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
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
Nineteen-month-olds' understanding of the conventionality of object labels versus desires
SA Graham, H Stock, AME Henderson
Infancy 9 (3), 341-350, 2006
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
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
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
Nine‐month‐old infants generalize object labels, but not object preferences across individuals
AME Henderson, AL Woodward
Developmental Science 15 (5), 641-652, 2012
“Let’s work together”: What do infants understand about collaborative goals?
AME Henderson, AL Woodward
Cognition 121 (1), 12-21, 2011
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
PJ Denning
Communications of the ACM 55 (12), 33-35, 2012
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
Preschoolers’ selective learning is guided by the principle of relevance
AME Henderson, MA Sabbagh, AL Woodward
Cognition, 2012
Language matters: Thirteen-month-olds understand that the language a speaker uses constrains conventionality.
JC Scott, AME Henderson
Developmental psychology 49 (11), 2102, 2013
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
Creating Connection with Autonomous Facial Animation
M Sagar, M Seymour, AME Henderson
Communications of the ACM 59 (12), 82-91, 2016
The birth of social intelligence
AME Henderson, S Gerson, AL Woodward
Zero to three 28 (5), 13, 2008
24-month-olds’ selective learning is not an all-or-none phenomenon
AME Henderson, SA Graham, V Schell
PloS one 10 (6), e0131215, 2015
Emotion regulation, conflict resolution, and spillover on subsequent family functioning.
RST Low, NC Overall, EJ Cross, AME Henderson
Emotion 19 (7), 1162, 2019
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
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
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