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Knowledge and belief understanding among Iranian and Australian preschool children

Journal:
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 1643–1654 (2014)
Authors:
Shahaeian, A., Nielsen, M., Peterson, C., Aboutalebi , M., & Slaughter, V

Cultural and family influences on children’s theory of mind development: A comparison of Australian and Iranian children

Journal:
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 555-568 (2014)
Authors:
Shahaeian, A., Nielsen, M., Peterson, C., & Slaughter, V.

Cultural variations in the development of mindreading

Journal:
Child Development Perspectives, 8, 237–241. (2014).
Authors:
Slaughter, V. & Perez-Zapata, D.

Social behaviours increase more when children with ASD are imitated by their mothers versus an unfamiliar adult

Journal:
Autism Research, 7, 582–589 (2014).
Authors:
Slaughter, V. & Ong, S. S.

Increased moral sensitivity for outgroup perpetrators harming ingroup members

Journal:
Cerebral Cortex, doi 10.1093/cercor/bhu195 (2014)
Authors:
Molenberghs, P., Gapp, J. Wang, B., Louis, W. R. Decety, J.

Trait resilience fosters adaptive coping when control opportunities are high

Journal:
Journal of Business and Psychology, Online First.
Authors:
Parker, S. L., Jimmieson, N. L., Walsh, A. J., & Loakes, J. L

Micro-breaks matter: A diary study on the effects of energy management strategies on occupational well-being

Journal:
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 85, 287-297
Authors:
Zacher, H., Brailsford, H. A., & Parker, S. L.

Video games and prosocial behavior: A study of the effects of non-violent, violent and ultra-violent gameplay

Journal:
Computers in Human Behavior, 41, 8-13 (2014).
Authors:
Tear, Morgan J., & Nielsen, Mark

Where Culture Takes Hold: “Overimitation” and Its Flexible Deployment in Western, Aboriginal, and Bushmen Children

Journal:
Child Development
Authors:
Mark, Nielsen., Ilana Mushin., Keyan Tomaselli., Andrew, Whiten.

From fighting the system to embracing it: control loss promotes system justification among those high in reactance

Journal:
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 54, 139-146 (2014).
Authors:
Knight, C. G., Tobin, S. J., & Hornsey, M. J.
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