Stephan Verschoor
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Where do action goals come from? Evidence for spontaneous action–effect binding in infants
SA Verschoor, M Weidema, S Biro, B Hommel
Frontiers in Psychology 1, 201, 2010
Evidence for a unitary goal concept in 12‐month‐old infants
S Biro, S Verschoor, L Coenen
Developmental science 14 (6), 1255-1260, 2011
From outcome prediction to action selection: Developmental change in the role of action-effect bindings
SA Verschoor, M Spapé, S Biro, B Hommel
developmental science, 2013
The developing cognitive substrate of sequential action control in 9-to 12-month-olds: Evidence for concurrent activation models
SA Verschoor, M Paulus, M Spapé, S Biro, B Hommel
Cognition 138, 64-78, 2015
Self-by-doing: The role of action for self-acquisition
SA Verschoor, B Hommel
Social Cognition 35 (2), 127-145, 2017
Outcome producing potential influences twelve-month-olds' interpretation of a novel action as goal-directed
AML Szilvia Biro, Stephan Verschoor, Esther Coalter
Infant Behavior and Development 37, 729–738, 0
Primacy of information about means selection over outcome selection in goal attribution by infants
S Verschoor, S Biro
Cognitive science 36 (4), 714-725, 2012
Explicit learning of arbitrary and non-arbitrary action–effect relations in adults and 4-year-olds
SA Verschoor, R Eenshuistra, J Kray, S Biro, B Hommel
Frontiers in psychology 2, 354, 2012
The primacy of means selection information over outcome selection information in infants' goal attribution
S Verschoor, S Biro
Learning about goals: development of action perception and action control
SA Verschoor
Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition, Department Cognitive Psychology …, 2014
Learning about goals
SA Verschoor
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