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2021
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Köster, M.; Langeloh, M.; Michel, C.; Hoehl, S.: Young infants process prediction errors at the theta rhythm. NeuroImage 236, 118074 (2021)
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Köster, M.; Langeloh, M.; Kliesch, C.; Kanngiesser, P.; Hoehl, S.: The value of subsequent memory paradigms in uncovering neural mechanisms of early social learning. NeuroImage 234, 117978 (2021)
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Nguyen, T.; Hoehl, S.; Vrticka, P.: A guide to parent-child fNIRS hyperscanning data processing and analysis. Sensors 21 (12), 4075 (2021)
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Michel, C.; Kayhan, E.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Effects of reinforcement learning on gaze following of gaze and head direction in early infancy: An interactive eye‐tracking study. Child Development (2021)
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Nguyen, T.; Schleihauf, H.; Kungl, M.; Kayhan, E.; Hoehl, S.; Vrticka, P.: Interpersonal neural synchrony during father–child problem solving: An fNIRS hyperscanning study. Child Development (2021)
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Nguyen, T.; Schleihauf, H.; Kayhan, E.; Matthes, D.; Vrticka, P.; Hoehl, S.: Neural synchrony in mother–child conversation: Exploring the role of conversation patterns. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), S. 93 - 102 (2021)
2020
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Köster, M.; Langeloh, M.; Kliesch, C.; Kanngiesser, P.; Hoehl, S.: Motor cortex activity during action observation predicts subsequent action imitation in human infants. NeuroImage 218, 116958 (2020)
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Schleihauf, H.; Hoehl, S.; Tsvetkova, N.; König, A.; Mombaur, K.; Pauen, S.: Preschoolers’ motivation to over‐imitate humans and robots. Child Development (2020)
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Langeloh, M.; Buttelmann, D.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: 12- to 14-month-olds expect unconstrained agents to act efficiently: Event-related potential (ERP) evidence from the head-touch paradigm. Developmental Psychology 56 (7), S. 1252 - 1267 (2020)
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Köster, M.; Kayhan, E.; Langeloh, M.; Hoehl, S.: Making sense of the world: Infant learning from a predictive processing perspective. Perspectives on Psychological Science (2020)
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Nguyen, T.; Schleihauf, H.; Kayhan, E.; Matthes, D.; Vrticka, P.; Hoehl, S.: The effects of interaction quality on neural synchrony during mother-child problem solving. Cortex 124, S. 235 - 249 (2020)
2019
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Köster, M.; Langeloh, M.; Hoehl, S.: Visually entrained theta oscillations increase for unexpected events in the infant brain. Psychological Science 30 (11), S. 1656 - 1663 (2019)
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Markova, G.; Nguyen, T.; Hoehl, S.: Neurobehavioral interpersonal synchrony in early development: The role of interactional rhythms. Frontiers in Psychology 10, 2078 (2019)
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Schleihauf, H.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Minimal group formation influences on over-imitation. Cognitive Development 50, S. 222 - 236 (2019)
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Michel, C.; Wronski, C.; Pauen, S.; Daum, M. M.; Hoehl, S.: Infants' object processing is guided specifically by social cues. Neuropsychologia 126, S. 54 - 61 (2019)
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Hoehl, S.; Keupp, S.; Schleihauf, H.; McGuigan, N.; Buttelmann, D.; Whiten, A.: "Over-imitation": A review and appraisal of a decade of research. Developmental Review 51, S. 90 - 108 (2019)
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Langeloh, M.; Buttelmann, D.; Matthes, D.; Grassmann, S.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Corrigendum: Reduced mu power in response to unusual actions is context-dependent in 1-year-olds. Frontiers in Psychology 10, 316 (2019)
2018
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Hoehl, S.; Markova, G.: Moving developmental social neuroscience toward a second-person approach. PLoS Biology 16 (12), e3000055 (2018)
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Schleihauf, H.; Graetz, S.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Contrasting social and cognitive accounts on overimitation: The role of causal transparency and prior experiences. Child Development 89 (3), S. 1039 - 1055 (2018)
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Langeloh, M.; Buttelmann, D.; Matthes, D.; Grassmann, S.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Reduced mu power in response to unusual actions is context-dependent in 1-year-olds. Frontiers in Psychology 9, 36 (2018)
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