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Vanessa LoBue
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Detecting the snake in the grass: Attention to fear-relevant stimuli by adults and young children
V LoBue, JS DeLoache
Psychological science 19 (3), 284-289, 2008
4792008
When getting something good is bad: Even three‐year‐olds react to inequality
V LoBue, T Nishida, C Chiong, JS DeLoache, J Haidt
Social Development 20 (1), 154-170, 2011
3422011
The Child Affective Facial Expression (CAFE) set: Validity and reliability from untrained adults
V LoBue, C Thrasher
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1532, 2015
2642015
Superior detection of threat‐relevant stimuli in infancy
V LoBue, JS DeLoache
Developmental science 13 (1), 221-228, 2010
2582010
More than just another face in the crowd: Superior detection of threatening facial expressions in children and adults
V LoBue
Developmental science 12 (2), 305-313, 2009
2022009
Pretty in pink: The early development of gender‐stereotyped colour preferences
V LoBue, JS DeLoache
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 29 (3), 656-667, 2011
1952011
The narrow fellow in the grass: Human infants associate snakes and fear
JS DeLoache, V LoBue
Developmental science 12 (1), 201-207, 2009
1932009
Young children's interest in live animals
V LoBue, M Bloom Pickard, K Sherman, C Axford, JS DeLoache
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 31 (1), 57-69, 2013
1422013
What we fear most: A developmental advantage for threat-relevant stimuli
V LoBue, DH Rakison
Developmental Review 33 (4), 285-303, 2013
1332013
Threat perception across the life span: Evidence for multiple converging pathways
V LoBue, DH Rakison, JS DeLoache
Current directions in psychological science 19 (6), 375-379, 2010
1282010
How very young children think about animals.
JS DeLoache, MB Pickard, V LoBue
American Psychological Association, 2011
1082011
What's so special about slithering serpents? Children and adults rapidly detect snakes based on their simple features
V Lobue, JS DeLoache
Visual Cognition 19 (1), 129-143, 2011
1042011
Deconstructing the snake: the relative roles of perception, cognition, and emotion on threat detection.
V LoBue
Emotion 14 (4), 701, 2014
992014
What's so scary about needles and knives? Examining the role of experience in threat detection
V LoBue
Cognition and Emotion 24 (1), 180-187, 2010
942010
Sensitivity to social and non‐social threats in temperamentally shy children at‐risk for anxiety
V LoBue, K Pérez‐Edgar
Developmental science 17 (2), 239-247, 2014
792014
Maternal anxiety predicts attentional bias towards threat in infancy.
S Morales, KM Brown, BC Taber-Thomas, V LoBue, KA Buss, ...
Emotion 17 (5), 874, 2017
742017
Daily animal exposure and children’s biological concepts
MS Geerdts, GA Van de Walle, V LoBue
Journal of experimental child psychology 130, 132-146, 2015
622015
Learning about real animals from anthropomorphic media
MS Geerdts, GA Van de Walle, V LoBue
Imagination, Cognition and Personality 36 (1), 5-26, 2016
602016
The child affective facial expression (CAFE) set
V LoBue, C Thrasher
Databrary 10, B7301K, 2014
592014
What accounts for the rapid detection of threat? Evidence for an advantage in perceptual and behavioral responding from eye movements.
V LoBue, K Matthews, T Harvey, SL Stark
Emotion 14 (4), 816, 2014
582014
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