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    Proper Names in Early Word Learning: Rethinking a Theoretical Account of Lexical Development.D. Geoffrey Hall - 2009 - Mind and Language 24 (4):404-432.
    There is evidence that children learn both proper names and count nouns from the outset of lexical development. Furthermore, children's first proper names are typically words for people, whereas their first count nouns are commonly terms for other objects, including artifacts. I argue that these facts represent a challenge for two well-known theoretical accounts of object word learning. I defend an alternative account, which credits young children with conceptual resources to acquire words for both individual objects and object categories, and (...)
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    Proper Names in Early Word Learning: Rethinking a Theoretical Account of Lexical Development.D. Geoffrey Hall - 2009 - Mind and Language 24 (4):404-432.
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    Basic-Level Individuals.D. Geoffrey Hall - 1993 - Cognition 48 (3):199-221.
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    Instance-of-Object-Kind Representations.Sandeep Prasada & D. Geoffrey Hall - 2019 - Cognition 189:209-220.
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    Transforming Celebrity Objects: Implications for an Account of Psychological Contagion.Kristan A. Marchak & D. Geoffrey Hall - 2017 - Journal of Cognition and Culture 17 (1-2):51-72.
    The celebrity effect is the well-documented phenomenon in which people ascribe an enhanced worth to artefacts owned by famous individuals. This effect has been attributed to a belief in psychological contagion, the transmission of a person’s essence to an object via contact. We examined people’s judgments of the persisting worth of celebrity-owned artefacts following transformations of their parts/material and found that the celebrity effect was evident only for post-transformation artefacts that were composed of parts/material that had direct physical contact with (...)
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    Monkey Business: Children’s Use of Character Identity to Infer Shared Properties.Mijke Rhemtulla & D. Geoffrey Hall - 2009 - Cognition 113 (2):167-176.
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    Designators, Descriptions, and Artifact Persistence.Kristan A. Marchak & D. Geoffrey Hall - 2019 - Cognition 192:103999.
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