September 16, 2020: "Children's Beliefs about Possibility Differ Across Dreams, Stories, and..."

Updated: Nov 3

In our lab meeting this week, we discussed Goulding and Friedman's (2020) paper, "Children's Beliefs about Possibility Differ Across Dreams, Stories and Reality." Their study asked, "Are children's judgements about what can happen in dreams and stories constrained by their beliefs about reality?" They found both the nature of the event and the world in which it was embedded predicted the children's possibility judgments.


Goulding, B. & Friedman, O. Children's Beliefs about Possibility Differ Across Dreams, Stories and Reality. Child Development, 0(0),1-11.



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