Sarah Zanette
Sarah Zanette
Luther College, University of Regina
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Brothers and sisters in arms: Intergroup cooperation in a violent shooter game can reduce intergroup bias.
PJC Adachi, G Hodson, T Willoughby, S Zanette
Psychology of Violence 5 (4), 455, 2015
Exposure to parenting by lying in childhood: Associations with negative outcomes in adulthood
RM Santos, S Zanette, SM Kwok, GD Heyman, K Lee
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1240, 2017
Automated decoding of facial expressions reveals marked differences in children when telling antisocial versus prosocial lies
S Zanette, X Gao, M Brunet, MS Bartlett, K Lee
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 150, 165-179, 2016
Differences and similarities in lying frequency, moral evaluations, and beliefs about lying among children with and without conduct problems
S Zanette, W Margaret, L Augimeri, K Lee
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2020
Identifying liars through automatic decoding of children's facial expressions
KC Bruer, S Zanette, XP Ding, TD Lyon, K Lee
Child development 91 (4), e995-e1011, 2020
Parenting by lying in Turkey: Associations with negative psychosocial outcomes and psychopathy in adulthood
R Jackson, M Ekerim-Akbulut, S Zanette, B Selšuk, K Lee
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2021
An experimental investigation of association between children’s lying and behavior problems
X Liu, S Shang, S Zanette, Y Zhang, Q Sun, L Sai
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 982012, 2022
Adult’s veracity judgments of Black and White children’s statements: the role of perceiver and target race and prejudice-related concerns
S Zanette, S Hagi Hussein, LC Malloy
Frontiers in Psychology 14, 2023
The Development of Antisocial and Prosocial Lying in Children with and without Severe Conduct Problems
S Zanette
University of Toronto (Canada), 2020
Automatic Classification of Children's Antisocial and Prosocial Lies Using Facial Expressions
S Zanette
University of Toronto (Canada), 2014
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