Molly Schlesinger
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US preschoolers’ trust of and learning from media characters
MA Schlesinger, RM Flynn, RA Richert
Journal of Children and Media 10 (3), 321-340, 2016
The role of fantasy–reality distinctions in preschoolers' learning from educational video
RA Richert, MA Schlesinger
Infant and Child Development 26 (4), e2009, 2017
More than just a game: Transforming social interaction and STEM play with Parkopolis.
AS Bustamante, M Schlesinger, KN Begolli, RM Golinkoff, N Shahidi, ...
Developmental psychology 56 (6), 1041, 2020
The role of gender in young children’s selective trust of familiar STEM characters
MA Schlesinger, RA Richert
Media Psychology 22 (1), 109-132, 2019
Cognitive behavioral science behind the value of play: Leveraging everyday experiences to promote play, learning, and positive interactions
MA Schlesinger, B Hassinger-Das, JM Zosh, J Sawyer, N Evans, ...
Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy 19 (2), 202-216, 2020
Examining the impact of children’s exploration behaviors on creativity
NS Evans, RD Todaro, MA Schlesinger, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 207, 105091, 2021
“When I was little, I loved to play”. Describing play experiences using a community-based lens
MA Schlesinger, B Hassinger-Das, JM Zosh, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek
Scottish Educational Review 51 (2), 90-107, 2019
The New Humanism: Technology should enhance, not replace, human interactions
K Hirsh-Pasek, M Schlesinger, RM Golinkoff, E Care
Brookings Institution, 2018
Play captains on play streets: A community-university playful learning and teen leadership collaboration
M Schlesinger, J Sawyer, K Hirsh-Pasek, R Fabiano
Do parents care about TV? how parent factors mediate US children’s media exposure and receptive vocabulary
MA Schlesinger, RM Flynn, RA Richert
Journal of Children and Media 13 (4), 395-414, 2019
Playful Learning Landscapes: Creating skill-building experiences in community spaces
MA Schlesinger, K Hirsh-Pasek
Childhood Education 95 (4), 3-9, 2019
Informant effort expenditure impacts young children's learning, eye gaze, and trust.
M Schlesinger, RA Richert, JM Franchak
CogSci, 2016
Young children’s STEM interest and relationships with characters
MA Schlesinger, RA Richert
biennial meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development …, 2015
Relations between fantasy and transfer of learning from storybooks
RA Richert, MA Schlesinger
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 222, 105474, 2022
5 Are Preschoolers Creative?
NS Evans, MA Schlesinger, EJ Hopkins, GJ Jaeger, RM Golinkoff, ...
The Cambridge Handbook of Lifespan Development of Creativity, 101, 2021
Cognitive Behavioral Science behind the Value of Play
MA Schlesinger, B Hassinger-Das, JM Zosh, J Sawyer, N Evans, ...
Science, Media, and Efficacy: Social Cognitive Theory, Educational Media, and Science Self-Efficacy During Early Childhood
M Schlesinger
UC Riverside, 2017
Young Children’s Transfer of Problem Solutions from Television Characters
MA Schlesinger, R Flynn, RA Richert
The Influence of Gender and Ethnicity in Latino and non-Latino Preschoolers’ Learning from Fantasy Characters
MA Schlesinger, RA Richert
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