Rachel Wu
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Infants learn about objects from statistics and people.
R Wu, A Gopnik, DC Richardson, NZ Kirkham
Developmental psychology 47 (5), 1220, 2011
No two cues are alike: Depth of learning during infancy is dependent on what orients attention
R Wu, NZ Kirkham
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 107 (2), 118-136, 2010
Individual differences in infant fixation duration relate to attention and behavioral control in childhood
KA Papageorgiou, TJ Smith, R Wu, MH Johnson, NZ Kirkham, A Ronald
Psychological science 25 (7), 1371-1379, 2014
Infants track the reliability of potential informants
KS Tummeltshammer, R Wu, DM Sobel, NZ Kirkham
Psychological Science 25 (9), 1730-1738, 2014
Item and category-based attentional control during search for real-world objects: Can you find the pants among the pans?
R Nako, R Wu, TJ Smith, M Eimer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (4 …, 2014
Rapid guidance of visual search by object categories.
R Nako, R Wu, M Eimer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (1), 50, 2014
Searching for something familiar or novel: Top–down attentional selection of specific items or object categories
R Wu, G Scerif, RN Aslin, TJ Smith, R Nako, M Eimer
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (5), 719-729, 2013
Developing an understanding of emotion categories: Lessons from objects
K Hoemann, R Wu, V LoBue, LM Oakes, F Xu, LF Barrett
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 24 (1), 39-51, 2020
Infants rely more on gaze cues from own‐race than other‐race adults for learning under uncertainty
NG Xiao, R Wu, PC Quinn, S Liu, KS Tummeltshammer, NZ Kirkham, L Ge, ...
Child development 89 (3), e229-e244, 2018
Cortical activation to action perception is associated with action production abilities in young infants
S Lloyd-Fox, R Wu, JE Richards, CE Elwell, MH Johnson
Cerebral Cortex 25 (2), 289-297, 2015
Social cognition in Williams syndrome: genotype/phenotype insights from partial deletion patients
A Karmiloff-Smith, H Broadbent, EK Farran, E Longhi, D D’Souza, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 168, 2012
Ostensive signals support learning from novel attention cues during infancy
R Wu, KS Tummeltshammer, T Gliga, NZ Kirkham
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 82134, 2014
Rapid attentional selection of non-native stimuli despite perceptual narrowing
R Wu, R Nako, J Band, J Pizzuto, Y Ghoreishi, G Scerif, R Aslin
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (11), 2299-2307, 2015
A neural signature of rapid category-based target selection as a function of intra-item perceptual similarity, despite inter-item dissimilarity
R Wu, Z Pruitt, M Runkle, G Scerif, RN Aslin
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78, 749-760, 2016
A novel theoretical life course framework for triggering cognitive development across the lifespan
R Wu, GW Rebok, FV Lin
Human Development 59 (6), 342-365, 2017
Exposure to information increases motivation to learn more
AS Ditta, CM Strickland-Hughes, C Cheung, R Wu
Learning and Motivation 72, 101668, 2020
Increased experience amplifies the activation of task-irrelevant category representations
R Wu, Z Pruitt, BD Zinszer, OS Cheung
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79, 522-532, 2017
Identification of successful cognitive aging in the Alzheimer’s disease neuroimaging initiative study
FV Lin, X Wang, R Wu, GW Rebok, BP Chapman, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 59 (1), 101-111, 2017
Retracted and replaced: The Impact of Learning Multiple Real-World Skills on Cognitive Abilities and Functional Independence in Healthy Older Adults
S Leanos, E Kürüm, CM Strickland-Hughes, AS Ditta, G Nguyen, M Felix, ...
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (6), 1155-1169, 2020
Adaptation for growth via learning new skills as a means to long-term functional independence in older adulthood: Insights from emerging adulthood
C Nguyen, S Leanos, MN Natsuaki, GW Rebok, R Wu
The Gerontologist 60 (1), 4-11, 2020
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