Ho Ho Who’s gonna make you wish you were dating a barnacle, talk about witches, and why your dad stays on the sauce? It’s Tom and Amielle! These two ho-ligans are getting into childhood development and the belief in Santa, as well as punishment-resistant alcohol drinking (Domi, Xu, et al., 2021). So, pour yourself a mug of eggnog and gather the 1940s rat children around the ol’ podcast player, because this is as X-mas-y the podcast is ever gonna get.
- Alcohol abuse resources:
- Precisely proportioned: intertidal barnacles alter penis form to suit coastal wave action (Neufeld & Palmer, 2008)
- Don’t Stop Believing: Children’s Belief in Santa Claus (LoBue, 2021)
- Encounter with reality: children’s reactions on discovering the Santa Claus myth (Anderson & Prentice, 1994)
- Ho! Ho! Who? Parent promotion of belief in and live encounters with Santa Claus. (Goldstein & Woolley, 2016)
- Children’s understanding of physical possibility constrains their belief in Santa Claus. (Shtulman & Yoo, 2015)
- A visit from the Candy Witch: Factors influencing young children’s belief in a novel fantastical being. (Woolley, Boerger, & Markman, 2004)
- Development of beliefs about storybook reality. (Woolley & Cox, 2007)
- Revisiting the fantasy-reality distinction: children as naïve skeptics (Woolley & Ghossainy, 2013)
- A molecular mechanism for choosing alcohol over an alternative reward (Augier et al., 2018)
- New perspectives on central amygdala function (Fadok et al., 2018)
- A neural substrate of compulsive alcohol use (Domi et al., 2021)
To the best of our abilities, all research for planned discussion is cited orally in the show. Please send any concerns about un-cited material to Miss Behavior Journal Club Headquarters.