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Amrisha Vaish
Amrisha Vaish
Associate Professor, University of Virginia
Verified email at virginia.edu
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Not all emotions are created equal: the negativity bias in social-emotional development.
A Vaish, T Grossmann, A Woodward
Psychological bulletin 134 (3), 383, 2008
14452008
Origins of human cooperation and morality
M Tomasello, A Vaish
Annual review of psychology 64, 231-255, 2013
9762013
Sympathy through affective perspective taking and its relation to prosocial behavior in toddlers.
A Vaish, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Developmental psychology 45 (2), 534, 2009
7272009
Young children selectively avoid helping people with harmful intentions
A Vaish, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Child development 81 (6), 1661-1669, 2010
3952010
Young children are intrinsically motivated to see others helped
R Hepach, A Vaish, M Tomasello
Psychological science 23 (9), 967-972, 2012
3882012
Three‐year‐old children intervene in third‐party moral transgressions
A Vaish, M Missana, M Tomasello
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 29 (1), 124-130, 2011
3392011
Is visual reference necessary? Contributions of facial versus vocal cues in 12‐month‐olds’ social referencing behavior
A Vaish, T Striano
Developmental Science 7 (3), 261-269, 2004
2312004
The early emergence of guilt‐motivated prosocial behavior
A Vaish, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Child Development 87 (6), 1772-1782, 2016
1662016
The emergence of human prosociality: aligning with others through feelings, concerns, and norms
K Jensen, A Vaish, MFH Schmidt
Frontiers in psychology 5, 822, 2014
1482014
A new look at children’s prosocial motivation
R Hepach, A Vaish, M Tomasello
Infancy 18 (1), 67-90, 2013
1462013
Young children sympathize less in response to unjustified emotional distress.
R Hepach, A Vaish, M Tomasello
Developmental psychology 49 (6), 1132, 2013
1142013
The early ontogeny of human cooperation and morality
A Vaish, M Tomasello
Handbook of moral development, 279-298, 2013
1022013
Direct and indirect reputation formation in nonhuman great apes (Pan paniscus, Pan troglodytes, Gorilla gorilla, Pongo pygmaeus) and human children (Homo sapiens).
E Herrmann, S Keupp, B Hare, A Vaish, M Tomasello
Journal of Comparative Psychology 127 (1), 63, 2013
1022013
Direct and indirect reputation formation in nonhuman great apes (Pan paniscus, Pan troglodytes, Gorilla gorilla, Pongo pygmaeus) and human children (Homo sapiens).
E Herrmann, S Keupp, B Hare, A Vaish, M Tomasello
Journal of Comparative Psychology 127 (1), 63, 2013
1002013
The motivational foundations of prosocial behavior from a developmental perspective–evolutionary roots and key psychological mechanisms: Introduction to the special section
M Davidov, A Vaish, A Knafo‐Noam, PD Hastings
Child Development 87 (6), 1655-1667, 2016
992016
Young children want to see others get the help they need
R Hepach, A Vaish, T Grossmann, M Tomasello
Child Development 87 (6), 1703-1714, 2016
982016
Genetic and neural dissociation of individual responses to emotional expressions in human infants
T Grossmann, MH Johnson, A Vaish, DA Hughes, D Quinque, ...
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 1 (1), 57-66, 2011
922011
Young children's responses to guilt displays.
A Vaish, M Carpenter, M Tomasello
Developmental Psychology 47 (5), 1248, 2011
912011
The relation between young children's physiological arousal and their motivation to help others
R Hepach, A Vaish, K Müller, M Tomasello
Neuropsychologia 126, 113-119, 2019
812019
The fulfillment of others’ needs elevates children’s body posture.
R Hepach, A Vaish, M Tomasello
Developmental Psychology 53 (1), 100, 2017
762017
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