Caren M. Walker

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
Development, Cognitive Science, Learning
"Caren Walker"
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Ellen L. Air grad student UC Berkeley
Alison Gopnik grad student 2010-2015 UC Berkeley
Tania Lombrozo grad student 2010-2015 UC Berkeley
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Lapidow E, Walker CM. (2024) Learners' causal intuitions explain behavior in control of variables tasks. Developmental Psychology
Amemiya J, Heyman GD, Walker CM. (2024) How barriers become invisible: Children are less sensitive to constraints that are stable over time. Developmental Science. e13496
Amemiya J, Heyman GD, Walker CM. (2023) Emphasizing others' persistence can promote unwarranted social inferences in children and adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Brockbank E, Lombrozo T, Gopnik A, et al. (2022) Ask me why, don't tell me why: Asking children for explanations facilitates relational thinking. Developmental Science. e13274
Tillman KA, Walker CM. (2022) You can't change the past: Children's recognition of the causal asymmetry between past and future events. Child Development
Brockbank E, Walker CM. (2022) Explanation impacts hypothesis generation, but not evaluation, during learning. Cognition. 225: 105100
Lapidow E, Tandon T, Goddu M, et al. (2021) A Tale of Three Platforms: Investigating Preschoolers' Second-Order Inferences Using In-Person, Zoom, and Lookit Methodologies. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 731404
Lapidow E, Walker CM. (2021) Rethinking the "gap": Self-directed learning in cognitive development and scientific reasoning. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1580
Lapidow E, Killeen I, Walker CM. (2021) Learning to recognize uncertainty vs. recognizing uncertainty to learn: Confidence judgments and exploration decisions in preschoolers. Developmental Science. e13178
Goddu MK, Sullivan JN, Walker CM. (2021) Toddlers learn and flexibly apply multiple possibilities. Child Development
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