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Daniel J. Carroll
Daniel J. Carroll
Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield
Verified email at sheffield.ac.uk
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Children's thinking about counterfactuals and future hypotheticals as possibilities
SR Beck, EJ Robinson, DJ Carroll, IA Apperly
Child Development 77 (2), 413-426, 2006
3522006
Why are there limits on theory of mind use? Evidence from adults' ability to follow instructions from an ignorant speaker
IA Apperly, DJ Carroll, D Samson, GW Humphreys, A Qureshi, G Moffitt
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (6), 1201-1217, 2010
2002010
A short executive function training program improves preschoolers’ working memory
E Blakey, DJ Carroll
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1827, 2015
1332015
Different executive functions support different kinds of cognitive flexibility: Evidence from 2‐, 3‐, and 4‐year‐olds
E Blakey, I Visser, DJ Carroll
Child development 87 (2), 513-526, 2016
1002016
Attentional Processes in Low‐Socioeconomic Status Bilingual Children: Are They Modulated by the Amount of Bilingual Experience?
AI Ladas, DJ Carroll, AB Vivas
Child development 86 (2), 557-578, 2015
702015
Supporting children’s counterfactual thinking with alternative modes of responding
SR Beck, DJ Carroll, VEA Brunsdon, CK Gryg
Journal of experimental child psychology 108 (1), 190-202, 2011
582011
Cognitive flexibility in young children: Beyond perseveration
DJ Carroll, E Blakey, L FitzGibbon
Child Development Perspectives 10 (4), 211-215, 2016
532016
How do symbols affect 3‐to 4‐year‐olds' executive function? Evidence from a reverse‐contingency task
IA Apperly, DJ Carroll
Developmental Science 12 (6), 1070-1082, 2009
502009
Understanding early inhibitory development: distinguishing two ways that children use inhibitory control
A Simpson, DJ Carroll
Child Development, 2019
472019
Neural Correlates of Response Inhibition in Early Childhood: Evidence From a Go/No-Go Task
A Abdul Rahman, DJ Carroll, KA Espy, SA Wiebe
Developmental neuropsychology 42 (5), 336-350, 2017
412017
The executive demands of strategic reasoning are modified by the way in which children are prompted to think about the task: Evidence from 3-to 4-year-olds
DJ Carroll, IA Apperly, KJ Riggs
Cognitive Development 22 (1), 142-148, 2007
242007
How do alternative ways of responding influence 3-and 4-year-olds’ performance on tests of executive function and theory of mind?
DJ Carroll, KJ Riggs, IA Apperly, K Graham, C Geoghegan
Journal of experimental child psychology 112 (3), 312-325, 2012
212012
Primed to be inflexible: the influence of set size on cognitive flexibility during childhood
L FitzGibbon, L Cragg, DJ Carroll
Frontiers in psychology 5, 101, 2014
202014
Not all distractions are the same: Investigating why preschoolers make distraction errors when switching
E Blakey, DJ Carroll
Child development 89 (2), 609-619, 2018
152018
Choosing between two objects reduces 3-year-olds’ errors on a reverse-contingency test of executive function
DJ Carroll, IA Apperly, KJ Riggs
Journal of experimental child psychology 98 (3), 184-192, 2007
122007
Young children can overcome their weak inhibitory control, if they conceptualize a task in the right way
A Simpson, DJ Carroll
Cognition 170, 270-279, 2018
72018
A preliminary exploration of the links between attachment disorganisation and schizotypy dimensions in adulthood.
N Shearman, A Millings, D Carroll, A Rowe
Schizophrenia research, 2019
62019
Where does prepotency come from on developmental tests of inhibitory control?
A Simpson, M Upson, DJ Carroll
Journal of experimental child psychology 162, 18-30, 2017
62017
Prepotency in action: Does children’s knowledge of an artifact affect their ability to inhibit acting on it?
A Simpson, DJ Carroll, KJ Riggs
Journal of experimental child psychology 118, 127-133, 2014
62014
Why do alternative ways of responding improve children's performance on tests of strategic reasoning?
DJ Carroll, L FitzGibbon, A Critchley
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 32 (2), 195-204, 2014
52014
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