Lara Wood
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Whom do children copy? Model-based biases in social learning
LA Wood, RL Kendal, EG Flynn
Developmental Review 33 (4), 341-356, 2013
Context-dependent model-based biases in cultural transmission: Children's imitation is affected by model age over model knowledge state
LA Wood, RL Kendal, EG Flynn
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (4), 387-394, 2012
Adaptive cultural transmission biases in children and nonhuman primates
EE Price, LA Wood, A Whiten
Infant Behavior and Development 48, 45-53, 2017
Observational learning of tool use in children: Investigating cultural spread through diffusion chains and learning mechanisms through ghost displays
LM Hopper, EG Flynn, LAN Wood, A Whiten
Journal of experimental child psychology 106 (1), 82-97, 2010
Copy me or copy you? The effect of prior experience on social learning
LA Wood, RL Kendal, EG Flynn
Cognition 127 (2), 203-213, 2013
Children’s selective copying of their mother versus an expert
AJ Lucas, ER Burdett, V Burgess, N McGuigan, LA Wood, PL Harris, ...
Child Development 88, 2026-42, 2017
Do children copy an expert or a majority? Examining selective learning in instrumental and normative contexts
ERR Burdett, AJ Lucas, D Buchsbaum, N McGuigan, LA Wood, A Whiten
PloS one 11 (10), e0164698, 2016
Behavioral conservatism is linked to complexity of behavior in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Implications for cognition and cumulative culture.
SJ Davis, SJ Schapiro, SP Lambeth, LA Wood, A Whiten
Journal of Comparative Psychology 133 (1), 20, 2019
“Model age-based” and “copy when uncertain” biases in children’s social learning of a novel task
LA Wood, RA Harrison, AJ Lucas, N McGuigan, ERR Burdett, A Whiten
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 150, 272-284, 2016
Does a peer model’s task proficiency influence children’s solution choice and innovation?
LA Wood, RL Kendal, EG Flynn
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 139, 190-202, 2015
Chimpanzees demonstrate individual differences in social information use
SK Watson, GL Vale, LM Hopper, LG Dean, RL Kendal, EE Price, ...
Animal Cognition 21 (5), 639-650, 2018
Individual differences in zoo‐housed squirrel monkeys' (Saimiri sciureus) reactions to visitors, research participation, and personality ratings
Z Polgár, L Wood, MJ Haskell
American Journal of Primatology 79 (5), e22639, 2017
Visible spatial contiguity of social information and reward affects social learning in brown capuchins (Sapajus apella) and children (Homo sapiens).
LA Wood, A Whiten
Journal of Comparative Psychology 131 (4), 304, 2017
Gender stereotypes in UK children and adolescents: Changing patterns of knowledge and endorsement
LA Wood, J Hutchison, M Aitken, SJ Cunningham
British Journal of Social Psychology 61 (3), 768-789, 2022
Eye placement bias is remarkably robust
K Smith, V Kempe, L Wood
i-Perception 12 (3), 20416695211017564, 2021
Evidence of model based transmission bias in captive chimpanzees: initial tool choice matches proficient groupmate
LA Wood, RL Kendal, LM Hopper, SP Lambeth, SJ Schapiro, EG Flynn
PeerJ PrePrints, 2016
SOK: Young Children's Cybersecurity Knowledge, Skills & Practice: A Systematic Literature Review
M Lamond, K Renaud, L Wood, S Prior
2022 European Symposium on Usable Security, 14-27, 2022
SOK: young children's cybersecurity knowledge and skills
M Lamond, K Renaud, S Prior, L Wood
EuroUSEC 2022, 2022
We are all capable of cumulative cultural evolution, but we do not need to use it all the time
B Rawlings, EG Flynn, LA Wood
Current Anthropology 62 (2), 227-228, 2021
Supporting student pregnancy pathways: an exploration of advice and support for students during a pregnancy and postnatally
K Evans, AJ Cameron, LA Wood
Learning through Co-Design: Teaching and Learning Enhancement Conference, 2018
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