Jesica Gomez-Sanchez

Jesica Gomez-Sanchez
University of Granada | UGR · Developmental and Educational Psychology department

PhD

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Social networks and new technologies are present today in almost all aspects of social relations. These technologies, which have so many advantages in the daily lives of young and older people, can become a double-edged sword. One of the most negative connotations created by the incursion of social networks and new technologies in the lives of chil...
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Reasoning with counterfactuals such as “if his sister had entered silently, the child would have been awake”, requires considering what is conjectured (“his sister entered silently”) and what is the counterfactual possibility (“his sister did not enter silently”). In two experiments, we test how both adults (Study 1) and children from 8 to 12 years...
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In the present study, we evaluate the suppression effect by asking participants to make inferences with everyday conditionals (“if A, then B”; “if Ana finds a friend, then she will go to the theatre”), choosing between three possible conclusions (“she went to the theatre”; “she did not go to the theatre”; “it cannot be concluded”). We test how thes...
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Thinking about counterfactual conditionals such as “if she had not painted the sheet of paper, it would have been blank” requires us to consider what is conjectured (She did not paint and the sheet was blank) and what actually happened (She painted and the sheet was not blank). In two experiments with adults (Study 1) and schoolchildren from 7 to 1...

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