Drawing the line: Drawing and construction strategies for simple and complex figures in Williams syndrome and typical development
Telling stories: Gender differences in peers' emotion talk and communication style
Chilean children's essentialist reasoning about poverty
The role of working memory in the development of emotion comprehension
Situation-sensitive use of insincerity: Pathways to communication in young children
The impact of novel labels on visual processing during infancy
Anger response styles in Chinese and Dutch children: A socio-cultural perspective on anger regulation
Social identity, peer group rejection, and young children's reactive, displaced, and proactive aggression
Young children's racial awareness and affect and their perceptions about mothers' racial affect in a multiracial context
Developmental changes in the engagement of episodic retrieval processes and their relationship with working memory during the period of middle childhood
Variability and standardized test profiles in typically developing children and children with Williams Syndrome
Children's social groups and intergroup prejudice: Assessing the influence and inhibition of social group norms
Social cognition is not reducible to theory of mind: When children use deontic rules to predict the behaviour of others
The semantic-similarity effect in children: Influence of long-term knowledge on verbal short-term memory
The influence of categorical organization on verbal working memory
Gaining knowledge via other minds: Children's flexible trust in others as sources of information
Development of the ability to inhibit a prepotent response: Influence of working memory and processing speed
Infants' perception of object–surface interplays