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Poster (29)

  1. 2017
    Poster
    Schleihauf, H.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Does group membership affect overimitation in preschoolers? The Aegina Summer School 2017: "The Social Brain: embodiment and culture", Aegina, Greece (2017)
  2. Poster
    Schleihauf, H.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Does group membership affect overimitation in preschoolers? 2017 SRCD Biennial Meeting, Austin, TX (2017)
  3. Poster
    Langeloh, M.; Buttelmann, D.; Grassmann, S.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: What do you expect? Neural correlates of unexpected actions in infants and adults. Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX, USA (2017)
  4. Poster
    Schleihauf, H.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Does group membership affect overimitation in preschoolers? Budapest CEU Conferenceon Cognitive Development (BCCCD 2017), Budapest, Hungary (2017)
  5. 2007
    Poster
    Hoehl, S.; Striano, T.: Infants detect threat in the environment based on social cues. European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Jena, Germany (2007)
  6. Poster
    Hoehl, S.; Striano, T.: Neural evidence for the detection of threat based on facial expression and eye gaze direction in seven-month-olds. 37th Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2007)
  7. Poster
    Reid, V. M.; Hoehl, S.; Landt, J.: Neural correlates for detecting information in biological motion during infancy. 37th Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2007)
  8. 2006
    Poster
    Cleveland, A.; Stahl, D.; Hoehl, S.; Bialek, A.; Striano, T.: Sensitivity to triadic attention in early infancy. ESF Conference on Brain and Cognitive Development in Human Infants: From Action to Cognition, Aquafredda di Maratea, Italy (2006)

Thesis - PhD (1)

  1. 2008
    Thesis - PhD
    Hoehl, S.: Neural Correlates of Eye Gaze and Emotion Processing in Infancy. Dissertation, University of Leipzig, Germany (2008)

Editorial (1)

  1. 2019
    Editorial
    Hoehl, S.; Reid, V. M.; Parise, E.: The biological basis of social cognition during development. Neuropsychologia 126 (2019)
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