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Nicolette Granata

Graduate Student
Research Area: Developmental Science

disability concepts; moral development; theory of mind; social cognition

Nicolette’s research interests include children’s theory of mind, moral development, and concepts of disability. She hopes that her research will be applied to inform how children learn about and interact with peers with disabilities, decreasing the victimization experienced by persons with disabilities and fostering social inclusion.

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Representative Publications

Granata, N., Wiebe, M., & Lane, J. (2022). Children's judgements of and reasoning about people with disabilities who produce norm violations. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 215. doi: 10.1016/j.jecp.2021.105318.

Wiebe, M., Granata, N., & Lane, J. (2022). Children’s attributions of knowledge and trustworthiness to persons with disabilities. Cognitive Development, 61. doi: 10.1016/j.cogdev.2021.101143.

Granata, N. & Lane, J. D. (in-review). Investigating the Efficacy of Prescribed Labeling Practices: Conceptualizing Persons with Disabilities