Sabine Doebel
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Rethinking executive function and its development
S Doebel
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (4), 942-956, 2020
A Meta-Analysis of the Dimensional Change Card Sort: Implications for Developmental Theories and the Measurement of Executive Function in Children
S Doebel, PD Zelazo
Developmental Review, 2015
Children's use of moral behavior in selective trust: discrimination versus learning.
S Doebel, MA Koenig
Developmental psychology 49 (3), 462, 2013
Group Influences on Engaging Self-control: Children Delay Gratification and Value It More When Their In-Group Delays and Their Out-Group Doesn’t
S Doebel, Y Munakata
Psychological Science, 2018
Active learning:“Hands-on” meets “minds-on”
N Yannier, SE Hudson, KR Koedinger, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff, ...
Science 374 (6563), 26-30, 2021
Bottom-up and top-down dynamics in young children's executive function: Labels aid 3-year-olds’ performance on the Dimensional Change Card Sort
S Doebel, PD Zelazo
Cognitive development 28 (3), 222-232, 2013
Young children detect and avoid logically inconsistent sources: The importance of communicative context and executive function
S Doebel, SF Rowell, MA Koenig
Child Development, 2016
Association of folate receptor (folr1, folr2, folr3) and reduced folate carrier (slc19a1) genes with meningomyelocele
MR O'Byrne, KS Au, AC Morrison, JI Lin, JM Fletcher, KK Ostermaier, ...
Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 88 (8), 689-694, 2010
Characteristics of a spina bifida population including North American Caucasian and Hispanic individuals
KS Au, PX Tran, CC Tsai, MR O'Byrne, JI Lin, AC Morrison, AW Hampson, ...
Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 82 (10 …, 2008
Getting ready to use control: Advances in the measurement of young children’s use of proactive control
S Doebel, JE Barker, N Chevalier, LE Michaelson, AV Fisher, Y Munakata
PloS one 12 (4), e0175072, 2017
Seeing conflict and engaging control: Experience with contrastive language benefits executive function in preschoolers
S Doebel, PD Zelazo
Cognition 157, 219-226, 2016
Using language to get ready: Familiar labels help children engage proactive control
S Doebel, JP Dickerson, JD Hoover, Y Munakata
Journal of experimental child psychology 166, 147-159, 2018
Good things come to those who wait: Delaying gratification likely does matter for later achievement (a commentary on Watts, Duncan, & Quan, 2018)
S Doebel, LE Michaelson, Y Munakata
Psychological Science 31 (1), 97-99, 2020
What are the kids doing? Exploring young children's activities at home and relations with externally cued executive function and child temperament
NJ Stucke, G Stoet, S Doebel
Developmental Science 25 (5), e13226, 2022
How does play foster development? A new executive function perspective
S Doebel, AS Lillard
Developmental Review 67, 101064, 2023
Children’s understanding of unreliability: Evidence for a negativity bias
MA Koenig, S Doebel
Navigating the Social World: What Infants, Children, and Other Species Can …, 2012
Group influences on children’s delay of gratification: Testing the roles of culture and personal connections
Y Munakata, K Yanaoka, S Doebel, RM Guild, LE Michaelson, S Saito
Collabra: Psychology 6 (1), 1, 2020
Beyond personal control: The role of developing self-control abilities in the behavioral constellation of deprivation
S Doebel, LE Michaelson, Y Munakata
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, 2017
The Future of Research on Executive Function and Its Development: An Introduction to the Special Issue
S Doebel, U Müller
Journal of Cognition and Development 24 (2), 161-171, 2023
Broadening convenience samples to advance theoretical progress and avoid bias in developmental science
S Doebel, MC Frank
Journal of Cognition and Development 25 (2), 261-272, 2024
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