Louis J. Moses, Ph.D

1992-2018 Psychology University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
 2019- Psychology Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand) 
Theory of mind, Executive function, Prospective memory, moral development, quantitative psychology
"Louis Moses"

Lou Moses is the Director of the Developing Mind Lab with two branches: DML North (Eugene, Oregon) and DML South (Wellington, New Zealand). He completed his undergraduate degree with First Class Honours in Psychology at the University of Western Australia in 1983 before receiving his doctoral degree from Stanford University in 1991. Following that, he took up an Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of British Columbia. He then moved to the University of Oregon for the next 26 years, serving two terms as Department Head along the way. At the beginning of 2019 he moved to Victoria University of Wellington where he is currently the Head of the School of Psychology.

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Ochoa KD, Rodini JF, Moses LJ. (2022) False belief understanding and moral judgment in young children. Developmental Psychology
Mahy CEV, Moses LJ, O'Brien B, et al. (2019) The roles of perspective and language in children's ability to delay gratification. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 192: 104767
Mahy CEV, Moses LJ. (2015) The Effect of Retention Interval Task Difficulty on Young Children's Prospective Memory: Testing the Intention Monitoring Hypothesis Journal of Cognition and Development. 16: 742-758
Carlson SM, Claxton LJ, Moses LJ. (2015) The Relation Between Executive Function and Theory of Mind is More Than Skin Deep Journal of Cognition and Development. 16: 186-197
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
Mahy CE, Moses LJ, Kliegel M. (2014) The impact of age, ongoing task difficulty, and cue salience on preschoolers' prospective memory performance: the role of executive function. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 127: 52-64
Mahy CE, Moses LJ, Pfeifer JH. (2014) How and where: theory-of-mind in the brain. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 9: 68-81
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
Mahy CEV, Moses LJ, Kliegel M. (2014) The development of prospective memory in children: An executive framework Developmental Review
Moses LJ, Tahiroglu D. (2010) Clarifying the Relation between Executive Function and Children's Theories of Mind Self- and Social-Regulation: Exploring the Relations Between Social Interaction, Social Understanding, and the Development of Executive Functions
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