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Melis Muradoglu is a psychology Ph.D. candidate at New York University. Much of her research examines achievement-related representations, with a particular focus on how children and adults think about the sources of success. Her work has examined the content and development of children's reasoning about academic performance, as well as adults' attributions for their own professional success. In other research, she studies how children form representations of social groups and animal kinds.

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