Frankie T. K. Fong
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When efficiency attenuates imitation in preschool children
FTK Fong, K Imuta, J Redshaw, M Nielsen
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 39 (2), 330-337, 2021
42021
Interactive situations reveal more about children’s emotional knowledge
FTK Fong, CJ Mondloch, NL Nelson
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 198, 104879, 2020
42020
Enhancing same‐gender imitation by highlighting gender norms in Chinese pre‐school children
Z Wang, FTK Fong, AN Meltzoff
British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2020
32020
Social learning from media: The need for a culturally diachronic developmental psychology
M Nielsen, FTK Fong, A Whiten
Advances in Child Development and Behavior 61, 317-334, 2021
22021
The man and the machine: Do children learn from and transmit tool-use knowledge acquired from a robot in ways that are comparable to a human model?
FTK Fong, K Sommer, J Redshaw, J Kang, M Nielsen
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 208, 105148, 2021
12021
The digital social partner: Preschool children display stronger imitative tendency in screen‐based than live learning
FTK Fong, K Imuta, J Redshaw, M Nielsen
Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies, 2021
12021
Relationship between SES and preschoolers’ sociality: the mediating effect of household screen media experience
L Xie, Z Wang, Z Yu, FTK Fong
Early Child Development and Care, 1-13, 2020
12020
Preschool children's normative and instrumental learning
TK Fong
The University of Queensland, 2019
12019
A cross-cultural comparison: imitation of inefficient tool use in Australian and Malaysian preschool children
FTK Fong, J Redshaw, M Nielsen
Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science 5 (1), 37-47, 2021
2021
Overimitation of Children With Cochlear Implants or Hearing Aids in Comparison With Children With Normal Hearing (vol 33, pg 84, 2020)
Z Wang, X Zhu, J Meng, H Wang, FTK Fong
INFANTS & YOUNG CHILDREN 33 (2), 118-118, 2020
2020
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