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    1. Slater, A; Quinn, PC
      Face recognition in the newborn infant

      INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    2. Brookes, H; Slater, A; Quinn, PC; Lewkowicz, DJ; Hayes, R; Brown, E
      Three-month-old infants learn arbitrary auditory-visual pairings between voices and faces

      INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    3. Mareschal, D; Quinn, PC
      Categorization in infancy

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    4. Quinn, PC; Slater, AM; Brown, E; Hayes, RA
      Developmental change in form categorization in early infancy

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    5. Quinn, PC; Eimas, PD; Tarr, MJ
      Perceptual categorization of cat and dog silhouettes by 3-to 4-month-old infants

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    6. Quinn, PC; Bhatt, RS
      Object recognition and object segregation in infancy: Historical perspective, theoretical significance, "kinds" of knowledge, and relation to object categorization

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    7. Quinn, PC
      Perceptual reference points for form and orientation in young infants: Anchors or magnets?

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    8. Mareschal, D; French, RM; Quinn, PC
      A connectionist account of asymmetric category learning in early infancy

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Quinn, PC
      The cradle of knowledge: Development of perception in infancy

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    10. QUINN PC; BHATT RS
      VISUAL POP-OUT IN YOUNG INFANTS - CONVERGENT EVIDENCE AND AN EXTENSION

      Infant behavior & development
    11. QUINN PC
      EMERGENCE OF OBJECT REPRESENTATIONS IN YOUNG INFANTS - CORROBORATING FINDINGS AND A CHALLENGE FOR THE FEATURE CREATION APPROACH

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    12. QUINN PC; EIMAS PD
      EVIDENCE FOR A GLOBAL CATEGORICAL REPRESENTATION OF HUMANS BY YOUNG INFANTS

      Journal of experimental child psychology (Print)
    13. SPENCER J; QUINN PC; JOHNSON MH; KARMILOFFSMITH A
      HEADS YOU WIN, TAILS YOU LOSE - EVIDENCE FOR YOUNG INFANTS CATEGORIZING MAMMALS BY HEAD AND FACIAL ATTRIBUTES

      Early development & parenting
    14. QUINN PC; BROWN CR; STREPPA ML
      PERCEPTUAL ORGANIZATION OF COMPLEX VISUAL CONFIGURATIONS BY YOUNG INFANTS

      Infant behavior & development
    15. QUINN PC; JOHNSON MH
      THE EMERGENCE OF PERCEPTUAL CATEGORY REPRESENTATIONS IN YOUNG INFANTS- A CONNECTIONIST ANALYSIS

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    16. QUINN PC; EIMAS PD
      YOUNG INFANTS USE OF FACIAL INFORMATION IN THE CATEGORICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF NATURAL ANIMAL SPECIES - THE EFFECT OF INVERSION

      Infant behavior & development
    17. QUINN PC; EIMAS PD
      PERCEPTUAL CUES THAT PERMIT CATEGORICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF ANIMAL SPECIES BY INFANTS

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    18. QUINN PC; CUMMINS M; KASE J; MARTIN E; WEISSMAN S
      DEVELOPMENT OF CATEGORICAL REPRESENTATIONS FAR ABOVE AND BELOW SPATIAL RELATIONS IN 3 TO 7-MONTH-OLD INFANTS

      Developmental psychology
    19. EIMAS PD; QUINN PC; COWAN P
      DEVELOPMENT OF EXCLUSIVITY IN PERCEPTUALLY BASED CATEGORIES OF YOUNG INFANTS

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    20. EIMAS PD; QUINN PC
      STUDIES ON THE FORMATION OF PERCEPTUALLY BASED BASIC-LEVEL CATEGORIESIN YOUNG INFANTS

      Child development
    21. QUINN PC
      THE CATEGORIZATION OF ABOVE AND BELOW SPATIAL RELATIONS BY YOUNG INFANTS

      Child development
    22. QUINN PC; EIMAS PD; ROSENKRANTZ SL
      EVIDENCE FOR REPRESENTATIONS OF PERCEPTUALLY SIMILAR NATURAL CATEGORIES BY 3-MONTH-OLD AND 4-MONTH-OLD INFANTS

      Perception


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