Mark A. Sabbagh

Affiliations: 
Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada 
Area:
cognitive development, language development, preschool children, cognitive neuroscience
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Maureen Callanan research assistant UC Santa Cruz
Dare Ann Baldwin grad student 1994-1998 University of Oregon
Henry Wellman post-doc 1999-2000 University of Michigan (PsychTree)
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Zahavi AY, Sabbagh MA, Washburn D, et al. (2016) Serotonin and Dopamine Gene Variation and Theory of Mind Decoding Accuracy in Major Depression: A Preliminary Investigation. Plos One. 11: e0150872
Sabbagh MA, Koenig MA, Kuhlmeier VA. (2016) Conceptual constraints and mechanisms in children's selective learning. Developmental Science
Tahiroglu D, Moses LJ, Carlson SM, et al. (2014) The Children's Social Understanding Scale: construction and validation of a parent-report measure for assessing individual differences in children's theories of mind. Developmental Psychology. 50: 2485-97
Moses LJ, Carlson SM, Sabbagh MA. (2014) on the specificity of the relation between executive function and children's theories of mind Young Children's Cognitive Development: Interrelationships Among Executive Functioning, Working Memory, Verbal Ability, and Theory of Mind. 131-146
Mo S, Su Y, Sabbagh MA, et al. (2014) Sentential complements and false belief understanding in Chinese Mandarin-speaking preschoolers: A training study Cognitive Development. 29: 50-61
Koenig MA, Sabbagh MA. (2013) Selective social learning: new perspectives on learning from others. Developmental Psychology. 49: 399-403
Benson JE, Sabbagh MA, Carlson SM, et al. (2013) Individual differences in executive functioning predict preschoolers' improvement from theory-of-mind training. Developmental Psychology. 49: 1615-27
Henderson AM, Sabbagh MA, Woodward AL. (2013) Preschoolers' selective learning is guided by the principle of relevance. Cognition. 126: 246-57
Henderson AME, Sabbagh MA. (2013) Learning words from experience: An integrated framework Theoretical and Computational Models of Word Learning: Trends in Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. 109-131
Lackner C, Sabbagh MA, Hallinan E, et al. (2012) Dopamine receptor D4 gene variation predicts preschoolers' developing theory of mind. Developmental Science. 15: 272-80
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