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Katrina Ferrara
Katrina Ferrara
Postdoctoral fellow, Georgetown University
Verified email at georgetown.edu
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Block talk: Spatial language during block play
K Ferrara, K Hirsh‐Pasek, NS Newcombe, RM Golinkoff, WS Lam
Mind, Brain, and Education 5 (3), 143-151, 2011
3122011
Using a touch screen paradigm to assess the development of mental rotation between 3˝ and 5˝ years of age
A Frick, K Ferrara, NS Newcombe
Cognitive processing 14, 117-127, 2013
942013
Two rooms, two representations? Episodic‐like memory in toddlers and preschoolers
NS Newcombe, F Balcomb, K Ferrara, M Hansen, J Koski
Developmental Science 17 (5), 743-756, 2014
792014
Finding where and saying where: Developmental relationships between place learning and language in the first year
F Balcomb, NS Newcombe, K Ferrara
Journal of Cognition and Development 12 (3), 315-331, 2011
602011
Neural representation of scene boundaries
K Ferrara, S Park
Neuropsychologia 89, 180-190, 2016
542016
Bilateral parietal activations for complex visual-spatial functions: Evidence from a visual-spatial construction task
A Seydell-Greenwald, K Ferrara, CE Chambers, EL Newport, B Landau
Neuropsychologia 106, 194-206, 2017
482017
What you say versus how you say it: Comparing sentence comprehension and emotional prosody processing using fMRI
A Seydell-Greenwald, CE Chambers, K Ferrara, EL Newport
NeuroImage 209, 116509, 2020
392020
Block talk: Spatial language during block play. Mind, Brain, and Education, 5 (3), 143–151
K Ferrara, K Hirsh‐Pasek, NS Newcombe, RM Golinkoff, WS Lam
292011
Geometric and featural systems, separable and combined: Evidence from reorientation in people with Williams syndrome
K Ferrara, B Landau
Cognition 144, 123-133, 2015
242015
Space and language in Williams syndrome: Insights from typical development
B Landau, K Ferrara
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 4 (6), 693-706, 2013
232013
Revisiting the Landmark Task as a tool for studying hemispheric specialization: What's really right?
A Seydell-Greenwald, SF Pu, K Ferrara, CE Chambers, EL Newport, ...
Neuropsychologia 127, 57-65, 2019
142019
Detailed visual memory capacity is present early in childhood
K Ferrara, S Furlong, S Park, B Landau
Open Mind 2 (1), 14-25, 2017
142017
Impaired behavioral and neural representation of scenes in Williams syndrome
K Ferrara, B Landau, S Park
Cortex 121, 264-276, 2019
102019
Development of bilateral parietal activation for complex visual‐spatial function: Evidence from a visual‐spatial construction task
K Ferrara, A Seydell‐Greenwald, CE Chambers, EL Newport, B Landau
Developmental science 24 (4), e13067, 2021
92021
Transforming preschoolers’ geometric shape knowledge: Exploring verbalizations and behaviors during a categorization task
K Fisher, K Ferrara, K Hirsh-Pasek, N Newcombe, R Golinkoff
Poster presented at the Biennial Cognitive Development Society Conference …, 2009
92009
Constraints on multiple object tracking in Williams syndrome: how atypical development can inform theories of visual processing
K Ferrara, JE Hoffman, K O’Hearn, B Landau
Journal of Cognition and Development 17 (4), 620-641, 2016
62016
Block talk: Spatial language during block play. Mind, Brain, and Education, 5, 143–151
K Ferrara, K Hirsh-Pasek, NS Newcombe, RM Golinkoff, WS Lam
62011
Exploring the role of dialogic inquiry and exploration in guided play: An experimental study
K Fisher, K Ferrara, K Hirsh-Pasek, NS Newcombe, R Golinkoff
Poster presented at the XVIIth Biennial International Conference on Infant …, 2010
62010
Convergence and Divergence in Representational Systems: Emergent Place Learning and Language in Toddlers
F Balcomb, K Ferrara, N Newcombe
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 31 (31), 2009
52009
Spatial language and the embedded listener model in parents’ input to children
K Ferrara, M Silva, C Wilson, B Landau
Cognitive science 40 (8), 1877-1910, 2016
42016
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