Publications

Silver, A.M., Loiotile, R., Stahl, A.E., Smith, A.S., & Feigenson, L. (in press). When not choosing leads to not liking: Choice-induced preference in infancy. Psychological Science.

Smith, A.S., Applin, J.B., Blake, P.R., & Kibbe, M.M. (under review, invited resubmission to Cognition). Children’s understanding of economic demand: A dissociation between inference and choice.

Smith, A.S., & Feigenson, L. (under review). Yay! Yuck! Toddlers use incongruent emotions to reason about hidden objects. doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/zm6p7

Smith, A.S., & Feigenson, L. (in prep). Preschoolers represent false beliefs about emotions.


Poster Presentations

Stahl, A.E., Chaudhari, N., Peters, C., Smith, A.S., & Feigenson, L. (accepted). Impossible but not improbable events induce learning in toddlers. Poster submission to the International Congress of Infant Studies Meeting. Glasgow, UK.

Smith, A.S. & Feigenson, L. (2019, October). How do they feel? Preschoolers represent false beliefs about emotions. Poster presentation at the Cognitive Development Society Meeting. Louisville, KY.

Smith, A.S., Applin, J.B., Blake, P.R., & Kibbe, M.M. (2019, March). Do children use demand principles to choose resources for themselves? Poster presentation at the Society for Research in Child Development Meeting. Baltimore, MD.

Esfand, S., Smith, A.S., Applin, J.B., Blake, P.R., & Kibbe, M.M. (2018, October). Do children consider the reliability of informants when choosing resources for themselves? Poster presented at the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Symposium. Boston, MA.

Smith, A.S., Blake, P.R., & Kibbe, M.M. (2017, October). Do children use demand principles to choose resources for themselves? Poster presented at the Cognitive Development Society Meeting. Portland, OR.