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Rhodes, M., Leslie, S.J., Bianchi, L., & Chalik, L. (2018). The role of generic language in the early development of social categorization. Child Development, 89, 148-155. [pdf]
Chalik, L., Leslie, S.J., & Rhodes, M. (2017). Cultural context shapes essentialist beliefs about religion. Developmental Psychology, 53, 1178-1187. [pdf]
Chapters, Proceedings, and Commentaries
Chalik, L. (in press). Intuitive theories inform children’s beliefs about intergroup obligation: Invited commentary on Tomasello, “The moral psychology of obligation.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Chalik, L. & Rhodes, M. (in press). Groups as moral boundaries: A developmental perspective. In J. Benson (Ed.), Advances in Child Development and Behavior, Volume 58. [pre-print]
Chalik, L., Misch, A., & Dunham, Y. (in press). Social cognitive development: The intergroup context. In O. Houde & G. Borst (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Development. [pre-print]
Chalik, L., Van Bavel, J., & Rhodes, M. (2018). The cognitive processes underlying moral judgment across development. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 1461-1466. [pdf] [data and code]
Rhodes, M., & Chalik, L. (2014). The interplay between intuitive psychology and intuitive sociology: Commentary on Abrams et al., “The Role of Cognitive Abilities in Children's Inferences about Social Atypicality and Peer Exclusion and Inclusion in Intergroup Contexts.” British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 32, 248-251. [pdf]