Ted Ruffman
Ted Ruffman
Professor of Psychology, University of Otago
Verified email at psy.otago.ac.nz
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The relation between children's and mothers’ mental state language and theory‐of‐mind understanding
T Ruffman, L Slade, E Crowe
Child development 73 (3), 734-751, 2002
9902002
Theory of mind is contagious: You catch it from your sibs
J Perner, T Ruffman, SR Leekam
Child development 65 (4), 1228-1238, 1994
9411994
A meta-analytic review of emotion recognition and aging: Implications for neuropsychological models of aging
T Ruffman, JD Henry, V Livingstone, L Phillips
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 32, 863-881, 2008
6892008
Episodic memory and autonoetic conciousness: developmental evidence and a theory of childhood amnesia
J Perner, T Ruffman
Journal of experimental child psychology 59 (3), 516-548, 1995
5941995
Older (but not younger) siblings facilitate false belief understanding.
T Ruffman, J Perner, M Naito, L Parkin, WA Clements
Developmental psychology 34 (1), 161, 1998
5771998
Infants' insight into the mind: How deep?
J Perner, T Ruffman
Science 308 (5719), 214-216, 2005
4972005
Mother and infant talk about mental states relates to desire language and emotion understanding
M Taumoepeau, T Ruffman
Child development 77 (2), 465-481, 2006
4192006
Stepping stones to others’ minds: Maternal talk relates to child mental state language and emotion understanding at 15, 24, and 33 months
M Taumoepeau, T Ruffman
Child development 79 (2), 284-302, 2008
4052008
How parenting style affects false belief understanding
T Ruffman, J Perner, L Parkin
Social Development 8 (3), 395-411, 1999
3841999
Emotion recognition deficits in the elderly
S Sullivan, T Ruffman
International Journal of Neuroscience 114 (3), 403-432, 2004
2892004
How language relates to belief, desire, and emotion understanding
T Ruffman, L Slade, K Rowlandson, C Rumsey, A Garnham
Cognitive Development 18 (2), 139-158, 2003
2762003
Does eye gaze indicate implicit knowledge of false belief? Charting transitions in knowledge
T Ruffman, W Garnham, A Import, D Connolly
Journal of experimental child psychology 80 (3), 201-224, 2001
2622001
How language does (and does not) relate to theory of mind: A longitudinal study of syntax, semantics, working memory and false belief
L Slade, T Ruffman
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 23 (1), 117-141, 2005
2592005
Social understanding: How does it fare with advancing years?
S Sullivan, T Ruffman
British Journal of Psychology 95 (1), 1-18, 2004
2342004
Is there a gender difference in false belief development?
T Charman, T Ruffman, W Clements
Social Development 11 (1), 1-10, 2002
2262002
A meta-analytic review of age differences in theory of mind.
JD Henry, LH Phillips, T Ruffman, PE Bailey
Psychology and Aging 28 (3), 826, 2013
2222013
Doesn’t see, doesn’t know: is anticipatory looking really related to understanding or belief?
WA Garnham, T Ruffman
Developmental Science 4 (1), 94-100, 2001
2142001
Age differences in emotion recognition skills and the visual scanning of emotion faces
S Sullivan, T Ruffman, SB Hutton
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2007
2072007
What mothers say and what they do: The relation between parenting, theory of mind, language and conflict/cooperation
T Ruffman, L Slade, K Devitt, E Crowe
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 24 (1), 105-124, 2006
2022006
Reflecting on scientific thinking: Children's understanding of the hypothesis‐evidence relation
T Ruffman, J Perner, DR Olson, M Doherty
Child Development 64 (6), 1617-1636, 1993
2011993
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