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  1. Acquiring Complex Communicative Systems: Statistical Learning of Language and Emotion
  2. Acquiring complex communicative systems: Statistical learning of language and emotion
  3. How White American Children Develop Racial Biases in Emotion Reasoning
  4. How White American Children Develop Racial Biases in Emotion Reasoning
  5. Happy, sad, or yucky? Parental emotion talk with infants in a book‐sharing task
  6. Linguistic and developmental influences on superordinate facial configuration categorization in infancy
  7. Red Enhances the Processing of Anger Facial Configurations as a Function of Target Gender
  8. Children’s emotion inferences from masked faces: Implications for social interactions during COVID-19
  9. The Development of Emotion Reasoning in Infancy and Early Childhood
  10. Beyond Language in Infant Emotion Concept Development
  11. Examining Preverbal Infants’ Ability to Map Labels to Facial Configurations
  12. Superordinate categorization of negative facial expressions in infancy: The influence of labels.
  13. The Development of Negative Event-Emotion Matching in Infancy: Implications for Theories in Affective Science
  14. Do Preverbal Infants Understand Discrete Facial Expressions of Emotion?
  15. How do you feel? Preverbal infants match negative emotions to events.
  16. Constructing emotion categorization: Insights from developmental psychology applied to a young adult sample.
  17. Developmental changes in infants’ categorization of anger and disgust facial expressions.
  18. Transfer of Social Learning Across Contexts: Exploring Infants' Attribution of Trait-Like Emotions to Adults
  19. Infants’ generalizations about other people’s emotions: Foundations for trait-like attributions.