Kondrad, Robyn

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PLAYING WITH TRANSGRESSORS: PRESCHOOLERS CONSIDER REPUTATION AND SAFETY WHEN CHOOSING PLAYMATES 2015 482 Preschoolers think physically mean peers are unlikely to be helpful and deserve to bepunished and excluded from play (Kondrad & Jaswal, 2013). Even after transgressors arepunished, children are unwilling to play with them. There is an adaptive explan...
Against The Odds: Preschoolers, Like Adults, Predict Outcomes That Are Desirable But Unlikely 2016 361 Adults’ expectations are often biased by their desires, a phenomenon known as the desirability bias. The current study was the first to investigate the desirability bias in 4- and 5-year-old children and adults. Participants predicted whether a criti...
What’s In A Name?: Preschoolers Treat A Bug As A Moral Agent When It Has A Proper Name 2017 215 Children encounter anthropomorphized objects daily: in advertisements, media, and books. Past research suggests that features like eyes or displaying intentional, goal-directed behaviors, increases how humanly non-human agents are perceived. When adu...
Preschoolers Think Strangers Will Share The Same Knowledge As Other Group Members, But Will Not Behave Like Them 2018 111 Children learn much of what they know from others’ testimony. But, they are selective: children as young as 3 consider cues to credibility like past accuracy, benevolence, and group membership to decide whom to trust. Research on credulity has center...
Informants’ Race And Accent Influence Preschoolers’ Uptake Of Irregular Nouns And Verbs 2018 44 When young children are learning the structure of the English language, they learn rules like “add –s if there is more than one of something.” However, as a more experienced speaker would quickly point out, not all words abide by these simple princip...