What Does a 2-Year-Old Know? You May Be Surprised

Karen Hamilton, preschool music and yoga teacher, Springfield, VA.

Fiona King.

Francesco Margoni, PhD, post-doctorate researcher, University of Trento, Italy.

Karly McBride, mother.

Lauren J. Myers, PhD, assistant professor of psychology, Lafayette College, Easton, PA.

Philippe Rochat, PhD, professor of psychology, Emory University, Atlanta.

Silvia Thoet, mother.

Sara Valencia Botto, PhD candidate, Emory University, Atlanta.

Henry Wellman, PhD, developmental psychologist, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Danette Zeh, mother.

Developmental Psychology: “Sensitivity to the evaluation of others emerges by 24 months.”

Child Development: “Becoming a social partner with peers: cooperation and social understanding in one- and two-year-olds.”

Nature: “Social evaluation by preverbal infants.”

PNAS: “Infants distinguish between leaders and bullies.”

Developmental Science: “Baby FaceTime: can toddlers learn from online video chat?”

Journal of Children and Media: “Eyes in the room trump eyes on the screen: effects of a responsive co-viewer on toddlers’ responses to and learning from video chat.”

Psychological Science: “Young children use statistical sampling to infer the preferences of others.”


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