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Karen Wynn

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Karen Wynn"
Mean distance: 15.09 (cluster 15)
Cross-listing: LinguisTree


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Susan Carey grad student MIT


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Courtney Glavis-Bloom research assistant Yale University
Adena M. Schachner research assistant 2005-2006 Yale
Zoe Liberman research assistant 2008-2011 Yale
Erik Cheries grad student U Mass Amherst
J Kiley Hamlin grad student UBC
Ashley E. Jordan grad student Yale (PsychTree)
Valerie Kuhlmeier grad student Queens University
Kristy L. vanMarle grad student 2004 Yale
Koleen C. McCrink grad student 2007 Yale
Jane K. Hamlin grad student 2010 Yale
Neha Mahajan grad student 2007-2011 Yale
Mark Sheskin grad student 2013 Yale
Stephen R. Mitroff post-doc Yale
Lisa Chalik post-doc 2016- Yale (PsychTree)
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Kominsky JF, Strickland B, Wertz AE, et al. (2017) Categories and Constraints in Causal Perception. Psychological Science. 956797617719930
Tasimi A, Wynn K. (2016) Costly rejection of wrongdoers by infants and children. Cognition. 151: 76-79
Wynn K. (2016) Origins of Value Conflict: Babies Do Not Agree to Disagree. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 20: 3-5
Wertz AE, Wynn K. (2014) Selective social learning of plant edibility in 6- and 18-month-old infants. Psychological Science. 25: 874-82
Sheskin M, Bloom P, Wynn K. (2014) Anti-equality: social comparison in young children. Cognition. 130: 152-6
Wertz AE, Wynn K. (2014) Thyme to touch: infants possess strategies that protect them from dangers posed by plants. Cognition. 130: 44-9
Hamlin JK, Mahajan N, Liberman Z, et al. (2013) Not like me = bad: infants prefer those who harm dissimilar others. Psychological Science. 24: 589-94
Mahajan N, Wynn K. (2012) Origins of "us" versus "them": prelinguistic infants prefer similar others. Cognition. 124: 227-33
Cheries EW, Mitroff SR, Wynn K, et al. (2012) Do the same principles constrain persisting object representations in infant cognition and adult perception?: The cases of continuity and cohesion The Origins of Object Knowledge
Hamlin JK, Wynn K, Bloom P. (2012) Reply to Scarf et al.: Nuanced social evaluation: Association doesn't compute Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: E1427
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