Norbert Zmyj

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
Developmental psychology
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Beisert M, Zmyj N, Daum MM. (2017) Turning the tide: A plea for cognitively lean interpretations of infant behaviour. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e383
Zmyj N, Schölmerich A, Daum MM. (2017) The relationship between attention and deferred imitation in 12-month-old infants. Infant Behavior & Development
Krieger AA, Möller C, Zmyj N, et al. (2016) Tom Is Not More Likely to Imitate Lisa Than Ying: The Influence of a Model's Race Indicated by Physical Appearance on Children's Imitation. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 972
Schröder L, Seehagen S, Zmyj N, et al. (2016) [In Process Citation]. Zeitschrift FüR Kinder- Und Jugendpsychiatrie Und Psychotherapie. 44: 31-8
Klein-Radukic S, Zmyj N. (2016) The relation between contingency preference and imitation in 6-8-month-old infants International Journal of Behavioral Development. 40: 173-180
Henning A, Zmyj N. (2016) Infant Do, Infant See: The Role of Feedback to Infant Behavior for the Understanding of Self and Others Infant and Child Development. 25: 233-239
Klein-Radukic S, Zmyj N. (2015) Dropout in looking time studies: The role of infants' temperament and cognitive developmental status. Infant Behavior & Development. 41: 142-53
Seehagen S, Schneider S, Rudolph J, et al. (2015) Stress impairs cognitive flexibility in infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Zmyj N, Prinz W, Daum MM. (2015) Eighteen-month-olds' memory interference and distraction in a modified A-not-B task is not associated with their anticipatory looking in a false-belief task. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 857
Zmyj N, Klein-Radukic S. (2015) Six-month-old infants' interaction difficulties are mirrored in their preference for perfect contingencies. Infant Mental Health Journal. 36: 193-9
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