Victoria Southgate
Victoria Southgate
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Action anticipation through attribution of false belief by 2-year-olds
V Southgate, A Senju, G Csibra
Psychological science 18 (7), 587-592, 2007
9132007
Mindblind eyes: an absence of spontaneous theory of mind in Asperger syndrome
A Senju, V Southgate, S White, U Frith
Science 325 (5942), 883-885, 2009
7632009
Seventeen‐month‐olds appeal to false beliefs to interpret others’ referential communication
V Southgate, C Chevallier, G Csibra
Developmental science 13 (6), 907-912, 2010
3212010
Unbroken mirrors: Challenging a theory of autism
V Southgate, AFC Hamilton
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (6), 225-229, 2008
2812008
Predictive motor activation during action observation in human infants
V Southgate, MH Johnson, T Osborne, G Csibra
Biology Letters 5 (6), 769-772, 2009
2392009
Motor system activation reveals infants’ on-line prediction of others’ goals
V Southgate, MH Johnson, IE Karoui, G Csibra
Psychological Science 21 (3), 355-359, 2010
2082010
Do 18-month-olds really attribute mental states to others? A critical test
A Senju, V Southgate, C Snape, M Leonard, G Csibra
Psychological science 22 (7), 878-880, 2011
1732011
Infant pointing serves an interrogative function
K Begus, V Southgate
Developmental science 15 (5), 611-617, 2012
1672012
Infant pointing: Communication to cooperate or communication to learn?
V Southgate, C Van Maanen, G Csibra
Child development 78 (3), 735-740, 2007
1492007
Belief-based action prediction in preverbal infants
V Southgate, A Vernetti
Cognition 130 (1), 1-10, 2014
1462014
Absence of spontaneous action anticipation by false belief attribution in children with autism spectrum disorder
A Senju, V Southgate, Y Miura, T Matsui, T Hasegawa, Y Tojo, H Osanai, ...
Development and psychopathology 22 (2), 353-360, 2010
1162010
Sensitivity to communicative relevance tells young children what to imitate
V Southgate, C Chevallier, G Csibra
Developmental science 12 (6), 1013-1019, 2009
1122009
Infants attribute goals even to biomechanically impossible actions
V Southgate, MH Johnson, G Csibra
Cognition 107 (3), 1059-1069, 2008
1072008
Infants learn what they want to learn: Responding to infant pointing leads to superior learning
K Begus, T Gliga, V Southgate
PloS one 9 (10), e108817, 2014
702014
Baby steps: Investigating the development of perceptual–motor couplings in infancy
CCJM de Klerk, MH Johnson, CM Heyes, V Southgate
Developmental Science 18 (2), 270-280, 2015
662015
Motor activation during the prediction of nonexecutable actions in infants
V Southgate, K Begus
Psychological Science 24 (6), 828-835, 2013
612013
Evidence for infants' understanding of false beliefs should not be dismissed
G Csibra, V Southgate
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 10 (1), 4-5, 2006
592006
Inferring the outcome of an ongoing novel action at 13 months.
V Southgate, G Csibra
Developmental psychology 45 (6), 1794, 2009
582009
Infants’ preferences for native speakers are associated with an expectation of information
K Begus, T Gliga, V Southgate
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (44), 12397-12402, 2016
572016
Nine‐months‐old infants do not need to know what the agent prefers in order to reason about its goals: On the role of preference and persistence in infants’ goal‐attribution
M Hernik, V Southgate
Developmental science 15 (5), 714-722, 2012
552012
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