Elisa Felsche
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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
Evidence for abstract representations in children but not capuchin monkeys
E Felsche, P Stevens, CJ Völter, D Buchsbaum, AM Seed
Cognitive Psychology 140, 101530, 2023
Responsible Research is also concerned with generalizability: Recognizing efforts to reflect upon and increase generalizability in hiring and promotion decisions in psychology
R Stengelin, M Bohn, A Sánchez Amaro, D Haun, M Thiele, MM Daum, ...
Observational approaches to chimpanzee behavior in an African sanctuary: Implications for research, welfare, and capacity‐building
AG Rosati, KH Sabbi, MAH Bryer, P Barnes, J Rukundo, T Mukungu, ...
American Journal of Primatology 85 (9), e23534, 2023
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
Exploring the use of overhypotheses by children and capuchin monkeys.
E Felsche, P Stevens, C Völter, D Buchsbaum, A Seed
CogSci, 1731-1737, 2019
How can I find what I want? Can children, chimpanzees and capuchin monkeys form abstract representations to guide their behavior in a sampling task?
E Felsche, CJ Völter, E Herrmann, AM Seed, D Buchsbaum
Cognition 245, 105721, 2024
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