Dr. Mark Sheskin is an assistant professor of social sciences at Minerva Schools at KGI and an instructor in the cognitive science department at Yale university. He’s also the co-leader of the Child Lab, where he’s working to harness the power of the internet to conduct studies with children online. In this podcast, we discuss his research focus on the origins of fairness motivations, how studies of prosociality are affected by research framing, as well as his involvements at Minerva, Yale, and the Child Lab.
8:00 - Tinbergen's four questions
11:00 - Paper on the slow emergence of fairness behaviors
19:50 - Article--is the Marshmallow test explained by reliability of authority figures?
27:06 - Vox Marshmallow article that "tells us s'more"
32:30 - The Child Lab
36:40 - Paper about income inequality
48:30 - Kim Scott's LookIt Lab
54:00 - Paper about best practices for online studies with children
1:02:00 - Building the Intentional University book