Sandra Waxman

La nomination

  • Boursière associée
  • Cerveau, esprit et conscience


  • Université Northwestern
Psychologie, Institute for Policy Research


  • États Unis


Ph.D., Université de Pennsylvanie
M.A., Université John Hopkins
B.S., Université de Pennsylvanie

Publications Pertinentes

Perszyk, D.R., and Waxman, S.R. « Linking Language and Cognition in Infancy. » Annual Review of Psychology, 69 (2018): 231-250.

Ferguson, B., Franconeri, S., and Waxman, S. « Very young infants learn abstract rules in the visual modality. » PLoS ONE, 13(1) (2018): e019018.

Ferry, A., Hespos, S., & Waxman, S. « Non-human primate vocalizations support categorization in very young human infants. » PNAS, 110(38) (2013): 15231–15235.

Herrmann, P.,  Waxman, S. R.,  & Medin, D. L. « Anthropocentrism is not the first step in children's reasoning about the natural world. » Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(22) (2010): 9979-9984. 

Hall, D. G., and Waxman, S. R. (Eds.) From many strands: Weaving a lexicon. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2004.

Waxman, S. R., & Markow, D. B. « Words as invitations to form categories: Evidence from 12-month- old infants. » Cognitive Psychology, 29 (1995): 257-302.