Children prefer to learn from mind-readers
What do mind readers know and what do we know about mind readers?
The trouble with halos: Invited commentary on Kim, S., & Harris, P. L. (2014). Children prefer to learn from mind-readers. British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Selecting among extraordinary informants
Knowing how to look predicts the ability to draw realistically
Exploring the longitudinal relationships between the use of grammar in text messaging and performance on grammatical tasks
Children's trust in unexpected oral versus printed suggestions: Limitations of the power of print
Emotion regulation strategies in preschool children
First-hand sensory experience plays a limited role in children's early understanding of seeing and hearing as sources of knowledge: Evidence from typically hearing and deaf children
Effects of measurement aggregation on predicting externalizing problems from preschool behaviour
Whose picture is this? Children's memory for item and source information