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    Article

    Lloyd-Fox, Sarah and Wu, Rachel and Richards, J.E. and Johnson, Mark H. and Elwell, Clare (2015) Cortical activation to action perception is associated with action production abilities in young infants. Cerebral Cortex 25 (2), pp. 289-297. ISSN 1047-3211.

    Tummeltshammer, Kristen S. and Wu, Rachel and Sobel, D.M. and Kirkham, Natasha Z. (2014) Infants track the reliability of potential informants. Psychological Science 25 (9), pp. 1730-1738. ISSN 0956-7976.

    Nako, R. and Wu, Rachel and Smith, Tim J. and Eimer, Martin (2014) Item and category-based attentional control during search for real-world objects: can you find the pants among the pans? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (4), pp. 1283-1288. ISSN 0096-1523.

    Papageorgiou, Kostas A. and Smith, Tim J. and Wu, Rachel and Johnson, Mark H. and Kirkham, Natasha Z. and Ronald, Angelica (2014) Individual differences in infant fixation duration relate to attention and behavioral control in childhood. Psychological Science 25 (7), pp. 1371-1379. ISSN 0956-7976.

    Wu, Rachel and Tummeltshammer, Kristen S. and Gliga, Teodora and Kirkham, Natasha Z. (2014) Ostensive signals support learning from novel attention cues during infancy. Frontiers in Psychology 5 , ISSN 1664-1078.

    Nako, R. and Wu, Rachel and Eimer, Martin (2014) Rapid guidance of visual search by object categories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (1), pp. 50-60. ISSN 0096-1523.

    Wu, Rachel and Scerif, G. and Aslin, R.N. and Smith, Tim J. and Nako, R. and Eimer, Martin (2013) Searching for something familiar or novel: top–down attentional selection of specific items or object categories. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25 (5), pp. 719-729. ISSN 0898-929X.

    Kirkham, Natasha Z. and Richardson, D.C. and Wu, Rachel and Johnson, S.P. (2012) The importance of "what": infants use featural information to index events. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 113 (3), pp. 430-439. ISSN 0022-0965.

    Karmiloff-Smith, Annette and Broadbent, H. and Farran, E.K. and Longhi, E. and D'Souza, Dean and Metcalfe, K. and Tassabehji, M. and Wu, Rachel and Senju, Atsushi and Happé, F. and Turnpenny, P. and Sansbury, F. (2012) Social cognition in Williams Syndrome: genotype/phenotype insights from partial deletion patients. Frontiers in Psychology 3 , ISSN 1664-1078.

    Wu, Rachel and Gopnik, A. and Richardson, D.C. and Kirkham, Natasha Z. (2011) Infants learn about objects from statistics and people. Developmental Psychology 47 (5), pp. 1220-1229. ISSN 0012-1649.

    Wu, Rachel and Mareschal, Denis and Rakison, D. (2011) Attention to multiple cues during spontaneous labelling. Infancy 16 (5), pp. 545-556. ISSN 1525-0008.

    Wu, Rachel and Kirkham, Natasha Z. (2010) No two cues are alike: depth of learning during infancy is dependent on what orients attention. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 107 (2), pp. 118-136. ISSN 0022-0965.

    Book Section

    Wu, Rachel and Kirkham, Natasha Z. (2012) Learning (to Learn) from spatial attention cues during infancy. In: Miyake, N. and Peebles, D. and Cooper, Richard P. (eds.) Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, Texas, USA: Cognitive Science Society, pp. 1161-1166. ISBN 9780976831884.

    Wu, Rachel and Kirkham, Natasha Z. and Swan, Kristen A. and Gliga, Teodora (2011) Infants use social signals to learn from unfamiliar referential cues. In: Carlson, L. and Hoelscher, C. and Shipley, T.F. (eds.) Expanding the Space of Cognitive Science: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive cience Society. Austin, Texas, USA: Cognitive Science Society. ISBN 9780976831877.

    Wu, Rachel and Kirkham, Natasha Z. and Swan, Kristen A. and Gliga, Teodora (2011) Social signals scaffold learning from novel cues during infancy. In: Kokinov, B. and Karmiloff-Smith, Annette and Nersessian, N. (eds.) European Perspectives on Cognitive Science. Sofia, Bulgaria: New Bulgarian University Press. ISBN 9789545356605.

    Wu, Rachel and Gopnik, A. and Richardson, D.C. and Kirkham, Natasha Z. (2010) Social cues support learning about objects from statistics in infancy. In: Ohlsson, S. and Catrambone, R. (eds.) Cognition in Flux: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, Texas, USA: Cognitive Science Society, pp. 1228-1233. ISBN 9780976831860.

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Wu, Rachel and Yu, C. and Smith, L.B. and Kirkham, Natasha Z. and Yurovsky, D. (2011) Model selection for eye movements: assessing the role of attentional cues in infant learning. In: 12th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop, 8-10 Apr 2010, London, UK.

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