Taking others’ perspectives is already fast in children
We investigated how social categorization affects how fastly and spontaneously we represent what others see and perceive.
What can you remember from last time? – the effects of cultural information...
We designed a two-session game to investigate how the language spoken by the demonstrator affects children's long-term memory.
We can feel alone in digital space too – and may behave differently as...
We looked at how much children monitor their behaviour during an online interaction.
Selective learning beyond social categorisation: the acquisition of general...
We investigated how four-year-olds acquire general (culture-independent) and cultural-specific knowledge.
If we belong to the same group, will we know the same thing?
Children, from a very young age, tend to think in social categories. They may use it as a tool for making inferences about the knowledge of others.
14-month-olds understand if we have understood it or not
In our research, we investigated whether babies understood when an adult had misunderstood something in their presence.
What did the others see? - Memory development in children aged 18 months
In our study, we investigated whether children can use their earlier memories to find out what the others have seen before.
Selective learning from members of one’s own cultural group
In this research project we investigate whether children are more willing to learn from someone whom they perceive as a member of their cultural group.
The relative importance of race and shared knowledge in categorization
We investigate whether children pay more attention to the race or the behavior of the other person when making judgments about their group membership.