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Mika Asaba
Mika Asaba
PhD Student, Stanford University
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Mentalizing regions represent distributed, continuous, and abstract dimensions of others' beliefs
J Koster-Hale, H Richardson, N Velez, M Asaba, L Young, R Saxe
NeuroImage 161, 9-18, 2017
792017
Order matters: Children's evaluation of underinformative teachers depends on context
H Gweon, M Asaba
Child development 89 (3), e278-e292, 2018
742018
Reverse-engineering the process: Adults' and preschoolers' ability to infer the difficulty of novel tasks.
H Gweon, M Asaba, G Bennett-Pierre
CogSci, 2017
242017
Integrating expectations and outcomes: Preschoolers’ developing ability to reason about others’ emotions.
M Asaba, DC Ong, H Gweon
Developmental psychology 55 (8), 1680, 2019
202019
Look, I can do it! Young children forego opportunities to teach others to demonstrate their own competence.
M Asaba, H Gweon, C Kalish, M Rau, J Zhu, T Rogers
CogSci, 2018
92018
Young children use statistical evidence to infer the informativeness of praise.
M Asaba, E Hembacher, H Qiu, B Anderson, MC Frank, H Gweon
CogSci, 2018
82018
Preschoolers consider expected task difficulty to decide what to do and whom to help.
G Bennett-Pierre, M Asaba, H Gweon
CogSci, 2018
72018
Young children and adults integrate past expectations and current outcomes to reason about others' emotions.
DC Ong, M Asaba, H Gweon
CogSci, 135-140, 2016
72016
Moderated online data-collection for developmental research: Methods and replications
A Chuey, M Asaba, S Bridgers, B Carrillo, G Dietz, T Garcia, JA Leonard, ...
Frontiers in psychology, 4968, 2021
62021
Young children rationally revise and maintain what others think of them
M Asaba, H Gweon
PsyArXiv. doi 10, 2019
62019
Balancing informational and social goals in active learning.
EJ Yoon, K MacDonald, M Asaba, H Gweon, MC Frank
CogSci, 2018
62018
Knowing what he could have shown: The role of alternatives in children's evaluation of under-informative teachers.
H Gweon, M Asaba
CogSci, 2015
42015
You’re surprised at her success? Inferring competence from emotional responses to performance outcomes
M Asaba, Y Wu, B Carrillo, H Gweon
PsyArXiv, 2020
32020
Learning about others to learn about the self: Early reasoning about the informativeness of others’ praise
M Asaba, H Gweon
Psychological perspectives on praise, 67-74, 2020
32020
Young children infer and manage what others think of the self
M Asaba, H Gweon
32019
A friend, or a toy? Four-year-olds strategically demonstrate their competence to a puppet but only when others treat it as an agent.
M Asaba, X Li, WQ Yow, H Gweon
CogSci, 98-104, 2019
32019
Young children can rationally revise and maintain what others think of them
M Asaba, H Gweon
PsyArXiv, 2019
22019
Children selectively demonstrate their competence to a puppet when others depict it as an agent
M Asaba, X Li, WQ Yow, H Gweon
Cognitive Development 62, 101186, 2022
12022
Beyond knowledge versus belief: The contents of mental-state representations and their underlying computations
M Asaba, A Chuey, H Gweon
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 44, 2021
12021
Young children can strategically communicate about the self
M Asaba, H Gweon
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
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