Angela D. Evans
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Emergence of lying in very young children.
AD Evans, K Lee
Developmental psychology 49 (10), 1958, 2013
When all signs point to you: lies told in the face of evidence.
AD Evans, F Xu, K Lee
Developmental Psychology 47 (1), 39, 2011
Verbal deception from late childhood to middle adolescence and its relation to executive functioning skills.
AD Evans, K Lee
Developmental psychology 47 (4), 1108, 2011
Can classic moral stories promote honesty in children?
K Lee, V Talwar, A McCarthy, I Ross, A Evans, C Arruda
Psychological science 25 (8), 1630-1636, 2014
Lying in the name of the collective good: A developmental study
G Fu, AD Evans, L Wang, K Lee
Developmental science 11 (4), 495-503, 2008
Promising to tell the truth makes 8‐to 16‐year‐olds more honest
AD Evans, K Lee
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 28 (6), 801-811, 2010
Exploring the ability to deceive in children with autism spectrum disorders
AS Li, EA Kelley, AD Evans, K Lee
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 41, 185-195, 2011
To lie or not to lie? The influence of parenting and theory-of-mind understanding on three-year-old children’s honesty
F Ma, AD Evans, Y Liu, X Luo, F Xu
Journal of Moral Education 44 (2), 198-212, 2015
Elementary school children’s cheating behavior and its cognitive correlates
XP Ding, DS Omrin, AD Evans, G Fu, G Chen, K Lee
Journal of experimental child psychology 121, 85-95, 2014
Young children can tell strategic lies after committing a transgression
G Fu, AD Evans, F Xu, K Lee
Journal of experimental child psychology 113 (1), 147-158, 2012
Complex questions asked by defense lawyers but not prosecutors predicts convictions in child abuse trials.
AD Evans, K Lee, TD Lyon
Law and Human Behavior 33 (3), 258, 2009
Cultural differences in the development of cognitive shifting: East–West comparison
Y Moriguchi, AD Evans, K Hiraki, S Itakura, K Lee
Journal of experimental child psychology 111 (2), 156-163, 2012
Assessing children's competency to take the oath in court: The influence of question type on children's accuracy.
AD Evans, TD Lyon
Law and Human Behavior 36 (3), 195, 2012
The neural correlates of reasoning about prosocial–helping decisions: An event-related brain potentials study
IC Loke, AD Evans, K Lee
Brain research 1369, 140-148, 2011
Dishonesty during a pandemic: The concealment of COVID-19 information
AM O’Connor, AD Evans
Journal of Health Psychology 27 (1), 236-245, 2020
Mirror, mirror on the wall: Increasing young children’s honesty through inducing self-awareness
J Bender, AM O'Connor, AD Evans
Journal of experimental child psychology 167, 414-422, 2018
Young children's difficulty with indirect speech acts: Implications for questioning child witnesses
AD Evans, SN Stolzenberg, K Lee, TD Lyon
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 32 (6), 775-788, 2014
The role of honesty and benevolence in children’s judgments of trustworthiness
F Xu, AD Evans, C Li, Q Li, G Heyman, K Lee
International Journal of Behavioral Development 37 (3), 257-265, 2013
An interfering dot-probe task facilitates the detection of mock crime memory in a reaction time (RT)-based concealed information test
X Hu, A Evans, H Wu, K Lee, G Fu
Acta Psychologica 142 (2), 278-285, 2013
The role of theory of mind and social skills in predicting children’s cheating
AM O'Connor, AD Evans
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 179, 337-347, 2019
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