Children’s Developing Realization That Some Stories Are True: Links to the Understanding of Beliefs and Signs

K.H. Corriveau and P.L. Harris. Cognitive Development.

Is It Okay to Tell? Children's Judgments About Information Disclosure

S. Kim, P.L. Harris, and F. Warneken. British Journal of Developmental Psychology.

Monoracial and Biracial Children: Effects of Racial Identity Saliency on Social Learning and Social Preferences.

S. Gaither, E.E. Chen, K.H. Corriveau, P.L. Harris, N. Ambady, and S.R. Sommers. Child Development.

The Impact of Abuse and Learning Difficulties on Emotion Understanding in Late Childhood and Early Adolescence

F. Pons, M. de Rosnay, P. Bender, P-A Doudin, P.L. Harris, and M. Gimenez-Dasi. Journal of Genetic Psychology.

Rousseau’s Child: Preschoolers Expect Strangers to Favor Prosocial Actions

F. Clément, P.L. Harris, S. Bernard, J-P. Antonietti, and L. Kaufmann. Swiss Journal of Psychology.

Children Prefer to Learn From Mind-Readers

S. Kim and P.L. Harris. British Journal of Developmental Psychology.

To the Letter: Early Readers Trust Print-Based Over Oral Instructions to Guide Their Actions

K. H. Corriveau, S. Einav, E.J. Robinson, and P.L. Harris. British Journal of Developmental Psychology.

Judgments About Fact and Fiction by Children From Religious and Non-Religious Backgrounds

K.H. Corriveau, E.E. Chen, and P.L. Harris. Cognitive Science.

Infants Understand How Testimony Works

P.L. Harris and J. Lane. Topoi: An International Review of Philosophy.

Belief in Magic Predicts Children's Selective Trust in Informants

S. Kim and P.L. Harris. Journal of Cognition and Development.

Preschoolers' Trust Is Sensitive to Variable Intentions

E. Hoicka, J. Butcher, F. Malla, and P.L. Harris. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.