Christine A. Fawcett

Affiliations: 
Uppsala University, Uppsala, Uppsala län, Sweden 
Area:
Social-cognitive development
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Cecilia Shore research assistant 1999-2001 Miami University
Lori Markson grad student 2002-2008 UC Berkeley
 (Children's understanding of preference.)
Ulf Liszkowski post-doc 2008-2010 Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
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Shutts K, Kenward B, Falk H, et al. (2017) Early preschool environments and gender: Effects of gender pedagogy in Sweden. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 162: 1-17
Fawcett C, Wesevich V, Gredebäck G. (2016) Pupillary Contagion in Infancy: Evidence for Spontaneous Transfer of Arousal. Psychological Science. 27: 997-1003
Thorgrimsson GB, Fawcett C, Liszkowski U. (2015) 1- and 2-year-olds' expectations about third-party communicative actions. Infant Behavior & Development. 39: 53-66
Thorgrimsson GB, Fawcett C, Liszkowski U. (2014) Infants' expectations about gestures and actions in third-party interactions. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 321
Lucas CG, Griffiths TL, Xu F, et al. (2014) The child as econometrician: a rational model of preference understanding in children. Plos One. 9: e92160
Fawcett C, Liszkowski U. (2012) Mimicry and play initiation in 18-month-old infants. Infant Behavior & Development. 35: 689-96
Fawcett C, Liszkowski U. (2012) Observation and initiation of joint action in infants. Child Development. 83: 434-41
Fawcett C, Liszkowski U. (2012) Infants Anticipate Others' Social Preferences Infant and Child Development. 21: 239-249
Fawcett CA, Markson L. (2010) Children reason about shared preferences. Developmental Psychology. 46: 299-309
Fawcett CA, Markson L. (2010) Similarity predicts liking in 3-year-old children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 105: 345-58
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