Clashes of inference and perspective explain why children sometimes lose the plot in conversation

An example of the cards used in the experiment. The child could see all four cards, but had a conversation with a puppet manipulated by an adult, which could not ‘see’ the card top right. Thus, if the puppet asked for “the card with pears on”, the child had to grasp that they meant the … Read more

New study examines ethics of community-engaged research from the perspective of community partners

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain In recent years, there’s been rapid growth in the field of community-engaged research, a model of knowledge production that universities with community organizations to co-develop research in response to local needs. In theory, this model can advance the service mission of public universities. But there’s been little follow-up research to assess … Read more