Kathleen H. Corriveau

School of Education Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
"Kathleen Corriveau"
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Davoodi T, Jamshidi-Sianaki M, Payir A, et al. (2022) Miraculous, magical, or mundane? The development of beliefs about stories with divine, magical, or realistic causation. Memory & Cognition
Payir A, Heiphetz L, Harris PL, et al. (2022) What could have been done? Counterfactual alternatives to negative outcomes generated by religious and secular children. Developmental Psychology. 58: 376-391
DiYanni CJ, Clegg JM, Corriveau KH. (2022) If I told you everyone picked that (non-affordant) tool, would you? Children attend to conventional language when imitating and transmitting tool use. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 214: 105293
Payir A, Mcloughlin N, Cui YK, et al. (2021) Children's Ideas About What Can Really Happen: The Impact of Age and Religious Background. Cognitive Science. 45: e13054
McLoughlin N, Finiasz Z, Sobel DM, et al. (2021) Children's developing capacity to calibrate the verbal testimony of others with observed evidence when inferring causal relations. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 210: 105183
Harris PL, Corriveau KH. (2020) Beliefs of children and adults in religious and scientific phenomena. Current Opinion in Psychology. 40: 20-23
Chandler-Campbell IL, Leech KA, Corriveau KH. (2020) Investigating Science Together: Inquiry-Based Training Promotes Scientific Conversations in Parent-Child Interactions. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 1934
Haber AS, Corriveau KH. (2020) Putting social cognitive mechanisms back into cumulative technological culture: Social interactions serve as a mechanism for children's early knowledge acquisition. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 43: e166
Leech KA, Haber AS, Jalkh Y, et al. (2020) Embedding Scientific Explanations Into Storybooks Impacts Children's Scientific Discourse and Learning. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 1016
Payir A, Davoodi T, Cui KY, et al. (2020) Are high levels of religiosity inconsistent with a high valuation of science? Evidence from the United States, China and Iran. International Journal of Psychology : Journal International De Psychologie
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