Tattling with Chinese characteristics
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The mischievous, the naughty, and the violent in a Taiwanese village: Peer aggression narratives in Arthur P. Wolf’s “Child Interview” (1959)
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Toddlers’ costly helping in three cultures
J. Corbit, R. Svetlova, & T. Callaghan

2020, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology , 195.

Children’s understanding of dominance and prestige in China and the UK
A. Kajanus*, N. Afshordi*, & F. Warneken
2020, Evolution and Human Behavior, 41(19), 23-34. *joint first authors
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Measuring subjective social status in children of diverse societies
D. Amir, C. Valeggia, M. Srinivasan, L. Sugiyama, & Y. Dunham
2019, PLoS ONE, 14(12): e0226550.

Essentialization of social categories across development in two cultures
T. Davoodi, G. Soley, P.L. Harris, & P. R. Blake
2019, Child Development, 91(1), 289-306.

Infant gaze following depends on communicative signals: An eye-tracking study of 5-to-7-month-olds in Vanuatu
M. Hernik, & T. Broesch

2019, Developmental Science, 22(4): e12779.

Universal norm psychology leads to societal diversity in prosocial behavior and development 
B. House, P. Kanngiesser, C. Barrett, T. Broesch, S. Cebioglu, A. Crittenden, A. Erut, S. Lew-  Levy, C. Sebastian-Enesco, A. Smith, S. Yilmaz, & J. Silk
2019, Nature Human Behavior, 4, 36–44.

Children’s fairness in two Chinese Schools: A combined ethnographic and experimental study
A. Kajanus, K. McAuliffe, F. Warneken, & P. R. Blake
2019, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 177, 282-296. 

Group conquers efficacy: Preschoolers’ imitation under conflict between minimal group membership and behavior efficacy
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2019, PLoS ONE, 14(9): e0223101.

Sleep timing and duration in indigenous villages with and without electric lighting on Tanna Island, Vanuatu
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Learning “merit” in a Chinese preschool: Bringing the anthropological perspective to understanding moral development
J. Xu
2019, American Anthropologist, 121(3), 655-666.

Early prosocial development across cultures
T. Callaghan & J. Corbit
2018, Current Opinion in Psychology, 20, 102-106

Varieties of young children’s prosocial behavior in Zambia: The role of cognitive ability, wealth, and inequality beliefs
N. Chernyak, T. Harvey, A. R. Tarullo, P. C. Rockers, & P. R. Blake
2018, Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 2209. 

Variation is the universal: Making cultural evolution work in developmental psychology
M. Kline, R. Shamsudheen, & T. Broesch
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Evidence for proactive and reactive helping in two- to five-year-olds from a small-scale society
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Chinese preschoolers’ resource allocation in the face of existing inequality under collaborative and noncollaborative contexts.
Q. Chai, & J. He
2017, Developmental Psychology, 53(8), 1494-1500.

Children’s collaboration induces fairness rather than generosity
J. Corbit, K. McAuliffe, T. Callaghan, P. R. Blake, & F. Warneken
2017, Cognition, 168, 344-356.

The Good Child: Moral Development in a Chinese Preschool
J. Xu
2017, Stanford University Press.

Give as I give: Adult influence on children’s giving in two cultures
P. R. Blake, J. Corbit, T. Callaghan, & F. Warneken
2016, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 152, 149-160.

The ontogeny of fairness in seven societies
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