John D. Coley
John D. Coley
Northeastern University
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Categorization and reasoning among tree experts: Do all roads lead to Rome?
DL Medin, EB Lynch, JD Coley, S Atran
Cognitive psychology 32 (1), 49-96, 1997
The importance of knowing a dodo is a bird: Categories and inferences in 2-year-old children.
SA Gelman, JD Coley
Developmental psychology 26 (5), 796, 1990
The tree of life: Universal and cultural features of folkbiological taxonomies and inductions
A Lopez, S Atran, JD Coley, DL Medin, EE Smith
Cognitive psychology 32 (3), 251-295, 1997
Folkecology, cultural epidemiology, and the spirit of the commons: A garden experiment in the Maya Lowlands, 19912001
S Atran, D Medin, N Ross, E Lynch, V Vapnarsky, EU Ek, J Coley, ...
Current anthropology 43 (3), 421-450, 2002
Beyond labeling: The role of maternal input in the acquisition of richly structured categories
SA Gelman, JD Coley, KS Rosengren, E Hartman, A Pappas, FC Keil
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child development, i-157, 1998
Cultural and experiential differences in the development of folkbiological induction
N Ross, D Medin, JD Coley, S Atran
Cognitive Development 18 (1), 25-47, 2003
Essentialist beliefs in children: The acquisition of concepts and theories
SA Gelman, JD Coley, GM Gottfried
Mapping the mind: Domain specificity in cognition and culture, 341, 1994
A relevance theory of induction
DL Medin, JD Coley, G Storms, BL Hayes
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 10 (3), 517-532, 2003
Expertise and category-based induction.
JB Proffitt, JD Coley, DL Medin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (4), 811, 2000
Development of categorization and reasoning in the natural world: novices to experts, naive similarity to ecological knowledge.
P Shafto, JD Coley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (4), 641, 2003
Language and categorization: The acquisition of natural kind terms
SA Gelman, JD Coley
Perspectives on language and thought: Interrelations in development, 146-196, 1991
Folkecology and commons management in the Maya Lowlands
S Atran, D Medin, N Ross, E Lynch, J Coley, EU Ek’, V Vapnarsky
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (13), 7598-7603, 1999
Does rank have its privilege? Inductive inferences within folkbiological taxonomies
JD Coley, DL Medin, S Atran
Cognition 64 (1), 73-112, 1997
Tall is typical: Central tendency, ideal dimensions, and graded category structure among tree experts and novices
EB Lynch, JD Coley, DL Medin
Memory & Cognition 28, 41-50, 2000
A bird's eye view: Biological categorization and reasoning within and across cultures
JN Bailenson, MS Shum, S Atran, DL Medin, JD Coley
Cognition 84 (1), 1-53, 2002
Common origins of diverse misconceptions: Cognitive principles and the development of biology thinking
JD Coley, KD Tanner
CBE—Life Sciences Education 11 (3), 209-215, 2012
Why essences are essential in the psychology of concepts
W Ahn, C Kalish, SA Gelman, DL Medin, C Luhmann, S Atran, JD Coley, ...
Cognition 82 (1), 59-69, 2001
Relations between intuitive biological thinking and biological misconceptions in biology majors and nonmajors
JD Coley, K Tanner
CBE—Life Sciences Education 14 (1), ar8, 2015
Folkbiology of freshwater fish
DL Medin, NO Ross, S Atran, D Cox, J Coley, JB Proffitt, S Blok
Cognition 99 (3), 237-273, 2006
Inductive reasoning in folkbiological thought
JD Coley, DL Medin, JB Proffitt, E Lynch, S Atran
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