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Tamar Kushnir
Tamar Kushnir
Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience, Duke University
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A theory of causal learning in children: causal maps and Bayes nets.
A Gopnik, C Glymour, DM Sobel, LE Schulz, T Kushnir, D Danks
Psychological review 111 (1), 3, 2004
16282004
Young children use statistical sampling to infer the preferences of other people
T Kushnir, F Xu, HM Wellman
Psychological science 21 (8), 1134-1140, 2010
3322010
Knowledge matters: how children evaluate the reliability of testimony as a process of rational inference.
DM Sobel, T Kushnir
Psychological Review 120 (4), 779, 2013
3022013
Young children infer causal strength from probabilities and interventions
T Kushnir, A Gopnik
Psychological Science 16 (9), 678-683, 2005
2342005
Conditional probability versus spatial contiguity in causal learning: Preschoolers use new contingency evidence to overcome prior spatial assumptions.
T Kushnir, A Gopnik
Developmental psychology 43 (1), 186, 2007
2182007
Infants are rational constructivist learners
F Xu, T Kushnir
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (1), 28-32, 2013
2052013
The importance of decision making in causal learning from interventions
DM Sobel, T Kushnir
Memory & Cognition 34, 411-419, 2006
1182006
Developing intuitions about free will between ages four and six
T Kushnir, A Gopnik, N Chernyak, E Seiver, HM Wellman
Cognition 138, 79-101, 2015
1152015
The role of preschoolers’ social understanding in evaluating the informativeness of causal interventions
T Kushnir, HM Wellman, SA Gelman
Cognition 107 (3), 1084-1092, 2008
1152008
The child as econometrician: A rational model of preference understanding in children
CG Lucas, TL Griffiths, F Xu, C Fawcett, A Gopnik, T Kushnir, L Markson, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e92160, 2014
1102014
Giving preschoolers choice increases sharing behavior
N Chernyak, T Kushnir
Psychological Science 24 (10), 1971-1979, 2013
1092013
“Who can help me fix this toy?” The distinction between causal knowledge and word knowledge guides preschoolers' selective requests for information.
T Kushnir, C Vredenburgh, LA Schneider
Developmental psychology 49 (3), 446, 2013
1092013
A comparison of American and Nepalese children's concepts of freedom of choice and social constraint
N Chernyak, T Kushnir, KM Sullivan, Q Wang
Cognitive science 37 (7), 1343-1355, 2013
1032013
Learning from doing: Intervention and causal inference.
L Schulz, T Kushnir, A Gopnik
Oxford University Press, 2007
91*2007
Inferring hidden causes
T Kushnir, A Gopnik, L Schulz, D Danks
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 25 (25), 2003
902003
What I don’t know won’t hurt you: The relation between professed ignorance and later knowledge claims.
T Kushnir, MA Koenig
Developmental psychology 53 (5), 826, 2017
862017
Rational constructivism in cognitive development
T Kushnir, F Xu
Academic Press, 2012
822012
Infants use statistical sampling to understand the psychological world
HM Wellman, T Kushnir, F Xu, KA Brink
Infancy 21 (5), 668-676, 2016
722016
Children protest moral and conventional violations more when they believe actions are freely chosen
M Josephs, T Kushnir, M Gräfenhain, H Rakoczy
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 141, 247-255, 2016
652016
The cultural roots of free will beliefs: How Singaporean and US Children judge and explain possibilities for action in interpersonal contexts.
N Chernyak, C Kang, T Kushnir
Developmental psychology 55 (4), 866, 2019
532019
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