Neiworth and alumni publish article on rule-shifting in children and tamarins

24 March 2022

Julie Neiworth, Laurence McKinley Gould Professor of Natural Science and Psychology, published an article which appeared online March 21, 2022, in the Journal of Comparative Psychology testing cotton-top tamarins and 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old children on a task that demanded rule shifting. Co-authors included Marie Balaban, a developmental psychologist from Eastern Oregon University and fellow Reedie, and graduated Carleton co-authors Kate Wagner (2016), Alexandria Carlsen (2017), Sarah Min (2018), Ye In Christopher Kwon (2019), and Isabelle Rieth (2019). See movies of a child doing the task— part I and part II, and a tamarin doing the task.