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Andrew N. Meltzoff

Center for Mind Brain and Learning University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Child development
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Meltzoff AN, Marshall PJ. (2020) Importance of body representations in social-cognitive development: New insights from infant brain science. Progress in Brain Research. 254: 25-48
Shen G, Meltzoff AN, Weiss SM, et al. (2020) Body representation in infants: Categorical boundaries of body parts as assessed by somatosensory mismatch negativity. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 44: 100795
Wang Z, Meltzoff AN. (2020) Imitation in Chinese Preschool Children: Influence of Prior Self-Experience and Pedagogical Cues on the Imitation of Novel Acts in a Non-Western Culture. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 662
Marshall PJ, Meltzoff AN. (2020) Body maps in the infant brain: implications for neurodevelopmental disabilities. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
Ruba AL, Meltzoff AN, Repacholi BM. (2020) Superordinate categorization of negative facial expressions in infancy: The influence of labels. Developmental Psychology
Río MFd, Susperreguy MI, Strasser K, et al. (2020) Early Sources of Children’s Math Achievement in Chile: The Role of Parental Beliefs and Feelings about Math Early Education and Development. 1-16
Rosen ML, Hagen MP, Lurie LA, et al. (2019) Cognitive Stimulation as a Mechanism Linking Socioeconomic Status With Executive Function: A Longitudinal Investigation. Child Development
Skinner AL, Olson KR, Meltzoff AN. (2019) Acquiring group bias: Observing other people's nonverbal signals can create social group biases. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Brooks R, Singleton JL, Meltzoff AN. (2019) Enhanced Gaze Following Behavior in Deaf Infants of Deaf Parents. Developmental Science. e12900
Ruba AL, Meltzoff AN, Repacholi BM. (2019) How do you feel? Preverbal infants match negative emotions to events. Developmental Psychology
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