Essentialization of Social Categories Across Development in Two Cultures

CHILD DEVELOPMENT, pp. 289-306, 2020.

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Children display an "essentialist" bias in their everyday thinking about social categories. However, the degree and form of this bias varies with age and with the nature of the categories, as well as across cultures. This project investigated the development of the essentialist bias across five social categories (i.e., gender, nationality...More

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