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Object-directed imitation in children with high-functioning autism: Testing the social motivation hypothesis

Journal:
Autism Research
Authors:
Nielsen, M., Slaughter, V., & Dissanayake, C

Linking yesterday and tomorrow: Preschooler’s ability to report temporally displaced events

Journal:
British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 28, 491-498. (2010)
Authors:
Suddendorf T.

Young children's ability to distinguish past and future changes in physical and mental states.

Journal:
British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 28, 853-870. (2010)
Authors:
Busby-Grant J., & Suddendorf, T.

Mirror self-recognition beyond the face

Journal:
Child Development, 77, 176-185. (2006)
Authors:
Nielsen, M., Suddendorf, T., & Slaughter, V.

Movement facilitates infants’ recognition of the whole human form

Journal:
Cognition, 114, 329–337. (2010)
Authors:
Christie, T., & Slaughter, V.

Exploring links between sensorimotor and visuospatial body representations in infancy

Journal:
Developmental Neuropsychology, 34(4), 448-460 (2009)
Authors:
Christie, Tamara & Slaughter, Virginia

Imitation in Young Children: When Who Gets Copied Is More Important Than What Gets Copied

Journal:
Developmental Psychology, 47, 1050-1053 (2011)
Authors:
Nielsen, M., & Blank, C.

I can talk you into it: Theory of mind and persuasion behaviour in young children.

Journal:
Developmental Psychology, 49, 227-231.
Authors:
Slaughter, V., Peterson, C., & Moore, C.

The effect of social engagement on 24-month-olds’ imitation from live and televised models

Journal:
Developmental Science, 11, 722-731. (2008)
Authors:
Nielsen, M., Simcock, G., & Jenkins, L.

Children’s capacity to remember a novel problem and to secure its future solution.

Journal:
Developmental Science, 14, 26-33. (2011)
Authors:
Suddendorf, T., Nielsen, M., & van Gehlen, R.
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