David Buttelmann
David Buttelmann
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Eighteen-month-old infants show false belief understanding in an active helping paradigm
D Buttelmann, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Cognition 112 (2), 337-342, 2009
5342009
Enculturated chimpanzees imitate rationally
D Buttelmann, M Carpenter, J Call, M Tomasello
Developmental science 10 (4), F31-F38, 2007
2952007
Selective imitation of in‐group over out‐group members in 14‐month‐old infants
D Buttelmann, N Zmyj, M Daum, M Carpenter
Child development 84 (2), 422-428, 2013
2332013
The ontogeny of the motivation that underlies in-group bias
D Buttelmann, R Böhm
Psychological science 25 (4), 921-927, 2014
1892014
The reliability of a model influences 14-month-olds’ imitation
N Zmyj, D Buttelmann, M Carpenter, MM Daum
Journal of experimental child psychology 106 (4), 208-220, 2010
1492010
Rational tool use and tool choice in human infants and great apes
D Buttelmann, M Carpenter, J Call, M Tomasello
Child development 79 (3), 609-626, 2008
832008
Can domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) use referential emotional expressions to locate hidden food?
D Buttelmann, M Tomasello
Animal cognition 16 (1), 137-145, 2013
822013
Great apes distinguish true from false beliefs in an interactive helping task
D Buttelmann, F Buttelmann, M Carpenter, J Call, M Tomasello
PLoS one 12 (4), 2017
632017
Domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) use a physical marker to locate hidden food
J Riedel, D Buttelmann, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal cognition 9 (1), 27-35, 2006
622006
Eighteen-month-olds understand false beliefs in an unexpected-contents task
D Buttelmann, H Over, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Journal of experimental child psychology 119, 120-126, 2014
592014
Do great apes use emotional expressions to infer desires?
D Buttelmann, J Call, M Tomasello
Developmental science 12 (5), 688-698, 2009
592009
What you get is what you believe: Eighteen-month-olds demonstrate belief understanding in an unexpected-identity task
F Buttelmann, J Suhrke, D Buttelmann
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 131, 94-103, 2015
522015
Infant and adult pupil dilation in response to unexpected sounds
N Wetzel, D Buttelmann, A Schieler, A Widmann
Developmental psychobiology 58 (3), 382-392, 2016
482016
‘Over-imitation’: A review and appraisal of a decade of research
S Hoehl, S Keupp, H Schleihauf, N McGuigan, D Buttelmann, A Whiten
Developmental Review 51, 90-108, 2019
462019
Invited commentary: Interpreting failed replications of early false-belief findings: Methodological and theoretical considerations
R Baillargeon, D Buttelmann, V Southgate
Cognitive Development 46, 112-124, 2018
262018
Great apes infer others’ goals based on context
D Buttelmann, S Schütte, M Carpenter, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal Cognition 15 (6), 1037-1053, 2012
262012
Chimpanzees, Pan troglodytes, recognize successful actions, but fail to imitate them
D Buttelmann, M Carpenter, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal Behaviour 86 (4), 755-761, 2013
202013
Behavioral cues that great apes use to forage for hidden food
D Buttelmann, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal Cognition 11 (1), 117-128, 2008
172008
Children’s understanding of first-and third-person perspectives in complement clauses and false-belief tasks
S Brandt, D Buttelmann, E Lieven, M Tomasello
Journal of experimental child psychology 151, 131-143, 2016
142016
Anxiety-reducing effect: Dog, fish and plant in direct comparison
D Buttelmann, AK Römpke
Anthrozoös 27 (2), 267-277, 2014
142014
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