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  1. 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), pp. 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 (2019)
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    Schleihauf, H.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Minimal group formation influences on over-imitation. Cognitive Development 50, pp. 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, pp. 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, pp. 90 - 108 (2019)
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    Langeloh, M.; Buttelmann, D.; Matthes, D.; Susanne, G.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Corrigendum: Reduced mu power in response to unusual actions is context-dependent in 1-year-olds. Frontiers in Psychology 10 (2019)
  7. 2018
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    Hoehl, S.; Markova, G.: Moving developmental social neuroscience toward a second-person approach. PLoS Biology 16 (12) (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), pp. 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 (2018)
  10. 2017
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    Hoehl, S.: Inferring emotion without language: Comparing canines and prelinguistic infants. Animal Sentience 14 (16) (2017)
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    Hoehl, S.; Hellmer, K.; Johansson, M.; Gredebäck, G.: Itsy bitsy spider…: Infants react with increased arousal to spiders and snakes. Frontiers in Psychology 8 (2017)
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    Peykarjou, S.; Hoehl, S.; Pauen, S.; Rossion, B.: Rapid categorization of human and ape faces in 9-month-old infants revealed by fast periodic visual stimulation. Scientific Reports 7 (2017)
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    Michel, C.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Schematic eye-gaze cues influence infants' object encoding dependent on their contrast polarity. Scientific Reports 7 (2017)
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    Hoehl, S.; Pauen, S.: Do infants associate spiders and snakes with fearful facial expressions? Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (3), pp. 404 - 413 (2017)
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    Hoehl, S.: Spinnefeind: Angst vor Schlangen und Spinnen ist in uns angelegt. Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Jahrbuch 2017 (2017)
  16. 2016
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    Nordt, M.; Hoehl, S.; Weigelt, S.: The use of repetition suppression paradigms in developmental cognitive neuroscience. Cortex 80, pp. 61 - 75 (2016)
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    Peykarjou, S.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: 9-month-old infants recognize individual unfamiliar faces in a rapid repetition ERP paradigm. Infancy 21 (3), pp. 288 - 311 (2016)
  18. Journal Article
    Hoehl, S.: The development of category specificity in infancy: What can we learn from electrophysiology? Neuropsychologia 83, pp. 114 - 122 (2016)
  19. 2015
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    Michel, C.; Stets, M.; Parise, E.; Reid, V. M.; Striano, T.; Hoehl, S.: Theta- and alpha-band EEG activity in response to eye gaze cues in early infancy. NeuroImage 118, pp. 576 - 583 (2015)
  20. Journal Article
    Pauen, S.; Träuble, B.; Hoehl, S.; Bechtel, S.: Show me the world: Object categorization and socially guided object learning in infancy. Child Development Perspectives 9 (2), pp. 111 - 116 (2015)
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