Sophie Bridgers
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Changes in cognitive flexibility and hypothesis search across human life history from childhood to adolescence to adulthood
A Gopnik, S O’Grady, CG Lucas, TL Griffiths, A Wente, S Bridgers, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (30), 7892-7899, 2017
When children are better (or at least more open-minded) learners than adults: Developmental differences in learning the forms of causal relationships
CG Lucas, S Bridgers, TL Griffiths, A Gopnik
Cognition 131 (2), 284-299, 2014
The power of possibility: Causal learning, counterfactual reasoning, and pretend play
D Buchsbaum, S Bridgers, D Skolnick Weisberg, A Gopnik
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
Young children consider the expected utility of others’ learning to decide what to teach
S Bridgers, J Jara-Ettinger, H Gweon
Nature human behaviour 4 (2), 144-152, 2020
Children’s causal inferences from conflicting testimony and observations.
S Bridgers, D Buchsbaum, E Seiver, TL Griffiths, A Gopnik
Developmental psychology 52 (1), 9, 2016
The early emergence and puzzling decline of relational reasoning: Effects of knowledge and search on inferring abstract concepts
CM Walker, S Bridgers, A Gopnik
Cognition 156, 30-40, 2016
Sticking to the evidence? A behavioral and computational case study of micro‐theory change in the domain of magnetism
E Bonawitz, TD Ullman, S Bridgers, A Gopnik, JB Tenenbaum
Cognitive science 43 (8), e12765, 2019
How universal are free will beliefs? Cultural differences in Chinese and US 4‐and 6‐year‐olds
AO Wente, S Bridgers, X Zhao, E Seiver, L Zhu, A Gopnik
Child development 87 (3), 666-676, 2016
The rare preference effect: Statistical information influences social affiliation judgments
N Vélez, S Bridgers, H Gweon
Cognition 192, 103994, 2019
Children change their answers in response to neutral follow‐up questions by a knowledgeable asker
E Bonawitz, P Shafto, Y Yu, A Gonzalez, S Bridgers
Cognitive science 44 (1), e12811, 2020
How you learned matters: The process by which others learn informs young children's decisions about whom to ask for help.
S Bridgers, H Gweon, M Bretzke, A Ruggeri
CogSci, 2018
Do I know that you know what you know? Modeling testimony in causal inference
D Buchsbaum, S Bridgers, A Whalen, E Seiver, T Griffiths, A Gopnik
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 34 (34), 2012
Learning about causes from people and about people as causes: probabilistic models and social causal reasoning
D Buchsbaum, E Seiver, S Bridgers, A Gopnik
Advances in child development and behavior 43, 125-160, 2012
Moderated online data-collection for developmental research: Methods and replications
A Chuey, M Asaba, S Bridgers, B Carrillo, G Dietz, T Garcia, JA Leonard, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 734398, 2021
Means-Inference as a source of variability in early helping
S Bridgers, H Gweon
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 1735, 2018
How many observations is one generic worth?
MH Tessler, S Bridgers, JB Tenenbaum
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2020
How can I help? 24-48-month-olds provide help specific to the cause of others' failed actions.
S Bridgers, S Altman, H Gweon
CogSci, 2017
Children's exploration as a window into their causal learning.
S Bridgers, Y Wang, D Buchsbaum
CogSci, 1429-1435, 2019
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A Gopnik, S O'Grady, C Lucas, T Griffiths, A Wente, S Bridgers, R Aboody, ...
PNAS 67, 68, 0
Children seek help based on how others learn
S Bridgers, C De Simone, H Gweon, A Ruggeri
Child Development, 2023
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