Publications of Linda Acredolo
 
Journal Articles, Chapters, Books:
 
Acredolo, L. P. & Pick, H.L. (l975) Evaluation of a school lunch    program.  Psychological Reports, 37, 33l-332.

 Acredolo, L. P., Pick, H. L., & Olsen, M. G. (l975).  Environmental
  differentiation and familiarity as determinants of children's
  memory for spatial location.  Developmental Psychology, ll,
  495-501.

 Acredolo, L. P. (l976).  Frames of reference used by children for
  orientation in unfamiliar spaces.  In G. Moore & R. Golledge
  (Eds.), Environmental knowing.  Stroudsburg, PA:  Dowden,
  Hutchinson, & Ross.

 Acredolo, L. P. (l977).  Developmental changes in the ability to
  coordinate perspectives of a large-scale space.  Developmental
  Psychology, 13, 1-8.

 Acredolo, L. P. (l978).  Development of spatial orientation in infancy.
  Developmental Psychology, 14, 224-234.

Acredolo, L. P. (1978).  [Review of the book The development of cognitive processes  by Vernon Hamilton and Magdalen D. Vernon (Eds.)], Contemporary Psychology, 23, 250-251.

Acredolo, L. P. (1978).  [Review of the book The child's representation of the world  by  George Butterworth (Ed.),  Contemporary Psychology, ,23, 585-586.

Acredolo, L. P., & Acredolo, C.  (l979).  Child development research in   the year of the child.  Human Development, 22, 420-423.

 Acredolo, L. P. (l979).  Laboratory versus home:  The effect of
  environment on the 9-month-old infant's choice of spatial
  reference system.  Developmental Psychology, 15, 666-667.

 Bluestein, N., & Acredolo, L. P. (l979).  Developmental changes in map-
  reading skills.  Child Development, 50, 691-697.

Feldman, A.L. & Acredolo, L. P. (l979).  The effect of active versus passive exploration on memory from spatial location in children.  Child Development, 50, 698-704.

 Acredolo, C., & Acredolo, L.P. (l979).  Identity, compensation, and
  conservation.  Child Development, 50, 524-535.

 Acredolo, L.P. & Evans, D. (l980).  Developmental changes in the effects
  of landmarks on infant spatial behavior.  Developmental
  Psychology, 16, 312-318.

 Acredolo, C., & Acredolo, L. P. (l980).  The anticipation of conservation
  phenomenon:  Conservation or pseudoconservation?  Child
  Development, 51, 667-675.

Acredolo, L. P. (1980).  [Review of the book Children and Environment by Irwin Altman and Joachim F. Wohlwill (Eds.)],  Child Development Abstracts, 54, 425.

 Acredolo, L. P. (l981).  Small- and large-scale spatial concepts in
  infancy and childhood.  in L. S. Liben, A. H. Patterson, &
  Newcombe, N. (Eds.), Spatial representations and behavior
  across the lifespan.  New York:  Academic.

 Acredolo, L. P., & Hake, J. (l982).  Infant perception.  In B. B. Wolman
  (Ed.), Handbook of developmental psychology.  New York:
  Prentice-Hall.

 Acredolo, L. P. (l982) Spatial orientation in infancy.  In J. Baird and A.
  Lutkus (Eds.), Mind, child, architecture.  Hanover:  New England
  University Press.
 

 Acredolo, L. P. (l982).  The familiarity factor in spatial research:
  What does it breed besides contempt?  In R. Cohen (Ed.),
  Children's conceptions of spatial relationships.  San Francisco:
  Jossey-Bass.

 Pick, H. L., Jr. & Acredolo, L. P. (Eds.) (l983).  Spatial orientation:
  Theory, research, and application.  New York:  Plenum.

 Acredolo, L. P. (l983).  Spatial orientation in special populations.  In
  H. L. Pick & L. P. Acredolo (Eds.), Spatial orientation:  Theory,
  research and application.  New York:  Plenum.

Acredolo, L. P. (1983).  [Review of the book Perceptual and motor development by Harriet G. Williams], ContemporaryPsychology,  28, 774-775.

Acredolo, L. P. (1984).  [Review of the book Jean Piaget:  Consensus and controversy by Sohan Modgil and Celia Modgil (Eds.)], Child Development Abstracts, 58, 704.

 Acredolo, L. P. (l985).  Coordinating perspectives on infant spatial
  orientation.  In R. Cohen (Ed.), The development of spatial
  cognition.  New York:  Erlbaum.

 Acredolo, L. P. & Boulter, L.  (l984).  Effects of hierarchical organization
  on children's judgments of distance and direction.  Journal of
  Experimental Child Psychology, 37, 409-425.

 Acredolo, L. P., Adams, A., & Goodwyn, S. W. (l984).  The role of self-
  produced movements and visual tracking in infant spatial
  orientation.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 38, 312-
  327.

 Acredolo, L. P., & Goodwyn, S. (l985).  Symbolic gesturing in language
  development:  A case study.  Human Development, 28, 40-49.

 Horobin, K., & Acredolo, L. P. (l986).  The role of attentiveness,
  mobility history, and separation of hiding sites on Stage IV
  search behavior.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology,
  41, 114-127.
 
 Acredolo, L. P. (1987).  Early development of spatial orientation
  in humans.  In P. Ellen & C. Thinus-Blanc (Eds.), Cognitive
  processes and spatial orientation in animal and man.  Martinus
  Nijhoff Publishers (NATO-ASI Life Science Series).
 

 Acredolo, L. P. (1988).  Infant mobility and spatial development.
  In U. Bellugi, J. Stiles-Davies, and M. Kritchevsky (Eds.), The
  development of spatial cognition.  Chicago:  University  of
  Chicago Press.

Acredolo, L. P. (1988).  Symbolic Gesturing in Normal Infants.  Child   Development, 59, 450-466.

Acredolo, L. P. (1989).  Acredolo, L. P. From signal to "symbol":  The development of landmark knowledge from 9 to 13 months. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 6, 369-372.

Acredolo, L. P.  (1990).  Individual differences in infant spatial   cognition.  In J. Colombo & J. Fagen (Eds.), Individual Differences  in Infancy:  Reliability, Stability and Prediction.  Hillsdale, NJ:  LEA.

Acredolo, L. P. (1990).  Spatial cognition:  Developmental trends.  In T. Husen & T.N. Postlethwaite (Main Eds.), R. M. Thomas (Section Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Education.  Oxford:  Pergamon Books.

Acredolo, L. P., & Goodwyn, S. W. (1990).    Sign language among hearing infants:  The spontaneous development of symbolic gestures.  In V. Volterra & C. Erting (Eds.), From gesture to language in hearing and deaf children. New York:  Springer-Verlag.
 
Acredolo, L. P., & Goodwyn, S. W. (1990).  Sign Language in Babies: The significance of symbolic gesturing for understanding language development.  In R. Vasta (Ed.), Annals of Child Development (vol 7, pp 1-42).  London:  Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Acredolo, L. P. (1991).  Behavioral approaches to spatial orientation in infancy.  In A. Diamond (Ed.), The development and neural bases of higher cognitive functions (pp. 596-613).  New York:  New York Academy of Sciences.

Hoyt, K. A., & Acredolo, L. P. (1992).  How do childhood experiences influence environmental attitude formation?  Proceedings Environmental Design Research Association.

Goodwyn, S. W. & Acredolo, L. P.  (1993).  Symbolic gesture versus word:  Is there a modality advantage for onset of symbol use?   Child Development , 64, 688-701.

Acredolo, L. P., & Goodwyn, S.W. (1996).  Baby Signs:  How to talk with your baby before your baby can talk.  Chicago:  Contemporary Books, Inc.

Acredolo, L. P., & Goodwyn, S.W. (1997).  Furthering our understanding of what humans understand,  Human Development, 40, pp. 25-31.

Goodwyn, S.W., & Acredolo, L. P. (1998).  Encouraging symbolic gestures:  Effects on the relationship between gesture and speech.  In J. Iverson & S. Goldin-Meadows (Eds.) The nature and functions of gesture in children’s communication.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Acredolo, L. P. (1998).  Beyond Heredity and Environment:  Myrtle McGraw and the Maturation Controversy.  T.C. Dalton & V.W. Bergenn (Eds.) Behavioral Science.

Acredolo, L. P., Goodwyn, S.W., Horobin, K., & Emmons, Y. D. (2000).  The signs and sounds of early language development.  In C. Tamis-LeMonda & L. Balter (Eds.), Child Psychology:  A Handbook of Contemporary Issues (pp. 116-139). New York:  Psychology Press.

Goodwyn, S.W., Acredolo, L.P., & Brown, C. (2000).  Impact of symbolic gesturing on early language development.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior., 24, 81-103.

Namy, L., Acredolo, L.P., & Goodwyn, S.W. (2000).  Verbal labels and gestural routines in parental communication with young children.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 24, 63-79.

Goodwyn, S.W., & Acredolo, L. P. (2000).  Baby Minds.  New York:  Bantum Books