Julia M. Rodriguez Buritica

Julia M. Rodriguez Buritica
Freie Universität Berlin | FUB · Institute of Psychology

PhD

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Publications (6)
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Advice taking helps one to quickly acquire knowledge and make decisions. This age-comparative study (in children [8- to 10-year-olds], adolescents [13- to 15-year-olds], and adults [18- to 22-year-olds]) investigated developmental differences in how advice, experience, and exploration influence learning. The results showed that adolescents were ini...
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Advice taking helps one quickly acquire knowledge and make decisions. This age-comparative study (in 8-10, 13-15 and 18-22 year olds) investigated developmental differences in how advice, experience and exploration influence learning. The results showed that adolescents were initially easily swayed to follow peer advice but also switched more rapid...
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Learning from vicarious experience is central for educational practice, but not well understood with respect to its ontogenetic development and underlying neural dynamics. In this age-comparative study we compared behavioral and electrophysiological markers of learning from vicarious and one's own experience in children (age 8-10) and young adults....
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A considerable literature on attribution theory has shown that healthy individuals exhibit a positivity bias when inferring the causes of evaluative feedback on their performance. They tend to attribute positive feedback internally (e.g., to their own abilities) but negative feedback externally (e.g., to environmental factors). However, all empiric...
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Observational learning is an important mechanism for cognitive and social development. However, the neurophysiological mechanisms underlying observational learning in children are not well understood. In this study, we used a probabilistic reward-based observational learning paradigm to compare behavioral and electrophysiological markers of individ...

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