Denis Tatone
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Statistical Treatment of Looking-Time Data
ML Gergely Csibra, Mikołaj Hernik, Olivier Mascaro, Denis Tatone
Developmental Psychology 52 (4), 521-536, 2016
Probing the strength of infants' preference for helpers over hinderers: Two replication attempts of Hamlin and Wynn (2011)
E Salvadori, T Blazsekova, A Volein, Z Karap, D Tatone, O Mascaro, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0140570, 2015
Giving and taking: Representational building blocks of active resource-transfer events in human infants
D Tatone, A Geraci, G Csibra
Cognition 137, 47-62, 2015
Do 15-month-old infants prefer helpers? A replication of Hamlin et al. (2007)
L Schlingloff, G Csibra, D Tatone
Royal Society Open Science 7 (4), 191795, 2020
Giving, but not taking, actions are spontaneously represented as social interactions: Evidence from modulation of lower alpha oscillations
J Yin, D Tatone, G Csibra
Neuropsychologia 139, 107363, 2020
Minimal cues of possession transfer compel infants to ascribe the goal of giving
D Tatone, M Hernik, G Csibra
Open Mind 3, 31-40, 2019
Facilitation of object encoding in infants by the observation of giving
D Tatone, M Hernik, G Csibra
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 18305, 2021
Infants infer different types of social relations from giving and taking actions.
D Tatone, G Csibra
CogSci, 2020
Structural asymmetries in the representation of giving and taking events
J Yin, G Csibra, D Tatone
Cognition 229, 105248, 2022
The naďve sociology of resource transfer
D Tatone
(Doctoral Dissertaton) Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 2017
Infants’ Social Evaluation of Helpers and Hinderers: A Large-Scale, Multi-Lab, Coordinated Replication Study
K Lucca, A Capelier-Mourguy, L Cirelli, K Byers-Heinlein, R Dal Ben, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Learning in and about opaque worlds
D Tatone, G Csibra
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38, e68, 2015
The representation of giving actions: Event construction in the service of monitoring social relationships
D Tatone, G Csibra
Infants do not use payoff information to infer individual goals in joint-action events
D Tatone, L Schlingloff-Nemecz, B Pomiechowska
Cognitive Development 66, 101329, 2023
Assessing the reporting and interpretation of non-significant results in the study of cognitive development: a systematic review
EW Legg, B Farrar, A Lazić, M Thiele, D Kampis, N Mani, K Sesar, ...
The Representation of Third-party Helping Interactions in Infancy
L Schlingloff, D Tatone, G Csibra
What do infants need an ownership concept for? Frugal possession concepts can adequately support early reasoning about distributive dilemmas.
D Tatone
Behavioral & Brain Sciences 46, 2023
If you presume relevance, you don’t need a bifocal lens
N Altınok, D Tatone, I Király, C Heintz, G Gergely
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 45, e250, 2022
Children, but not adults, prioritize relational over dispositional interpretations of dominance
B Pomiechowska, D Tatone, D Meszegeto
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 44 (44), 2022
More than one way to skin a cat: Addressing the arbitration problem in developmental science
D Tatone
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 45, e123, 2022
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