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Hard choices: Children’s understanding of the cost of action selection. . Cognitive Science Society (2019).
Origins of the concepts cause, cost, and goal in prereaching infants. PNAS (2019). doi:https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1904410116
Origins of the concepts cause, cost, and goal in prereaching infants. Cognitive Development Society (2019).
People's perceptions of others’ risk preferences. Cognitive Science Society (2019).
Six-month-old infants expect agents to minimize the cost of their actions. Cognition 160, 35-42 (2017).
Ten-month-old infants infer the value of goals from the costs of actions. Science 358, 1038-1041 (2017).
Ten-month-old infants infer value from effort. SRCD (2017).
Ten-month-old infants infer value from effort. Society for Research in Child Development (2017).
Continuous representations of action efficiency in infancy. CEU Conference on Cognitive Development (BCCCD16) (2016).
Pre-reaching infants expect causal agents to act efficiently without motor training. 20th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS) (2016).
Six-month-old infants represent action efficiency on a continuous scale. 9th Biennial Meeting of the Cognitive Development Society (CDS) (2015).