Kelsey Lucca
Kelsey Lucca
Assistant Professor, Arizona State University
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The shape of things: The origin of young children’s knowledge of the names and properties of geometric forms
BN Verdine, KR Lucca, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek, NS Newcombe
Journal of Cognition and Development 17 (1), 142-161, 2016
Communicating to learn: Infants’ pointing gestures result in optimal learning
K Lucca, MP Wilbourn
Child development 89 (3), 941-960, 2018
Fairness informs social decision making in infancy
K Lucca, J Pospisil, JA Sommerville
PloS one 13 (2), e0192848, 2018
Putting the pieces together: Spatial skills at age 3 predict to spatial and math performance at age 5
G Farmer, BN Verdine, K Lucca, T Davies, R Dempsey, K Hirsh-Pasek, ...
Poster presented at the 2013 Meeting of The Society for Research in Child …, 2013
Infants’ prosocial behavior is governed by cost-benefit analyses
JA Sommerville, EA Enright, RO Horton, K Lucca, MJ Sitch, ...
Cognition 177, 12-20, 2018
Keep trying!: Parental language predicts infants’ persistence
K Lucca, R Horton, JA Sommerville
Cognition 193, 104025, 2019
The what and the how: Information-seeking pointing gestures facilitate learning labels and functions
K Lucca, MP Wilbourn
Journal of experimental child psychology 178, 417-436, 2019
Infants rationally decide when and how to deploy effort
K Lucca, R Horton, JA Sommerville
Nature human behaviour 4 (4), 372-379, 2020
The development and flexibility of gaze alternations in bonobos and chimpanzees
K Lucca, EL MacLean, B Hare
Developmental Science 21 (4), e12598, 2018
Simplicity and validity in infant research
JF Kominsky, K Lucca, AJ Thomas, MC Frank, JK Hamlin
Cognitive Development 63, 101213, 2022
The little engine that can: Infants’ persistence matters
K Lucca, JA Sommerville
Trends in cognitive sciences 22 (11), 965-968, 2018
Simplicity and validity in infant research. PsyArXiv
J Kominsky, K Lucca, A Thomas, M Frank, K Hamlin
Preprint].(https://psyarxiv. com/6j9p3/), 2020
Automated measures of force and motion can improve our understanding of infants’ motor persistence
K Lucca, D Gire, R Horton, JA Sommerville
Journal of Motor Learning and Development 8 (1), 194-214, 2019
Early Moral Cognition and Behavior
K Lucca, JK Hamlin, JA Sommerville
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 2013, 2019
Infants’ social evaluation of helpers and hinderers: A large-scale, multi-lab, coordinated replication study
K Lucca, A Capelier-Mourguy, L Cirelli, K Byers-Heinlein, R Dal Ben, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
The development of information-requesting gestures in infancy and their role in shaping learning outcomes.
K Lucca
The Questioning Child: Insights from Psychology and Education, 89, 2020
I Want to Know about My Train! Factors Driving Children’s Motivation to Learn about Individuals
O Mattos, CI Galusca, K Lucca
Journal of Cognition and Development, 1-18, 2022
Developmental and Evolutionary Origins of Language: Insights from the Study of Pointing and Gaze in Infants, Bonobos, and Chimpanzees
KR Lucca
Duke University, 2017
JF Kominsky, K Lucca, AJ Thomas, MC Frank, JK Hamlin
I want to know about my train! Factors driving children’s motivation to learn about
O Mattos, CI Galusca, K Lucca
Child Development 83 (4), 1416-1428, 0
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