Kang Lee
Kang Lee
Professor, Dr. Erick Jackman Institute of Child Study, University of Toronto
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The development of executive functioning and theory of mind: A comparison of Chinese and US preschoolers
MA Sabbagh, F Xu, SM Carlson, LJ Moses, K Lee
Psychological science 17 (1), 74-81, 2006
The other-race effect develops during infancy: Evidence of perceptual narrowing
DJ Kelly, PC Quinn, AM Slater, K Lee, L Ge, O Pascalis
Psychological science 18 (12), 1084-1089, 2007
Three‐month‐olds, but not newborns, prefer own‐race faces
DJ Kelly, PC Quinn, AM Slater, K Lee, A Gibson, M Smith, L Ge, ...
Developmental science 8 (6), F31-F36, 2005
The face-inversion effect as a deficit in the encoding of configural information: Direct evidence
A Freire, K Lee, LA Symons
Perception 29 (2), 159-170, 2000
Effects of experience on fetal voice recognition
BS Kisilevsky, SMJ Hains, K Lee, X Xie, H Huang, HH Ye, K Zhang, ...
Psychological science 14 (3), 220-224, 2003
Social and cognitive correlates of children’s lying behavior
V Talwar, K Lee
Child development 79 (4), 866-881, 2008
Development of lying to conceal a transgression: Children's control of expressive behaviour during verbal deception
V Talwar, K Lee
International Journal of Behavioral Development 26 (5), 436-444, 2002
Fetal sensitivity to properties of maternal speech and language
BS Kisilevsky, SMJ Hains, CA Brown, CT Lee, B Cowperthwaite, ...
Infant Behavior and Development 32 (1), 59-71, 2009
Lying in the elementary school years: verbal deception and its relation to second-order belief understanding.
V Talwar, HM Gordon, K Lee
Developmental psychology 43 (3), 804, 2007
Development of the other-race effect during infancy: Evidence toward universality?
DJ Kelly, S Liu, K Lee, PC Quinn, O Pascalis, AM Slater, L Ge
Journal of experimental child psychology 104 (1), 105-114, 2009
White lie-telling in children for politeness purposes
V Talwar, SM Murphy, K Lee
International journal of behavioral development 31 (1), 1-11, 2007
Emergence of lying in very young children.
AD Evans, K Lee
Developmental psychology 49 (10), 1958, 2013
Little liars: Development of verbal deception in children
K Lee
Child development perspectives 7 (2), 91-96, 2013
Do young children always say yes to yes–no questions? A metadevelopmental study of the affirmation bias
V Heather Fritzley, K Lee
Child development 74 (5), 1297-1313, 2003
Cross-race preferences for same-race faces extend beyond the African versus Caucasian contrast in 3-month-old infants
DJ Kelly, S Liu, L Ge, PC Quinn, AM Slater, K Lee, Q Liu, O Pascalis
Infancy 11 (1), 87-95, 2007
Children's conceptual knowledge of lying and its relation to their actual behaviors: Implications for court competence examinations
V Talwar, K Lee, N Bala, RCL Lindsay
Law and Human Behavior 26, 395-415, 2002
Seeing Jesus in toast: neural and behavioral correlates of face pareidolia
J Liu, J Li, L Feng, L Li, J Tian, K Lee
Cortex 53, 60-77, 2014
Automatic coding of facial expressions displayed during posed and genuine pain
GC Littlewort, MS Bartlett, K Lee
Image and Vision Computing 27 (12), 1797-1803, 2009
Children's lie-telling to conceal a parent's transgression: Legal implications
V Talwar, K Lee, N Bala, RCL Lindsay
Law and Human Behavior 28, 411-435, 2004
Emergence of white-lie telling in children between 3 and 7 years of age
V Talwar, K Lee
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 160-181, 2002
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