Norbert Zmyj

Affiliations: 
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
Area:
Developmental psychology
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Margoni F, Block K, Hamlin K, et al. (2022) Meta-analytic evidence against sex differences in infants' and toddlers' preference for prosocial agents. Developmental Psychology
Sieber F, Zmyj N. (2022) Stability and structure of infant and toddler temperament in two longitudinal studies in Germany. Infant Behavior & Development. 67: 101714
Seehagen S, Herbert JS, Zmyj N. (2021) Prior sleep timing and visual recognition of emotional faces in 6-month-old infants. Infant Behavior & Development. 65: 101655
Vaporova E, Zmyj N. (2020) Social evaluation and imitation of prosocial and antisocial agents in infants, children, and adults. Plos One. 15: e0235595
Klein-Radukic S, Zmyj N. (2020) No evidence for infants' contingency detection as a precursor of toddlers' self-recognition. Infant Behavior & Development. 60: 101459
Buttelmann D, Zmyj N. (2020) Fourteen-month-olds' imitation is influenced more strongly by a model's competence than by a model's certainty. Infant Behavior & Development. 60: 101458
Zmyj N, Seehagen S. (2020) A model’s competence influences false-belief attribution in preschoolers European Journal of Developmental Psychology. 17: 123-137
Seehagen S, Zmyj N, Herbert JS. (2019) Remembering in the Context of Internal States: The Role of Sleep for Infant Memory Child Development Perspectives. 13: 110-115
Müller D, Teismann T, Hirschfeld G, et al. (2018) The course of maternal repetitive negative thinking at the transition to motherhood and early mother-infant interactions: Is there a link? Development and Psychopathology. 1-11
Witt S, Weitkämper A, Neumann H, et al. (2018) Delayed theory of mind development in children born preterm: A longitudinal study. Early Human Development. 127: 85-89
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