Publications by Dr. Danovitch
Noles, N. S., & Danovitch, J. H. (in press). Owning up to the role of historical information. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Danovitch, J. H., & Noles, N. S. (2014). Categorization ability, but not theory of mind, contributes to children’s developing understanding of expertise. In P. Bello, M. Guarini, M. McShane, & B. Scassellati (Eds.),Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 2097-2102). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.
Danovitch, J. H. (2013). Understanding expertise: The contribution of social and cognitive processes to social judgments. In M. R. Banaji and S. A. Gelman (Eds.) Navigating the social world: What infants, children, and other species can teach us (pp.225-229). New York: Oxford University Press.
Danovitch, J. H. & Alzahabi, R. (2013). Children show selective trust in technological informants. Journal of Cognition and Development, 14, 499-513. PDF
Shenouda, C. K., & Danovitch, J. H. (2013). Do male nurses know about football?: American and Egyptian children’s understanding of gender and expertise. Journal of Cognition and Culture, 13, 231-254. PDF
Mills, C. M., Danovitch, J. H., Grant, M. G., & Elashi, F. B. (2012). Little pitchers use their big ears: Preschoolers solve problems by listening to others ask questions. Child Development, 83, 568-580. PDF
Danovitch, J. H., Greif, M. L., & Mills, C. M. (2010). Working with undergraduate research assistants: Setting-up and maintaining a research lab. Association for Psychological Science Observer, 23, 23-32. PDF
Danovitch, J. H., & Bloom, P. (2009). Children’s extension of disgust to physical and moral events. Emotion, 9, 107-112. PDF
Mills, C. M., & Danovitch, J. H. (2009). Getting to know yourself…and others. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32, 154-155. PDF
Danovitch, J. H., & Keil, F. C. (2008). Young Humeans: The role of emotions in children’s evaluation of moral reasoning abilities. Developmental Science, 11, 33-39. PDF
Baum, L. A., Danovitch, J. H., & Keil, F. C. (2008). Children’s sensitivity to circular explanations. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 100, 146-155. PDF
Danovitch, J. H, & Keil, F. C. (2007). Choosing between hearts and minds: Children’s understanding of moral advisors. Cognitive Development, 22, 110-123. PDF
Klin, A., Danovitch, J. H., Merz, A. B., & Volkmar, F. R. (2007). Circumscribed interests in higher-functioning individuals with autism spectrum disorders: an exploratory study and a theory. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 32, 89-100. PDF
Danovitch, J. H., & Keil, F. (2004). Should you ask a fisherman or a biologist?: Developmental shifts in ways of clustering knowledge.Child Development, 75, 918-931. PDF
Kosslyn, S. M., Thompson, W. L., Shephard, J. M., Ganis, G., Bell, D., Danovitch, J. H., Wittenberg, L. A., & Alpert, N. M. (2004). Brain rCBF and performance in visual imagery tasks: Common and distinct processes. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 16, 696-716. PDF