Harriet Over
Harriet Over
Lecturer in Psychology, University of York
Verified email at york.ac.uk
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Putting the social into social learning: explaining both selectivity and fidelity in children's copying behavior.
H Over, M Carpenter
Journal of Comparative Psychology 126 (2), 182, 2012
Priming third‐party ostracism increases affiliative imitation in children
H Over, M Carpenter
Developmental science 12 (3), F1-F8, 2009
Eighteen-month-old infants show increased helping following priming with affiliation
H Over, M Carpenter
Psychological science 20 (10), 1189-1193, 2009
Young children care more about their reputation with ingroup members and potential reciprocators
JM Engelmann, H Over, E Herrmann, M Tomasello
Developmental Science 16 (6), 952-958, 2013
The social side of imitation
H Over, M Carpenter
Child Development Perspectives 7 (1), 6-11, 2013
The origins of belonging: social motivation in infants and young children
H Over
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
I won’t tell: Young children show loyalty to their group by keeping group secrets
A Misch, H Over, M Carpenter
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 142, 96-106, 2016
Young children are more likely to spontaneously attribute mental states to members of their own group
N McLoughlin, H Over
Psychological Science 28 (10), 1503-1509, 2017
Children selectively trust individuals who have imitated them
H Over, M Carpenter, R Spears, M Gattis
Social Development 22 (2), 215-224, 2013
Eighteen-month-olds understand false beliefs in an unexpected-contents task
D Buttelmann, H Over, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Journal of experimental child psychology 119, 120-126, 2014
The effects of collaboration and minimal-group membership on children’s prosocial behavior, liking, affiliation, and trust
M Plötner, H Over, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Journal of experimental child psychology 139, 161-173, 2015
Like me: A homophily-based account of human culture
D Haun, H Over
Epistemological dimensions of evolutionary psychology, 117-130, 2015
Becoming us and them: Social learning and intergroup bias
H Over, C McCall
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (4), e12384, 2018
Stick with your group: Young children’s attitudes about group loyalty
A Misch, H Over, M Carpenter
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 126, 19-36, 2014
Responses to social exclusion in cultural context: Evidence from farming and herding communities.
AK Uskul, H Over
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (5), 752, 2014
Children infer affiliative and status relations from watching others imitate
H Over, M Carpenter
Developmental science 18 (6), 917-925, 2015
The developmental origins of dehumanization
N McLoughlin, H Over
Advances in child development and behavior 54, 153-178, 2018
Young children show the bystander effect in helping situations
M Plötner, H Over, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Psychological science 26 (4), 499-506, 2015
The effects of minimal group membership on young preschoolers' social preferences, estimates of similarity, and behavioral attribution
N Richter, H Over, Y Dunham
Collabra, 2016
Young children perceive less humanness in outgroup faces
N McLoughlin, SP Tipper, H Over
Developmental Science 21 (2), e12539, 2018
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