1) Lee, K., Quinn, P.C., Olivier, P. (in press). Other-race effect and racial bias: A Perceptual-Social Linkage Hypothesis Current Directions in Psychological Science.
2) Lee, K., Quinn, P.C., & Heyman, G. D. (in press). Rethinking the emergence and development of implicit racial bias: A Perceptual-Social Linkage Hypothesis. In E. Turiel, N.Budwig, and P. Zelazo (Eds.), New Perspectives on Human Development. Cambridge U Press.
3) Satoh, P.P., Miao, K. Q., Quinn, P.C., Heyman, G., & Lee, K. (in press). Children’s race categorization predicts implicit racial bias. Child Development.
4) Xiao, N. G., Wu, R., Quinn, P. C., Liu, S., Tummeltshammer, K. S., Kirkham, N. Z., Ge, L., Pascalis, O., & Lee, K. (in press). Infants rely more on gaze cues from own-race than other-race adults for learning under uncertainty. Child Development.
5) Xiao, N. G., Quinn, P. C., Liu, S., Ge, L., Pascalis, O., & Lee, K. (in press). Facial movements facilitate part-based, not holistic, processing in children, adolescents, and adults. Developmental Psychology.
6) Xiao, N. G., Quinn, P. C., Liu, S., Ge, L., Pascalis, O., & Lee, K. (in press). Older but not younger infants associate own-race faces with happy music and other-race faces with sad music. Developmental Science.
7) Ding, X. P., Heyman, G., Fu, G., & Lee, K. (in press). Young children discover how to deceive in 10 days: A microgenetic study. Developmental Science.
8) Qian, M., Quinn, P., Heyman, G., Pascalis, O., Fu, G., & Lee, K. (in press). Perceptual individuation training (but not mere exposure) reduces implicit racial bias in preschool children. Developmental Psychology.
9) Judges, R., Gallant, S.N., Yang, L., & Lee, K. (in press). The Role of cognition, personality, and trust in fraud victimization in older adults. Frontiers in Psychology.
10) Creel, S. C., Weng, M., Fu, G., Heyman, G. D., & Lee, K. (2017). Speaking a tone language enhances musical pitch perception in 3-5-year-olds. Developmental Science.
11) Ellis, A.E., Xiao, N.G., Lee, K., & Oakes, L.M. (in press). Scanning of own- versus other-race faces in infants from racially diverse or homogenous communities. Developmental Psychobiology.
12) Damon, F., Méary, D., Quinn, PC., Lee, K., Simpson, E.A., Aukner, A.P, Suomi, S.J., & Pascalis. O. (in press). Preference for facial averageness: Evidence for a common mechanism in human and macaque infants. Scientific Report.
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