Riggs, A.E., Alibali, M.W. & Kalish, C.W. (2017). Does it Matter How Molly Does it? Person-Presentation of Strategies and Transfer in Mathematics. Contemporary Educational Psychology.
Riggs, A.E. & Kalish, C.W. (2016). Children’s evaluations of rule violators. Cognitive Development.
Riggs, A.E. & Young, A.G. (2016). Developmental changes in children's normative reasoning across learning contexts and collaborative roles. Developmental Psychology.
Riggs, A.E., Alibali, M.W., & Kalish, C.W. (2015). Leave her out of it: Person-presentation of strategies is harmful for transfer.Cognitive Science. doi.org/10.1111/cogs.12224
Riggs, A.E., Kalish, C.W., & Alibali, M.W. (2014). Property content guides children’s memory for social learning episodes. Cognition, 131 (2), 243-253. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2014.01.004
Riggs, A.E., Kalish, C.W., & Alibali, M.W. (2014). When you’ve seen one, have you seen them all? Children’s memory for general and specific learning episodes. Developmental Psychology, 50(6), 1653-1659. doi: 10.1037/a0036130
Journal Articles Under Revision/Review:
Kalish, C.W., Riggs, A.E., Noll, N. (under review). Young Children are Sensitive to Task Context When Learning Predictive Patterns.
Riggs, A.E. (under review). Social Statistics: Children employ statistical reasoning in their inferences about the scope of social behavior.