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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Mathy F, Friedman O. (2019) Working memory develops at a similar rate across diverse stimuli. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 191: 104735
Doan T, Friedman O, Denison S. (2019) Young Children Use Probability to Infer Happiness and the Quality of Outcomes. Psychological Science. 956797619895282
Weatherhead D, Friedman O, White KS. (2019) Preschoolers are sensitive to accent distance. Journal of Child Language. 1-15
Pesowski ML, Kanngiesser P, Friedman O. (2019) Give and take: Ownership affects how 2- and 3-year-olds allocate resources. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Pesowski ML, Friedman O. (2019) Children value objects with distinctive histories. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Nancekivell S, Friedman O. (2018) Spoiled for choice: Identifying the building blocks of folk-economic beliefs. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 41: e183
Nancekivell SE, Friedman O, Gelman SA. (2018) Ownership Matters: People Possess a Naïve Theory of Ownership. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Weatherhead D, White KS, Friedman O. (2018) Children's accent-based inferences depend on geographic background. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Doan T, Friedman O, Denison S. (2018) Beyond belief: The probability-based notion of surprise in children. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Pesowski ML, Friedman O. (2018) Using versus liking: Young children use ownership to predict actions but not to infer preferences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 169: 19-29
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