Celia Brownell

Psychology University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Social development
"Celia Brownell"
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Dahl A, Brownell CA. (2019) The Social Origins of Human Prosociality. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 28: 274-279
Hammond SI, Brownell CA. (2018) Happily Unhelpful: Infants' Everyday Helping and its Connections to Early Prosocial Development. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1770
Waugh WE, Brownell CA. (2017) "Help Yourself!" What Can Toddlers' Helping Failures Tell Us About the Development of Prosocial Behavior? Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 22: 665-680
Campbell SB, Mahoney AS, Northrup J, et al. (2017) Developmental Changes in Pretend Play from 22- to 34-Months in Younger Siblings of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology
Peterson CC, Slaughter V, Brownell C. (2015) Children with autism spectrum disorder are skilled at reading emotion body language. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 139: 35-50
Waugh W, Brownell C, Pollock B. (2015) Early socialization of prosocial behavior: Patterns in parents' encouragement of toddlers' helping in an everyday household task. Infant Behavior & Development. 39: 1-10
Ramani GB, Brownell CA. (2014) Preschoolers' cooperative problem solving: Integrating play and problem solving Journal of Early Childhood Research. 12: 92-108
Pettygrove DM, Hammond SI, Karahuta EL, et al. (2013) From cleaning up to helping out: parental socialization and children's early prosocial behavior. Infant Behavior & Development. 36: 843-6
Brownell CA, Iesue SS, Nichols SR, et al. (2013) Mine or yours? Development of sharing in toddlers in relation to ownership understanding. Child Development. 84: 906-20
Svetlova M, Nichols SR, Brownell CA. (2010) Toddlers' prosocial behavior: from instrumental to empathic to altruistic helping. Child Development. 81: 1814-27
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