Emma Flynn
Emma Flynn
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Faithful replication of foraging techniques along cultural transmission chains by chimpanzees and children
V Horner, A Whiten, E Flynn, FBM de Waal
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (37), 13878-13883, 2006
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
Human cumulative culture: a comparative perspective
LG Dean, GL Vale, KN Laland, E Flynn, RL Kendal
Biological Reviews 89 (2), 284-301, 2014
A longitudinal, microgenetic study of the emergence of false belief understanding and inhibition skills
E Flynn, C O'Malley, D Wood
Developmental Science 7 (1), 103-115, 2004
Target article with commentaries: Developmental niche construction
EG Flynn, KN Laland, RL Kendal, JR Kendal
Developmental Science 16 (2), 296-313, 2013
Investigating children as cultural magnets: do young children transmit redundant information along diffusion chains?
E Flynn
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
Whom do children copy? Model-based biases in social learning
LA Wood, RL Kendal, EG Flynn
Developmental Review 33 (4), 341-356, 2013
Imitation of hierarchical action structure by young children
A Whiten, E Flynn, K Brown, T Lee
Developmental science 9 (6), 574-582, 2006
Cultural transmission of tool use in young children: A diffusion chain study
E Flynn, A Whiten
Social Development 17 (3), 699-718, 2008
Context-dependent model-based biases in cultural transmission: children's imitation is affected by model age over model knowledge state
LA Wood, RL Kendal, EG Flynn
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (4), 387-394, 2012
The role of inhibitory control in false belief understanding
E Flynn
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and …, 2007
The transmission and evolution of experimental microcultures in groups of young children.
A Whiten, E Flynn
Developmental Psychology 46 (6), 1694, 2010
Eureka!: What is innovation, how does it develop, and who does it?
K Carr, RL Kendal, EG Flynn
Child development 87 (5), 1505-1519, 2016
Imitate or innovate? Children’s innovation is influenced by the efficacy of observed behaviour
K Carr, RL Kendal, EG Flynn
Cognition 142, 322-332, 2015
Observational learning of tool use in children: Investigating cultural spread through diffusion chains and learning mechanisms through ghost displays
LM Hopper, EG Flynn, LAN Wood, A Whiten
Journal of experimental child psychology 106 (1), 82-97, 2010
Serial killers, spiders and cybersex: Social and survival information bias in the transmission of urban legends
JM Stubbersfield, JJ Tehrani, EG Flynn
British journal of psychology 106 (2), 288-307, 2015
Investigating the mechanisms of cultural acquisition
E Flynn, K Smith
Social Psychology, 2012
Measuring change: Current trends and future directions in microgenetic research
E Flynn, R Siegler
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and …, 2007
A microgenetic investigation of stability and continuity in theory of mind development
E Flynn
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 24 (3), 631-654, 2006
Imitation of hierarchical structure versus component details of complex actions by 3-and 5-year-olds
E Flynn, A Whiten
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 101 (4), 228-240, 2008
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