Annette M E Henderson
Annette M E Henderson
School of Psychology, University of Auckland
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Executive function and false-belief understanding in preschool children: Two tasks are harder than one
S Hala, S Hug, A Henderson
Journal of Cognition and Development 4 (3), 275-298, 2003
2522003
The emergence of intention attribution in infancy
AL Woodward, JA Sommerville, S Gerson, AME Henderson, J Buresh
Psychology of Learning and Motivation 51, 187-222, 2009
147*2009
Nineteen-month-olds' understanding of the conventionality of object labels versus desires
SA Graham, H Stock, AME Henderson
Infancy 9 (3), 341-350, 2006
912006
Infants’ and Young Children’s Imitation of Linguistic In-Group and Out-Group Informants
LH Howard, AME Henderson, C Carrazza, AL Woodward
Child Development, 2014
902014
Two-year-olds' appreciation of the shared nature of novel object labels
AME Henderson, SA Graham
Journal of Cognition and Development 6 (3), 381-402, 2005
902005
Three types of source monitoring by children with and without autism: The role of executive function
S Hala, C Rasmussen, AME Henderson
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 35 (1), 75-89, 2005
872005
Nine‐month‐old infants generalize object labels, but not object preferences across individuals
AME Henderson, AL Woodward
Developmental Science 15 (5), 641-652, 2012
792012
“Let’s work together”: What do infants understand about collaborative goals?
AME Henderson, AL Woodward
Cognition 121 (1), 12-21, 2011
732011
How an appreciation of conventionality shapes early word learning
MA Sabbagh, AME Henderson
New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 2007 (115), 25-37, 2007
502007
Active experience shapes 10‐month‐old infants’ understanding of collaborative goals
AME Henderson, Y Wang, LE Matz, AL Woodward
Infancy 18 (1), 10-39, 2013
472013
Preschoolers’ selective learning is guided by the principle of relevance
AME Henderson, MA Sabbagh, AL Woodward
Cognition, 2012
332012
Language matters: Thirteen-month-olds understand that the language a speaker uses constrains conventionality.
JC Scott, AME Henderson
Developmental psychology 49 (11), 2102, 2013
232013
Creating Connection with Autonomous Facial Animation
M Sagar, M Seymour, AME Henderson
Communications of the ACM 59 (12), 82-91, 2016
212016
Emotion regulation, conflict resolution, and spillover on subsequent family functioning.
RST Low, NC Overall, EJ Cross, AME Henderson
Emotion 19 (7), 1162, 2019
202019
She called that thing a mido, but should you call it a mido too? Linguistic experience influences infants’ expectations of conventionality
AME Henderson, JC Scott
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 332, 2015
202015
The birth of social intelligence
AME Henderson, S Gerson, AL Woodward
Zero to three 28 (5), 13, 2008
172008
24-month-olds’ selective learning is not an all-or-none phenomenon
AME Henderson, SA Graham, V Schell
PloS one 10 (6), e0131215, 2015
162015
Twelve-month-old infants generalize novel signed labels, but not preferences across individuals
MA Novack, AME Henderson, AL Woodward
Journal of Cognition and Development 15 (4), 539-550, 2014
142014
Aligning technological and pedagogical considerations: Harnessing touch-technology to enhance opportunities for collaborative gameplay and reciprocal teaching in NZ early education
R Hoda, A Henderson, S Lee, B Beh, J Greenwood
International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction 2 (1), 48-59, 2014
142014
Parents' use of conventional and unconventional labels in conversations with their preschoolers
AME Henderson, MA Sabbagh
Journal of child language 37 (04), 793-816, 2010
142010
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