Mark Nielsen
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The persistent sampling bias in developmental psychology: A call to action
M Nielsen, D Haun, J Kärtner, CH Legare
Journal of experimental child psychology 162, 31-38, 2017
Copying actions and copying outcomes: social learning through the second year.
M Nielsen
Developmental psychology 42 (3), 555, 2006
Imitation and innovation: The dual engines of cultural learning
CH Legare, M Nielsen
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (11), 688-699, 2015
Overimitation in Kalahari Bushman children and the origins of human cultural cognition
M Nielsen, K Tomaselli
Psychological science 21 (5), 729-736, 2010
Comprehensive longitudinal study challenges the existence of neonatal imitation in humans
J Oostenbroek, T Suddendorf, M Nielsen, J Redshaw, ...
Current biology 26 (10), 1334-1338, 2016
Children’s capacity to remember a novel problem and to secure its future solution
T Suddendorf, M Nielsen, R Von Gehlen
Developmental science 14 (1), 26-33, 2011
The effect of social engagement on 24‐month‐olds’ imitation from live and televised models
M Nielsen, G Simcock, L Jenkins
Developmental science 11 (5), 722-731, 2008
Imitation in young children: when who gets copied is more important than what gets copied.
M Nielsen, C Blank
Developmental psychology 47 (4), 1050, 2011
Pretend play, mirror self-recognition and imitation: A longitudinal investigation through the second year
M Nielsen, C Dissanayake
Infant Behavior and Development 27 (3), 342-365, 2004
Imitation, pretend play, and childhood: Essential elements in the evolution of human culture?
M Nielsen
Journal of Comparative Psychology 126 (2), 170, 2012
An investigation of pretend play, mental state terms and false belief understanding: In search of a metarepresentational link
M Nielsen, C Dissanayake
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 18 (4), 609-624, 2000
Failure to demonstrate that playing violent video games diminishes prosocial behavior
MJ Tear, M Nielsen
PloS one 8 (7), e68382, 2013
Mirror self‐recognition beyond the face
M Nielsen, T Suddendorf, V Slaughter
Child Development 77 (1), 176-185, 2006
Where culture takes hold:“Overimitation” and its flexible deployment in Western, Aboriginal, and Bushmen children
M Nielsen, I Mushin, K Tomaselli, A Whiten
Child development 85 (6), 2169-2184, 2014
Why developmental psychology is incomplete without comparative and cross-cultural perspectives
M Nielsen, D Haun
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
Adopting the ritual stance: The role of opacity and context in ritual and everyday actions
R Kapitány, M Nielsen
Cognition 145, 13-29, 2015
Before cumulative culture: The evolutionary origins of overimitation and shared intentionality
C Shipton, M Nielsen
Human Nature 26, 331-345, 2015
Cultural and family influences on children’s theory of mind development: A comparison of Australian and Iranian school-age children
A Shahaeian, M Nielsen, CC Peterson, V Slaughter
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 45 (4), 555-568, 2014
Visual self-recognition in mirrors and live videos: Evidence for a developmental asynchrony
T Suddendorf, G Simcock, M Nielsen
Cognitive Development 22 (2), 185-196, 2007
Preschool children favor copying a successful individual over an unsuccessful group
M Wilks, E Collier‐Baker, M Nielsen
Developmental Science 18 (6), 1014-1024, 2015
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