Yarrow Dunham

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
intergroup social cognition; developmental social cognition
"Yarrow Dunham"


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Howard Gardner grad student 2001-2007 (Neurotree)
Mahzarin Rustum Banaji grad student 2002-2007 Harvard
Susan Carey grad student 2002-2007 (Neurotree)


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Ashley E. Jordan grad student Yale
Xin Yang grad student 2017- Yale
Lisa Chalik post-doc 2016- Yale
Katherine McAuliffe post-doc 2013-2015 Yale (Primatology Tree)


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David G. Rand collaborator (Neurotree)
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Yang X, Dunham Y. (2019) Minimal but meaningful: Probing the limits of randomly assigned social identities. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 185: 19-34
Chalik L, Dunham Y. (2018) Beliefs About Moral Obligation Structure Children's Social Category-Based Expectations. Child Development
Yang F, Choi YJ, Misch A, et al. (2018) In Defense of the Commons: Young Children Negatively Evaluate and Sanction Free Riders. Psychological Science. 956797618779061
McAuliffe K, Dunham Y. (2017) Fairness overrides group bias in children's second-party punishment. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 146: 485-494
McAuliffe K, Raihani NJ, Dunham Y. (2017) Children are sensitive to norms of giving. Cognition
Dunham Y, Dotsch R, Clark AR, et al. (2016) The Development of White-Asian Categorization: Contributions from Skin Color and Other Physiognomic Cues. Plos One. 11: e0158211
Dunham Y, Lieberman ES, Snell SA. (2016) Does Stigmatized Social Risk Lead to Denialism? Results from a Survey Experiment on Race, Risk Perception, and Health Policy in the United States. Plos One. 11: e0147219
McAuliffe K, Dunham Y. (2016) Group bias in cooperative norm enforcement. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 371
Roussos G, Dunham Y. (2016) The development of stereotype content: The use of warmth and competence in assessing social groups. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 141: 133-44
Dunham Y, Baron AS, Banaji MR. (2015) The development of implicit gender attitudes. Developmental Science
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