Gregg Solomon
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Constraints on conceptual development: A case study of the acquisition of folkbiological and folksociological knowledge in Madagascar
R Astuti, GEA Solomon, S Carey, T Ingold, PH Miller
Monographs of the society for Research in Child Development, i-161, 2004
Like father, like son: Young children's understanding of how and why offspring resemble their parents
GEA Solomon, SC Johnson, D Zaitchik, S Carey
Child Development 67 (1), 151-171, 1996
Psychology of novice and expert wine talk
GEA Solomon
The American Journal of Psychology, 495-517, 1990
Never getting to zero: Elementary school students’ understanding of the infinite divisibility of number and matter
CL Smith, GEA Solomon, S Carey
Cognitive Psychology 51 (2), 101-140, 2005
On facts and conceptual systems: young children's integration of their understandings of germs and contagion.
GEA Solomon, NL Cassimatis
Developmental psychology 35 (1), 113, 1999
Conceptual change and wine expertise
GEA Solomon
The Journal of the Learning Sciences 6 (1), 41-60, 1997
Why dogs have puppies and cats have kittens: The role of birth in young children's understanding of biological origins
SC Johnson, GEA Solomon
Child Development 68 (3), 404-419, 1997
Zafimaniry: An understanding of what is passed on from parents to children: A cross-cultural investigation
M Bloch, G Solomon, S Carey
Journal of Cognition and Culture 1 (1), 43-68, 2001
Conceptual change in the classroom: Teaching young children to understand biological inheritance
GEA Solomon, SC Johnson
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 18 (1), 81-96, 2000
Birth, kind and naïve biology
GEA Solomon
Developmental Science 5 (2), 213-218, 2002
Animist thinking in the elderly and in patients with Alzheimer's disease
D Zaitchik, GEA Solomon
Cognitive Neuropsychology 25 (1), 27-37, 2008
The development of folkbiology: A cognitive science perspective on children’s understanding of the biological world
JD Coley, GEA Solomon, P Shafto
Children and nature: Psychological, sociocultural, and evolutionary …, 2002
How Multidisciplinary Are the Multidisciplinary Journals Science and Nature?
GEA Solomon, S Carley, AL Porter
PloS one 11 (4), e0152637, 2016
A measure of knowledge flow between specific fields: Implications of interdisciplinarity for impact and funding
S Kwon, GEA Solomon, J Youtie, AL Porter
PLoS One 12 (10), e0185583, 2017
GEA Solomon, D Zaitchik
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 3 (1), 105-115, 2012
Crossing borders: A citation analysis of connections between Cognitive Science and Educational Research… and the fields in between
J Youtie, GEA Solomon, S Carley, S Kwon, AL Porter
Research Evaluation 26 (3), 242-255, 2017
Conservation of species, volume, and belief in patients with Alzheimer's disease: The issue of domain specificity and conceptual impairment
D Zaitchik, GEA Solomon
Cognitive Neuropsychology 26 (6), 511-526, 2009
What people learn about how people learn: An analysis of citation behavior and the multidisciplinary flow of knowledge
GEA Solomon, J Youtie, S Carley, AL Porter
Research Policy 48 (9), 103835, 2019
Learning about learning: patterns of sharing of research knowledge among Education, Border, and Cognitive Science fields
AL Porter, DJ Schoeneck, J Youtie, GEA Solomon, S Kwon, SF Carley
Scientometrics 118 (3), 1093-1117, 2019
Great expectorations: The psychology of expert wine talk.
GEA Solomon
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