Betty M. Repacholi

Psychology University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Developmental Psychology, Psychometrics Psychology
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Ruba AL, Meltzoff AN, Repacholi BM. (2019) How do you feel? Preverbal infants match negative emotions to events. Developmental Psychology
Repacholi BM, Meltzoff AN, Toub TS, et al. (2016) Infants' generalizations about other people's emotions: Foundations for trait-like attributions. Developmental Psychology. 52: 364-78
Repacholi BM, Meltzoff AN, Rowe H, et al. (2014) Infant, Control Thyself: Infants' Integration of Multiple Social Cues to Regulate Their Imitative Behavior. Cognitive Development. 32: 46-57
Repacholi BM, Meltzoff AN, Rowe H, et al. (2014) Infant, control thyself: Infants' integration of multiple social cues to regulate their imitative behavior Cognitive Development. 32: 46-57
Oaten M, Stevenson RJ, Wagland P, et al. (2014) Parent-Child Transmission of Disgust and Hand Hygiene: The Role of Vocalizations, Gestures and Other Parental Responses Psychological Record. 64: 803-811
Stevenson RJ, Oaten MJ, Case TI, et al. (2010) Children's response to adult disgust elicitors: development and acquisition. Developmental Psychology. 46: 165-77
Repacholi BM. (2009) Linking actions and emotions: evidence from 15- and 18-month-old infants. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 27: 649-67
Repacholi BM, Meltzoff AN, Olsen B. (2008) Infants' understanding of the link between visual perception and emotion: "If she can't see me doing it, she won't get angry.". Developmental Psychology. 44: 561-74
Repacholi BM, Meltzoff AN. (2007) Emotional eavesdropping: infants selectively respond to indirect emotional signals. Child Development. 78: 503-21
Case TI, Repacholi BM, Stevenson RJ. (2006) My baby doesn't smell as bad as yours. The plasticity of disgust Evolution and Human Behavior. 27: 357-365
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