Nicola Mcguigan
Nicola Mcguigan
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Emulation, imitation, over-imitation and the scope of culture for child and chimpanzee
A Whiten, N McGuigan, S Marshall-Pescini, LM Hopper
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364…, 2009
6122009
Imitation of causally opaque versus causally transparent tool use by 3-and 5-year-old children
N McGuigan, A Whiten, E Flynn, V Horner
Cognitive Development 22 (3), 353-364, 2007
2792007
From over‐imitation to super‐copying: Adults imitate causally irrelevant aspects of tool use with higher fidelity than young children
N McGuigan, J Makinson, A Whiten
British Journal of Psychology 102 (1), 1-18, 2011
2502011
Emulation and “overemulation” in the social learning of causally opaque versus causally transparent tool use by 23-and 30-month-olds
N McGuigan, A Whiten
Journal of experimental child psychology 104 (4), 367-381, 2009
932009
The influence of model status on the tendency of young children to over-imitate
N McGuigan
Journal of experimental child psychology 116 (4), 962-969, 2013
722013
Selective and contagious prosocial resource donation in capuchin monkeys, chimpanzees and humans
N Claidiere, A Whiten, MC Mareno, EJE Messer, SF Brosnan, LM Hopper, ...
Scientific reports 5, 7631, 2015
612015
The relation between hiding skill and judgment of eye direction in preschool children.
N McGuigan, MJ Doherty
Developmental psychology 38 (3), 418, 2002
582002
‘Over-imitation’: A review and appraisal of a decade of research
S Hoehl, S Keupp, H Schleihauf, N McGuigan, D Buttelmann, A Whiten
Developmental Review 51, 90-108, 2019
532019
The effect of dog-assisted intervention on student well-being, mood, and anxiety
D Grajfoner, E Harte, LM Potter, N McGuigan
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (5), 483, 2017
422017
Social learning in the real-world:‘Over-imitation’occurs in both children and adults unaware of participation in an experiment and independently of social interaction
A Whiten, G Allan, S Devlin, N Kseib, N Raw, N McGuigan
PloS one 11 (7), e0159920, 2016
422016
The role of transmission biases in the cultural diffusion of irrelevant actions.
N McGuigan
Journal of Comparative Psychology 126 (2), 150, 2012
362012
Cultural transmission of irrelevant tool actions in diffusion chains of 3-and 5-year-old children
N McGuigan, M Graham
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 7 (5), 561-577, 2010
362010
The influence of peers on the tendency of 3-and 4-year-old children to over-imitate
N McGuigan, S Robertson
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 136, 42-54, 2015
352015
Executive functioning by 18‐24‐month‐old children: effects of inhibition, working memory demands and narrative in a novel detour‐reaching task
N McGuigan, M Nez
Infant and Child Development 15 (5), 519-542, 2006
292006
Do children copy an expert or a majority? Examining selective learning in instrumental and normative contexts
ERR Burdett, AJ Lucas, D Buchsbaum, N McGuigan, LA Wood, A Whiten
PloS one 11 (10), e0164698, 2016
262016
Developmental changes in the influence of conventional and instrumental cues on over-imitation in 3-to 6-year-old children
CA Moraru, JC Gomez, N McGuigan
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 145, 34-47, 2016
252016
Is the cultural transmission of irrelevant tool actions in adult humans (Homo sapiens) best explained as the result of an evolved conformist bias?
N McGuigan, D Gladstone, L Cook
PLoS One 7 (12), e50863, 2012
242012
Innovation and social transmission in experimental micro-societies: exploring the scope of cumulative culture in young children
N McGuigan, E Burdett, V Burgess, L Dean, A Lucas, G Vale, A Whiten
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372…, 2017
232017
“Model age-based” and “copy when uncertain” biases in children’s social learning of a novel task
LA Wood, RA Harrison, AJ Lucas, N McGuigan, ERR Burdett, A Whiten
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 150, 272-284, 2016
232016
Head and shoulders, knees and toes: Which parts of the body are necessary to be seen?
N McGuigan, MJ Doherty
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 24 (4), 727-732, 2006
182006
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