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,

 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:

 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:

 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-

 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