Children's selective trust: When a group majority is confronted with past accuracy
BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, pp. 571.0-584.0, 2019.
In two experiments, 3- to 5-year-old children were tested for their preferences when seeking and accepting information about novel animals. In Experiment 1, children watched as two adults named unfamiliar animals - one adult was predominantly accurate, whereas the other was predominantly inaccurate, as judged by a teacher. In a subsequent...More
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