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Virginia Slaughter
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Whose gaze will infants follow? The elicitation of gaze‐following in 12‐month‐olds
S Johnson, V Slaughter, S Carey
Developmental Science 1 (2), 233-238, 1998
5941998
Young children's understanding of changes in their mental states
A Gopnik, V Slaughter
Child development 62 (1), 98-110, 1991
5841991
Theory of mind and peer acceptance in preschool children
V Slaughter, MJ Dennis, M Pritchard
British journal of developmental psychology 20 (4), 545-564, 2002
4662002
Culture and the sequence of steps in theory of mind development.
A Shahaeian, CC Peterson, V Slaughter, HM Wellman
Developmental psychology 47 (5), 1239, 2011
4252011
Theory of mind and prosocial behavior in childhood: A meta-analytic review.
K Imuta, JD Henry, V Slaughter, B Selcuk, T Ruffman
Developmental psychology 52 (8), 1192, 2016
3722016
The mind behind the message: Advancing theory‐of‐mind scales for typically developing children, and those with deafness, autism, or Asperger syndrome
CC Peterson, HM Wellman, V Slaughter
Child development 83 (2), 469-485, 2012
3642012
Conceptual coherence in the child's theory of mind: Training children to understand belief
V Slaughter, A Gopnik
Child development 67 (6), 2967-2988, 1996
3251996
Mind what mother says: Narrative input and theory of mind in typical children and those on the autism spectrum
V Slaughter, CC Peterson, E Mackintosh
Child development 78 (3), 839-858, 2007
3112007
Meta‐analysis of theory of mind and peer popularity in the preschool and early school years
V Slaughter, K Imuta, CC Peterson, JD Henry
Child development 86 (4), 1159-1174, 2015
2982015
Comprehensive longitudinal study challenges the existence of neonatal imitation in humans
J Oostenbroek, T Suddendorf, M Nielsen, J Redshaw, ...
Current biology 26 (10), 1334-1338, 2016
2952016
Opening windows into the mind: Mothers’ preferences for mental state explanations and children’s theory of mind
C Peterson, V Slaughter
Cognitive Development 18 (3), 399-429, 2003
2942003
Theory of mind and mental state discourse during book reading and story‐telling tasks
DK Symons, CC Peterson, V Slaughter, J Roche, E Doyle
British journal of developmental psychology 23 (1), 81-102, 2005
2762005
Changing your views: How understanding visual perception can lead to a new theory of the mind
A Gopnik, V Slaughter, A Meltzoff
Children’s early understanding of mind: Origins and development, 157-181, 1994
2591994
Death understanding and fear of death in young children
V Slaughter, M Griffiths
Clinical child psychology and psychiatry 12 (4), 525-535, 2007
2522007
Learning about life and death in early childhood
V Slaughter, M Lyons
Cognitive psychology 46 (1), 1-30, 2003
2342003
Constructing a coherent theory: Children’s biological understanding of life and death
V Slaughter, R Jaakkola, S Carey
Children’s understanding of biology and health, 71-96, 1999
2131999
Young children's understanding of death
V Slaughter
Australian psychologist 40 (3), 179-186, 2005
1932005
Social behaviors increase in children with autism in the presence of animals compared to toys
ME O'Haire, SJ McKenzie, AM Beck, V Slaughter
PloS one 8 (2), e57010, 2013
1862013
Psychology: From inquiry to understanding
S Lilienfeld, SJ Lynn, L Namy, N Woolf, G Jamieson, A Marks, V Slaughter
Pearson Higher Education AU, 2014
1842014
Effects of classroom animal-assisted activities on social functioning in children with autism spectrum disorder
ME O'Haire, SJ McKenzie, S McCune, V Slaughter
The journal of alternative and complementary medicine 20 (3), 162-168, 2014
1752014
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