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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. Cognitive Development Society (2019).
Origins of the concepts cause, cost, and goal in prereaching infants. PNAS (2019). doi:https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1904410116
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).