Andrei Cimpian

2008-2016 Psychology University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
 2016- Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
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Ellen Markman grad student 2002-2008 Stanford (Neurotree)


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Zachary Horne grad student NYU (Neurotree)
Lin Bian grad student 2011-2017 UIUC
Ryan F Lei post-doc NYU
Jillian Lauer post-doc 2019- NYU (Neurotree)
Andrea C. Vial post-doc 2018-2020 NYU
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Vial AC, Muradoglu M, Newman GE, et al. (2022) An Emphasis on Brilliance Fosters Masculinity-Contest Cultures. Psychological Science. 33: 595-612
Bian L, Cimpian A. (2021) Generics about categories and generics about individuals: Same phenomenon or different? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Goudeau S, Cimpian A. (2021) How Do Young Children Explain Differences in the Classroom? Implications for Achievement, Motivation, and Educational Equity. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 1745691620953781
Siddiqui H, Cimpian A, Rutherford MD. (2020) Canadian children's concepts of national groups: A comparison with children from the United States. Developmental Psychology
Landy JF, Jia ML, Ding IL, et al. (2020) Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results. Psychological Bulletin
Muradoglu M, Cimpian A. (2020) Children's Intuitive Theories of Academic Performance. Child Development. 91: e902-e918
Storage D, Charlesworth TE, Banaji MR, et al. (2020) Adults and children implicitly associate brilliance with men more than women Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 90: 104020
Hammond MD, Cimpian A. (2020) “Wonderful but Weak”: Children’s Ambivalent Attitudes Toward Women Sex Roles. 1-15
Horne Z, Cimpian A. (2019) Intuitions about personal identity are rooted in essentialist thinking across development. Cognition. 191: 103981
Christy AG, Schlegel RJ, Cimpian A. (2019) Why do people believe in a "true self"? The role of essentialist reasoning about personal identity and the self. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 117: 386-416
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