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Selective credulity

People often prefer members of their own group to members of other groups.  This ingroup favoritism emerges early…
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  • Award update: Kathryn Harper

    Kathryn received two awards this fall! The first being the Graduate Showcase New-Economy Award and the second being, the Psychology Graduate Students Association (PGSA) Research Symposium Poster Award [...]

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  • New Conference Presentation in Portland, Oregon!

    In October, the ECC lab had the opportunity to present two posters: "Children's Attitudes Toward Gossipers" and "Young Children's Resistance to Misinformation: The Effects of Executive Functions and [...]

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  • New Conference Presentation in Austin, Texas!

    In October, the ECC lab had the opportunity to present "The Effect of Interviewer Rapport Building on Children's Credulity Toward Misinformation", and "Less is More: Development of Children's Prefer [...]

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  • New Conference Presentation in Japan!

    In August, the ECC Lab had the opportunity to present "The role of minority/majority status in young children's racial awareness and social preferences"at the 23rd International Association for Cross- [...]

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  • Award Update: Kathryn Harper

    Kathryn received the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Master’s CGS Award, an award that recognizes a student who demonstrates a high standard of achievement in early graduate [...]

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