Psychology’s Henrike Moll shakes up long-held beliefs about what makes kids tick. Want to play?
Henrike Moll explains how a revolution in the tools and techniques developmental psychologists use to investigate kids’ knowledge and capabilities is rewriting what we know about how and when children understand their world.
In The Conversation, Henrike Moll and Allie Khalulyan share their research, which suggests this doesn’t mean children can’t understand others’ perspectives, as had been assumed.
Psychologist Henrike Moll finds that children begin to empathize with others at a younger age than expected.
As broadcaster MissMollyLolly on the popular gaming community Twitch, cognitive science senior Molly Fender is working toward a career in educational technology.
In a boost for the advancement of artificial intelligence, Henrike Moll and Morteza Dehghani of psychology are the first researchers to examine pretend play and counterfactual reasoning in young children.