Carolyn Baer

2012-2015 Psychology University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada 
 2015-2020 Psychology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
 2021- Psychology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Cognitive Development
"Carolyn Baer"


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J Kiley Hamlin research assistant 2013-2013 UBC
Stephanie M. Denison research assistant 2013-2014 University of Waterloo
Ori Friedman grad student 2012-2015 University of Watrloo (Neurotree)
Susan A. Birch grad student 2015-2020 UBC (Neurotree)
Darko Odic grad student 2015-2020 UBC
Jan Engelmann post-doc 2021- UC Berkeley
Celeste Kidd post-doc 2021- UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
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Dramkin D, Bonn CD, Baer C, et al. (2022) The malleable impact of non-numeric features in visual number perception. Acta Psychologica. 230: 103737
Baer C, Malik P, Odic D. (2021) Are children's judgments of another's accuracy linked to their metacognitive confidence judgments? Metacognition and Learning. 16: 485-516
Baer C, Odic D. (2021) Mini managers: Children strategically divide cognitive labor among collaborators, but with a self-serving bias. Child Development
Baer C, Odic D. (2020) Children flexibly compare their confidence within and across perceptual domains. Developmental Psychology
Baer C, Odic D. (2019) Certainty in numerical judgments develops independently of the approximate number system Cognitive Development. 52: 100817
Baer C, Gill IK, Odic D. (2018) A Domain-General Sense of Confidence in Children Open Mind. 2: 86-96
Baer C, Friedman O. (2017) Fitting the Message to the Listener: Children Selectively Mention General and Specific Facts. Child Development
Odic D, Baer C. (2017) Domain-general individual and developmental differences in confidence acuity Journal of Vision. 17: 452
Baer C, Friedman O. (2016) Children's generic interpretation of pretense. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 150: 99-111
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