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    A new look at joint attention and common knowledge.Barbora Siposova & Malinda Carpenter - 2019 - Cognition 189 (C):260-274.
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    Communicative eye contact signals a commitment to cooperate for young children.Barbora Siposova, Michael Tomasello & Malinda Carpenter - 2018 - Cognition 179 (C):192-201.
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    Stopping at nothing : two-year-olds differentiate between interrupted and abandoned goals.Alexander Green, Barbora Siposova, Sotaro Kita & John Michael - forthcoming - Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
    Previous research has established that goal tracking emerges early in the first year of life and rapidly becomes increasingly sophisticated. However, it has not yet been shown whether young children continue to update their representations of others’ goals over time. The current study investigates this by probing young children’s ability to differentiate between goal directed actions that have been halted because the goal was interrupted, and because the goal was abandoned. To test whether children are sensitive to this distinction, we (...)
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    Finish What you Started: 2‐Year‐Olds Motivated by a Preference for Completing Others’ Unfinished Actions in Instrumental Helping Contexts.John Michael, Alexander Green, Barbora Siposova, Keith Jensen & Sotaro Kita - 2022 - Cognitive Science 46 (6):e13160.
    Cognitive Science, Volume 46, Issue 6, June 2022.
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  5. Stopping at nothing : two-year-olds differentiate between interrupted and abandoned goals.Alexander Green, Barbora Siposova, Sotaro Kita & John Michael - 2021 - .
    Previous research has established that goal tracking emerges early in the first year of life and rapidly becomes increasingly sophisticated. However, it has not yet been shown whether young children continue to update their representations of others’ goals over time. The current study investigates this by probing young children’s (24-30 months old) ability to differentiate between goal directed actions that have been halted because the goal was interrupted, and because the goal was abandoned. To test whether children are sensitive to (...)
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    Finish what you started : 2-year-olds motivated by a preference for completing others' unfinished actions in instrumental helping contexts.John Michael, Alexander Green, Barbora Siposova, Keith Jensen & Sotaro Kita - 2022 - Cognitive Science 46 (6).
    A considerable body of research has documented the emergence of what appears to be instrumental helping behavior in early childhood. The current study tested the hypothesis that one basic psychological mechanism motivating this behavior is a preference for completing unfinished actions. To test this, a paradigm was implemented in which 2-year-olds (n = 34, 16 female/18 male, mostly White middle-class children) could continue an adult’s action when the adult no longer wanted to complete the action. The results showed that children (...)
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