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Christina Starmans
Christina Starmans
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto
Verified email at utoronto.ca - Homepage
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Why people prefer unequal societies
C Starmans, M Sheskin, P Bloom
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (4), 1-7, 2017
5252017
The folk conception of knowledge
C Starmans, O Friedman
Cognition 124 (3), 272-283, 2012
1942012
When the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak: Developmental differences in judgments about inner moral conflict
C Starmans, P Bloom
Psychological science 27 (11), 1498-1506, 2016
1182016
Windows to the soul: Children and adults see the eyes as the location of the self
C Starmans, P Bloom
Cognition 123 (2), 313-318, 2012
742012
If I am free, you can’t own me: Autonomy makes entities less ownable
C Starmans, O Friedman
Cognition 148, 145-153, 2016
532016
Creation in judgments about the establishment of ownership
M Levene, C Starmans, O Friedman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 60, 103-109, 2015
482015
Nothing personal: What psychologists get wrong about identity
C Starmans, P Bloom
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 22 (7), 566-568, 2018
442018
Control it and it is yours: Children's reasoning about the ownership of living things
J Espinosa, C Starmans
Cognition 202, 104319, 2020
432020
Expert or esoteric? Philosophers attribute knowledge differently than all other academics
C Starmans, O Friedman
Cognitive Science 44 (7), e12850, 2020
34*2020
Taking ‘know’for an answer: A reply to Nagel, San Juan, and Mar
C Starmans, O Friedman
Cognition 129 (3), 662-665, 2013
312013
Is knowledge subjective? A sex difference in adults’ epistemic intuitions
C Starmans, O Friedman
Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Cognitive Development Society, 2009
22*2009
Children's theories of the self
C Starmans
Child development 88 (6), 1774-1785, 2017
192017
If you become evil, do you die?
C Starmans, P Bloom
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 22 (9), 740-741, 2018
122018
What do you think you are?
C Starmans, P Bloom
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1234 (1), 44-47, 2011
122011
It’s personal: The effect of personal value on utilitarian moral judgments
C Millar, C Starmans, J Fugelsang, O Friedman
Judgment and Decision Making 11 (4), 326-331, 2016
92016
Not the same same: Distinguishing between similarity and identity in judgments of change
M Finlay, C Starmans
Cognition 218, 104953, 2022
82022
Identity crisis
C Starmans
Experimental Philosophy of Identity and the Self, 37, 2022
42022
Going above and beyond? Early reasoning about which moral acts are best
U Khan, M Jaffer-Diaz, A Najafizadeh, C Starmans
Cognition 236, 105444, 2023
32023
Inequality Isn’t the Real Issue
C Starmans, M Sheskin, P Bloom
The Wall Street Journal, April 28, 2017
22017
Why children believe they are owned
C Starmans, O Friedman
Open Mind 7, 534-549, 2023
12023
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