Judith Danovitch
Judith Danovitch
Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Louisville
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Circumscribed interests in higher functioning individuals with autism spectrum disorders: An exploratory study
A Klin, JH Danovitch, AB Merz, FR Volkmar
Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities 32 (2), 89-100, 2007
Should you ask a fisherman or a biologist?: Developmental shifts in ways of clustering knowledge
JH Danovitch, FC Keil
Child Development 75 (3), 918-931, 2004
Children's extension of disgust to physical and moral events.
J Danovitch, P Bloom
Emotion 9 (1), 107, 2009
Neural evidence for enhanced attention to mistakes among school-aged children with a growth mindset
HS Schroder, ME Fisher, Y Lin, SL Lo, JH Danovitch, JS Moser
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 24, 42-50, 2017
The role of epistemic and social characteristics in children’s selective trust: Three meta‐analyses
Y Tong, F Wang, J Danovitch
Developmental Science 23 (2), e12895, 2020
Growing up with Google: How children's understanding and use of internet-based devices relates to cognitive development
JH Danovitch
Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies 1 (2), 81-90, 2019
Children's sensitivity to circular explanations
LA Baum, JH Danovitch, FC Keil
Journal of experimental child psychology 100 (2), 146-155, 2008
Choosing between hearts and minds: Children's understanding of moral advisors
JH Danovitch, FC Keil
Cognitive Development 22 (1), 110-123, 2007
Children Show Selective Trust in Technological Informants
JH Danovitch, R Alzahabi
Journal of Cognition and Development 14 (3), 499-513, 2013
Brain rCBF and performance in visual imagery tasks: Common and distinct processes
S Kosslyn, W Thompson, J Shephard, G Ganis, D Bell, J Danovitch, ...
European journal of cognitive psychology 16 (5), 696-716, 2004
How familiar characters influence children’s judgments about information and products
JH Danovitch, CM Mills
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 128, 1-20, 2014
Intelligence and Neurophysiological Markers of Error Monitoring Relate to Children's Intellectual Humility
JH Danovitch, M Fisher, H Schroder, DZ Hambrick, J Moser
Child Development 90, 924-939, 2019
Who do I believe? Children’s epistemic trust in internet, teacher, and peer informants
F Wang, Y Tong, J Danovitch
Cognitive Development 50, 248-260, 2019
Young Humeans: the role of emotions in children's evaluation of moral reasoning abilities
JH Danovitch, FC Keil
Developmental science 11 (1), 33-39, 2008
Effects of gender stereotypes and stereotype threat on children’s performance on a spatial task
CK Shenouda, JH Danovitch
Revue internationale de psychologie sociale 27 (3), 53-77, 2014
Children’s success at detecting circular explanations and their interest in future learning
CM Mills, JH Danovitch, SP Rowles, IL Campbell
Psychonomic bulletin & review 24 (5), 1465-1477, 2017
Associations between disorder-specific symptoms of anxiety and error-monitoring brain activity in young children
SL Lo, HS Schroder, ME Fisher, CE Durbin, KD Fitzgerald, JH Danovitch, ...
Journal of abnormal child psychology 45 (7), 1439-1448, 2017
Parents’ Intelligence Mindsets Relate to Child Internalizing Problems: Moderation Through Child Gender
JL Schleider, HS Schroder, SL Lo, M Fisher, JH Danovitch, JR Weisz, ...
Journal of Child and Family Studies 25 (12), 3627-3636, 2016
Children's mental, social, and moral attributions toward a familiar digital voice assistant
LN Girouard‐Hallam, HM Streble, JH Danovitch
Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies 3 (5), 1118-1131, 2021
Children’s belief in purported events: When claims reference hearsay, books, or the internet
JH Danovitch, JD Lane
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 193, 104808, 2020
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