Mark Sabbagh
Mark Sabbagh
Professor of Psychology, Queen's University
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The development of executive functioning and theory of mind: A comparison of Chinese and US preschoolers
MA Sabbagh, F Xu, SM Carlson, LJ Moses, K Lee
Psychological science 17 (1), 74-81, 2006
Learning words from knowledgeable versus ignorant speakers: Links between preschoolers' theory of mind and semantic development
MA Sabbagh, DA Baldwin
Child development 72 (4), 1054-1070, 2001
Understanding orbitofrontal contributions to theory-of-mind reasoning: implications for autism
MA Sabbagh
Brain and cognition 55 (1), 209-219, 2004
Theory of mind development in Chinese children: a meta-analysis of false-belief understanding across cultures and languages.
D Liu, HM Wellman, T Tardif, MA Sabbagh
Developmental psychology 44 (2), 523, 2008
Mental state decoding abilities in clinical depression
L Lee, KL Harkness, MA Sabbagh, JA Jacobson
Journal of affective disorders 86 (2-3), 247-258, 2005
Neural correlates of theory-of-mind reasoning: an event-related potential study
MA Sabbagh, M Taylor
Psychological Science 11 (1), 46-50, 2000
Enhanced accuracy of mental state decoding in dysphoric college students
K Harkness, M Sabbagh, J Jacobson, N Chowdrey, T Chen
Cognition & Emotion 19 (7), 999-1025, 2005
Executive functioning and preschoolers' understanding of false beliefs, false photographs, and false signs
MA Sabbagh, LJ Moses, S Shiverick
Child development 77 (4), 1034-1049, 2006
Individual differences in executive functioning predict preschoolers’ improvement from theory-of-mind training.
JE Benson, MA Sabbagh, SM Carlson, PD Zelazo
Developmental Psychology 49 (9), 1615, 2013
Communicative intentions and language: Evidence from right-hemisphere damage and autism
MA Sabbagh
Brain and language 70 (1), 29-69, 1999
Neural correlates of mental state decoding in human adults: an event-related potential study
MA Sabbagh, MC Moulson, KL Harkness
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 16 (3), 415-426, 2004
Metarepresentation in action: 3-, 4-, and 5-year-olds' developing theories of mind in parent–child conversations.
MA Sabbagh, MA Callanan
Developmental Psychology 34 (3), 491, 1998
Neural correlates of children’s theory of mind development
D Liu, MA Sabbagh, WJ Gehring, HM Wellman
Child development 80 (2), 318-326, 2009
Neurodevelopmental correlates of theory of mind in preschool children
MA Sabbagh, LC Bowman, LE Evraire, JMB Ito
Child development 80 (4), 1147-1162, 2009
How children block learning from ignorant speakers
MA Sabbagh, D Shafman
Cognition 112 (3), 415-422, 2009
On the specificity of the relation between executive function and children's theories of mind.
LJ Moses, SM Carlson, MA Sabbagh
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2005
Decoupling beliefs from reality in the brain: an ERP study of theory of mind
D Liu, MA Sabbagh, WJ Gehring, HM Wellman
NeuroReport 15 (6), 991-995, 2004
Selective social learning: New perspectives on learning from others.
MA Koenig, MA Sabbagh
Developmental Psychology 49 (3), 399, 2013
Mental state decoding in past major depression: Effect of sad versus happy mood induction
KL Harkness, JA Jacobson, D Duong, MA Sabbagh
Cognition and Emotion 24 (3), 497-513, 2010
Multiple labels for objects in conversations with young children: Parents' language and children's developing expectations about word meanings.
MA Callanan, MA Sabbagh
Developmental Psychology 40 (5), 746, 2004
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