Rose Scott
Rose Scott
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of California Merced
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False-belief understanding in infants
R Baillargeon, RM Scott, Z He
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 14 (3), 110-118, 2010
10652010
Which penguin is this? Attributing false beliefs about object identity at 18 months
RM Scott, R Baillargeon
Child Development 80 (4), 1172-1196, 2009
2962009
Psychological Reasoning in Infancy
R Baillargeon, RM Scott, L Bian
Annual Review of Psychology 67, 2016
1682016
Early false-belief understanding
RM Scott, R Baillargeon
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 21 (4), 237-249, 2017
1572017
Syntactic bootstrapping
C Fisher, Y Gertner, RM Scott, S Yuan
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 1 (2), 143-149, 2010
1402010
Attributing false beliefs about non-obvious properties at 18 months
RM Scott, R Baillargeon, H Song, AM Leslie
Cognitive psychology 61 (4), 366-395, 2010
1362010
Psychological and sociomoral reasoning in infancy.
R Baillargeon, RM Scott, Z He, S Sloane, P Setoh, K Jin, D Wu, L Bian
American Psychological Association, 2015
1312015
Early false-belief understanding in traditional non-Western societies
HC Barrett, T Broesch, RM Scott, Z He, R Baillargeon, D Wu, M Bolz, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1755), 20122654, 2013
1222013
False‐belief understanding in 2.5‐year‐olds: Evidence from two novel verbal spontaneous‐response tasks
RM Scott, Z He, R Baillargeon, D Cummins
Developmental science 15 (2), 181-193, 2012
1002012
Two-year-olds use distributional cues to interpret transitivity-alternating verbs
RM Scott, C Fisher
Language and cognitive processes 24 (6), 777-803, 2009
952009
2.5-year-olds use cross-situational consistency to learn verbs under referential uncertainty
RM Scott, C Fisher
Cognition 122 (2), 163-180, 2012
842012
Two-and-a-half-year-olds succeed at a traditional false-belief task with reduced processing demands
P Setoh, RM Scott, R Baillargeon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (47), 13360-13365, 2016
732016
Do infants really expect agents to act efficiently? A critical test of the rationality principle
RM Scott, R Baillargeon
Psychological Science 24, 466-474, 2013
732013
False-belief understanding and why it matters
R Baillargeon, Z He, P Setoh, RM Scott, S Sloane, DYJ Yang
Navigating the social world: What infants, children, and other species can …, 2013
662013
Infants understand deceptive intentions to implant false beliefs about identity: new evidence for early mentalistic reasoning
RM Scott, JC Richman, R Baillargeon
Cognitive Psychology 82, 32-56, 2015
572015
How fresh a look? A reply to Heyes.
RM Scott, R Baillargeon
Developmental science 17 (5), 660-664, 2014
462014
Children expect generic knowledge to be widely shared
A Cimpian, RM Scott
Cognition 123 (3), 419-433, 2012
432012
Surprise! 20-month-old infants understand the emotional consequences of false beliefs
RM Scott
Cognition 159, 33-47, 2017
292017
The developmental origins of false-belief understanding
RM Scott
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (1), 68-74, 2017
232017
Post hoc versus predictive accounts of children’s theory of mind: A reply to Ruffman
RM Scott
Developmental Review 34 (3), 300-304, 2014
212014
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