Jonathan Redshaw
Jonathan Redshaw
Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow, University of Queensland
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Comprehensive longitudinal study challenges the existence of neonatal imitation in humans
J Oostenbroek, T Suddendorf, M Nielsen, J Redshaw, ...
Current Biology 26 (10), 1334-1338, 2016
Children’s and apes’ preparatory responses to two mutually exclusive possibilities
J Redshaw, T Suddendorf
Current Biology 26 (13), 1758-1762, 2016
Does metarepresentation make human mental time travel unique?
J Redshaw
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 5 (5), 519-531, 2014
The development of mental scenario building and episodic foresight
T Suddendorf, J Redshaw
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1296 (1), 135-153, 2013
Flexible planning in ravens?
J Redshaw, AH Taylor, T Suddendorf
Trends in cognitive sciences 21 (11), 821-822, 2017
Foresight beyond the very next event: Four-year-olds can link past and deferred future episodes
J Redshaw, T Suddendorf
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 404, 2013
Preparatory responses to socially determined, mutually exclusive possibilities in chimpanzees and children
T Suddendorf, J Crimston, J Redshaw
Biology letters 13 (6), 20170170, 2017
Young children from three diverse cultures spontaneously and consistently prepare for alternative future possibilities
J Redshaw, T Suddendorf, K Neldner, M Wilks, K Tomaselli, I Mushin, ...
Child Development 90 (1), 51-61, 2019
26 The Future-Directed Functions of the Imagination: From Prediction to Metaforesight
A Bulley, J Redshaw, T Suddendorf
The Cambridge handbook of the imagination, 425, 2020
Anticipation of future events
T Suddendorf, J Redshaw, J Vonk, TK Shackleford
Encyclopedia of animal cognition and behavior, 1-9, 2017
Future‑Thinking in animals
J Redshaw, A Bulley
The psychology of thinking about the future, 31, 2018
Development of children's use of external reminders for hard‐to‐remember intentions
J Redshaw, J Vandersee, A Bulley, SJ Gilbert
Child Development 89 (6), 2099-2108, 2018
Creation across culture: Children’s tool innovation is influenced by cultural and developmental factors.
K Neldner, J Redshaw, S Murphy, K Tomaselli, J Davis, B Dixson, ...
Developmental psychology 55 (4), 877, 2019
Re-evaluating the neonatal imitation hypothesis
J Oostenbroek, J Redshaw, J Davis, S Kennedy-Costantini, M Nielsen, ...
Developmental science 22 (2), e12720, 2018
Children’s perceptions of the moral worth of live agents, robots, and inanimate objects
K Sommer, M Nielsen, M Draheim, J Redshaw, EJ Vanman, M Wilks
Journal of experimental child psychology 187, 104656, 2019
Young children's capacity to imagine and prepare for certain and uncertain future outcomes
J Redshaw, T Leamy, P Pincus, T Suddendorf
PloS one 13 (9), e0202606, 2018
The developmental origins of moral concern: An examination of moral boundary decision making throughout childhood
K Neldner, D Crimston, M Wilks, J Redshaw, M Nielsen
PloS one 13 (5), e0197819, 2018
Re-analysis of data reveals no evidence for neonatal imitation in rhesus macaques
J Redshaw
Biology letters 15 (7), 20190342, 2019
Disentangling the effect of event-based cues on children’s time-based prospective memory performance
J Redshaw, JD Henry, T Suddendorf
Journal of experimental child psychology 150, 130-140, 2016
Does neonatal imitation exist? Insights from a meta-analysis of 336 effect sizes
J Davis, J Redshaw, T Suddendorf, M Nielsen, S Kennedy-Costantini, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 1745691620959834, 2021
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