Eva Reindl
Eva Reindl
Durham University
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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Unpublished Manuscript, 2014
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
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
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
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
On the developmental origins of human material culture
EM Reindl
University of Birmingham, 2017
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, ...
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
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
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
‘The Friendly Professor’: Does supernatural oversight influence ritualistic actions and moral behavior in children?
R Kapitány, M Nielsen, E Reindl
OSF Preprints, 2019
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