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Hwang, H.G. & Markson, L (2018). Locals don’t have accents: Children weigh phonological proficiency over syntactic or semantic proficiency when categorizing individuals. Journal of Child Language. Link

Hennefield, L., Hwang, H.G., Weston, S., & Povinelli, D (2018). Meta-analytic techniques reveal that corvid causal reasoning in the Aesop’s Fable paradigm is driven by trial-and-error learning. Animal Cognition. Link
* Hennefield & Hwang equally contributed to this publication

Hwang, H.G., Marrus, N., Irvin, K., & Markson, L. (2017). Three-year-old children detect third-party social exclusion. Journal of Cognition & Development, 18(5), 515 - 529. doi

DeJesus, J., Hwang, H. G., Dautel, J. B., & Kinzler, K. D. (2017). Bilingual children prefer familiar native accents to familiar nonnative accents. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 164, 178 - 191. doi

DeJesus, J., Hwang, H. G., Dautel, J. B., & Kinzler, K. D. (2017). 'American = English-speaker' before 'American = White.' The development of children's reasoning about nationality. Child Development. Advanced online publication. doi:

Wu, E., El-Bassel, N., McVinney, L. D., Hess, L., Fopeano, M. V., Hwang, H. G., ... & Mansergh, G. (2015). The association between substance use and intimate partner violence within Black male same-sex relationships. Journal of interpersonal violence, 30(5), 762-781.

Cordisco Tsai, L., Witte, S. S., Toivgoo, A., Riedel, M., Hwang, H. G., & Ssewamala, F. (2013). There is no other option; we have to feed our families…who else would do it?: The financial lives of women engaging in sex work in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Global Journal of Health Science, 5(5), 41-50.