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Toddlers prefer those who win but not when they win by force
Social hierarchies occur across human societies, so all humans must navigate them. Infants can detect when one individual outranks another1–3, but it is unknown whether they approach others based onExpand
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No Child Left Alone: Moral Judgments about Parents Affect Estimates of Risk to Children
In recent decades, Americans have adopted a parenting norm in which every child is expected to be under constant direct adult supervision. Parents who violate this norm by allowing their children toExpand
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Infants Choose Those Who Defer in Conflicts
For humans and other social species, social status matters: it determines who wins access to contested resources, territory, and mates [1-11]. Human infants are sensitive to dominance status cuesExpand
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Preferring the Mighty to the Meek: Toddlers Prefer Novel Dominant Agents
Every human society includes social hierarchies-- relationships between individuals and groups of unequal rank or status. Recent research has shown that even preverbal infants represent hierarchicalExpand
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Exploring the relation between people’s theories of intelligence and beliefs about brain development
A person’s belief about whether intelligence can change (called their implicit theory of intelligence) predicts something about that person’s thinking and behavior. People who believe intelligence isExpand
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Preoperative Embolization in Tandem with Surgical Resection for Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations
A number of treatment options are available for cerebral arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) including surgical resection, stereotactic radiosurgery, and endovascular embolization. EndovascularExpand