Virginia P. Slaughter

1994 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
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Farrell C, Slaughter V, McAuliffe T, et al. (2023) Participation and Experiences in Extracurricular Activities for Autistic and Neurotypical Children. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Cuskelly M, Gilmore L, Rayner C, et al. (2023) The impacts of typically developing siblings on the developmental outcomes of children with disability: A scoping review. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 140: 104574
Mulvihill A, Armstrong R, Casey C, et al. (2023) Early childhood educators' mental state language and children's theory of mind in the preschool setting. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Siriattakul P, Suttiwan P, Slaughter V, et al. (2020) Theory of Mind (ToM) Development in Thai Deaf Children. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education
Kritikos A, Lister J, Sparks S, et al. (2020) To have and to hold: embodied ownership is established in early childhood. Experimental Brain Research
Redshaw J, Nielsen M, Slaughter V, et al. (2020) Individual differences in neonatal 'imitation' fail to predict early social cognitive behaviour Developmental Science. 23
Lim J, Peterson CC, Rosnay MD, et al. (2020) Children’s moral evaluations of prosocial and self-interested lying in relation to age, ToM, cognitive empathy and culture European Journal of Developmental Psychology. 17: 504-526
O'Brien ZK, Cuskelly M, Slaughter V. (2019) Social Behaviors of Children with ASD during Play with Siblings and Parents: Parental Perceptions. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 97: 103525
Sommer K, Davidson R, Armitage KL, et al. (2019) Preschool children overimitate robots, but do so less than they overimitate humans. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 191: 104702
Gönültaş S, Selçuk B, Slaughter V, et al. (2019) The Capricious Nature of Theory of Mind: Does Mental State Understanding Depend on the Characteristics of the Target? Child Development
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