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Developing intuitions about free will between ages four and six
T Kushnir, A Gopnik, N Chernyak, E Seiver, HM Wellman
Cognition 138, 79-101, 2015
112*2015
Giving preschoolers choice increases sharing behavior
N Chernyak, T Kushnir
Psychological Science 24 (10), 1971-1979, 2013
922013
A comparison of American and Nepalese children's concepts of freedom of choice and social constraint
N Chernyak, T Kushnir, KM Sullivan, Q Wang
Cognitive science 37 (7), 1343-1355, 2013
872013
Being excluded by one means being excluded by all: Perceiving exclusion from inclusive others during one-person social exclusion
N Chernyak, V Zayas
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (3), 582-585, 2010
692010
Equal but not always fair: Value‐laden sharing in preschool‐aged children
N Chernyak, DM Sobel
Social Development 25 (2), 340-351, 2016
582016
The self as a moral agent: Preschoolers behave morally but believe in the freedom to do otherwise
N Chernyak, T Kushnir
Journal of Cognition and Development 15 (3), 453-464, 2014
53*2014
Numerical cognition explains age-related changes in third-party fairness.
N Chernyak, B Sandham, PL Harris, S Cordes
Developmental Psychology 52 (10), 1555, 2016
522016
Explaining early moral hypocrisy: Numerical cognition promotes equal sharing behavior in preschool‐aged children
N Chernyak, PL Harris, S Cordes
Developmental science 22 (1), e12695, 2019
482019
Paying back people who harmed us but not people who helped us: Direct negative reciprocity precedes direct positive reciprocity in early development
N Chernyak, KL Leimgruber, YC Dunham, J Hu, PR Blake
Psychological Science 30 (9), 1273-1286, 2019
432019
Children’s cognitive and behavioral reactions to an autonomous versus controlled social robot dog
N Chernyak, HE Gary
Early Education and Development 27 (8), 1175-1189, 2016
362016
The cultural roots of free will beliefs: How Singaporean and US Children judge and explain possibilities for action in interpersonal contexts.
N Chernyak, C Kang, T Kushnir
Developmental psychology 55 (4), 866, 2019
342019
The influence of understanding and having choice on children's prosocial behavior
N Chernyak, T Kushnir
Current opinion in psychology 20, 107-110, 2018
332018
Training preschoolers’ prospective abilities through conversation about the extended self.
N Chernyak, KA Leech, ML Rowe
Developmental Psychology 53 (4), 652, 2017
312017
“But he didn’t mean to do it”: Preschoolers correct punishments imposed on accidental transgressors
N Chernyak, DM Sobel
Cognitive Development 39, 13-20, 2016
302016
Varieties of young children’s prosocial behavior in Zambia: The role of cognitive ability, wealth, and inequality beliefs
N Chernyak, T Harvey, AR Tarullo, PC Rockers, PR Blake
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2209, 2018
262018
Get to the point: Preschoolers’ spontaneous gesture use during a cardinality task
R Gordon, N Chernyak, S Cordes
Cognitive Development 52, 100818, 2019
202019
Number-based sharing: Conversation about quantity in the context of resource distribution
N Chernyak
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 50, 90-96, 2020
132020
Preschoolers’ selfish sharing is reduced by prior experience with proportional generosity
N Chernyak, BY Trieu, T Kushnir
Open Mind 1 (1), 42-52, 2017
112017
Memory development and eyewitness testimony
SJ Ceci, S Fitneva, Aydın, N Chernyak
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
112014
Giving a larger amount or a larger proportion: Stimulus format impacts children’s social evaluations.
MA Hurst, A Shaw, N Chernyak, SC Levine
Developmental Psychology 56 (12), 2212, 2020
102020
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