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Developmental correspondence between action prediction and motor ability in early infancy.
How do infants understand the goals of others' actions? It has been proposed that action-understanding results from a mechanism whereby an observed action is mapped onto the observer's own motorExpand
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Synchrony in the Onset of Mental-State Reasoning
Over the past 20 years, developmental psychologists have shown considerable interest in the onset of a theory of mind, typically marked by children's ability to pass false-belief tasks. In WesternExpand
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An exploratory study of gaze‐monitoring in nonhuman primates1
: Eleven species of nonhuman primate were tested in a gaze-monitoring task to examine whether they would look where the experimenter looked or pointed. Chimpanzees and an orangutan showed higherExpand
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Use of experimenter-given cues during object-choice tasks by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), an orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), and human infants (Homo sapiens).
In a series of experiments, chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), an orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), and human infants (Homo sapiens) were investigated as to whether they used experimenter-given cues whenExpand
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Chimpanzee Use of Human and Conspecific Social Cues to Locate Hidden Food
Two studies are reported in which chimpanzees attempted to use social cues to locate hidden food in one of two possible hiding places. In the first study four chimpanzees were exposed to a localExpand
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How the eyes, head and hand serve definite reference
Babies followed manual pointing by an adult to locate the more peripheral of a pair of identical targets, whereas a change of head and gaze direction allowed accurate target identification only forExpand
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Learning to use experimenter-given cues during an object-choice task by a capuchin monkey
Un jeune singe capucin, Cebus apella, a ete entraine a utiliser des indices comportementaux donnes par l'experimentateur lors de tâches de choix d'objets. Cinq conditions etaient utilisees aExpand
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Gaze‐following and joint visual attention in nonhuman animals
:   In this paper, studies of gaze-following and joint visual attention in nonhuman animals are reviewed from the theoretical perspective of Emery (2000). There are many studies of gaze-following andExpand
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Development of an android robot for studying human-robot interaction
We have developed an android robot that has similar appearance as humans and several actuators generating micro behaviors. Expand
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The role of the right prefrontal cortex in self-evaluation of the face: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study
Individuals can experience negative emotions (e.g., embarrassment) accompanying self-evaluation immediately after recognizing their own facial image, especially if it deviates strongly from theirExpand
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