Thorsten Kolling
Thorsten Kolling
Assistant professor, University of Frankfurt
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Infants in control: rapid anticipation of action outcomes in a gaze-contingent paradigm
Q Wang, J Bolhuis, CA Rothkopf, T Kolling, M Knopf, J Triesch
PloS one 7 (2), e30884, 2012
Role of monitoring and blunting coping styles in primary insomnia
U Voss, T Kolling, T Heidenreich
Psychosomatic Medicine 68 (1), 110-115, 2006
The other‐race effect in a longitudinal sample of 3‐, 6‐and 9‐month‐old infants: Evidence of a training effect
SM Spangler, G Schwarzer, C Freitag, M Vierhaus, M Teubert, ...
Infancy 18 (4), 516-533, 2013
Differences between old and young adults’ ability to recognize human faces underlie processing of horizontal information
S Obermeyer, T Kolling, A Schaich, M Knopf
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 4, 3, 2012
Infant development in two cultural contexts: Cameroonian Nso farmer and German middle‐class infants
A Lohaus, H Keller, B Lamm, M Teubert, I Fassbender, C Freitag, ...
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 29 (2), 148-161, 2011
Acceptance of social robots by elder people: does psychosocial functioning matter?
S Baisch, T Kolling, A Schall, S Rühl, S Selic, Z Kim, H Rossberg, B Klein, ...
International Journal of Social Robotics 9 (2), 293-307, 2017
Evidence and deployment-based research into care for the elderly using emotional robots
T Kolling, J Haberstroh, R Kaspar, J Pantel, F Oswald, M Knopf
GeroPsych, 2013
The development of 3-to 9-month-old infants in two cultural contexts: Bayley longitudinal results for Cameroonian and German infants
M Vierhaus, A Lohaus, T Kolling, M Teubert, H Keller, I Fassbender, ...
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 8 (3), 349-366, 2011
Emotionale Roboter im Pflegekontext
S Baisch, T Kolling, S Rühl, B Klein, J Pantel, F Oswald, M Knopf
Zeitschrift für gerontologie und geriatrie 51 (1), 16-24, 2018
Memory development throughout the second year: Overall developmental pattern, individual differences, and developmental trajectories
T Kolling, C Goertz, F Stefanie, M Knopf
Infant Behavior and Development 33 (2), 159-167, 2010
Assessing declarative memory in 12-month-old infants: A test–retest reliability study of the deferred imitation task
C Goertz, T Kolling, S Frahsek, A Stanisch, M Knopf
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 5 (4), 492-506, 2008
The development of implicit memory from infancy to childhood: On average performance levels and interindividual differences
IA Vöhringer, T Kolling, F Graf, S Poloczek, I Fassbender, C Freitag, ...
Child development 89 (2), 370-382, 2018
Is selective attention the basis for selective imitation in infants? An eye-tracking study of deferred imitation with 12-month-olds
T Kolling, G Óturai, M Knopf
Journal of experimental child psychology 124, 18-35, 2014
Imitative learning of Nso and German infants at 6 and 9 months of age: Evidence for a cross-cultural learning tool
F Graf, S Borchert, B Lamm, C Goertz, T Kolling, I Fassbender, M Teubert, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 45 (1), 47-61, 2014
Relations between 18-month-olds’ gaze pattern and target action performance: A deferred imitation study with eye tracking
G Óturai, T Kolling, M Knopf
Infant Behavior and Development 36 (4), 736-748, 2013
The role of object functions for deferred imitation–Do infants selectively retain and forget target actions?
G Óturai, T Kolling, LR Hall, M Knopf
Infant Behavior and Development 35 (2), 195-204, 2012
Deferred imitation in 6-month-old German and Cameroonian Nso infants
C Goertz, B Lamm, F Graf, T Kolling, M Knopf, H Keller
Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology 10 (1), 44-55, 2011
Die Frankfurter Imitationstests für 18 und 24 Monate alte Kinder: Entwicklung altersangepasster Gedächtnistests
C Goertz, T Kolling, S Frahsek, M Knopf
Zeitschrift für Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie 40 (3 …, 2008
Measuring declarative memory from infancy to childhood: The Frankfurt imitation tests for infants and children aged 12–36 months
T Kolling, M Knopf
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 12 (3), 359-376, 2015
Late life human development: Boosting or buffering universal biological aging.
T Kolling, M Knopf
Geropsych: The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry 27 (3), 103, 2014
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