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Chair - Professor
Conceptual development (theory of mind)
Development of social cognition
Ph.D., University of Michigan 1988
M.A., Oxford University 1988 (B.A. 1983)
B.S., Colorado State University 1981
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2007-present, Professor, Psychology Department, University of Wyoming
1999-2007, Associate Professor, Psychology Department, University of Wyoming
1992-1999, Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, University of Wyoming
1989-1992, Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Pennsylvania State University
Conceptual development (theory of mind; theory-theory; recognition of learning)
Development of social cognition (application to persuasion)
Developmental Psychology (PSYC 2300)
Moral Development (PSYC 3050)
Experimental Psychology (PSYC 4050)
Cognitive Development (PSYC 4150)
Advanced Developmental Psychology (PSYC 5180)
Advanced Social Development (PSYC 5720)
Children's Developing Understanding of Mind (PSYC 5760)
Current Issues in Developmental Psychology (PSYC 5760)
Honors: Mind Bind (HP 3152)
Co-PI - Penningworth, S., & Bartsch, K. (2007-8). Prospective memory ability in 2nd and 5th-Graders, University of Wyoming, Faculty Grant-in-Aid.
PI - Bartsch, K. (2002-6). Young children's use of mental state information in persuasion. National Science Foundation.
Bartsch, K., Wade, C. E. & Estes, D. (2011) Children's attention to beliefs during persuasion: Improvised and selected arguments to puppets and people. Social Development, 20(2), 316-333.
Bartsch, K., Wright, J. C., & Estes, D. (2010). Young children's persuasion in everyday conversation: Tactics and attunement to others' mental states. Social Development, 19(2), 394-416
Wright, J. C., & Bartsch, K. (2008). Portraits of early moral sensibility in two children's everyday conversations. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 54(1), 56-85.
Bartsch, K., London, K., & Campbell, M. (2007). Children's attention to beliefs in interactive persuasion. Developmental Psychology, 43(1), 111-120.
Bartsch, K., Campbell, M. D., & Troseth, G. L. (2007). Why else does Jenny run? Young children's extended psychological explanations. Journal of Cognition and Development, 8(1), 33-61.
Tang, C., Bartsch, K., & Nunez, N. (2007). Young children's reports of when learning occurred: It depends on the question. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 97, 149-164.
Bartsch, K., & Wright, J. C. (2005). Towards an intuitionist account of moral development. [Commentary] Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28, 546-547.
Bartsch, K., Horvath, K., & Estes, D. (2003). Young children's talk about learning events. Cognitive Development, 18, 177-193.
Bartsch, K. (2002). The role of experience in children's developing folk epistemology: Review and analysis from the theory-theory perspective. New Ideas in Psychology, 20, 145-161.
Bartsch, K. & London, K. (2000). Children's use of belief information in selecting persuasive arguments. Developmental Psychology, 36, 352-365.
Bartsch, K. & Estes, D. (1997). Children's and adults' everyday talk about surprise. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 15, 461-475.
Miller, J. L. & Bartsch, K. (1997). Biological explanation: Are children vitalists? Developmental Psychology, 33, 156-164.
Bartsch, K. (1996). Between desires and beliefs: Young children's action predictions. Child Development, 67, 1671-1685.
Bartsch, K. & Estes, D. (1996). Individual differences in children's developing theory of mind and implications for metacognition. Learning and Individual Differences, 8(4), 281-304.
Bartsch, K. & Wellman, H. M. (1995). Children Talk About the Mind. Oxford: Oxford University Press.