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In order to navigate the social world, children need to understand and make predictions about how people will interact with one another. Throughout most of human history, social groups have been prominently marked by kinship relations, but few experiments have examined children's knowledge of and reasoning about kinship relations. In the current studies, we investigated how 3-to 5-year-old children understand kinship relations, compared to non-kin relations between friends, with questions suchdoi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00440 pmid:27065213 pmcid:PMC4810026 fatcat:llffet3cknd33jg7j4yumqzcwm