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Journal Article (4)

  1. Journal Article
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.; Friederici, A. D.; Disla, D.; Steinbeis, N.; Singer, T.: Longitudinal evidence for 4-year-olds’ but not 2- and 3-year-olds’ false belief-related action anticipation. Cognitive Development 46 (April-Juni 2018), pp. 58 - 68 (2018)
  2. Journal Article
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.; Friederici, A. D.; Singer, T.; Steinbeis, N.: Implicit and explicit false belief development in preschool children. Developmental Science 20 (5), e12445 (2017)
  3. Journal Article
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.; Schreiber, J.; Singer, T.; Steinbeis, N.; Friederici, A. D.: White matter maturation is associated with the emergence of Theory of Mind in early childhood. Nature Communications 8 (2017)
  4. Journal Article
    Dorn, H.; Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Matching gluon scattering amplitudes and Wilson loops in off-shell regularization. Physics Letters B 668 (5), pp. 429 - 431 (2008)

Talk (11)

  1. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Does cognitive dissonance emerge together with a self-concept? Workshop "The Development of Self and Other", Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2019)
  2. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Two systems for thinking about others’ thoughts in the developing brain. International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS 2019), Paris, France (2019)
  3. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Longitudinal evidence for 4-year-olds' but not 2- and 3-year-olds' false-belief-related action anticipation: Independently of pragmatic factors. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science (DUCOG), Dubrovnik, Croatia (2018)
  4. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: The emergence of Theory of Mind: Cognitive and neural basis of false belief understanding in preschool-age. Social Cognition Meeting, Department of Developmental and Comparative Psychology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany (2017)
  5. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: What makes children understand false beliefs?: Implicit precursors, complement sentences and white matter connectivity. Colloqium of the Dpt. of Developmental Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich, Germany (2016)
  6. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: What makes children understand false beliefs? The role of language, executive functions and brain development. Lab Meeting of the Gaab Laboratory, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA (2016)
  7. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: What makes children understand false beliefs? The role of language, executive functions and brain development. Lab Meeting of the Saxe Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA (2016)
  8. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: White matter maturation in the temporoparietal junction and its connection to the prefrontal cortex supports the emergence of Theory of Mind in Preschoolers. CNS 2016 Blitz Data Presentation, New York, USA (2016)
  9. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: What makes children understand false beliefs? The role of white matter connectivity. Guest Talk, ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary (2016)
  10. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Development of implicit and explicit false belief understanding and its relation to the syntax of complementation. Conference "(Re)presenting the Speech of Others", Department of Philosophy, University of Groningen, the Netherlands (2014)
  11. Talk
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Implicit and explicit false belief understanding and its relation to the syntax of complementation. Colloquium of the Department of Psycholinguistics and Language Acquisition, University of Potsdam, Germany (2013)

Poster (9)

  1. Poster
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.; Kampis, D.; Koop, S.; Southgate, V.: The development of self-concept: A novel task to assess mapping others to oneself. Workshop "Mapping the self" at ICDL-EPIROB 2019 , Oslo, Norway (2019)
  2. Poster
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Two systems for thinking about other people’s thoughts in the developing brain. Budapest CEU Conference for Cognitive Development BCCCD 2019, Budapest, Hungary (2019)
  3. Poster
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Dissociation of implicit and explicit Theory of Mind in the developing brain. Workshop "From self-knowledge to knowing others", Brussels, Belgium (2018)
  4. Poster
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.: Implicit and explicit Theory of Mind tasks are related with gray matter maturation in distinct networks in the developing brain. Neuroscience 2018 (SfN) , San Diego, CA (2018)
  5. Poster
    Grosse Wiesmann, C.; Friederici, A. D.; Steinbeis, N.; Singer, T.: Longitudinal evidence for 4-year-olds’ but not 2- and 3-year-olds’ false-belief-related action anticipation. International Conventions of Psychological Science 2017, Vienna, Austria (2017)
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