It's Innate! is a podcast created by, and intended for, developmental psychologists and everyday people with interests in understanding how infants and children acquire knowledge. Dr. Candace Lapan and Dr. Deon Benton host this podcast.
Some of the issues and topics that are discussed on this podcast include: Can infants really add and subtract from birth or shortly thereafter? Do infants and children really understand that unsupported objects fall or that objects that are hidden continue to exist? Is the understanding that two people can have different beliefs really present from early in development? And what's all this talk about Baby Genius? Does it actually work? We tackle these issues (and more) on this podcast.
24 May 2021 | 1 hr 15 mins
language learning, mechanism, statistical learning
11 December 2020 | 1 hr 51 mins
face perception, individuation, infant
22 October 2020 | 1 hr 45 mins
category acquisition, category learning, face processing, label learning
10 October 2020 | 1 hr 55 mins
causal modules, causal perception, causality, habituation, infancy
19 September 2020 | 1 hr 27 mins
academic performance, intuitive theories, testing during the pandemic
2 September 2020 | 1 hr 29 mins
children, learning mechanisms, positivity bias, social learning
19 August 2020 | 1 hr 42 mins
prosocial, replication, social learning, sociomoral evaluations
In second segment, Candy and Deon discuss Kiley Hamlin's classic study on infants' developing sociomoral evaluations as well as a recent replication attempt of the original study. Candy and Deon also discuss whether the claim that infants possess a "innate moral core" (Hamlin, 2013) is supported by the data reported either in the original study or replication attempt.
5 August 2020 | 1 hr 32 mins
categorization, computational modeling, david rakison, mechanism, paired-preference
17 July 2020 | 1 hr 27 mins
addition and subtraction, familiarization, habituation, infant math, open science, p-values, statistics
4 July 2020 | 1 hr 39 mins
mechanisms, social comparison