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CDS Program - Friday October 13, 2017 Lloyd Center Ballroom Welcome Address

8:30 - 9:00

Plenary Address Susan Carey Relations Between Conceptual Development and Executive Function: In Dialog with Jean Piaget

9:00 - 10:15

10:15 - 10:30

Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:00

Plenary Symposium The Development of the Imagination

12:00 - 1:15

Lunch On Own Poster Session 1 and Exhibitors

1:15 - 2:30 2:30 - 4:00

4:15 - 5:45

Multnomah Symposium 2 - Variation in parentchild conversation and the development of core cognitive competencies Talking about the mind across three different language contexts and two cultures (Mele M Taumoepeau, Sanam Sadeghi, Ashlie Nobilo)

Holladay 3 Sisters/Mt Bachelor Symposium 1 - Social-Causal Oral Papers I Reasoning: Insights from Social and Moral Cognition Comparative, Developmental, and Computational Perspectives How can I help? 24- to 48-month-olds Collaboration benefits active learning provide help specific to the cause of in older children, but not younger others' failed actions (Sophie Bridgers, children (Andrew Young) Sara Altman, Hyowon Gweon)

Telling Stories At Home: How Pretend and Narrative Support Children's Early Cognitive Development (Amanda R Brown, Rebecca Frausel, Lindsey Richland, Susan Levine, Susan GoldinMeadow) Pedagogical questions during parentchild interactions correlate with children's causal learning and exploration (Yue Yu, Elizabeth Bonawitz, Patrick Shafto)

The neural representation of directions and borders in developing rats (Thomas J Wills, Francesca Cacucci)

Exposure to Nonverbal Bias Can Create Prejudice Among Preschool Children (Allison L Skinner, Kristina R Olson, Andrew N Meltzoff)

I can do it myself: Domesticated dogs Children's Views on the Acceptability prioritize independent problem-solving of Revenge (Craig Smith, Daniel over looking back (Angie Johnston, Hartlep) Angie M Johnston, Linda W Chang, Laurie R Santos)

Children's use of asymmetry and illusory depth as cues for reorientation (Anna Shusterman, Andrew Ribner, John Pacheco, Julian Waddell)

Building Bias: Children use statistical social information to reason about social preferences (Isobel A Heck, Tamar Kushnir, Katherine D Kinzler)

How do causal knowledge and sensitivity to intentions influence copying behavior in children, capuchin monkeys and dogs? (Daphna Buchsbaum, Emma C Tecwyn, Amanda M Seed)

Modularity of geometric processing? Children's reorientation behavior as a case study (Sami R Yousif, Stella Lourenco)

Parents' Discomfort Drives Children's Decreasing Endorsement of Racial (but not Gender) Stereotypes (Katharine E Scott, Elizabeth L Brey, Rista C Plate, Kristin Shutts, Patricia G Devine)

A New Paradigm Showing the First Direct Evidence of Cue Integration in Reorientation (Alexandra D Twyman, Mark P Holden, Nora S Newcombe)

Social exclusion in intergroup peer contexts: Disentangling wealth and race (Amanda R Burkholder, Victoria S Gordon, Melanie Killen)

What was he thinking? Examining group differences in Theory of Mind and socio-moral reasoning between aggressive, prosocial, non-social, and prosocial-aggressive children (Erin Baker, Samantha Bordo, Jessica Murray, Erica Shudt, Rebecca Swartz, Tara Caemmerer, Arooba Yousef) Improving Young Children's Integrating Perspectives on SocialThe relation between single-parent Spontaneous Focus on Number Causal Reasoning (Cristine H Legare) status, subjective socioeconomic Through Guided Parent-Child status, and children's executive Interactions in a Children's Museum function and theory of mind: Possile (Emily J Braham, Melissa Libertus, advantages to disadvantage (Jessica Koleen McCrink) Murray, Erin Baker, Samantha Bordo, Tara Caemmerer, Erica Shudt, Rebecca Swartz, Arroba Yousef) More optimistic than adults? Children make optimistic future predictions for both themselves and others (Laura Hennefeld, Lori Markson) Multnomah Holladay 3 Sisters/Mt Bachelor Symposium 5 - Mind in Motion: Symposium 7 - How an Oral Papers II The development of cognitive Understanding of Kinship and Language Development processes in real time Friendship influences Children's Social Judgments The neural dynamics of the Four-year-old children favor kin when "mysterious midline barrier" in infants' the stakes are higher (Annie Spokes, A Playful Context Enhances Bilingual goal-directed reaching (Bennett I. Annie C Spokes, Elizabeth S Spelke) and Monolingual Preschoolers' Motivation and Private Speech Bertenthal, Bennett I Bertenthal, (Jeremy Sawyer) Megan Read, Rebecca HailperinLausch, Elizabeth daSilva) Moving from unknown to known: Neural patterns underlying the Toddlers' expectations for social Developmental differences and development of planning in tool use partners to respond to each other's changes in neural oscillatory (Ori Ossmy, Brianna Kaplan, Karen E distress (Amanda Mae Woodward, processing as a word is learned Adolph) Jonathan S Beier) (Julia Schneider, Alyson Abel, Mandy Maguire) Object fitting by preschool children: The Developing Appreciation of the The dynamics of spatial coordination Moral Significance of Close Are infants' information Seeking (Jeffrey J Lockman, Wendy P Jung, Relationships (Julia A Marshall, Julia Gestures Specialized for Early Word Bjoern Kahrs) Marshall, Karen Wynn, Paul Bloom) Learning? (Kelsey Lucca, Makeba Wilbourn) The development of the neural systems that support production and perception of handwritten forms (Karin H James, Sophia VinciBooher)

5:45 - 7:00

Mt Hood Mt St Helens Symposium 3 - The development of Symposium 4 - New Contributions to spatial reorientation: An old puzzle, the Development of Intergroup a new formulation Attitudes in Childhood

The social value of secrets: children use disclosure of personal information The role of information structure in to make inferences about patterns of children's comprehension of complex friendship (Zoe Liberman, Alex Shaw) sentences - testing two hypotheses (Laura de Ruiter, Bena Lieven, Silke Brandt, Anna Theakston) More than maternal sensitivity: A longitudinal investigation of parentchild interaction, early language, and executive function (Lillian Masek, Staci Weiss, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff) Poster Session 2 and Exhibitors

Mt Hood Mt St Helens Symposium 6 - Number, Proportion Symposium 8 - Exploring cross& Probability: Distinct influences cultural variation in the development on Children's Probability of children's attitudes toward risk Judgements Proportional and Probabilistic Reasoning in Primates and Children (Emily M Szkudlarek, Elizabeth M Brannon)

Cross-cultural variation in children's risk and time preferences (Dorsa Amir, Matthew R Jordan, Katherine McAuliffe, Claudia Valeggia, Lawrence Sugiyama, Richard Bribiescas, Yarrow Dunham)

Risk of personal loss drives children's Proportional Matching and Probability effort to protect common goods: a crossJudgement: Related yet Different (Ty cultural behavioral study (Aleah C Bowie, W. Boyer, Ty W Boyer, Lindsey Aleah Bowie, Jingzhi Tan, Wen Zhou, Bradley, Natalie Branch) Tara Stoinski, Brian Hare)

Both Numerical and Visuo-spatial Features Influence Binary Probability Judgments Across Development (Shaun O'Grady, Fei Xu)

Risk taking among Hadza huntergatherer children (Alyssa Crittenden, Alyssa N Crittenden, Victoria A Tobolsky, Coren L Apicella)

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