Russian Foundation for the Humanities grants were awarded to Kotov Alexey, Kotova Tanya, Vlasova Lisa and Yudina Tanya for the projects “The influence of categorization experience on the induction inference development in infancy” (15- 36- 01328,PI: Alexey Kotov); “Overimitation Effect: Application of Rationality Principle, Following Ostensive Cues or Adoption of Joint Action?” (15- 06- 10943, PI: Tatyana Kotova) and “The influences of intentionality and effectiveness of adults’ behavior on infants’ imitation of object-related actions. (15- 36- 01366, PI: Tatyana Kotova).
Basic Research Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics grant was awarded to Kotov Alexey for the project “Preschoolers conceptual flexibility as function of associative and conceptual learning”.
President of the Russian Federation Foundation grants were awarded to Kotov Alexey for the project “The formation of new categories of adults and children with simultaneous operation of explicit and implicit learning systems” and to Kotova Tatyana for the project “Dynamics of joint attention of the child and the adult in the development of a new word meaning”
Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) grant was awarded to Kotov Alexey, Kotova Tanya and Vlasova Lisa for the project “Linguistically modulated perception: how words catalyze categorization”