Ágnes Melinda Kovács, B.A., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Babylab Central European University 
Cognitive development
"Ágnes Kovács"
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Kampis D, Kovács ÁM. (2022) Seeing the World From Others' Perspective: 14-Month-Olds Show Altercentric Modulation Effects by Others' Beliefs. Open Mind : Discoveries in Cognitive Science. 5: 189-207
Byers-Heinlein K, Tsui ASM, Bergmann C, et al. (2021) A multi-lab study of bilingual infants: Exploring the preference for infant-directed speech. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. 4
Dudley R, Kovács ÁM. (2021) Do "knowledge attributions" involve metarepresentation just like belief attributions do? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 44: e149
Kovács ÁM, Téglás E, Csibra G. (2021) Can infants adopt underspecified contents into attributed beliefs? Representational prerequisites of theory of mind. Cognition. 104640
Byers-Heinlein K, Tsui RK, van Renswoude D, et al. (2020) The development of gaze following in monolingual and bilingual infants: A multi-laboratory study. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies
Cesana-Arlotti N, Kovács ÁM, Téglás E. (2020) Infants recruit logic to learn about the social world. Nature Communications. 11: 5999
Ladányi E, Kovács ÁM, Gervain J. (2020) How 15-month-old infants process morphologically complex forms in an agglutinative language? Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 25: 190-204
Buttelmann F, Kovács ÁM. (2019) 14-Month-olds anticipate others' actions based on their belief about an object's identity. Infancy. 24: 738-751
Király I, Oláh K, Csibra G, et al. (2018) Retrospective attribution of false beliefs in 3-year-old children. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Freundlieb M, Kovács ÁM, Sebanz N. (2018) Reading Your Mind While You Are Reading-Evidence for Spontaneous Visuospatial Perspective Taking During a Semantic Categorization Task. Psychological Science. 956797617740973
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