Jonathan D. Lane
Jonathan D. Lane
Assistant Professor, Psychology and Human Development, Vanderbilt University
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Theory of mind and emotion understanding predict moral development in early childhood
JD Lane, HM Wellman, SL Olson, J LaBounty, DCR Kerr
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 28 (4), 871-889, 2010
2122010
Informants' traits weigh heavily in young children's trust in testimony and in their epistemic inferences
JD Lane, HM Wellman, SA Gelman
Child Development 84 (4), 1253–1268, 2013
1372013
Children’s understanding of ordinary and extraordinary minds
JD Lane, HM Wellman, EM Evans
Child development 81 (5), 1475-1489, 2010
1282010
Immigration stress, social support, and adjustment in the first postmigration year: An intergenerational analysis
MJ Levitt, JD Lane, J Levitt
Research in Human Development 2 (4), 159-177, 2005
1272005
Anthropomorphizing science: How does it affect the development of evolutionary concepts?
C Legare, JD Lane, EM Evans
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 59 (2), 168-197, 2013
1052013
Observant, nonaggressive temperament predicts theory‐of‐mind development
HM Wellman, JD Lane, J LaBounty, SL Olson
Developmental Science 14 (2), 319-326, 2011
1022011
Infants Understand How Testimony Works
PL Harris, JD Lane
Topoi 33, 443-458, 2014
782014
Confronting, representing, and believing counterintuitive concepts: Navigating the natural and the supernatural
JD Lane, PL Harris
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (2), 144-160, 2014
762014
Developmental Precursors of Young School-Age Children's Hostile Attribution Bias
DE Choe, JD Lane, AS Grabell, SL Olson
Developmental Psychology 49 (12), 2245-2256, 2013
752013
How children and adults represent God's mind
L Heiphetz, JD Lane, A Waytz, LL Young
Cognitive science 40, 121-144, 2016
732016
Sociocultural Input Facilitates Children’s Developing Understanding of Extraordinary Minds
JD Lane, HM Wellman, EM Evans
Child Development 83 (3), 1007–1021, 2012
732012
The Roles of Intuition and Informants' Expertise in Children's Epistemic Trust
JD Lane, PL Harris
Child Development 86, 919-926, 2015
692015
Relations Between Temperament and Theory of Mind Development in the United States and China: Biological and Behavioral Correlates of Preschoolers' False-Belief Understanding.
JD Lane, HM Wellman, SL Olson, AL Miller, L Wang, T Tardif
Developmental Psychology 49 (5), 825-836, 2013
602013
Contradictory or complementary? Creationist and evolutionist explanations of the origin(s) of species
EM Evans, JD Lane
Human Development 54, 144-159, 2011
602011
More Than Meets the Eye: Young Children’s Trust in Claims That Defy Their Perceptions.
JD Lane, PL Harris, SA Gelman, HM Wellman
Developmental Psychology 50 (3), 865-871, 2014
522014
Children’s imagination and belief: Prone to flights of fancy or grounded in reality?
JD Lane, SL Ronfard, SP Francioli, PL Harris
Cognition 152, 127-140, 2016
472016
Encountering counterintuitive ideas: Constructing a developmental learning progression for evolution understanding
EM Evans, K Rosengren, JD Lane, KS Price
Evolution Challenges: Integrating research and practice in teaching and …, 2012
43*2012
Approaching an Understanding of Omniscience from the Preschool Years to early Adulthood
JD Lane, HM Wellman, EM Evans
Developmental Psychology 50 (10), 2380–2392, 2014
412014
Preschoolers continually adjust their epistemic trust based on an informant’s ongoing accuracy
S Ronfard, JD Lane
Child Development 89 (2), 414-429, 2018
382018
Developing concepts of the mind, body, and afterlife: Exploring the roles of narrative context and culture.
JD Lane, Z Liqi, EM Evans, HM Wellman
Journal of Cognition and Culture 16, 50-82, 2016
382016
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