Lin Bian

Affiliations: 
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
Area:
Developmental psychology
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Renee Baillargeon grad student 2011-2017 (Neurotree)
Andrei Cimpian grad student 2011-2017 UIUC
Ellen Markman post-doc 2017-2019 (Neurotree)
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Kim S, Jin KS, Bian L. (2023) Gender brilliance stereotype emerges early and predicts children's motivation in South Korea. Child Development
Tian Y, Bian L. (2023) Should leaders conform? Developmental evidence from the United States and China. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Bian L, Baillargeon R. (2022) When Are Similar Individuals a Group? Early Reasoning About Similarity and In-Group Support. Psychological Science. 9567976211055185
Shu Y, Hu Q, Xu F, et al. (2022) Gender stereotypes are racialized: A cross-cultural investigation of gender stereotypes about intellectual talents. Developmental Psychology
Bian L, Cimpian A. (2021) Generics about categories and generics about individuals: Same phenomenon or different? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Powell D, Bian L, Markman EM. (2020) When intents to educate can misinform: Inadvertent paltering through violations of communicative norms. Plos One. 15: e0230360
Bian L, Markman EM. (2020) What should we eat for breakfast? American and Chinese children’s prescriptive judgments about breakfast foods Cognitive Development. 54: 100873
Bian L, Markman EM. (2019) Why do we eat cereal but not lamb chops at breakfast? Investigating Americans' beliefs about breakfast foods. Appetite. 144: 104458
Bian L, Leslie SJ, Cimpian A. (2018) Evidence of bias against girls and women in contexts that emphasize intellectual ability. The American Psychologist. 73: 1139-1153
Bian L, Sloane S, Baillargeon R. (2018) Infants expect ingroup support to override fairness when resources are limited. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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