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Kinzler KD, Liberman Z.  2017.  Infants’ inferences about language are social. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :201701553.PDF icon PDF (495.82 KB)
Krogh-Jespersen S, Liberman Z, Woodward AL.  2015.  Think fast! The relationship between goal prediction speed and social competence in infants.. Dev Sci. 18(5):815-23.PDF icon PDF (326.68 KB)
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Liberman Z, Woodward AL, Keysar B, Kinzler KD.  2017.  Exposure to multiple languages enhances communication skills in infancy.. Dev Sci. 20(1)PDF icon PDF (294.63 KB)
Liberman Z, Howard LH, Vasquez NM, Woodward AL.  2018.  Children’s expectations about conventional and moral behaviors of ingroup and outgroup members. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 165PDF icon PDF (666.11 KB)
Liberman Z, Shaw A.  2017.  Children use partial resource sharing as a cue to friendship. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 159:96–109.PDF icon PDF (415.54 KB)
Liberman Z, Kinzler KD, Woodward AL.  2014.  Friends or foes: infants use shared evaluations to infer others' social relationships.. J Exp Psychol Gen. 143(3):966-71.PDF icon PDF (360.3 KB)
Liberman Z, Woodward AL, Kinzler KD.  2017.  Preverbal Infants Infer Third-Party Social Relationships Based on Language. Cognitive Science. 41(3)PDF icon PDF (267.32 KB)
Liberman Z, Woodward AL, Kinzler KD.  2017.  The Origins of Social Categorization. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. PDF icon PDF (1.76 MB)
Liberman Z, Woodward AL, Sullivan KR, Kinzler KD.  2016.  Early emerging system for reasoning about the social nature of food. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113:9480–9485.PDF icon PDF (768.13 KB)