Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The cultural roots of free will beliefs: How Singaporean and U.S. Children judge and explain possibilities for action in interpersonal contexts.

Making sense of human actions involves thinking about both endogenous influences (the internal mental states of agents) and exogenous influences (social, moral, and interpersonal constraints). Culture impacts how we weight the relative causal influence…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Repeated sequential action by young children: Developmental changes in representational flexibility of task context.

A wealth of developmental research suggests that preschoolers are capable of reporting, imitating, and performing sequential actions they engage in routinely. However, few studies have explored the developmental and cognitive mechanisms required for le…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Creation across culture: Children’s tool innovation is influenced by cultural and developmental factors.

Prior research suggests that human children lack an aptitude for tool innovation. However, children’s tool making must be explored across a broader range of tasks and across diverse cultural contexts before we can conclude that they are genuinely poor …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The Children’s Social Understanding Scale: An advanced analysis of a parent-report measure for assessing theory of mind in Polish children with and without disabilities.

The main aims of this study were to further validate the Children’s Social Understanding Scale (CSUS), which is a parent-report measure developed by Tahiroglu and colleagues, and to fill in some gaps in the existing research. Our study included more th…

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