Igor Bascandziev, Ed.D.
|2011||Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States|
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|Bascandziev I, Tardiff N, Zaitchik D, et al. (2018) The role of domain-general cognitive resources in children's construction of a vitalist theory of biology. Cognitive Psychology. 104: 1-28|
|Tardiff N, Bascandziev I, Sandor K, et al. (2017) Some consequences of normal aging for generating conceptual explanations: A case study of vitalist biology. Cognitive Psychology. 95: 145-163|
|Bascandziev I, Harris PL. (2016) The beautiful and the accurate: Are children's selective trust decisions biased? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 152: 92-105|
|Bascandziev I, Powell LJ, Harris PL, et al. (2016) A role for executive functions in explanatory understanding of the physical world Cognitive Development. 39: 71-85|
|Carey S, Zaitchik D, Bascandziev I. (2015) Theories of development: In dialog with Jean Piaget Developmental Review|
|Bascandziev I, Harris PL. (2014) In beauty we trust: children prefer information from more attractive informants. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 32: 94-9|
|Bascandziev I, Harris PL. (2011) Gravity is not the only ruler for falling events: Young children stop making the gravity error after receiving additional perceptual information about the tubes mechanism. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 109: 468-77|
|Bascandziev I, Harris PL. (2010) The role of testimony in young children's solution of a gravity-driven invisible displacement task Cognitive Development. 25: 233-246|