Angeline Lillard

University of Virginia

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Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia and director of its Early Development Lab

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SpongeBob Square Pants  is an animated sponge that lives under the sea. It's fast-paced, "fantastical" and hugely popular with kids, aged two to 11.

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