Epistemic justifications for belief in the unobservable: The impact of minority status

Telli Davoodi
Telli Davoodi
Kelly Yixin Cui
Kelly Yixin Cui
Jennifer M. Clegg
Jennifer M. Clegg
Fang E. Yan
Fang E. Yan
Ayse Payir
Ayse Payir

Cognition, pp. 1042732020.

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Abstract:

Children hold beliefs about religious and scientific entities, such as angels or germs, that they cannot directly observe or interact with. Given their limited opportunities for first-hand observation, children's beliefs in these entities are a clear example of cultural learning and are likely to vary based on cultural factors. In the pre...More

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