Ian Apperly
Ian Apperly
Professor of Cognition and Development, University of Birmingham, UK
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Do humans have two systems to track beliefs and belief-like states?
IA Apperly, SA Butterfill
Psychological review 116 (4), 953, 2009
Mindreaders: the cognitive basis of" theory of mind"
I Apperly
Psychology Press, 2010
Seeing it their way: evidence for rapid and involuntary computation of what other people see.
D Samson, IA Apperly, JJ Braithwaite, BJ Andrews, SE Bodley Scott
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 36 (5 …, 2010
Online usage of theory of mind continues to develop in late adolescence
I Dumontheil, IA Apperly, SJ Blakemore
Developmental science 13 (2), 331-338, 2010
Left temporoparietal junction is necessary for representing someone else's belief
D Samson, IA Apperly, C Chiavarino, GW Humphreys
Nature neuroscience 7 (5), 499-500, 2004
How to construct a minimal theory of mind
SA Butterfill, IA Apperly
Mind & Language 28 (5), 606-637, 2013
What is “theory of mind”? Concepts, cognitive processes and individual differences
IA Apperly
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 65 (5), 825-839, 2012
Executive function is necessary for perspective selection, not Level-1 visual perspective calculation: Evidence from a dual-task study of adults
AW Qureshi, IA Apperly, D Samson
Cognition 117 (2), 230-236, 2010
Frontal and temporo-parietal lobe contributions to theory of mind: neuropsychological evidence from a false-belief task with reduced language and executive demands
IA Apperly, D Samson, C Chiavarino, GW Humphreys
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 16 (10), 1773-1784, 2004
Seeing it my way: a case of a selective deficit in inhibiting self-perspective
D Samson, IA Apperly, U Kathirgamanathan, GW Humphreys
Brain 128 (5), 1102-1111, 2005
Is belief reasoning automatic?
IA Apperly, KJ Riggs, A Simpson, C Chiavarino, D Samson
Psychological Science 17 (10), 841-844, 2006
Children's thinking about counterfactuals and future hypotheticals as possibilities
SR Beck, EJ Robinson, DJ Carroll, IA Apperly
Child development 77 (2), 413-426, 2006
Studies of adults can inform accounts of theory of mind development.
IA Apperly, D Samson, GW Humphreys
Developmental psychology 45 (1), 190, 2009
Egocentrism and automatic perspective taking in children and adults
ADR Surtees, IA Apperly
Child development 83 (2), 452-460, 2012
Making tools isn’t child’s play
SR Beck, IA Apperly, J Chappell, C Guthrie, N Cutting
Cognition 119 (2), 301-306, 2011
Beyond Simulation–Theory and Theory–Theory: Why social cognitive neuroscience should use its own concepts to study “theory of mind”
IA Apperly
Cognition 107 (1), 266-283, 2008
The cost of thinking about false beliefs: Evidence from adults’ performance on a non-inferential theory of mind task
IA Apperly, E Back, D Samson, L France
Cognition 106 (3), 1093-1108, 2008
Domain-specificity and theory of mind: evaluating neuropsychological evidence
IA Apperly, D Samson, GW Humphreys
Trends in cognitive sciences 9 (12), 572-577, 2005
Why are there limits on theory of mind use? Evidence from adults’ ability to follow instructions from an ignorant speaker
IA Apperly, DJ Carroll, D Samson, GW Humphreys, A Qureshi, G Moffitt
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (6), 1201-1217, 2010
Similarities and differences in visual and spatial perspective-taking processes
A Surtees, I Apperly, D Samson
Cognition 129 (2), 426-438, 2013
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