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Leech, K. A., Haber, A. S., Arunachalam, S., Kurkul, K., & Corriveau, K. H. (2019). On the malleability of selective trust. Journal of experimental child psychology183, 65-74. PDF

Campbell, I. & Corriveau, K.H. (2018). The role of testimony in children’s belief in the existence of the unobservable. In M.M. Saylor & P. Ganea (eds.) Active Learning from Infancy to Childhood: Social Motivation, Cognition, and Linguistic Mechanisms. Springer International: New York, NY. [email for copy]

Chen, E. E., Corriveau, K. H., Lai, V. K., Poon, S. L. & Gaither, S. E. (2018). Learning and Socializing Preferences in Hong Kong Chinese Children. Child Development. PDF

Davoodi, T., Jamshidi-Sianaki, M., Abedi, F., Payir, A., Cui, Y. K., Harris, P. L., & Corriveau, K. H. (2018). Beliefs About Religious and Scientific Entities Among Parents and Children in Iran. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1948550618806057. PDF

Harris, P. L., Koenig, M. A., Corriveau, K. H., & Jaswal, V. K. (2018). Cognitive foundations of learning from testimony. Annual review of psychology69. PDF

Kurkul, K. E. & Corriveau, K. H. (2018). Question, Explanation, Follow‐Up: A Mechanism for Learning From Others?. Child Development, 89: 280-294. PDF

Payir, A., Davoodi, T., Sianaki, M. J., Harris, P. L., & Corriveau, K. (2018). Coexisting religious and scientific beliefs among Iranian parents. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 24(2), 240-244. PDF

Yu, Y., Shafto, P., Bonawitz, E., Yang, S. C., Golinkoff, R. M., Corriveau, K. H., …Xu, F. (2018). The Theoretical and Methodological Opportunities Afforded by Guided Play With Young Children. Frontiers in psychology9, 1152 PDF

Corriveau, K.H., DiYanni, C.J., Clegg, J.M., Min, G., Chin, J., & Nasrini, J. (2017). Cultural differences in the imitation and transmission of inefficient actions, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Volume 161, 2017, Pages 1-18. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Ronfard, S. & Cui, Y.K. (2017). Cognitive mechanisms associated with children’s selective teaching. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-18. PDF

Clegg, J. M., & Corriveau, K. H. (2017). Children begin with the same start-up software, but their software updates are cultural. Behavioral and Brain Sciences40. [email for copy]

Kurkul, K. & Corriveau, K.H. (2017). The uncontrollable nature of early learning experiences. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. [email for copy]

Chen, E.E., Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L. (2016). Person perception across development in two cultures. Journal of Cognition and Development, 17, 447-467 PDF

Corriveau, K.H. & Chen, EE. (2016). Developmental precursors to the cultural transmission of religious information. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 39, e8. [email for copy]

Corriveau, K.H., Kipling, R., Biarnes, M., Ronfard, S. & Harris, P.L. (2016). The Living Laboratory Model: Bridging child development research and informal science education. In D. Sobel & J.Jipson (eds.) Cognitive Development in Museum Settings: Relating Research and Practice (pp. 65-83). Psychology Press: UK. [email for copy]

Corriveau, K.H., Kurkul, K. & Arunachalam, S. (2016). Preschoolers’ preference for syntactic complexity varies by socioeconomic status. Child Development, 87, 1529-1537. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Min, G., Chin, J. & Doan, S. (2016).  Do as I do, not as I say: Children’s learning of self-regulatory strategies.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 153, 179-187. PDF

Davoodi, T., Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L. (2016).  Distinguishing between realistic and fantastical stories in Iran.  Developmental Psychology, 52(2), 221. PDF

Ronfard, S. & Corriveau, K.H. (2016). Teaching and preschoolers’ ability to infer knowledge from mistakes. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 150, 87-96. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Chen, E.E. & Harris, P.L. (2015).  Judgment about fact and fiction by children from religious and non-religious backgrounds.  Cognitive Science, 39, 353-382. PDF

Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L. (2015).  Children’s developing realization that some stories are true: Links to the understanding of belief and signs.  Cognitive Development, 34, 76-87. PDF

DiYanni, C., Corriveau, K.H., Kurkul, K., Nasrini, J. & Nini, N. (2015).  The role of consensus and culture in the imitation of questionable actions.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 137, 99-110. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Einav, S., Robinson, E. & Harris, P.L. (2014).  To the letter: Early readers trust print-based over oral instructions to guide their actions.  British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 32, 345-358. PDF

Corriveau, K.H. & Kurkul, K. (2014).  “Why does rain fall?”: Children prefer to learn from an informant who uses non-circular explanations.  Child Development, 85, 1827-1835. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Min, G., & Kurkul, K. (2014).  Cultural differences in children’s learning from others.  In S. Einav & E. Robinson (eds.) Trust and Skepticism: Children’s Selective Learning from Testimony.  Psychology Press: UK. [email for copy]

Corriveau, K.H. & Dwyer, J. (2014).  Learning from adults: Lessons for research methods in Early Childhood Education.  In Olivia Saracho (ed.) Handbook of Research Methods in Early Childhood Education: Volume 1. (pp. 599-641). Information Age Publishing, NC. [email for copy]

Gaither, S.E., Chen, E.E., Corriveau, K.H., Harris, P.L., Ambady, N., Sommers, S.R. (2014).  Monoracial and biracial children: effects of racial identity saliency on learning and social preferences.  Child Development, 85, 2299-2316. PDF

Harris, P.L. & Corriveau, K.H. (2014).  Learning from testimony about religion and science.  In S. Einav & E. Robinson (eds.) Trust and Skepticism: Children’s Selective Learning from Testimony.  Psychology Press: UK. [email for copy]

Corriveau, K.H., Kim, E., Song, G. & Harris, P.L.  (2013).  Young children’s deference to a majority varies by culture.  Journal of Cognition and Culture, 13, 367-381. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Kinzler, K.D. & Harris (2013). Accuracy trumps accent in children’s endorsement of object labels.  Developmental Psychology, 49, 470-479.  PDF

Harris, P.L. & Corriveau, K.H. (2013).  Judging for yourself versus listening to others: Conformity revisited. In M.Banaji and S.Gelman (eds.) Navigating the Social World: What infants, children, and other species can teach us. (pp. 230-234). Oxford University Press, NY. [email for copy]

Harris, P.L., Corriveau, K.H., Pasquini, E.S., Koenig, M.A. & Clement, F. (2012) Credulity and the development of selective trust in early childhood.  In M. Beran, J. Brandl, J. Perner & J. Proust (eds.)  Foundations of Metacognition. (pp. 193-210). Oxford University Press, NY. [email for copy]

Chen, E.E., Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L. (2013). Children lose trust in a consensus composed of outgroup members – but do not retain that trust. Child Development, 84, 269-282. PDF

Chen, E.E, Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L.  (2011).  Children are sociologists.  Invited paper for the special issue “Social and Developmental Aspects in Prejudice in Childhood”,  Anales de Psycologia, 27, 625-630. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Pickard, K. & Harris, P.L.  (2011). Preschoolers trust particular informants when learning new names and new morphological forms.  British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29, 46-63. PDF

Fusaro, M, Corriveau, K.H., & Harris, P.L.  (2011).  The good, the strong, and the accurate. Preschoolers’ evaluations of accurate and strong informants.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 110, 561-574. PDF

Harris, P.L. & Corriveau, K.H. (2011).  Young children’s selective trust in informants.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 366, 1179-1187. PDF

Kinzler, K.D., Corriveau, K.H., & Harris, P.L.  (2011).  Preschoolers’ use of accent when deciding which informant to trust.  Developmental Science, 14, 106-111. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Goswami, U. & Thomson, J.  (2010) Auditory processing and early literacy skills in a preschool and kindergarten population.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 43, 369-382. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Goswami, U. & Thomson, J.  (2010) Auditory processing and early literacy skills in a preschool and kindergarten population.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 43, 369-382. PDF

Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L. (2010).  Preschoolers (sometimes) defer to the majority when making simple perceptual judgments.  Developmental Psychology, 26, 437-445. PDF

Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L. (2010) Young children’s trust in what other people say.  In Ken Rotenberg (ed.) Interpersonal trust during childhood and adolescence.(pp. 87-109) Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. [email for copy]

Sobel, D.M & Corriveau, K.H. (2010). Children monitor individuals’ expertise for word learning.  Child Development, 81, 669-679. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Fusaro, M. & Harris, P.L. (2009).  Going with the flow: Preschoolers prefer non-dissenters as informants.  Psychological Science, 20, 372-377. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Kim, A.L., Schwalen, C.E. & Harris, P.L. (2009).  Abraham Lincoln and Harry Potter:  Children’s differentiation between historical and fantasy characters.  Cognition, 113, 213-225. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Harris, P.L., Meins, E., Ferneyhough, C., Arnott, B., Elliott, L., Liddle, B., Hearn, A., Vittorini, L. & de Rosnay, M. (2009). Young children’s trust in their mother’s claims: Longitudinal links with attachment security in infancy.  Child Development, 80, 750-761. PDF

Corriveau, K.H. & Goswami, U.  (2009) Rhythmic motor entrainment in children with speech and language impairments: Tapping to the beat.  Cortex, 45, 119-130.  PDF

Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L.  (2009a).  Preschoolers continue to trust a more accurate informant 1 week after exposure to accuracy information.  Developmental Science, 12, 188-193. PDF

Corriveau, K.H. & Harris, P.L.  (2009b) Choosing your informant: Weighing familiarity and past accuracy.  Developmental Science, 12, 426-437.  PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Meints, K., & Harris, P.L.  (2009). Early tracking of informant accuracy and inaccuracy by young children.  British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 27, 331-342. PDF

Chang, B.S., Katzir, T., Liu, T., Corriveau, K., Barzillai, M., Apse, K.A., Bodell, A., Hackney, D., Alsop, D., Wong, S., Walsh, C.A.  (2007). A structural basis for reading fluency: White matter defects in a genetic brain malformation.  Neurology, 69, 2146-2159. PDF

Corriveau, K, Pasquini, E., & Goswami,U. (2007) Basic auditory processing skills and Specific Language Impairment: A new look at an old hypothesis. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 50, 647-666. PDF

Pasquini, E., Corriveau, K.H., & Goswami, U. (2007).  Auditory processing of amplitude envelope rise time in adults diagnosed with dyslexia. Scientific Studies of Reading, 11, 259-286. PDF

Pasquini, E., Corriveau, K.H., Koenig, M. & Harris, P.L. (2007).  Preschoolers monitor the relative accuracy of informants.  Developmental Psychology, 49, 1216, 1226. PDF

Sobel, D., Li, J. & Corriveau, K.H. (2007).  It danced around my head and I learned it.  Children’s developing understanding of learning.  Journal of Cognition and Development. 8, 345-369. PDF

Corriveau, K.H., Pasquini, E., & Harris, P.L.  (2005)  If it’s in your brain, it’s in your mind.  Children’s developing anatomy of identity.  Cognitive Development, 20, 321-340.  PDF