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Rational inference of beliefs and desires from emotional expressions. Cognitive Science 42, (2018).
Changing minds: Children’s inferences about third party belief revision. Developmental Science e12553 (2017). doi:10.1111/desc.12553
Children understand that agents maximize expected utilities. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146, 1574 - 1585 (2017).
Infants make more attempts to achieve a goal when they see adults persist. Science 357, 1290 - 1294 (2017).
Inferring Beliefs and Desires From Emotional Reactions to Anticipated and Observed Events. Child Development (2017). doi:10.1111/cdev.12759
Lookit (Part 1): a new online platform for developmental research. Open Mind 1, (2017).
Lookit (Part 2): Assessing the viability of online developmental research, Results from three case studies. Open Mind 1, (2017).
Moral alchemy: How love changes norms. 167, 135 -150 (2017).
Moral alchemy: How love changes norms. Cognition 167, 135-150 (2017).
One- to Four-year-olds’ Ability to Connect Diverse Positive Emotional Expressions to Their Probable Causes . Society for Research in Child Development (2017).
The invisible hand: Toddlers connect probabilistic events with agentive causes. Cognitive Science 40, 23 (2016).
Children’s understanding of the costs and rewards underlying rational action. Cognition 140, 14–23 (2015).
A fine-grained understanding of emotions: Young children match within-valence emotional expressions to their causes. Cognitive Science Conference (CogSci) 2685-2690 (2015).
Hypothesis-Space Constraints in Causal Learning. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci) (2015). at <https://mindmodeling.org/cogsci2015/papers/0418/index.html>
Imagination and the generation of new ideas. Cognitive Development 34, 99–110 (2015).
Information Selection in Noisy Environments with Large Action Spaces. 9th Biennial Conference of the Cognitive Development Society Columbus, OH, (2015).
Not So Innocent: Toddlers’ Inferences About Costs and Culpability. Psychological Science 26, 633-40 (2015).
Quit while you’re ahead: Preschoolers’ persistence and willingness to accept challenges are affected by social comparison. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci) (2015).
Preschoolers expect others to learn rationally from evidence. Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (2014).