Emily Hopkins
Emily Hopkins
Assistant Professor, University of Scranton
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The impact of pretend play on children's development: a review of the evidence.
AS Lillard, MD Lerner, EJ Hopkins, RA Dore, ED Smith, CM Palmquist
Psychological bulletin 139 (1), 1, 2013
Learning through play: a review of the evidence
JN Zosh, EJ Hopkins, H Jensen, C Liu, D Neale, K Hirsh-Pasek, SL Solis, ...
LEGO Fonden, 2017
Accessing the inaccessible: Redefining play as a spectrum
JM Zosh, K Hirsh-Pasek, EJ Hopkins, H Jensen, C Liu, D Neale, SL Solis, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1124, 2018
Deconstructing the seductive allure of neuroscience explanations
DS Weisberg, JCV Taylor, EJ Hopkins
Judgment and Decision making 10 (5), 429, 2015
The seductive allure is a reductive allure: People prefer scientific explanations that contain logically irrelevant reductive information
EJ Hopkins, DS Weisberg, JCV Taylor
Cognition 155, 67-76, 2016
The role of play in children's development: a review of the evidence
D Whitebread, D Neale, H Jensen, C Liu, SL Solis, E Hopkins, ...
LEGO Fonden, 2017
The youngest readers’ dilemma: A review of children’s learning from fictional sources
EJ Hopkins, DS Weisberg
Developmental Review 43, 48-70, 2017
Education in the app store: using a mobile game to support US preschoolers’ vocabulary learning
RA Dore, M Shirilla, E Hopkins, M Collins, M Scott, J Schatz, ...
Journal of Children and Media 13 (4), 452-471, 2019
Concepts and theories, methods and reasons: Why do the children (pretend) play? Reply to Weisberg, Hirsh-Pasek, and Golinkoff (2013); Bergen (2013); and Walker and Gopnik (2013).
AS Lillard, EJ Hopkins, RA Dore, CM Palmquist, MD Lerner, ED Smith
American Psychological Association 139 (1), 49, 2013
Do children learn from pretense?
EJ Hopkins, RA Dore, AS Lillard
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 130, 1-18, 2015
The development of substitute object pretense: The differential importance of form and function
EJ Hopkins, ED Smith, DS Weisberg, AS Lillard
Journal of Cognition and Development 17 (2), 197-220, 2016
The role of play in children’s development: A review of the evidence (research summary)
D Whitebread, D Neale, H Jensen, C Liu, SL Solis, E Hopkins, ...
The LEGO Foundation, Billund, 2017
People’s explanatory preferences for scientific phenomena
DS Weisberg, EJ Hopkins, JCV Taylor
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 3 (1), 1-14, 2018
Preschoolers' extension and export of information from realistic and fantastical stories
DS Weisberg, EJ Hopkins
Infant and Child Development 29 (4), e2182, 2020
Does expertise moderate the seductive allure of reductive explanations?
EJ Hopkins, DS Weisberg, JCV Taylor
Acta Psychologica 198, 2019
The Magic School Bus dilemma: How fantasy affects children’s learning from stories
EJ Hopkins, AS Lillard
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 210, 105212, 2021
Investigating the effectiveness of fantasy stories for teaching scientific principles
EJ Hopkins, DS Weisberg
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 203, 105047, 2021
Children’s causal inferences about enabling conditions in the physical and psychological domains
EJ Hopkins, DM Sobel
Poster presented at the 2007 Biennial meeting of the Society for Research in …, 2007
Challenges to Research on Play
AS Lillard, RA Dore, EJ Hopkins, ED Smith
The handbook of the study of play 2, 445, 2015
Playing for the future: Redefining early childhood education
EJ Hopkins, TS Toub, B Hassinger-Das, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh‐Pasek
The SAGE Handbook of developmental psychology and early childhood education …, 2019
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