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Katharine Tillman
Katharine Tillman
Department of Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin
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The uncrowded window of object recognition
DG Pelli, KA Tillman
Nature neuroscience 11 (10), 1129-1135, 2008
7372008
Crowding and eccentricity determine reading rate
DG Pelli, KA Tillman, J Freeman, M Su, TD Berger, NJ Majaj
Journal of vision 7 (2), 20-20, 2007
4532007
Learning the language of time: Children’s acquisition of duration words
KA Tillman, D Barner
Cognitive psychology 78, 57-77, 2015
1282015
Today is tomorrow’s yesterday: Children’s acquisition of deictic time words
KA Tillman, T Marghetis, D Barner, M Srinivasan
Cognitive psychology 92, 87-100, 2017
1082017
Parts, wholes, and context in reading: A triple dissociation
DG Pelli, KA Tillman
PLoS One 2 (8), e680, 2007
1052007
The mental timeline is gradually constructed in childhood
KA Tillman, N Tulagan, E Fukuda, D Barner
Developmental science 21 (6), e12679, 2018
59*2018
Inferring number, time, and color concepts from core knowledge and linguistic structure
K Wagner, K Tillman, D Barner
Core knowledge and conceptual change 105, 2016
222016
Spatial metaphor facilitates word learning
A Starr, AJ Cirolia, KA Tillman, M Srinivasan
Child development 92 (3), e329-e342, 2021
112021
Children gradually construct spatial representations of temporal events
KA Tillman, E Fukuda, D Barner
Child Development 93 (5), 1380-1397, 2022
102022
Effects of Language on Social Essentialist Beliefs and Stigma about Mental Illness
K Williams, AA Foulser, KA Tillman
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 44 (44), 2022
42022
Children's spontaneous inferences about time and causality in narrative.
K Tillman, N Tulagan, J Sullivan, S Denison, M Mack, Y Xu, BC Armstrong
CogSci, 2020
42020
Picturing time: Children's preferences for visual representations of events.
K Tillman, E Fukuda, D Barner
CogSci, 2017
32017
Constructing the Concept of Time: Roles of Perception, Language, and Culture
KA Tillman
University of California, San Diego, 2017
22017
Stay away, Santa: Children's beliefs about the impact of COVID-19 on real and fictional beings.
J Sullivan, K Tillman, A Shtulman
Developmental Psychology, 2023
12023
A crosslinguistic study of the acquisition of time words in English-and German-speaking children
K Williams, A Bánki, G Markova, S Hoehl, KA Tillman
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 43 (43), 2021
12021
Pathological fracture: 50 lessons from the Medical/Surgical floor
KA Tillman
Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory 30 (2), 231-236, 2020
12020
What time words teach us about children's acquisition of the temporal reasoning system
KA Tillman
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42, 2019
12019
Children's causal inferences about past vs. future events.
K Tillman, CM Walker
CogSci, 2968-2974, 2019
12019
You can’t change the past: Children’s recognition of the causal asymmetry between past and future events
KA Tillman, CM Walker
Child Development 93 (5), 1270-1283, 2022
2022
Effects of Language on Social Essentialist Beliefs and Stigma about Mental Illness
K Steele, AA Foulser, KA Tillman
PsyArXiv, 2022
2022
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