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The development of gaze following and its relation to language
R Brooks, AN Meltzoff
Developmental Science 8 (6), 535-543, 2005
The importance of eyes: How infants interpret adult looking behavior.
R Brooks, AN Meltzoff
Developmental Psychology 38 (6), 958-966, 2002
Infant gaze following and pointing predict accelerated vocabulary growth through two years of age: A longitudinal, growth curve modeling study
R Brooks, AN Meltzoff
Journal of child language 35 (1), 207-220, 2008
"Like me” as a building block for understanding other minds: Bodily acts, attention, and intention
AN Meltzoff, R Brooks
Intentions and intentionality: Foundations of social cognition, 171-191, 2001
Self-experience as a mechanism for learning about others: a training study in social cognition.
AN Meltzoff, R Brooks
Developmental psychology 44 (5), 1257, 2008
Connecting the dots from infancy to childhood: A longitudinal study connecting gaze following, language, and explicit theory of mind
R Brooks, AN Meltzoff
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 130, 67-78, 2015
“Social” robots are psychological agents for infants: A test of gaze following
AN Meltzoff, R Brooks, AP Shon, RPN Rao
Neural networks 23 (8-9), 966-972, 2010
Infant understanding of the referential nature of looking
SC Butler, AJ Caron, R Brooks
Journal of Cognition and Development 1 (4), 359-377, 2000
Eyes wide shut: The importance of eyes in infant gaze following and understanding other minds
AN Meltzoff, R Brooks
Gaze following: Its development and significance, ed. R. Flom, K. Lee & D …, 2007
Gaze following at 12 and 14 months: Do the eyes matter?
AJ Caron, S Butler, R Brooks
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 20 (2), 225-239, 2002
Re‐examination of Oostenbroek et al.(2016): evidence for neonatal imitation of tongue protrusion
AN Meltzoff, L Murray, E Simpson, M Heimann, E Nagy, J Nadel, ...
Developmental Science 21 (4), e12609, 2018
Intersubjectivity before language: Three windows on preverbal sharing
AN Meltzoff, R Brooks
On being moved: From mirror neurons to empathy, 149-174, 2007
Gaze following: A mechanism for building social connections between infants and adults
R Brooks, AN Meltzoff
Mechanisms of social connection: From brain to group, 167-183, 2014
Infant sensitivity to deviations in dynamic facial-vocal displays: The role of eye regard.
AJ Caron, R Caron, J Roberts, R Brooks
Developmental Psychology 33 (5), 802, 1997
Social interaction in infants’ learning of second-language phonetics: An exploration of brain–behavior relations
BT Conboy, R Brooks, AN Meltzoff, PK Kuhl
Developmental Neuropsychology 40 (4), 216-229, 2015
Infant feeding practices in Barbados predict later growth
JR Galler, FC Ramsey, RH Harrison, R Brooks, S Weiskopf-Bock
The Journal of Nutrition 128 (8), 1328-1335, 1998
Enhanced gaze-following behavior in Deaf infants of Deaf parents
R Brooks, JL Singleton, AN Meltzoff
Developmental Science, e12900, 2019
Social cognition and language: The role of gaze following in early word learning.
AN Meltzoff, R Brooks
Infant pathways to language, 2009
Altruistic food sharing behavior by human infants after a hunger manipulation
RC Barragan, R Brooks, AN Meltzoff
Scientific Reports 10, 1785, 2020
The sound of social cognition: Toddlers’ understanding of how sound influences others
RA Williamson, R Brooks, AN Meltzoff
Journal of Cognition and Development 16 (2), 252-260, 2015
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