Susan Birch
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Three-and four-year-olds spontaneously use others’ past performance to guide their learning
SAJ Birch, SA Vauthier, P Bloom
Cognition 107 (3), 1018-1034, 2008
The curse of knowledge in reasoning about false beliefs
SAJ Birch, P Bloom
Psychological science 18 (5), 382-386, 2007
Prestige-biased cultural learning: Bystander's differential attention to potential models influences children's learning
M Chudek, S Heller, S Birch, J Henrich
Evolution and human behavior 33 (1), 46-56, 2012
Understanding children's and adults' limitations in mental state reasoning
SAJ Birch, P Bloom
Trends in cognitive sciences 8 (6), 255-260, 2004
Children are cursed: An asymmetric bias in mental-state attribution
SAJ Birch, P Bloom
Psychological Science 14 (3), 283-286, 2003
The role of culture in affective empathy: Cultural and bicultural differences
TG Cassels, S Chan, W Chung
Journal of Cognition and Culture 10 (3-4), 309-326, 2010
Two‐year‐olds are vigilant of others’ non‐verbal cues to credibility
SAJ Birch, N Akmal, KL Frampton
Developmental science 13 (2), 363-369, 2010
Infants use relative numerical group size to infer social dominance
A Pun, SAJ Birch, AS Baron
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (9), 2376-2381, 2016
‘I bet you know more and are nicer too!’: What children infer from others’ accuracy
PE Brosseau‐Liard, SAJ Birch
Developmental Science 13 (5), 772-778, 2010
Perfectionistic self-presentation in children and adolescents: Development and validation of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale—Junior Form.
PL Hewitt, JS Blasberg, GL Flett, A Besser, SB Sherry, C Caelian, ...
Psychological assessment 23 (1), 125, 2011
When knowledge is a curse: Children's and adults' reasoning about mental states
SAJ Birch
Current directions in psychological science 14 (1), 25-29, 2005
Preschoolers are sensitive to the speaker’s knowledge when learning proper names
SAJ Birch, P Bloom
Child development 73 (2), 434-444, 2002
Insecure attachment, perfectionistic self-presentation, and social disconnection in adolescents
C Chen, PL Hewitt, GL Flett, TG Cassels, S Birch, JS Blasberg
Personality and Individual Differences 52 (8), 936-941, 2012
Epistemic states and traits: Preschoolers appreciate the differential informativeness of situation‐specific and person‐specific cues to knowledge
PE Brosseau‐Liard, SAJ Birch
Child development 82 (6), 1788-1796, 2011
You seem certain but you were wrong before: Developmental change in preschoolers’ relative trust in accurate versus confident speakers
P Brosseau-Liard, T Cassels, S Birch
PloS one 9 (9), e108308, 2014
Children can learn new facts equally well from interactive media versus face to face instruction
K Kwok, S Ghrear, V Li, T Haddock, P Coleman, SAJ Birch
Frontiers in psychology 7, 220068, 2016
What can children tell us about hindsight bias: a fundamental constraint on perspective–taking?
SAJ Birch, DM Bernstein
Social cognition 25 (1), 98-113, 2007
Enhancing “theory of mind” through behavioral synchrony
A Baimel, RL Severson, AS Baron, SAJ Birch
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 145793, 2015
The effects of contingency in previous interactions on infants’ preference for social partners
AE Bigelow, SAJ Birch
Infant Behavior and Development 22 (3), 367-382, 1999
Do minds switch bodies? Dualist interpretations across ages and societies
M Chudek, RA McNamara, S Birch, P Bloom, J Henrich
Religion, Brain & Behavior 8 (4), 354-368, 2018
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