. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Nudds, Matthew
2009Recent work in perception: Naïve realism and its opponents. Analysis 69(2). 334–346. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Oakes, Lisa M.
2008Categorization skills and concepts. In Marshall M. Haith & Janette B. Benson (eds.), Encyclopedia of infant and early childhood development, 249–259. Cambridge: Academic Press / Elsevier. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Olkkonen, Maria, Thorsten Hansen & Karl R. Gegenfurtner
2008Color appearance of familiar objects: Effects of object shape, texture, and illumination changes. Journal of Vision 8(5). Article 13. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Olkkonen, Maria, Christoph Witzel, Thorsten Hansen & Karl R. Gegenfurtner
2010Categorical color constancy for real surfaces. Journal of Vision 10(9). Article 16. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Palacios, Pedro & Cintia Rodríguez
2015The development of symbolic uses of objects in infants in a triadic context: A pragmatic and semiotic perspective. Infant and Child Development 24(1). 23–43. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 352 ]
Palacios, Pedro, Cintia Rodríguez & Cecilia Méndez-Sánchez
2018Communicative mediation by adults in the construction of symbolic uses by infants. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 52(2). 209–227. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Palmer, Stephen E.
1977Hierarchical structure in perceptual representation. Cognitive Psychology 9(4). 441–474. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Pauen, Sabina, Träuble Birgit, Stefanie Hoehl & Sabrina Bechtel
2015Show me the world: Object categorization and socially guided object learning in infancy. Child Development Perspectives 9(2). 111–116. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Peacocke, Christopher
2001aPhenomenology and nonconceptual content. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 62(3). 609–615. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2001bDoes perception have a nonconceptual content? The Journal of Philosophy 98(5). 239–264. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Pérez, Diana I., Silvia Español, Liza Skidelsky & Ricardo A. Minervino
2010Introducción [Introduction]. In Diana. I. Pérez, Silvia Español, Liza Skidelsky & Ricardo A. Minervino (eds.), Conceptos. Debates contemporáneos en filosofía y psicología [Concepts. Contemporary debates in philosophy and psychology], 7–25. Buenos Aires: Catálogos.Google Scholar
Piaget, Jean
1937La construction du réel chez l’enfant [The construction of reality in the child]. Neuchâtel: Delachaux et Niestlé.Google Scholar
1961Les mecanismes perceptifs [Perceptual mechanisms]. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.Google Scholar
Prinz, Jesse J.
2002Furnishing the mind: Concepts and their perceptual basis. Cambridge: The MIT Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Quine, Willard van O.
1977Natural kinds. In Stephen P. Schwartz (ed.), Naming, necessity, and natural kinds, 155–177. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.Google Scholar
Quinn, Paul C. & Mark H. Johnson
2000Global-before-basic object categorization in connectionist networks and 2-month-old infants. Infancy 1(1). 31–46. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Quinn, Paul C., Peter D. Eimas & Stacey L. Rosenkrantz
1993Evidence for representations of perceptually similar natural categories by 3-month-old and 4-month-old infants. Perception 22(4). 463–475. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rakison, David H. & George E. Butterworth
1998Infants’ attention to object structure in early categorization. Developmental Psychology 34(6). 1310–1325. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Reichard, Suzanne, Marion Schneider & David Rapaport
1944The development of concept formation in children. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 14(1). 156–161. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rettler, Bradley & Andrew M. Bailey
2017Object. In Edward N. Zalta (ed.), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University. https://​plato​.stanford​.edu​/archives​/win2017​/entries​/object/
Ribot, Théodule-Armand
1899The evolution of general ideas. London: Open Court Publishing Company. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rock, Irvin
1997Indirect perception. Cambridge: The MIT Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rodríguez, Cintia
2006Del ritmo al símbolo: Los signos en el nacimiento de la inteligencia [From rhythm to symbol: Signs at the birth of intelligence]. Barcelona: Horsori.Google Scholar
[ p. 353 ]
2007God’s eye does not look at signs: Early development and semiotics. Infancia y Aprendizaje 30(3). 343–374. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2012The functional permanence of the object: A product of consensus. In Eduardo Martí & Cintia Rodríguez (eds.), After Piaget, 123–150. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.Google Scholar
Rodríguez, Cintia, Marisol Basilio, Karina Cárdenas, Silvia Cavalcante, Ana Moreno-Núñez, Pedro Palacios & Noemi Yuste
2018Object pragmatics: Culture and communication, the bases for early cognitive development. In Alberto Rosa & Jaan Valsiner (eds.), The Cambridge handbook of socio-cultural psychology, 2nd ed. 223–244. New York: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rodríguez, Cintia, Julia Benassi, Luisa Estrada & Nicolás Alessandroni
2017Early social interactions with people and objects. In Alan Slater & Gavin Bremner (eds.), An introduction to developmental psychology, 3rd ed. 213–258. Hoboken: Wiley.Google Scholar
Rodríguez, Cintia & Christiane Moro
1998Objects are made permanent also by their conventional use. Infancia y Aprendizaje 84(1). 67–83. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1999El mágico número tres: Cuando los niños aún no hablan [The magic number three: When children still do not speak]. Barcelona: Paidós Ibérica.Google Scholar
2008Coming to agreement: Object use by infants and adults. In Jordan Zlatev, Timothy P. Racine, Chris Sinha & Esa Itkonen (eds.), The shared mind, 89–114. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rodríguez, Cintia & Nora Scheuer
2015The paradox between the numerically competent baby and the slow learning of two- to four-year-old children. Estudios de Psicología, 36(1), 18–47. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rodríguez, Cintia, Pedro Palacios, Karina Cárdenas & Noemi Yuste
2014Les symboles: Des formes de second ou de troisiéme sens? In Christiane Moro and Nathalie Müller-Mirza (eds.), Sémiotique, culture et développement psychologique, 99–116. Villeneuve d’Ascq: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion.Google Scholar
Ross, Brian H.
2000The effects of category use on learned categories. Memory & Cognition 28(1). 51–63. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rossmanith, Nicole & Vasudevi Reddy
2016Structure and openness in the development of self in infancy. Journal of Consciousness Studies 23(1–2). 237–257.Google Scholar
Ruff, Holly A.
1978Infant recognition of the invariant form of objects. Child Development, 49(2). 293–306. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Russell, Bertrand
1959The problems of philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Russell, Terry, Ken Longden & Linda McGuigan
1991SPACE-Materials. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.Google Scholar
Sakharov, Leonid. S.
1990Methods for investigating concepts. Soviet Psychology 28(4). 35–66. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Säljö, Roger
2018Conceptual change, materiality and hybrid minds. In Tamer G. Amin & Olivia Levrini (eds.), Converging perspectives on conceptual change, 113–120. Oxon: Routledge.Google Scholar
Saussure, Ferdinand de
1916/1971Cours de linguistique générale [Course in general linguistics]. Paris: Payot.Google Scholar
Schmidt, Eva
2015Modest nonconceptualism. Epistemology, phenomenology, and content. Cham: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 354 ]
Schyns, Philippe G., Robert L. Goldstone & Jean-Pierre Thibaut
1998The development of features in object concepts. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21(1). 1–54. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sedivy, Sonia
1996Must conceptually informed perceptual experience involve non-conceptual content? Canadian Journal of Philosophy 26(3). 413–431. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shakespeare, William
1609/2002Complete sonnets and poems. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Shams, Ladan, Yukiyasu Kamitani & Shinsuke Shimojo
2000Illusions: What you see is what you hear. Nature 408(6814). Article 788. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shanks, David R.
2015Concept learning and representation: Models. In James D. Wright (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 538–541. Elsevier. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sloutsky, Vladimir M.
2003The role of similarity in the development of categorization. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 7(6). 246–251. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2018Category learning and conceptual development. In Simona Ghetti & John T. Wixted (eds.), Stevens’ handbook of experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience. Volume 4, 4th ed. 37–82. New York: Wiley. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Smith, Linda B.
2005Action alters shape categories. Cognitive Science 29(4). 665–679. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Smith, Linda B., Sandra Street, Susan S. Jones & Karin H. James
2014Using the axis of elongation to align shapes: Developmental changes between 18 and 24 months of age. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 123(1). 15–35. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Spelke, Elizabeth S.
2000Core knowledge. American Psychologist 55(11). 1233–1243. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Spitz, René A.
1965The first year of life: A psychoanalytic study of normal and deviant developments of object relations. New York: International Universities Press.Google Scholar
Stavans, Maayan & Renée Baillargeon
2018Four-month-old infants individuate and track simple tools following functional demonstrations. Developmental Science 21(1). Article e12500. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Susi, Tarja & Tom Ziemke
2005On the subject of objects: Four views on object perception and tool use. TripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 3(2). 6–19. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Thill, Serge & Katherine E. Twomey
2016What’s on the inside counts: A grounded account of concept acquisition and development. Frontiers in Psychology 7(1). Article 402. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Tomikawa, Sandra A. & David H. Dodd
1980Early word meanings: Perceptually or functionally based? Child Development 51(4). 1103–1109. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Toribio, Josefa
2008State versus content: The unfair trial of perceptual nonconceptualism. Erkenntnis 69(3). 351–361. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Uexküll, Jakob J. von
1928Theoretische Biologie [Theoretical biology]. Berlin: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Van Gulick, Ana & Michael Tarr
2010Is object color memory categorical? Journal of Vision 10(7). 407–407. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 355 ]
Varela, Francisco J., Evan Thompson & Eleanor Rosch
1991The embodied mind: Cognitive science and human experience. Cambridge: The MIT Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Vetter, Petra & Albert Newen
2014Varieties of cognitive penetration in visual perception. Consciousness and Cognition 27(1). 62–75. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Vygotsky, Lev S.
1931/1966Development of the higher mental functions. In Alekséi N. Leóntiev, Aleksandr R. Luria & Anatoliĭ A. Smirnov (eds.), Psychological research in the U.S.S.R., vol. 1, 11–45. Moscow: Progress Publishers.Google Scholar
2018From sign to meaning and sense. In Еkaterina Zavershneva & René van der Veer (eds.), Vygotsky’s notebooks, 251–270. Singapore: Springer.Google Scholar
Wallman, James
2013Stuffocation. London: Crux.Google Scholar
Wallon, Henri & Gaby Ascoli
1950Comment l’enfant sait classer les objets [How the child classifies objects]. Enfance 3(1). 411–433. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Welch, Livingston
1947A behaviorist explanation of concept formation. The Pedagogical Seminary and Journal of Genetic Psychology 71(2). 201–222. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wilcox, Teresa & Marisa Biondi
2015Object processing in the infant: Lessons from neuroscience. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19(7). 406–413. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wisniewski, Edward J. & Douglas L. Medin
1994On the interaction of theory and data in concept learning. Cognitive Science 18(2). 221–281. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Witzel, Christoph & Karl R. Gegenfurtner
2013Memory color. In Ronnier Luo (ed.), Encyclopedia of Color Science and Technology, 1–7. New York: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Witzel, Christoph, Maria Olkkonen & Karl R. Gegenfurtner
2016Memory colours affect colour appearance. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39(1). Article e262. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wright, William K.
1913The genesis of the categories. The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods 10(24). 645–657. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Yang, Jiale, So Kanazawa, Masami K. Yamaguchi & Ichiro Kuriki
2013Investigation of color constancy in 4.5-month-old infants under a strict control of luminance contrast for individual participants. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 115(1). 126–136. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Yang, Jiale, So Kanazawa, Masami K. Yamaguchi & Isamu Motoyoshi
2015Pre-constancy vision in infants. Current Biology 25(24). 3209–3212. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Yang, Jiale, Yumiko Otsuka, So Kanazawa, Masami K. Yamaguchi & Isamu Motoyoshi
2011Perception of surface glossiness by infants aged 5 to 8 months. Perception 40(12). 1491–1502. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Young, Thomas
1807A course of lectures on natural philosophy and the mechanical arts. London: Joseph Johnson.Google Scholar
Younger, Barbara A.
2003Parsing objects into categories. Infants’ perception and use of correlated attributes. In David H. Rakison & Lisa M. Oakes (eds.), Early category and concept development, 77–102. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Younger, Barbara A. & Dru D. Fearing
2000A global-to-basic trend in early categorization: Evidence from a dual-category habituation task. Infancy 1(1). 47–58. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 356 ]
Zamudio, Alicia M. & José A. Castorina
2016La cuestión del a priori: de Kant a Piaget [The question of the a priori: from Kant to Piaget]. Schème – Revista Eletrônica de Psicologia e Epistemologia Genéticas 8(2). 4–27. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zaporozhets, Alexander V.
2002The development of sensations and perceptions in early and preschool childhood. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology 40(3). 22–34. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zentall, Thomas R., Danielle M. Andrews & Jacob P. Case
2018Sameness may be a natural concept that does not require learning. Psychological Science 29(7). 1185–1189. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zuccotti, Paula
2015Everything we touch: A 24-hour inventory of our lives. London: Viking.Google Scholar