Jason Low
Jason Low
Associate Professor in Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington
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Listening to Mozart does not improve children's spatial ability: Final curtains for the Mozart effect
P McKelvie, J Low
British journal of developmental psychology 20 (2), 241-258, 2002
Implicit and explicit theory of mind: state of the art.
J Low, J Perner
Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2012
Attributing false beliefs about object identity reveals a signature blind spot in humans’ efficient mind-reading system
J Low, J Watts
Psychological Science 24 (3), 305-311, 2013
Preschoolers’ implicit and explicit false‐belief understanding: Relations with complex syntactical mastery
J Low
Child development 81 (2), 597-615, 2010
Adaptive numerical competency in a food-hoarding songbird
S Hunt, J Low, KC Burns
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1649), 2373-2379, 2008
Cognitive architecture of belief reasoning in children and adults: A primer on the two‐systems account
J Low, IA Apperly, SA Butterfill, H Rakoczy
Child Development Perspectives 10 (3), 184-189, 2016
Do infants understand false beliefs? We don’t know yet–A commentary on Baillargeon, Buttelmann and Southgate’s commentary
D Poulin-Dubois, H Rakoczy, K Burnside, C Crivello, S Dörrenberg, ...
Cognitive Development 48, 302-315, 2018
Large quantity discrimination by North Island robins (Petroica longipes)
A Garland, J Low, KC Burns
Animal cognition 15, 1129-1140, 2012
Generativity and imagination in autism spectrum disorder: Evidence from individual differences in children's impossible entity drawings
J Low, E Goddard, J Melser
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 27 (2), 425-444, 2009
Scaling theory of mind in a small‐scale society: A case study from Vanuatu
HGW Dixson, AF Komugabe‐Dixson, BJ Dixson, J Low
Child Development 89 (6), 2157-2175, 2018
Do children with autism use inner speech and visuospatial resources for the service of executive control? Evidence from suppression in dual tasks
L Holland, J Low
British journal of developmental psychology 28 (2), 369-391, 2010
Representing how rabbits quack and competitors act: Limits on preschoolers' efficient ability to track perspective
J Low, W Drummond, A Walmsley, B Wang
Child development 85 (4), 1519-1534, 2014
Finnish and English children's color use to depict affectively characterized figures
E Burkitt, K Tala, J Low
International Journal of Behavioral Development 31 (1), 59-64, 2007
Chinese preschoolers’ implicit and explicit false‐belief understanding
B Wang, J Low, Z Jing, Q Qinghua
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 30 (1), 123-140, 2012
Structure and causal connections in children's on-line television narratives: What develops?
J Low, K Durkin
Cognitive Development 13 (2), 201-225, 1998
Individual differences and consistency in maternal talk style during joint story encoding and retrospection: Associations with children’s long-term recall
J Low, K Durkin
International Journal of Behavioral Development 25 (1), 27-36, 2001
Life-history theory predicts host behavioural responses to experimental brood parasitism
ME Hauber, P Samaš, MG Anderson, J Rutila, J Low, P Cassey, T Grim
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 26 (4), 349-364, 2014
On the long road to mentalism in children’s spontaneous false-belief understanding: Are we there yet?
J Low, B Wang
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 2 (3), 411-428, 2011
Addition and subtraction in wild New Zealand robins
A Garland, J Low
Behavioural processes 109, 103-110, 2014
Effects of labeling on preschoolers’ explicit false belief performance: Outcomes of cognitive flexibility or inhibitory control?
J Low, S Simpson
Child development 83 (3), 1072-1084, 2012
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