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Eva Reindl
Eva Reindl
Durham University
Verified email at st-andrews.ac.uk
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Young children copy cumulative technological design in the absence of action information
E Reindl, IA Apperly, SR Beck, C Tennie
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1788, 2017
872017
Young children spontaneously invent wild great apes’ tool-use behaviours
E Reindl, SR Beck, IA Apperly, C Tennie
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1825), 20152402, 2016
602016
Young children fail to generate an additive ratchet effect in an open-ended construction task
E Reindl, C Tennie
PloS one 13 (6), e0197828, 2018
592018
Are there signature limits in early theory of mind?
E Fizke, S Butterfill, L van de Loo, E Reindl, H Rakoczy
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 162, 209-224, 2017
572017
Skills and motivations underlying children’s cumulative cultural learning: case not closed
E Reindl, AL Gwilliams, LG Dean, RL Kendal, C Tennie
Palgrave Communications 6 (1), 1-9, 2020
282020
The zone of latent solutions and its relation to the classics: Vygotsky and Köhler
E Reindl, E Bandini, C Tennie
Evolution of Primate Social Cognition, 231-248, 2018
282018
A cross-cultural investigation of young children's spontaneous invention of tool use behaviours
K Neldner, E Reindl, C Tennie, J Grant, K Tomaselli, M Nielsen
Royal Society Open Science 7 (5), 192240, 2020
212020
The structure of executive functions in preschool children and chimpanzees
CJ Völter, E Reindl, E Felsche, Z Civelek, A Whalen, Z Lugosi, L Duncan, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 6456, 2022
122022
Signature limits in early theory of mind: Toddlers spontaneously take into account false beliefs about an object’s location but not about its identity
E Fizke, S Butterfill, L Van de Loo, E Reindl, H Rakoczy
Unpublished Manuscript, 2014
82014
Evolved open-endedness in cultural evolution: a new dimension in open-ended evolution research
JM Borg, A Buskell, R Kapitany, ST Powers, E Reindl, C Tennie
Artificial Life, 1-22, 2023
62023
Young children spontaneously invent three different types of associative tool use behaviour
E Reindl, C Tennie, IA Apperly, Z Lugosi, SR Beck
Evolutionary Human Sciences 4 (e5), 1-23, 2022
42022
Thinking inside the box: Mental manipulation of working memory contents in 3-to 7-year-old children
E Reindl, D Parkash, CJ Völter, AM Seed
Cognitive Development 59, 101068, 2021
42021
On the developmental origins of human material culture
EM Reindl
University of Birmingham, 2017
32017
Exploring the development of attentional set shifting in young children with a novel Intradimensional/Extradimensional shift task
E Reindl, CJ Völter, J Campbell-May, J Call, AM Seed
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 221, 105428, 2022
22022
The shifting shelf task: a new, non-verbal measure for attentional set shifting
E Reindl, CJ Völter, Z Civelek, L Duncan, Z Lugosi, E Felsche, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290 (1991), 20221496, 2023
12023
Assessing the reporting and interpretation of non-significant results in the study of cognitive development: a systematic review
EW Legg, B Farrar, A Lazić, M Thiele, D Kampis, N Mani, K Sesar, ...
12021
The technical reasoning hypothesis does not rule out the potential key roles of imitation and working memory for CTC
A Motes-Rodrigo, E Reindl, E Bandini
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 43, 2020
12020
The Early Independent Problem Solving Survey (EIPSS): Its psychometric properties in children aged 12–47 months
E Hoicka, S Powell, SE Rose, E Reindl, C Tennie
Cognitive Development 68, 101366, 2023
2023
‘The Friendly Professor’: Does supernatural oversight influence ritualistic actions and moral behavior in children?
R Kapitány, M Nielsen, E Reindl
OSF Preprints, 2019
2019
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