Celeste Kidd
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Rational snacking: Young children’s decision-making on the marshmallow task is moderated by beliefs about environmental reliability
C Kidd, H Palmeri, RN Aslin
Cognition 126 (1), 109-114, 2013
4022013
The Goldilocks effect: Human infants allocate attention to visual sequences that are neither too simple nor too complex
C Kidd, ST Piantadosi, RN Aslin
PloS one 7 (5), e36399, 2012
3882012
The psychology and neuroscience of curiosity
C Kidd, BY Hayden
Neuron 88 (3), 449-460, 2015
3252015
The Goldilocks effect in infant auditory attention
C Kidd, ST Piantadosi, RN Aslin
Child development 85 (5), 1795-1804, 2014
1172014
Toddlers use speech disfluencies to predict speakers’ referential intentions
C Kidd, KS White, RN Aslin
Developmental Science, 2011
832011
Extraordinary intelligence and the care of infants
ST Piantadosi, C Kidd
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (25), 6874-6879, 2016
392016
Rich analysis and rational models: Inferring individual behavior from infant looking data
ST Piantadosi, C Kidd, R Aslin
Developmental Science 17 (3), 321-337, 2014
372014
The role of prior knowledge and curiosity in learning
S Wade, C Kidd
Psychonomic bulletin & review 26 (4), 1377-1387, 2019
282019
Young children’s self-directed information gathering on touchscreens
E Partridge, MG McGovern, A Yung, C Kidd
Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2015
192015
The Goldilocks Effect: Infants’ preference for visual stimuli that are neither too predictable nor too surprising
C Kidd, S Piantadosi, R Aslin
Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2010
142010
Memory Strategically Encodes Externally Unavailable Information.
C Macias, A Yung, P Hemmer, C Kidd
CogSci, 2015
122015
Infants' sensitivity to vowel harmony and its role in segmenting speech
TH Mintz, RL Walker, A Welday, C Kidd
Cognition 171, 95-107, 2018
112018
Native Amazonian children forego egalitarianism when they learn to count
J Jara-Ettinger, E Gibson, C Kidd, ST Piantadosi
Developmental Science, 2015
11*2015
Cake or Broccoli? Recency biases children’s verbal responses
E Sumner, E DeAngelis, M Hyatt, ND Goodman, C Kidd
PLOS ONE 14 (6), e0217207, 2019
82019
Learning the Meaning of “Um”: Toddlers’ developing use of speech disfluencies as cues to speakers’ referential intentions
C Kidd, KS White, RN Aslin
Experience, Variation and Generalization: Learning a First Language, 91-106, 2011
82011
Quantifying curiosity and exploratory play on touchscreen tablets
M Pelz, A Yung, C Kidd
Proceedings of the IDC 2015 Workshop on Digital Assessment and Promotion of …, 2015
72015
Children’s use of disfluencies for pragmatic inference in lexical development
R Aslin, C Kidd, KS White
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 31 (31), 2009
72009
Certainty is primarily determined by past performance during concept learning
L Martí, F Mollica, S Piantadosi, C Kidd
Open Mind 2 (2), 47-60, 2018
6*2018
Birth seasons and heights among girls and boys below 12 years of age: lasting effects and catch-up growth among native Amazonians in Bolivia
M Brabec, JR Behrman, SD Emmett, E Gibson, C Kidd, W Leonard, ...
Annals of human biology 45 (4), 299-313, 2018
52018
Cross‐Cultural Differences in the Influence of Peers on Exploration During Play
S Wade, C Kidd
Cognitive Science 42 (8), 3050-3070, 2018
42018
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