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Other Projects

Projects with my various collaborators and mentors.

Children Use Targets’ Facial Appearance to Guide and Predict Social Behavior

Across four experiments we show that by 5 years of age, A., children reliably made both character and behavior judgments from face-traits and B., children were more likely to give gifts to targets with trustworthy and submissive-looking faces and show concordance between their character evaluations and gift-giving behaviors.