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Chalik, L. & Rhodes, M. (in press). Preschoolers use social allegiances to predict behavior. Journal of Cognition and Development. [pdf]
Rhodes, M. (in press). How two intuitive theories shape the development of social categorization. Child Development Perspectives. [pdf]
Rhodes, M. (in press). Naïve theories of social groups. Child Development. [pdf]
Rhodes, M. & Chalik, L. (in press). Social categories as markers of intrinsic personal obligations. Psychological Science. [pdf]
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Rhodes, M., Leslie, S.J., & Tworek, C. (2012). Cultural transmission of social essentialism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109, 13526-13531. [pdf]
Rhodes, M. & Brickman, D. (2011). The influence of competition on children’s social categories. Journal of Cognition and Development, 12, 194-221. [pdf]
Rhodes, M., & Brickman, D. (2010). The role of within-category variability in category-based induction: A developmental study. Cognitive Science, 34, 1561-1573. [pdf]
Rhodes, M., Gelman, S.A., & Brickman, D. (2010). Children’s attention to sample composition in learning, teaching, and discovery. Developmental Science, 12,421-429. [pdf]
Rhodes, M. & Gelman, S.A. (2009). A developmental examination of the conceptual structure of animal, artifact, and human social categories across two cultural contexts. Cognitive Psychology, 59, 294-274. [pdf]
Rhodes, M., & Gelman, S.A. (2009). Five-year-olds’ beliefs about the discreteness of category boundaries for animals and artifacts. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 16, 920-924. [pdf]
Taylor, M.G., Rhodes, M., & Gelman, S.A. (2009). Boys will be boys, cows will be cows: Children’s essentialist reasoning about human gender and animal development. Child Development, 79, 1270-1287. [pdf]
Rhodes, M., & Brickman, D. (2008). Preschoolers’ responses to social comparisons involving relative failure. Psychological Science, 19, 969-972. [pdf]
Rhodes, M., & Gelman, S.A. (2008). Categories influence predictions about individual consistency. Child Development, 79, 1271-1288. [pdf]
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Rhodes, M., Gelman, S.A., & Brickman, D. (2008). Developmental changes in the consideration of sample diversity in inductive reasoning. Journal of Cognition and Development, 9, 112-143. [pdf]
Rhodes, M. (in press). Irrational inferences? When children ignore evidence in category-based induction. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. [pdf]
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