Ori Friedman, Ph.D.

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2001 Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
Area:
Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Ellen Winner grad student Boston College
Hiram Brownell grad student 2001 Boston College
 (Do children attribute false beliefs by attending to characteristic features?)
Alan Leslie post-doc Rutgers, New Brunswick
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Shtulman A, Goulding B, Friedman O. (2023) Improbable but possible: Training children to accept the possibility of unusual events. Developmental Psychology
Doan T, Friedman O, Denison S. (2023) Calculated Feelings: How Children Use Probability to Infer Emotions. Open Mind : Discoveries in Cognitive Science. 7: 879-893
Sehl CG, Denison S, Friedman O. (2023) Local or foreign? Flexibility in children's preference for similar others. Developmental Psychology
Starmans C, Friedman O. (2023) Why Children Believe They Are Owned. Open Mind : Discoveries in Cognitive Science. 7: 534-549
Doan T, Denison S, Friedman O. (2023) Close counterfactuals and almost doing the impossible. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Ericson SR, Denison S, Turri J, et al. (2023) Probability and intentional action. Cognitive Psychology. 141: 101551
Doan T, Denison S, Friedman O. (2023) Two kinds of counterfactual closeness. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Sehl CG, Friedman O, Denison S. (2022) The social network: How people infer relationships from mutual connections. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Goulding BW, Stonehouse EE, Friedman O. (2022) Anchored in the present: preschoolers more accurately infer their futures when confronted with their pasts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 377: 20210344
Doan T, Stonehouse E, Denison S, et al. (2022) The odds tell children what people favor. Developmental Psychology
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