Affiliation: University of Washington
- The importance of eyes: how infants interpret adult looking behaviorRechele Brooks
Center for Mind, Brain, and Learning, University of Washington, Seattle 98195 7920, USA
Dev Psychol 38:958-66. 2002..In the 2nd year, infants interpreted adult looking as object-directed--an act connecting the gazer and the object...
- The development of gaze following and its relation to languageRechele Brooks
Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle 98195 7920, USA
Dev Sci 8:535-43. 2005..Implications for social cognition are discussed in light of the developmental shift in gaze following between 9 and 11 months of age...
- Infant gaze following and pointing predict accelerated vocabulary growth through two years of age: a longitudinal, growth curve modeling studyRechele Brooks
University of Washington, Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, Box 357988, Seattle, WA 98195 7988, USA
J Child Lang 35:207-20. 2008..We highlight the role of social cognition in word learning and emphasize the communicative-referential functions of early gaze following and pointing...
- Self-experience as a mechanism for learning about others: a training study in social cognitionAndrew N Meltzoff
Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Dev Psychol 44:1257-65. 2008..The authors propose 3 mechanisms underlying infants' capacity to use self-experience as a framework for understanding the visual perception of others...
- "Social" robots are psychological agents for infants: a test of gaze followingAndrew N Meltzoff
Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington, Box 357920, Seattle, WA 98195, USA
Neural Netw 23:966-72. 2010..Infants use prior experience with the robot's interactions as evidence that the robot is a psychological agent that can see. Infants want to look at what the robot is seeing, and thus shift their visual attention to the external target...
- Social Interaction in Infants' Learning of Second-Language Phonetics: An Exploration of Brain-Behavior RelationsBarbara T Conboy
a Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Dev Neuropsychol 40:216-29. 2015..These data suggest a powerful role for social interaction at the earliest stages of learning a new language. ..
- Connecting the dots from infancy to childhood: a longitudinal study connecting gaze following, language, and explicit theory of mindRechele Brooks
Institute of Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA Electronic address
J Exp Child Psychol 130:67-78. 2015..The obtained specificity in the longitudinal relations informs theories concerning mechanisms of developmental change...