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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 83, Number 4, 1 July 2012

In This Issue
pp. 1117-1121(5)

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Using Saliency Maps to Separate Competing Processes in Infant Visual Cognition
pp. 1122-1128(7)
Authors: Althaus, Nadja; Mareschal, Denis

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12‐Month‐Olds’ Phonotactic Knowledge Guides Their Word–Object Mappings
pp. 1129-1136(8)
Authors: MacKenzie, Heather; Curtin, Suzanne; Graham, Susan A.

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Thinking in Categories or Along a Continuum: Consequences for Children’s Social Judgments
pp. 1145-1163(19)
Authors: Master, Allison; Markman, Ellen M.; Dweck, Carol S.

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Dynamics of Teacher–Student Relationships: Stability and Change Across Elementary School and the Influence on Children’s Academic Success
pp. 1180-1195(16)
Authors: Spilt, Jantine L.; Hughes, Jan N.; Wu, Jiun‐Yu; Kwok, Oi‐Man

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Natural Mentors, Racial Identity, and Educational Attainment Among African American Adolescents: Exploring Pathways to Success
pp. 1196-1212(17)
Authors: Hurd, Noelle M.; Sánchez, Bernadette; Zimmerman, Marc A.; Caldwell, Cleopatra H.

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Fine Motor Skills and Executive Function Both Contribute to Kindergarten Achievement
pp. 1229-1244(16)
Authors: Cameron, Claire E.; Brock, Laura L.; Murrah, William M.; Bell, Lindsay H.; Worzalla, Samantha L.; Grissmer, David; Morrison, Frederick J.

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Separating the Fish From the Sharks: A Longitudinal Study of Preschool Response Inhibition
pp. 1245-1261(17)
Authors: Wiebe, Sandra A.; Sheffield, Tiffany D.; Espy, Kimberly Andrews

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Developmental Effects of Incentives on Response Inhibition
pp. 1262-1274(13)
Authors: Geier, Charles F.; Luna, Beatriz

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Enhanced Handling and Positioning in Early Infancy Advances Development Throughout the First Year
pp. 1290-1302(13)
Authors: Lobo, Michele A.; Galloway, James C.

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Contribution of Temporal Processing Skills to Reading Comprehension in 8‐Year‐Olds: Evidence for a Mediation Effect of Phonological Awareness
pp. 1332-1346(15)
Authors: Malenfant, Nathalie; Grondin, Simon; Boivin, Michel; Forget‐Dubois, Nadine; Robaey, Philippe; Dionne, Ginette

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The Development of Children’s Ability to Fill the Gaps in Their Knowledge by Consulting Experts
pp. 1368-1381(14)
Authors: Aguiar, Naomi R.; Stoess, Caryn J.; Taylor, Marjorie

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Counting the Nouns: Simple Structural Cues to Verb Meaning
pp. 1382-1399(18)
Authors: Yuan, Sylvia; Fisher, Cynthia; Snedeker, Jesse

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The Development of Preschoolers’ Appreciation of Communicative Ambiguity
pp. 1400-1415(16)
Authors: Nilsen, Elizabeth S.; Graham, Susan A.

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Preschoolers Use Intentional and Pedagogical Cues to Guide Inductive Inferences and Exploration
pp. 1416-1428(13)
Authors: Butler, Lucas P.; Markman, Ellen M.

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Children’s Use of Analogy During Collaborative Reasoning
pp. 1429-1443(15)
Authors: Lin, Tzu‐Jung; Anderson, Richard C.; Hummel, John E.; Jadallah, May; Miller, Brian W.; Nguyen‐Jahiel, Kim; Morris, Joshua A.; Kuo, Li‐Jen; Kim, Il‐Hee; Wu, Xiaoying; Dong, Ting

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Child‐Care Subsidies: Do They Impact the Quality of Care Children Experience?
pp. 1444-1461(18)
Authors: Johnson, Anna D.; Ryan, Rebecca M.; Brooks‐Gunn, Jeanne

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Errata
pp. 1462-1463(2)

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