Ori Friedman
TitleCited byYear
Core mechanisms in 'theory of mind'
AM Leslie, O Friedman, TP German
Trends in cognitive sciences 8 (12), 528-533, 2004
6622004
Determining who owns what: Do children infer ownership from first possession?
O Friedman, KR Neary
Cognition 107 (3), 829-849, 2008
1742008
The folk conception of knowledge.
C Starmans, O Friedman
Cognition, 2012
1242012
The conceptual underpinnings of pretense: Pretending is not [] behaving-as-if'
O Friedman, AM Leslie
Cognition 105 (1), 103-124, 2007
1012007
Mechanisms of belief-desire reasoning: Inhibition and bias
O Friedman, AM Leslie
Psychological Science 15 (8), 547, 2004
932004
First possession: An assumption guiding inferences about who owns what
O Friedman
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15 (2), 290-295, 2008
902008
Theory of mind and the right cerebral hemisphere: Refining the scope of impairment
R Griffin, O Friedman, J Ween, E Winner, F Happé, H Brownell
Laterality 11 (03), 195-225, 2006
872006
Recognition of pretend and real actions in play by 1-and 2-year-olds: Early success and why they fail
FM Bosco, O Friedman, AM Leslie
Cognitive Development 21 (1), 3-10, 2006
782006
Preschoolers infer ownership from “control of permission”.
KR Neary, O Friedman, CL Burnstein
Developmental psychology 45 (3), 873, 2009
732009
Cerebral lateralization and theory of mind
H Brownell, R Griffin, E Winner, O Friedman, F Happé
Understanding other minds: Perspectives from developmental cognitive …, 2000
722000
Processing demands in belief‐desire reasoning: inhibition or general difficulty?
O Friedman, AM Leslie
Developmental Science 8 (3), 218-225, 2005
532005
A developmental shift in processes underlying successful belief-desire reasoning
O Friedman, AM Leslie
Cognitive Science 28 (6), 963-977, 2004
512004
Young children give priority to ownership when judging who should use an object
KR Neary, O Friedman
Child Development 85 (1), 326-337, 2014
502014
Necessary for possession: How people reason about the acquisition of ownership
O Friedman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (9), 1161, 2010
482010
First Possession, History, and Young Children's Ownership Judgments
O Friedman, JW Van de Vondervoort, MA Defeyter, KR Neary
Child Development, 2013
472013
Ownership and object history
O Friedman, KR Neary, MA Defeyter, SL Malcolm
New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 2011 (132), 79-89, 2011
452011
Young children's understanding of ownership
SE Nancekivell, JW Van de Vondervoort, O Friedman
Child Development Perspectives 7 (4), 243-247, 2013
442013
Just Pretending Can Be Really Learning: Children Use Pretend Play as a Source for Acquiring Generic Knowledge.
SL Sutherland, O Friedman
Developmental Psychology, 2013
372013
Preschoolers selectively infer history when explaining outcomes: Evidence from explanations of ownership, liking, and use
SE Nancekivell, O Friedman
Child Development 85 (3), 1236-1247, 2014
362014
Is young children's recognition of pretense metarepresentational or merely behavioral? Evidence from 2-and 3-year-olds' understanding of pretend sounds and speech
O Friedman, KR Neary, CL Burnstein, AM Leslie
Cognition 115 (2), 314-319, 2010
362010
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