Marjorie Rhodes
Marjorie Rhodes
Associate Professor of Psychology, New York University
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A developmental examination of the conceptual structure of animal, artifact, and human social categories across two cultural contexts
M Rhodes, SA Gelman
Cognitive psychology 59 (3), 244-274, 2009
Cultural transmission of social essentialism
M Rhodes, SJ Leslie, CM Tworek
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (34), 13526-13531, 2012
School success, possible selves, and parent school involvement
D Oyserman, D Brickman, M Rhodes
Family Relations 56 (5), 479-489, 2007
Boys will be boys; cows will be cows: Children’s essentialist reasoning about gender categories and animal species
MG Taylor, M Rhodes, SA Gelman
Child development 80 (2), 461-481, 2009
Social categories as markers of intrinsic interpersonal obligations
M Rhodes, L Chalik
Psychological science 24 (6), 999-1006, 2013
Na´ve theories of social groups
M Rhodes
Child development 83 (6), 1900-1916, 2012
Two-thousand years of stasis
SA Gelman, M Rhodes
Evolution challenges: Integrating research and practice in teaching andá…, 2012
The development and developmental consequences of social essentialism
M Rhodes, TM Mandalaywala
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 8 (4), e1437, 2017
How two intuitive theories shape the development of social categorization
M Rhodes
Child Development Perspectives 7 (1), 12-16, 2013
Evolution challenges: Integrating research and practice in teaching and learning about evolution
KS Rosengren, SK Brem, EM Evans, GM Sinatra
Oxford University Press, 2012
Cross‐cultural differences in children's beliefs about the objectivity of social categories
G Diesendruck, R Goldfein‐Elbaz, M Rhodes, S Gelman, N Neumark
Child development 84 (6), 1906-1917, 2013
Racial-ethnic identity: Content and consequences for African American, Latino, and Latina youths
D Oyserman, D Brickman, M Rhodes
Contesting stereotypes and creating identities: Social categories, socialá…, 2007
Moral learning as intuitive theory revision
M Rhodes, H Wellman
Cognition 167, 191-200, 2017
Sample diversity and premise typicality in inductive reasoning: Evidence for developmental change
M Rhodes, D Brickman, SA Gelman
Cognition 108 (2), 543-556, 2008
How does social essentialism affect the development of inter‐group relations?
M Rhodes, SJ Leslie, K Saunders, Y Dunham, A Cimpian
Developmental Science 21 (1), e12509, 2018
The role of generic language in the early development of social categorization
M Rhodes, SJ Leslie, L Bianchi, L Chalik
Child Development 89 (1), 148-155, 2018
Preschoolers use social allegiances to predict behavior
L Chalik, M Rhodes
Journal of Cognition and Development 15 (1), 136-160, 2014
Children’s attention to sample composition in learning, teaching and discovery
M Rhodes, SA Gelman, D Brickman
Developmental Science 13 (3), 421-429, 2010
Children's explanations as a window into their intuitive theories of the social world
M Rhodes
Cognitive science 38 (8), 1687-1697, 2014
Children’s use of categories and mental states to predict social behavior.
L Chalik, C Rivera, M Rhodes
Developmental Psychology 50 (10), 2360, 2014
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