Appointment: Associate Professor

Research topics:
• Sociomoral reasoning
• Early conceptual development

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Nov 14, 2020 - Early Cognition Lab
Gabrieli, Giulio; Zhang, Lijun; Setoh, Peipei, 2020, "Related Data for: A Machine Learning Approach For The Automatic Estimation Of Fixation-Time Data Signals’ Quality",, DR-NTU (Data), V2, UNF:6:kPNKAuB3E6Sk9elIDziVzA== [fileUNF]
Fixation time measures have been widely adopted in infants' and young children's studies, because they can successfully tap on infants' meaningful nonverbal behaviors. While recording preverbal children's behavior is relatively simple, the analysis of collected signals requires e...
Sep 2, 2020 - Early Cognition Lab
Setoh Peipei; Zhao Siqi, 2020, "Data on Parents With Greater Religiosity Lie Less to Their Children",, DR-NTU (Data), V2, UNF:6:12CdCn1uQgXnm1Qd+w8yVg== [fileUNF]
The present data are reported in the article “Parents With Greater Religiosity Lie Less to Their Children" (Setoh et al., 2020). The dataset contains self-reported responses from 52 Singaporean parents. Parents completed the Singapore Parental Lying Scale, the Duke University Rel...
Early Cognition Lab(Nanyang Technological University)
Jul 9, 2020
Jun 1, 2020
Lee, Kristy Jia Jin; Setoh, Peipei, 2020, "Data on Preschoolers’ Resource Allocation to Ingroup and Outgroup Recipients with Varying Moral Attributes",, DR-NTU (Data), V1, UNF:6:Gc79tWH/UJSX5VYXsb6e5A== [fileUNF]
This article describes data collected from 130 two- to six-year-olds who participated in two experimental studies conducted in Singapore preschools. The data presented herein are related to the research article entitled “Young Children’s Intergroup Resource Allocation in Conventi...
Jun 1, 2020
Cheng, Michelle, 2020, "She thinks in English, but she wants in Mandarin: Differences in Singaporean bilingual English-Mandarin mothers’ mental-state-talk",, DR-NTU (Data), V1, UNF:6:+EAit+x1Yp0gQvm+fyhqxA== [fileUNF]
Chinese-speaking parents are argued to use less cognitive mental-state-talk due to cultural goals of socializing children to follow an interdependence script. To extend this research, we investigated bilingual Mandarin-English Singaporean mothers who associate different functions...
Aug 9, 2019
Setoh, Peipei; Cheng, Michelle; Gianluca Esposito, 2019, "Mother and toddlers' English-Mandarin bilingual speech",, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Noun dominance in early lexical acquisition as a universal or a language-specific phenomenon was investigated in 19 bilingual English- and Mandarin-learning toddlers and their mothers across two mother-child contexts: book reading and toy playing.
Aug 9, 2019
Setoh, Peipei; Cheng, Michelle, 2019, "Character education, character values and moral behavior",, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Background. It is unclear how character is related to moral behavior, and if character can be fostered by character education. Aims. The present studies investigated which values are related to moral behavior and whether there are cross-cultural similarities. Further, the present...
Jul 31, 2019
Setoh, Peipei, 2019, "Parenting by lying",, DR-NTU (Data), V1, UNF:6:32QHXwvr48Voi/kGPi/SXQ== [fileUNF]
The present data are reported in the article “Parenting by Lying in Childhood is Associated with Negative Developmental Outcomes in Adulthood (Setoh, Zhao, Santos, Heyman, & Lee, under review)”. In this dataset, there are 377 responses from young Singaporean adults who reported o...
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