Andrew N. Meltzoff
Andrew N. Meltzoff
Co-Director, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, Professor of Psychology, University of
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TitleCited byYear
Imitation of facial and manual gestures by human neonates
AN Meltzoff, MK Moore
Science 198 (4312), 75-78, 1977
47481977
Understanding the intentions of others: re-enactment of intended acts by 18-month-old children.
AN Meltzoff
Developmental psychology 31 (5), 838, 1995
24271995
Words, thoughts, and theories
A Gopnik, AN Meltzoff
Mit Press, 1997
23101997
Newborn infants imitate adult facial gestures
AN Meltzoff, MK Moore
Child development, 702-709, 1983
16831983
How do we perceive the pain of others? A window into the neural processes involved in empathy
PL Jackson, AN Meltzoff, J Decety
Neuroimage 24 (3), 771-779, 2005
13752005
Children with autism fail to orient to naturally occurring social stimuli
G Dawson, AN Meltzoff, J Osterling, J Rinaldi, E Brown
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 28 (6), 479-485, 1998
11771998
Explaining facial imitation: A theoretical model
AN Meltzoff, MK Moore
Infant and child development 6 (3‐4), 179-192, 1997
11601997
The bimodal perception of speech in infancy
PK Kuhl, AN Meltzoff
Science 218 (4577), 1138-1141, 1982
10251982
Bilingual experience and executive functioning in young children
SM Carlson, AN Meltzoff
Developmental science 11 (2), 282-298, 2008
10092008
The role of imitation in understanding persons and developing theory of mind
A Meltzoff
Understanding other minds: Perspectives from autism, 335-366, 1993
9801993
What imitation tells us about social cognition: a rapprochement between developmental psychology and cognitive neuroscience
AN Meltzoff, J Decety
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series Bá…, 2003
9782003
The scientist in the crib: Minds, brains, and how children learn.
A Gopnik, AN Meltzoff, PK Kuhl
William Morrow & Co, 1999
9031999
Intermodal matching by human neonates
AN Meltzoff, RW Borton
Nature 282 (5737), 403, 1979
8981979
Empathy examined through the neural mechanisms involved in imagining how I feel versus how you feel pain
PL Jackson, E Brunet, AN Meltzoff, J Decety
Neuropsychologia 44 (5), 752-761, 2006
8942006
Imitation in newborn infants: Exploring the range of gestures imitated and the underlying mechanisms.
AN Meltzoff, MK Moore
Developmental psychology 25 (6), 954, 1989
8741989
Infant imitation after a 1-week delay: long-term memory for novel acts and multiple stimuli.
AN Meltzoff
Developmental psychology 24 (4), 470, 1988
8571988
Imitation, memory, and the representation of persons
AN Meltzoff, MK Moore
Infant behavior and development 17 (1), 83-99, 1994
8271994
Infant imitation and memory: Nine-month-olds in immediate and deferred tests
AN Meltzoff
Child development 59 (1), 217, 1988
7291988
Foundations for a new science of learning
AN Meltzoff, PK Kuhl, J Movellan, TJ Sejnowski
science 325 (5938), 284-288, 2009
6922009
‘Like me’: a foundation for social cognition
AN Meltzoff
Developmental science 10 (1), 126-134, 2007
6812007
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