• Publications of Naomi Quinn

      • Books

          • N. Quinn, ed.
          • (2005).
          • Finding Culture in Talk: A Collection of Methods.
          • Culture, Mind and Society, book series of the Society for Psychological Anthropology,,
          • Palgrave Macmillan.
          • C. Strauss and N. Quinn.
          • (1997).
          • A Cognitive Theory of Cultural Meaning.
          • Cambridge University Press.
          Publication Description

          http://uk.cambridge.org/

          • N. Quinn.
          • (1987).
          • Cultural Models in Language and Thought.
          • Cambridge University Press.
          Publication Description

          http://uk.cambridge.org/

      • Papers Published

          • N. Quinn.
          • (2011).
          • The History of the Cultural Models School Reconsidered: A Paradigm Shift in Cognitive Anthropology.
          • In D. Kronenfeld, G. Bernardo, M. Fischer, and V. C. de Munck (Eds.),
          • A Companion to Cognitive Anthropology
          • Oxford:
          • Blackwell.
      • Published Articles

          • N. Quinn.
          • (2011).
          • Event sequencing as an organizing cultural principle.
          • Ethos
          • ,
          • 39
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 249-278.
          • N. Quinn.
          • (2010).
          • Commentary: Good Ethnographies Make Good Theory.
          • Ethos
          • ,
          • 38
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 442-449.
          • (Theme Issue, Mothering as Everyday Practice. Edited by K. Barlow and B. Chapin.)
          • N. Quinn.
          • (2006).
          • The Self.
          • Anthropological Theory
          • ,
          • 6
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 365-387.
          • (Theme Issue, The Missing Psychology in Cultural Anthropology's Key Words. Edited by N. Quinn and C. Strauss. Selected as an Honorable Mention for the 208 Award for Exemplary Cross-Field Research, granted by the General Anthropology Division of the American Anthropological Association.)
          • N. Quinn.
          • (2005).
          • Universals of Child Rearing.
          • Anthropological Theory
          • ,
          • 5
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 475-514.
          • (A winner of the 2009 Boyer Prize for Contributions to Psychoanalytic Anthropology, awarded by the Society for Psychological Anthropology.)
          • N. Quinn and W. Luttrell.
          • (2004).
          • Psychodynamic universals, cultural particulars in feminist anthropology: rethinking Hua gender beliefs.
          • Ethos
          • ,
          • 32
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 493-513.
          • (theme issue, Contributions to the Feminist Psychological Anthropology)
          • N. Quinn.
          • (1999).
          • Why are there so few Women Presidents of the Society for Psychological Anthropology?.
          • Ethos
          • ,
          • 27
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 89-103.
          • (theme issue, SPA President's Forum)
          • N. Quinn.
          • (1996).
          • Culture and Contradiction: The Case of Americans Reasoning About Marriage.
          • Ethos
          • ,
          • 24
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 391-425.
          • N. Quinn.
          • (1982).
          • 'Commitment' in American Marriage: A Cultural Analysis.
          • American Ethnologist
          • ,
          • 9
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 755-798.
          • (Reprinted in Directions in Cognitive Anthropology, ed. J. Daougherty. Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press, 1985. Pp. 291-320)
          • N. Quinn.
          • (1978).
          • Do Mfantse Fish Sellers Estimate Probabilities in Their Heads?.
          • American Ethnologist
          • ,
          • 5
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 206-226.
          • N. Quinn.
          • (1977).
          • Anthropological Studies of Women's Status.
          • Annual Review of Anthropology
          • ,
          • 6
          • ,
          • 181-225.
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