School of Psychology

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Dr Erika Nurmsoo

Lecturer in Psychology
Applied Degree Co-ordinator and Athena Swan Lead
Undergraduate Outreach Team

Dr Erika Nurmsoo

Selected publications

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Article
Abbot-Smith, K., Imai, M., Durrant, S., & Nurmsoo, E. (2017). The role of timing and prototypical causality on how preschoolers fast-map novel verb meanings. First Language, 37, 186-204. doi:10.1177/0142723716679800
Allen, M., Nurmsoo, E., & Freeman, N. (2016). Young children show representational flexibility when interpreting drawings. Cognition, 147, 21-28. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2015.11.003
Abbot-Smith, K., Nurmsoo, E., Croll, R., Ferguson, H., & Forrester, M. (2016). How 2;6-year-olds tailor verbal expressions to interlocutor informational needs. Journal Of Child Language, 43, 1277-1291. doi:10.1017/S0305000915000616
Nurmsoo, E., Einav, S., & Hood, B. (2012). Best friends: children use mutual gaze to identify friendships in others. Developmental Science, 15, 417-425. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7687.2012.01143.x
Robinson, E., Butterfill, S., & Nurmsoo, E. (2011). Gaining knowledge via other minds: Children's flexible trust in others as sources of information. British Journal Of Developmental Psychology, 29, 961-980. doi:doi:10.1111/j.2044-835X.2011.02036.x
Nurmsoo, E., Robinson, E., & Butterfill, S. (2010). Children's selective learning from others. Review Of Philosophy And Psychology, 1, 511-561. doi:10.1007/s13164-010-0043-y
Nurmsoo, E. (2010). Perceptual Access and Knowledge: Letter to the Editor. Human Development, 0-0.
Nurmsoo, E., Robinson, E., & Butterfill, S. (2010). Children's Selective Learning from Others. Review Of Philosophy And Psychology, 1, 551-561. doi:10.1007/s13164-010-0043-y
Nurmsoo, E., & Robinson, E. (2009). Children's Trust in Previously Inaccurate Informants Who Were Well or Poorly Informed: When Past Errors Can Be Excused. Child Development, 80, 23-27. doi:doi:10.1111/j.1467-8624.2008.01243.x
Robinson, E., & Nurmsoo, E. (2009). When do children learn from unreliable speakers? Cognitive Development, 24, 16-22. doi:doi:10.1016/j.cogdev.2008.08.001
Nurmsoo, E., & Robinson, E. (2009). Identifying unreliable informants: do children excuse past inaccuracy? Developmental Science, 12, 41-47. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7687.2008.00750.x
Robinson, E., Haigh, S., & Nurmsoo, E. (2008). Children's working understanding of knowledge sources: Confidence in knowledge gained from testimony. Cognitive Development, 23, 105-118. doi:10.1016/j.cogdev.2007.05.001
Nurmsoo, E., & Bloom, P. (2008). Preschoolers' Perspective Taking in Word Learning: Do They Blindly Follow Eye Gaze? Psychological Science, 19, 211-215. doi:doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.2008.02069.x
Book section
Robinson, E., Nurmsoo, E., & Einav, S. (2014). Does understanding about knowledge and belief influence children's trust in testimony? In Trust and Skepticism: Children's Selective Learning from Testimony (pp. 42-54). Psychology Press.
Gerken, L., Wilson, R., Gomez, R., & Nurmsoo, E. (2009). The relation between morphosyntactic analogies and syntactic categories. In J. Blevins & Blevins, J. (Eds.), Analogy in grammar: Form and acquisition. Oxford University Press.
Bloom, P., & Nurmsoo, E. (2002). Word Learning. In Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Macmillan.
Conference or workshop item
Nurmsoo, E. (2017). Developing a parent report measure of social cognition from birth to 3 years. In LCICD 2017: Lancaster international conference on infant and early child development. Lancaster, UK.
Forrester, M., Bellchambers, C., Eydam, A., & Nurmsoo, E. (2015). Don't put your hand in! Children's orientation to recipient epistemic access. In IMPRS workshop: Perspectives on the ontogeny of mutual understanding. Nijmegen, NL.
Nurmsoo, E., Franke, N., & Spruce, M. (2015). Children's use of testimony from inaccurate speakers. In 23rd annual meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Tartu, Estonia.
Nurmsoo, E., Davis, S., & Haji-Abdullah, S. (2015). Tool innovation: Are groups better than individuals? In 23rd annual meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Tartu, Estonia.
Abbot-Smith, K., Nurmsoo, E., Forrester, M., & Ferguson, H. (2015). Preschooler awareness of listener informational need in relation to linguistic reference. In Child Language Symposium. University of Warwick. Retrieved from https://www.regonline.co.uk/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=1628415
Nurmsoo, E., Eydam, A., Carby, A., & Rater, L. (2015). Children's social learning of tool use. In 23rd annual meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Tartu, Estonia.
Abbot-Smith, K., Croll, R., Forrester, M., Nurmsoo, E., & Ferguson, H. (2014). Training 30-month-olds to take listeners' informational needs into account. In XIX Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies. Berlin, Germany. Retrieved from http://www.isisweb.org/view/0/ISISconference2014.html
Eydam, A., & Nurmsoo, E. (2014). Infant social learning theories: Taking the social part seriously. In Enacting Culture: Embodiment, Interaction and the Development of Human Culture. Heidelberg.
Nurmsoo, E., Eydam, A., Leahy, V., & Burton, T. (2014). Children's high-fidelity imitation of tool vs non-tool actions. In XIX Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies. Berlin, Germany.
Eydam, A., Leahy, V., Cuffari, E., & Nurmsoo, E. (2014). Teaching infants: Effect of teacher familiarity and teaching in real life. In International Conference on Infant Studies. Berlin.
Eydam, A., Leahy, V., & Nurmsoo, E. (2013). The effect of pedagogy and model familiarity on infants' imitation. In Experimental Psychology Society. Lancaster.
Eydam, A., Leahy, V., & Nurmsoo, E. (2013). When do infants imitate? Effects of pedagogical communication, model familiarity, and tool use. In Aegina Summer school: Embodied inter-subjectivity. London.
Eydam, A., Leahy, V., & Nurmsoo, E. (2013). Imitation and emulation of novel tool actions. In Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development. Budapest, Hungary.
Nurmsoo, E., Dickerson, H., & Grigges, T. (2013). Preschoolers' sensitivity to testimony when learning generalisable vs non-generalisable information. In Experimental Psychology Society. Lancaster.
Eydam, A., Leahy, V., & Nurmsoo, E. (2013). Do infants imitate strangers? 18-month-olds imitation of familiar and unfamiliar models. In Society for Research in Child Development. Seattle.
Eydam, A., Leahy, V., & Nurmsoo, E. (2012). Eighteen-month-old infants differentially imitate tool and nontool actions. In European Society for Philosophy and Psychology. London.
Nurmsoo, E., Allen, M., & Freeman, N. (2011). Intention and representational flexibility in young children's understanding of visual depictions. In British Psychology Society Developmental Section. Newcastle.
Eydam, A., & Nurmsoo, E. (2011). Third-party imitation and pedagogy: 14- and 18-month-olds' imitation of novel actions. In British Psychology Society Developmental Section. Newcastle.
Nurmsoo, E. (2009). Children's monitoring of gaze in referential contexts. In European Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Budapest, Hungary.
Nurmsoo, E., Einav, S., & Hood, B. (2009). Best friends: Children's sensitivity to social information in gaze. In Society for Research in Child Development. Denver, Colorado.
Nurmsoo, E., Einav, S., & Hood, B. (2009). Tracking fears and preferences: Typically developing children's monitoring of gaze in static and dynamic scenes. In Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Conference. Denver.
Nurmsoo, E., Allen, M., & Freeman, N. (2008). Can a balloon be a lollipop? Four-year-olds use representational flexibility when understanding pictures. In Society for Research in Child Development. Denver, Colorado.
Nurmsoo, E., & Robinson, E. (2008). Children's inferences about the reliability of informants: When do they excuse past errors? In Experimental psychology society.. UCL, London.
Nurmsoo, E., Robinson, E., & Butterfill, S. (2008). Extracting knowledge from other minds. In European Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Utrecht.
Nurmsoo, E., Einav, S., & Hood, B. (2008). Best friends: Children's sensitivity to social information in gaze. In Theory of mind: Celebrating 30 years. Nottingham UK.
Nurmsoo, E., & Robinson, E. (2007). Learning from others: Children's understanding of speaker inaccuracy. In European Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Geneva.
Nurmsoo, E., & Robinson, E. (2007). Learning from others: Understanding speaker inaccuracy. In British Psychological Society Developmental Section. Plymouth.
Nurmsoo, E., & Scholl, B. (2007). Word learning and unlearning: Preschoolers revise the meanings of newly learned words. In European Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Geneva.
Nurmsoo, E., & Robinson, E. (2007). Learning from others: Identifying unreliable individuals vs unreliable assertions. In Society for Research in Child Development. Boston, USA.
Nurmsoo, E., & Robinson, E. (2007). Learning from others: Identifying unreliable individuals vs unreliable assertions. In Experimental Psychology Society conference. Edinburgh.
Nurmsoo, E. (2005). Preschoolers reason about mental states in drawing and pretense. In Jean Piaget Society. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Nurmsoo, E., & Bloom, P. (2005). Preschoolers' use of a speaker's perceptual knowledge when learning words. In Society for Research in Child Development. Atlanta, Georgia.
Nurmsoo, E. (2005). Preschoolers reason about the artist's perceptual knowledge when learning words. In Jean Piaget Society. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Nurmsoo, E., & Bloom, P. (2005). Do preschoolers attend to a speaker's knowledge when learning words? In Boston University Conference on Language Development. Boston, USA.
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