Karl S. Rosengren
Timelines or time cycles: Exposure to different spatial representations of time shapes sketching and diagram preferences
Like mother, like daughter: Adults’ judgments about genetic inheritance
Detailed bugs or bugging details? The influence of perceptual richness across elementary school years
“When will it be over?” U.S. children’s questions and parents’ responses about the COVID-19 pandemic
Capturing death in animated films: Can films stimulate parent-child conversations about death?
Representing variability: The case of life cycle diagrams
Children's emerging understanding of death
Do details bug you? Effects of perceptual richness in learning about biological change
Reframing mental illness: The role of essentialism on perceived treatment efficacy and stigmatization
Embracing Death: Mexican Parent and Child Perspectives on Death
Do you remember being told what happened to grandma? The role of early socialization on later coping with death
Effects of priming variability on adults learning about metamorphosis
COMMENTARY: WHAT HEALS AND WHY? CHILDREN'S UNDERSTANDING OF MEDICAL TREATMENTS.
Cognitive constraints influence an understanding of life-cycle change