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Holland, AK and Hyde, G and Riggs, KJ and Simpson, A (2018) 'Preschoolers fast map and retain artifact functions as efficiently as artifact names, but artifact actions are the most easily learned.' Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 170. 57 - 71. ISSN 0022-0965

Holland, AK and Mather, E and Simpson, A and Riggs, KJ (2016) 'Get Your Facts Right: Preschoolers Systematically Extend Both Object Names and Category-Relevant Facts.' Frontiers in Psychology, 7. ISSN 1664-1078

Riggs, KJ and Mather, E and Hyde, G and Simpson, A (2015) 'Parallels Between Action-Object Mapping and Word-Object Mapping in Young Children.' Cognitive Science. ISSN 0364-0213

Simpson, A and Cooper, NR and Gillmeister, H and Riggs, KJ (2013) 'Seeing triggers acting, hearing does not trigger saying: Evidence from children's weak inhibition.' Cognition, 128 (2). 103 - 112. ISSN 0010-0277

Simpson, A and Riggs, KJ and Beck, SR and Gorniak, SL and Wu, Y and Abbott, D and Diamond, A (2012) 'Refining the understanding of inhibitory processes: How response prepotency is created and overcome.' Developmental Science, 15 (1). 62 - 73. ISSN 1363-755X

Riggs, KJ and Simpson, A (2005) 'Young children have difficulty ascribing true beliefs.' Developmental Science, 8 (3). F27 - F30. ISSN 1363-755X

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