Larisa A. Heiphetz

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2013 Psychology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
development, cognition
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Elizabeth S. Spelke grad student 2013 Harvard
 (The influence of beliefs on children's and adults' cognition and social preferences.)

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James P. Dunlea grad student 2017-2022 Columbia
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Dunlea JP, Wolle RG, Heiphetz, et al. (2020) Enduring positivity: Children of incarcerated parents report more positive than negative emotions when thinking about close others Journal of Cognition and Development. 21: 494-512
Heiphetz L, Lane JD, Waytz A, et al. (2018) My mind, your mind, and God's mind: How children and adults conceive of different agents' moral beliefs. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Heiphetz L, Gelman SA, Young LL. (2017) The perceived stability and biological basis of religious beliefs, factual beliefs, and opinions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 156: 82-98
Heiphetz L, Young LL. (2016) Can only one person be right? The development of objectivism and social preferences regarding widely shared and controversial moral beliefs. Cognition
Heiphetz L, Strohminger N, Young LL. (2016) The Role of Moral Beliefs, Memories, and Preferences in Representations of Identity. Cognitive Science
Heiphetz L, Spelke ES, Young LL. (2015) In the name of God: How children and adults judge agents who act for religious versus secular reasons. Cognition. 144: 134-49
Heiphetz L, Lane JD, Waytz A, et al. (2015) How Children and Adults Represent God's Mind. Cognitive Science
Heiphetz L, Spelke ES, Young LL. (2015) In the name of God: How children and adults judge agents who act for religious versus secular reasons Cognition. 144: 134-149
Heiphetz L, Spelke ES, Harris PL, et al. (2014) What do Different Beliefs Tell us? An Examination of Factual, Opinion-Based, and Religious Beliefs. Cognitive Development. 30: 15-29
Lai CK, Marini M, Lehr SA, et al. (2014) Reducing implicit racial preferences: I. A comparative investigation of 17 interventions. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 1765-85
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