Henry Wellman

Affiliations: 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
cognitive development, theory of mind, theory theory
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Bass I, Gopnik A, Hanson M, et al. (2018) Children's developing theory of mind and pedagogical evidence selection. Developmental Psychology
Brink KA, Gray K, Wellman HM. (2017) Creepiness Creeps In: Uncanny Valley Feelings Are Acquired in Childhood. Child Development
Wellman HM, Song JH, Peskin-Shepherd H. (2017) Children's Early Awareness of Comprehension as Evident in Their Spontaneous Corrections of Speech Errors. Child Development
Frazier BN, Gelman SA, Wellman HM. (2016) Young Children Prefer and Remember Satisfying Explanations. Journal of Cognition and Development : Official Journal of the Cognitive Development Society. 17: 718-736
Song JH, Volling BL, Lane JD, et al. (2016) Aggression, Sibling Antagonism, and Theory of Mind During the First Year of Siblinghood: A Developmental Cascade Model. Child Development
Peterson CC, O'Reilly K, Wellman HM. (2016) Deaf and hearing children's development of theory of mind, peer popularity, and leadership during middle childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Peterson C, Slaughter V, Moore C, et al. (2015) Peer Social Skills and Theory of Mind in Children With Autism, Deafness, or Typical Development. Developmental Psychology
Lane JD, Evans EM, Brink KA, et al. (2015) Developing Concepts of Ordinary and Extraordinary Communication. Developmental Psychology
Bowman LC, Kovelman I, Hu X, et al. (2015) Children's belief- and desire-reasoning in the temporoparietal junction: evidence for specialization from functional near-infrared spectroscopy. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9: 560
Ding XP, Wellman HM, Wang Y, et al. (2015) Theory-of-Mind Training Causes Honest Young Children to Lie. Psychological Science
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