Emily B. Conder
Research Area: Developmental Science
I am interested in how children's moral development is influenced by their environment. For example, my most current work is focused on how children form beliefs about new groups of people based on other's testimony. In another line of work I am interested in the specific factors that lead to childrens' and adults' negative judgements of wrongdoers.
Lane, J. D., Conder, E.B., & Rottman, J. (April, 2017). Effects of direct and overheard testimony on children’s evaluations of novel social groups. In Rottman, J. (Chair), Words Can Hurt: Dangers of Testimony in Leading Children to Negatively Evaluate Others. Presented at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin.
Russo, C. E., Conder, E. B., & Troseth, G.L (2015). Mean talk: The effect of exposure to children’s TV on bystander behavior. Presented at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia.