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Gedeon Deak

Title(s)Professor, Cognitive Science
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    Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NYBA06/1990Psychology
    University of Minnesota, MinneapolisPhD06/1995Child Psychology

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    1. Adjacent and Non-Adjacent Word Contexts Both Predict Age of Acquisition of English Words: A Distributional Corpus Analysis of Child-Directed Speech. Cogn Sci. 2020 11; 44(11):e12899. Chang LM, Deák GO. PMID: 33164262.
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    2. Maternal discourse continuity and infants' actions organize 12-month-olds' language exposure during object play. Dev Sci. 2019 05; 22(3):e12770. Chang LM, Deák GO. PMID: 30414222.
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    3. Cultural variation in cognitive flexibility reveals diversity in the development of executive functions. Sci Rep. 2018 11 05; 8(1):16326. Legare CH, Dale MT, Kim SY, Deák GO. PMID: 30397235.
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    4. Intensity of Caring About an Action's Side-Effect Mediates Attributions of Actor's Intentions. Front Psychol. 2018; 9:1329. Liao Y, Sun Y, Li H, Deák GO, Feng W. PMID: 30123152.
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    5. Coactivation of cognitive control networks during task switching. Neuropsychology. 2018 01; 32(1):31-39. Yin S, Deák G, Chen A. PMID: 29239622.
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    6. Contingencies Between Infants' Gaze, Vocal, and Manual Actions and Mothers' Object-Naming: Longitudinal Changes From 4 to 9 Months. Dev Neuropsychol. 2016 Jul - Dec; 41(5-8):342-361. Chang L, de Barbaro K, Deák G. PMID: 28253035.
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    7. Sensorimotor Decoupling Contributes to Triadic Attention: A Longitudinal Investigation of Mother-Infant-Object Interactions. Child Dev. 2016 Mar-Apr; 87(2):494-512. de Barbaro K, Johnson CM, Forster D, Deák GO. PMID: 26613383.
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    8. Disarming smiles: irrelevant happy faces slow post-error responses. Cogn Process. 2015 Nov; 16(4):427-34. Gupta R, Deák GO. PMID: 26195255.
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    9. Cognitive flexibility in young children: General or task-specific capacity? J Exp Child Psychol. 2015 Oct; 138:31-53. Deák GO, Wiseheart M. PMID: 26026421.
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    10. EEG imaging of toddlers during dyadic turn-taking: Mu-rhythm modulation while producing or observing social actions. Neuroimage. 2015 May 15; 112:52-60. Liao Y, Acar ZA, Makeig S, Deak G. PMID: 25731992.
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    11. Watch the hands: infants can learn to follow gaze by seeing adults manipulate objects. Dev Sci. 2014 Mar; 17(2):270-81. Deák GO, Krasno AM, Triesch J, Lewis J, Sepeta L. PMID: 24387193.
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    12. Development of adaptive tool-use in early childhood: sensorimotor, social, and conceptual factors. Adv Child Dev Behav. 2014; 46:149-81. Deák GO. PMID: 24851349.
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    13. Young children's flexible use of semantic cues to word meanings: converging evidence of individual and age differences. J Child Lang. 2014 May; 41(3):511-42. Deák GO, Narasimham G. PMID: 23651651.
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    14. Young children's fast mapping and generalization of words, facts, and pictograms. J Exp Child Psychol. 2013 Jun; 115(2):273-96. Deák GO, Toney AJ. PMID: 23563159.
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    15. Category label effects on Chinese children's inductive inferences: modulation by perceptual detail and category specificity. J Exp Child Psychol. 2012 Feb; 111(2):230-45. Long C, Lu X, Zhang L, Li H, Deák GO. PMID: 21945344.
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    16. Micro-analysis of infant looking in a naturalistic social setting: insights from biologically based models of attention. Dev Sci. 2011 Sep; 14(5):1150-60. de Barbaro K, Chiba A, Deák GO. PMID: 21884330.
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    17. This ought to be good: brain activity accompanying positive and negative expectations and outcomes. Psychophysiology. 2011 Oct; 48(10):1412-9. Liao Y, Gramann K, Feng W, Deák GO, Li H. PMID: 21517899.
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    18. To Model or Not to Model? A Dialogue on the Role of Computational Modeling in Developmental Science. Child Dev Perspect. 2010 Aug; 4(2):152-158. Simmering VR, Triesch J, Deák GO, Spencer JP. PMID: 21625352.
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    19. Driven from distraction: how infants respond to parents' attempts to elicit and re-direct their attention. Infant Behav Dev. 2008 Jan; 31(1):34-50. Deák GO, Walden TA, Kaiser MY, Lewis A. PMID: 17692386.
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    20. Do children really confuse appearance and reality? Trends Cogn Sci. 2006 Dec; 10(12):546-50. Deák GO. PMID: 17079185.
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    21. Choose and choose again: appearance-reality errors, pragmatics and logical ability. Dev Sci. 2006 May; 9(3):323-33. Deák GO, Enright B. PMID: 16669804.
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    22. Gaze following: why (not) learn it? Dev Sci. 2006 Mar; 9(2):125-47. Triesch J, Teuscher C, Deák GO, Carlson E. PMID: 16472311.
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    23. Is perseveration caused by inhibition failure? Evidence from preschool children's inferences about word meanings. J Exp Child Psychol. 2003 Nov; 86(3):194-222. Deák GO, Narasimham G. PMID: 14559204.
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    24. Children's perseverative appearance-reality errors are related to emerging language skills. Child Dev. 2003 May-Jun; 74(3):944-64. Deák GO, Ray SD, Brenneman K. PMID: 12795400.
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    25. The development of cognitive flexibility and language abilities. Adv Child Dev Behav. 2003; 31:271-327. Deák GO. PMID: 14528664.
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    26. Matching and naming objects by shape or function: age and context effects in preschool children. Dev Psychol. 2002 Jul; 38(4):503-18. Deák GO, Ray SD, Pick AD. PMID: 12090481.
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