Francys Subiaul
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A natural history of the human mind: tracing evolutionary changes in brain and cognition
CC Sherwood, F Subiaul, TW Zawidzki
Journal of anatomy 212 (4), 426-454, 2008
Cognitive imitation in rhesus macaques
F Subiaul, JF Cantlon, RL Holloway, HS Terrace
Science 305 (5682), 407-410, 2004
“Do chimpanzees learn reputation by observation? Evidence from direct and indirect experience with generous and selfish strangers”
J Subiaul, F., Vonk, J., Okamoto-Barth, S., Barth
Animal Cognition 11 (4), 611-623, 2008
Re‐examination of Oostenbroek et al.(2016): Evidence for neonatal imitation of tongue protrusion
AN Meltzoff, L Murray, E Simpson, M Heimann, E Nagy, J Nadel, ...
Developmental Science 21 (4), e12609, 2018
The Internet as recruitment tool for HIV studies: viable strategy for reaching at-risk Hispanic MSM in Miami?
MI Fernández, LM Varga, T Perrino, JB Collazo, F Subiaul, A Rehbein, ...
AIDS care 16 (8), 953-963, 2004
Social learning in humans and nonhuman animals: theoretical and empirical dissections.
M Nielsen, F Subiaul, B Galef, T Zentall, A Whiten
Journal of Comparative Psychology 126 (2), 109, 2012
The imitation faculty in monkeys: evaluating its features, distribution and evolution
F Subiaul
Journal of Anthropological Sciences 85, 35-62, 2007
Dissecting the Imitation Faculty: The Multiple Imitation Mechanisms (MIM) Hypothesis
F Subiaul
Behavioural Processes 83, 222-234, 2010
Multiple imitation mechanisms in children.
F Subiaul, S Anderson, J Brandt, J Elkins
Developmental psychology 48 (4), 1165, 2012
Cognitive imitation in typically-developing 3-and 4-year olds and individuals with autism
F Subiaul, H Lurie, K Romansky, T Klein, D Holmes, H Terrace
Cognitive development 22 (2), 230-243, 2007
Cognitive imitation in 2-year-old children (Homo sapiens): a comparison with rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)
F Subiaul, K Romansky, JF Cantlon, T Klein, H Terrace
Animal cognition 10, 369-375, 2007
Children with autism spectrum disorder have an exceptional explanatory drive
MD Rutherford, F Subiaul
Autism 20 (6), 744-753, 2016
What’s special about human imitation? A comparison with enculturated apes
F Subiaul
Behavioral Sciences 6 (3), 13, 2016
Gorillas’ use of the escape response in object choice memory tests
C Suda-King, AE Bania, EE Stromberg, F Subiaul
Animal Cognition 16, 65-84, 2013
Becoming a high‐fidelity – super – imitator: what are the contributions of social and individual learning?
F Subiaul, EM Patterson, B Schilder, E Renner, R Barr
Developmental Science 18 (6), 1025-1035, 2015
The ghosts in the computer: The role of agency and animacy attributions in “ghost controls”
F Subiaul, J Vonk, MD Rutherford
PLoS One 6 (11), e26429, 2011
Working memory constraints on imitation and emulation
F Subiaul, B Schilder
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 128, 190-200, 2014
Do chimpanzees know what others can and cannot do? Reasoning about ‘capability’
J Vonk, F Subiaul
Animal Cognition 12, 267-286, 2009
Vocal overimitation in preschool-age children
F Subiaul, K Winters, K Krumpak, C Core
Journal of experimental child psychology 141, 145-160, 2016
Human cognitive specializations
F Subiaul, J Barth, S Okamoto-Barth, DJ Povinelli
Academic Press, 2007
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