Linda Harrison


Contact categoryResearcher
Job titleSessional Academic 40-900676
Research instituteFaculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences

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Implicit theories and naïve beliefs: Using the theory of practice architectures to deconstruct the practices of early childhood educators
Salamon, Andi, Sumsion, Jennifer, Press, Frances and Harrison, Linda. (2016). Implicit theories and naïve beliefs: Using the theory of practice architectures to deconstruct the practices of early childhood educators. Journal of Early Childhood Research. 14(4), pp. 431 - 443. https://doi.org/10.1177/1476718X14563857

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Early childhood educators' conceptions of infants' capabilities: The nexus between beliefs and practice
Salamon, Andi and Harrison, Linda. (2015). Early childhood educators' conceptions of infants' capabilities: The nexus between beliefs and practice. Early Years. 35(3), pp. 273 - 288. https://doi.org/10.1080/09575146.2015.1042961

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