Lab Publications

This is a sample of publications from the lab. To see the full listing, check out Chris Moore's Google Scholar page here!

Prosocial Development

Preschool Children's Anticipation of Recipients' Emotions Affects Their Resource Allocation (2015)

M Paulus, C Moore

Social Development 24 (4), 852-867

 

Exploring disadvantageous inequality aversion in children: how cost and discrepancy influence decision-making (2015)

A Williams, C Moore

Sugar and Spice, and Everything Nice: Exploring Prosocial Development ...

The development of recipient-dependent sharing behavior and sharing expectations in preschool children. (2014)

M Paulus, C Moore

Developmental psychology 50 (3), 914

 

An introduction to “Sugar and spice, and everything nice: exploring prosocial development through infancy and early childhood” (2014)

A Williams, M Paulus, C Moore

Frontiers in psychology 5

 

The influence of empathic concern on prosocial behavior in children (2014)

A Williams, K O’Driscoll, C Moore

Preschool children involve a third party in a dyadic sharing situation based on fairness (2013)

M Paulus, S Gillis, J Li, C Moore

Journal of experimental child psychology 116 (1), 78-85

Producing and understanding prosocial actions in early childhood. (2011)

M Paulus, C Moore

Advances in child development and behavior 42, 271-305

Fairness in Children's Resource Allocation Depends on the Recipient (2009)

C Moore

Psychological Science 20 (8), 944-948

The Cognitive Basis of Future‐oriented Prosocial Behavior (1998)

C Moore, J Barresi, C Thompson

Social Development 7 (2), 198-218

Body Perception

Visual discrimination of delayed self-generated movement reveals the temporal limit of proprioceptive–visual intermodal integration (2016)

M Jaime, K O’Driscoll, C Moore

Consciousness and Cognition 43, 27-37

 

Developmental changes in the visual–proprioceptive integration threshold of children (2014)

M Jaime, J Longard, C Moore

Journal of experimental child psychology 125, 1-12

 

The development of body representations: the integration of visual-proprioceptive information (2012)

S Zwicker, C Moore, DJ Povinelli

Early development of body representations, 19-36

The temporal parameters of visual-proprioceptive intermodal perception in adults (2010)

S Collins, K Yuill, C Moore

Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology-Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ...

The development of body self-awareness (2007)

C Moore, C Moore, J Mealiea, N Garon, DJ Povinelli

Infancy 11 (2), 157-174

Movement and the rubber hand illusion (2009)

T Dummer, A Picot-Annand, T Neal, C Moore

Perception 38 (2), 271

Gaze Following

Gaze following and the control of attention (1999)

C Moore

Early social cognition: Understanding others in the first months of life ...

Infant gaze following based on eye direction (1998)

C Moore, V Corkum

British Journal of Developmental Psychology 16 (4), 495-503

Targets and Cues: Gaze‐following in Children with Autism (1998)

SR Leekam, E Hunnisett, C Moore

Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 39 (7), 951-962

The development of gaze following in a third-party context (2009)

C Collicott, S Collins, C Moore

Infancy 14 (3), 363-376

The development of gaze following (2008)

C Moore

Child Development Perspectives 2 (2), 66-70

Differences in how 12-and 24-month-olds interpret the gaze of adults (2007)

C Moore, DJ Povinelli

Infancy 11 (3), 215-231

Attentional control by gaze cues in infancy (2007)

AC MacPherson, C Moore

Gaze-following: Its development and significance, 53-75

Understanding the directedness of gaze: Three ways of doing it (2006)

C Moore

Infant and Child Development 15 (2), 191-193

Modeling the development of gaze following needs attention to space (2006)

C Moore

Developmental Science 9 (2), 149

Does gaze direction really trigger a reflexive shift of spatial attention? (2005)

CK Friesen, C Moore, A Kingstone

Brain and cognition 57 (1), 66-69

Does gaze direction produce a reflexive attentional swift without inhibition of return? (2000)

CK Friesen, C Moore, WF Bischof, A Kingstone

JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, 90-90

 

Joint Attention

Attention and joint attention in preschool children with autism. (2000)

SR Leekam, B López, C Moore

Developmental psychology 36 (2), 261

The origins of joint visual attention in infants. (1998)

V Corkum, C Moore

Developmental Psychology; Developmental Psychology 34 (1), 28

              

The role of movement in the development of joint visual attention (1997)

C Moore, M Angelopoulos, P Bennett

Infant Behavior and Development 20 (1), 83-92

Joint attention (1995)

C Moore, PJ Dunham

Psychology Press

Current themes in research on joint attention (1995)

PJ Dunham, C Moore

Joint attention: Its origins and role in development, 15-28

Development of joint visual attention in infants (1995)

V Corkum, C Moore

Joint attention: Its origins and role in development, 61-83

Joint attention: Its origins and role in development (1995)

C Moore, PJ Dunham

Lawrence Erlbaum

Carryover effect of joint attention to repeated events in chimpanzees and young children (2011)

S Okamoto‐Barth, C Moore, J Barth, F Subiaul, DJ Povinelli

Developmental science 14 (2), 440-452

The development of attention and joint attention in children with autism (2001)

SR Leekam, C Moore

The development of autism: Perspectives from theory and research

Developmental changes in pointing as a function of attentional focus (2001)

C Moore, B D'Entremont

Journal of Cognition and Development 2 (2), 109-129

Triadic Interactions

 

Triadic interactions and language development in children with autism spectrum disorder (2015)

J Longard, C Moore

Routledge Handbook of Communication Disorders, 335

Homology in the development of triadic interaction and language (2013)

C Moore

Developmental psychobiology 55 (1), 59-66

Intentional relations and triadic interactions (1999)

C Moore

Developing theories of intention: Social understanding and self-control, 43-61

Young children overimitate in third-party contexts (2012)

M Nielsen, C Moore, J Mohamedally

Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

 

Theory of Mind

I can talk you into it: Theory of mind and persuasion behavior in young children. (2013)

V Slaughter, CC Peterson, C Moore

Developmental psychology 49 (2), 227

Theory of Mind and Social Interest in Zero‐Acquaintance Play Situations (2011)

C Moore, SL Bosacki, S Macgillivray

Child development 82 (4), 1163-1172

Exposure to media and theory-of-mind development in preschoolers (2010)

RA Mar, JL Tackett, C Moore

Cognitive Development 25 (1), 69-78

Attachment, theory of mind, and delay of gratification (2005)

C Moore, D Symons

The development of social cognition and communication, 181-199

Children's understanding of the modal expression of speaker certainty and uncertainty and its relation to the development of a representational theory of mind (1990)

C Moore, K Pure, D Furrow

Child Development 61 (3), 722-730

Developing Theories of Mind-Astington, jw (1990)

C MOORE

British Journal of Developmental Psychology

Altruism

 

Altruism, prudence, and theory of mind in preschoolers (2004)

C Moore, S Macgillivray

New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 2004 (103), 51-62

The development of future-oriented prudence and altruism in preschoolers (1997)

C Thompson, J Barresi, C Moore

Cognitive Development 12 (2), 199-212

Is prospective altruist-detection an evolved solution to the adaptive problem of subtle cheating in cooperative ventures? Supportive evidence using the Wason selection task (2000)

WM Brown, C Moore

Evolution and Human Behavior 21 (1), 25-37

Decision Making

Making decisions about now and later: Development of future-oriented self-control (2012)

NM Garon, J Longard, SE Bryson, C Moore

Cognitive Development 27 (3), 314-322

The Development of Future-Oriented Decision-Making (2010)

C MOORE

Self and social regulation: social interaction and the development of social ...

Awareness and symbol use improves future-oriented decision making in preschoolers (2007)

N Garon, C Moore

Developmental Neuropsychology 31 (1), 39-59

Developmental and gender differences in future-oriented decision-making during the preschool period (2007)

N Garon, C Moore

Child Neuropsychology 13 (1), 46-63

Negative affectivity predicts individual differences in decision making for preschoolers (2006)

N Garon, C Moore

The Journal of genetic psychology 167 (4), 443-462

Decision making in children with ADHD only, ADHD-anxious/depressed, and control children using a child version of the Iowa Gambling Task (2006)

N Garon, C Moore, DA Waschbusch

Journal of Attention Disorders 9 (4), 607-619

Complex decision-making in early childhood (2004)

N Garon, C Moore

Brain and Cognition 55 (1), 158-170

The Self

Imagination and the Self 19 (2013)

C Moore, J Barresi

The Oxford Handbook of the Development of Imagination, 288

Understanding self and others in the second year (2007)

C Moore

Socioemotional development in the toddler years: Transitions and ...

The self in time: Developmental perspectives: Book review (2002)

C Moore, K Lemmon

Infant and Child Development

The nature and utility of the temporally extended self (2001)

C Moore, K Lemmon

Binding the self in time. (2001)

K Lemmon, C Moore

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers

The self in time: Developmental perspectives (2001)

C Moore, K Lemmon

Lawrence Erlbaum

Imagination and the Self 19

C Moore, J Barresi

Evolution

Neural reuse as a source of developmental homology (2010)

DS Moore, C Moore

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (04), 284-285

Smile asymmetries and reputation as reliable indicators of likelihood to cooperate: An evolutionary analysis (2002)

WM Brown, C Moore

11; 3

Evolution and the modularity of mindreading (1996)

C Moore

Cognitive Development 11 (4), 605-621

Adaptive and nonadaptive explanations of sociopathy (1995)

C Moore, MR Rose

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (03), 566-567

A Darwinian function for the orbital cortex (1993)

MR Rose, C Moore

Journal of theoretical biology 161 (1), 119-129

 

Social Understanding

Cumulative contextual risk, maternal responsivity, and social cognition at 18 months (2015)

M Wade, C Moore, JW Astington, K Frampton, JM Jenkins

Development and psychopathology 27 (01), 189-203

Toddlers’ imitative learning in interactive and observational contexts: The role of age and familiarity of the model (2013)

PM Shimpi, N Akhtar, C Moore

Journal of experimental child psychology 116 (2), 309-323

A second-person approach cannot explain intentionality in social understanding (2013)

C Moore, M Paulus

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (04), 430-431

The development of social learning in interactive and observational contexts (2013)

H Matheson, C Moore, N Akhtar

Journal of experimental child psychology 114 (2), 161-172

 

The Impact of Media on the Development of Preschoolers (2013)

R Mar, JL Tackett, C Moore

Introduction to the special issue: The development of episodic foresight (2011)

T Suddendorf, C Moore

Cognitive Development 26 (4), 295-298

 

The behavioural expression of empathy to others’ pain versus others’ sadness in young children (2011)

NF Bandstra, CT Chambers, PJ McGrath, C Moore

Pain 152 (5), 1074-1082

 

Whom to ask for help? Children’s developing understanding of other people’s action capabilities (2011)

M Paulus, C Moore

Experimental brain research, 1-8

Social cognition in infancy (2010)

C Moore

Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development, 1-4

 

Understanding interest in the second year of life (2010)

AC MacPherson, C Moore

Infancy 15 (3), 324-335
 

The construction of commonsense psychology in infancy (2010)

C Moore, J Barresi

Developmental social cognitive neuroscience, 43-62

Empathy and social perspective taking in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (2009)

I Marton, J Wiener, M Rogers, C Moore, R Tannock

Journal of abnormal child psychology 37 (1), 107-118

The neuroscience of social understanding (2008)

J Barresi, C Moore

J. Zlatev, T. Racine, C. Sinha, and E. Itkonen, The Shared Mind ...

 

The development of prudence in the face of varying future rewards (2007)

K Lemmon, C Moore

Developmental science 10 (4), 502-511

Show me the theory! (2007)

C Moore

British Journal of Developmental Psychology 25 (1), 39-43

The development of commonsense psychology (2006)

C Moore

Lawrence Erlbaum

Representing intentional relations and acting intentionally in infancy: Current insights and open questions (2006)

C Moore

Human body perception from the inside out, 427-442

Preschoolers' understanding of simple and complex emotions: Links with gender and language (2004)

SL Bosacki, C Moore

Sex roles 50 (9-10), 659-675

Even an “epistemic triangle” has three sides (2004)

J Barresi, C Moore

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (01), 98-99

Inhibition of return in children and adolescents (2003)

AC MacPherson, RM Klein, C Moore

Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 85 (4), 337-351

Fluctuating asymmetry and romantic jealousy (2003)

WM Brown, C Moore

Evolution and Human Behavior 24 (2), 113-117

Are there nonverbal cues to commitment? An exploratory study using the zero-acquaintance video presentation paradigm (2003)

WM Brown, B Palameta, C Moore

Evolutionary Psychology 1 (1), 147470490300100104

Social cognition in infancy (1998)

C Moore

Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 63 (4), 167-17

The development of social understanding in children with visual impairments (1995)

LM McAlpine, CL Moore

Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness 89, 349-349

The role of convention in the communication of private events (1993)

C Moore

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 16 (04), 656-657

Other

Word learning in the context of referential and salience cues. (1999)

C Moore, M Angelopoulos, P Bennett

Developmental psychology 35 (1), 60

Children's comprehension of the distinction between want and need (1995)

C Moore, C Gilbert, F Sapp

Journal of child language 22 (03), 687-701 

Developmental relationships between production and comprehension of mental terms (1994)

C Moore, D Furrow, L Chiasson, M Patriquin

First language 14 (40), 001-17

Differential responding to two-and three-year-olds' utterances: the roles of grammaticality and ambiguity (1993)

D Furrow, C Baillie, J McLaren, C Moore

Journal of child language 20 (02), 363-375

Lexical and prosodic cues in the comprehension of relative certainty (1993)

C Moore, L Harris, M Patriquin

Journal of Child Language 20 (01), 153-167

Mental terms in mothers' and children's speech: Similarities and relationships (1992)

D Furrow, C Moore, J Davidge, L Chiasson

Journal of Child Language 19 (03), 617-631

Gender differences in differentiating terms expressing certainty (1990)

D Furrow, C Moore

Journal of psycholinguistic research 19 (6), 375-385

The acoustical analysis of children's use of prosody in assertive and directive contexts (1990)

D Furrow, W Podrouzek, C Moore

First language 10 (28), 37-49

The development of mental terms: Pragmatics or semantics (1989)

C Moore, J Davidge

Journal of Child Language 16 (03), 633-641

Mental terms and the development of certainty (1989)

C Moore, D Bryant, D Furrow

Child Development, 167-171

View specificity, array specificity, and egocentrism in young children's drawings. (1987)

C Moore, J Williams, A Gorczynska

Canadian Journal of Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie 41 (1), 74

Context, conservation and the meanings of more (1986)

C Moore, D Frye

British journal of developmental psychology 4 (2), 169-178

The effect of experimenter's intention on the child's understanding of conservation (1986)

C Moore, D Frye

Cognition 22 (3), 283-298

Genetic and nongenetic constraints on learning: A response to Chomsky (1986)

C Moore, D Furrow

New Ideas in Psychology 4 (2), 211-214

Precocious conservation in context: The solution of quantity tasks by nonquantitative strategies (1984)

C Moore, C Nelson-Piercy, M Abel, D Frye

Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 38 (1), 1-6

The effect of context on the child's understanding of numbers and quantity. (1984)

CL Moore

University of Cambridge

 

Object–person discrimination and communication at 3 and 10 months. (1983)

D Frye, P Rawling, C Moore, I Myers

Developmental Psychology 19 (3), 303

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