Katherine D. Kinzler, Ph. D.

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Psychology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
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Parents

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Elizabeth S. Spelke grad student 2008 Harvard
 (The native language of social cognition: Developmental origins of social preferences based on language.)

Children

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Jennifer Meredith Galamba research assistant 2012- Chicago
Nicole C. Baltazar grad student 2012 Chicago
Zoe Liberman grad student 2011-2017 Chicago
Jessica Bregant grad student 2013-2018 (PsychTree)
Kathleen R. Sullivan post-doc Chicago
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Kinzler KD, Shutts K. (2018) Ways to promote and foster collaborative research in your lab. Nature. 560: 673
DeJesus JM, Shutts K, Kinzler KD. (2017) Mere social knowledge impacts children's consumption and categorization of foods. Developmental Science
Liberman Z, Kinzler KD, Woodward AL. (2017) The early social significance of shared ritual actions. Cognition. 171: 42-51
DeJesus JM, Hwang HG, Dautel JB, et al. (2017) Bilingual children's social preferences hinge on accent. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 164: 178-191
DeJesus JM, Hwang HG, Dautel JB, et al. (2017) "American = English Speaker" Before "American = White": The Development of Children's Reasoning About Nationality. Child Development
Liberman Z, Woodward AL, Kinzler KD. (2017) The Origins of Social Categorization. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Kinzler KD, Liberman Z. (2017) Infants' inferences about language are social. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Liberman Z, Woodward AL, Sullivan KR, et al. (2016) Early emerging system for reasoning about the social nature of food. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Liberman Z, Woodward AL, Kinzler KD. (2016) Preverbal Infants Infer Third-Party Social Relationships Based on Language. Cognitive Science
Liberman Z, Woodward AL, Keysar B, et al. (2016) Exposure to multiple languages enhances communication skills in infancy. Developmental Science
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