Malinda Carpenter
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Understanding and sharing intentions: The origins of cultural cognition
M Tomasello, M Carpenter, J Call, T Behne, H Moll
Behavioral and brain sciences 28 (5), 675-691, 2005
Social cognition, joint attention, and communicative competence from 9 to 15 months of age
M Carpenter, K Nagell, M Tomasello, G Butterworth, C Moore
Monographs of the society for research in child development, i-174, 1998
Shared intentionality
M Tomasello, M Carpenter
Developmental science 10 (1), 121-125, 2007
A new look at infant pointing
M Tomasello, M Carpenter, U Liszkowski
Child development 78 (3), 705-722, 2007
Fourteen-through 18-month-old infants differentially imitate intentional and accidental actions
M Carpenter, N Akhtar, M Tomasello
Infant behavior and development 21 (2), 315-330, 1998
Eighteen-month-old infants show false belief understanding in an active helping paradigm
D Buttelmann, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Cognition 112 (2), 337-342, 2009
Twelve‐month‐olds point to share attention and interest
U Liszkowski, M Carpenter, A Henning, T Striano, M Tomasello
Developmental science 7 (3), 297-307, 2004
12-and 18-month-olds point to provide information for others
U Liszkowski, M Carpenter, T Striano, M Tomasello
Journal of cognition and development 7 (2), 173-187, 2006
Sympathy through affective perspective taking and its relation to prosocial behavior in toddlers.
A Vaish, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Developmental psychology 45 (2), 534, 2009
Unwilling versus unable: infants' understanding of intentional action.
T Behne, M Carpenter, J Call, M Tomasello
Developmental psychology 41 (2), 328, 2005
‘Unwilling’versus ‘unable’: chimpanzees’ understanding of human intentional action
J Call, B Hare, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Developmental science 7 (4), 488-498, 2004
The learning and use of gestural signals by young chimpanzees: A trans-generational study
M Tomasello, J Call, K Nagell, R Olguin, M Carpenter
Primates 35, 137-154, 1994
Twelve-month-olds communicate helpfully and appropriately for knowledgeable and ignorant partners
U Liszkowski, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Cognition 108 (3), 732-739, 2008
Interrelations among social-cognitive skills in young children with autism
M Carpenter, BF Pennington, SJ Rogers
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 32, 91-106, 2002
One‐year‐olds comprehend the communicative intentions behind gestures in a hiding game
T Behne, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Developmental science 8 (6), 492-499, 2005
The role of discourse novelty in early word learning
N Akhtar, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Child development 67 (2), 635-645, 1996
Do apes and children know what they have seen?
J Call, M Carpenter
Animal Cognition 3, 207-220, 2001
Selective imitation of in‐group over out‐group members in 14‐month‐old infants
D Buttelmann, N Zmyj, M Daum, M Carpenter
Child development 84 (2), 422-428, 2013
Putting the social into social learning: explaining both selectivity and fidelity in children's copying behavior.
H Over, M Carpenter
Journal of Comparative Psychology 126 (2), 182, 2012
The emergence of social cognition in three young chimpanzees
M Tomasello, M Carpenter, RP Hobson
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child development, i-152, 2005
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