Our lab explores how children understand what they know, how they learn, and their ability to make sense of and navigate the social and physical world.
Our lab explores how children and adults form causal interpretations, about how the world works, and how these interpretations compare to other ways of tracking information.
Our lab explores moral reasoning and action in infancy through adulthood, including how we understand moral obligation, prosociality, and punishment.
Our lab explores how children make sense of social categories and social groups, specifically ones they do and do not belong to.
Our lab explores infants and children’s reasoning about others, their social preferences, actions and strategies, and the origins of morality and bigotry.