Barbara W. Sarnecka, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
conceptual development, language development
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Parents

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Susan A. Gelman grad student 2004 University of Michigan
 (Language as lens: Plurality marking and numeral learning in English, Japanese, and Russian.)

Children

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Ashley J Thomas grad student 2013-2018 UC Irvine
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Kyle Stanford P, Thomas AJ, Sarnecka BW. (2020) Rationalization may improve predictability rather than accuracy. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 43: e49
Thomas AJ, Sarnecka BW. (2019) Infants Choose Those Who Defer in Conflicts. Current Biology : Cb
Thomas AJ, Thomsen L, Lukowski AF, et al. (2018) Toddlers prefer those who win but not when they win by force. Nature Human Behaviour. 2: 662-669
Thomas AJ, Stanford PK, Sarnecka BW. (2016) Correction: No Child Left Alone: Moral Judgments about Parents Affect Estimates of Risk to Children Collabra. 2
Thomas AJ, Stanford PK, Sarnecka BW. (2016) No Child Left Alone: Moral Judgments about Parents Affect Estimates of Risk to Children Collabra. 2
Thomas AJ, Sarnecka BW. (2015) Exploring the relation between people's theories of intelligence and beliefs about brain development. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 921
Negen J, Sarnecka BW. (2015) Is there really a link between exact-number knowledge and approximate number system acuity in young children? The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 33: 92-105
Sarnecka BW. (2015) Learning to represent exact numbers Synthese
Sarnecka BW. (2014) On the relation between grammatical number and cardinal numbers in development. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1132
Goldman MC, Negen J, Sarnecka BW. (2014) Are bilingual children better at ignoring perceptually misleading information? A novel test. Developmental Science. 17: 956-64
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