Tamar Kushnir, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Human Ecology Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Area:
Social Cognitive Development
Website:
http://www.human.cornell.edu/bio.cfm?netid=tk397
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Parents

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Alison Gopnik grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
 (Children and adults reason about causal uncertainty.)

Children

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Nadia Chernyak grad student UC Irvine
Yue Yu grad student Cornell
Xin Zhao grad student Cornell
Meltem Yucel research scientist 2020-2021 Cornell
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Flanagan T, Zhao XA, Xu F, et al. (2024) Is it personal or is it social? The interaction of knowledge domain and statistical evidence in U.S. and Chinese preschoolers' social generalizations. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Weisman K, Ghossainy ME, Williams AJ, et al. (2024) The development and diversity of religious cognition and behavior: Protocol for Wave 1 data collection with children and parents by the Developing Belief Network. Plos One. 19: e0292755
Finiasz Z, Gelman SA, Kushnir T. (2024) Testimony and observation of statistical evidence interact in adults' and children's category-based induction. Cognition. 244: 105707
Katz T, Kushnir T, Tomasello M. (2023) Children are eager to take credit for prosocial acts, and cost affects this tendency. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 237: 105764
Flanagan T, Wong G, Kushnir T. (2023) The minds of machines: Children's beliefs about the experiences, thoughts, and morals of familiar interactive technologies. Developmental Psychology
Partington S, Nichols S, Kushnir T. (2023) Rational learners and parochial norms. Cognition. 233: 105366
Heck IA, Kushnir T, Kinzler KD. (2023) Building representations of the social world: Children extract patterns from social choices to reason about multi-group hierarchies. Developmental Science. e13366
Shachnai R, Kushnir T, Bian L. (2022) Walking in Her Shoes: Pretending to Be a Female Role Model Increases Young Girls' Persistence in Science. Psychological Science. 9567976221119393
Kushnir T. (2022) Imagination and social cognition in childhood. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1603
Zhao X, Kushnir T. (2022) When it's not easy to do the right thing: Developmental changes in understanding cost drive evaluations of moral praiseworthiness. Developmental Science. e13257
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