Cacchione, Beatrix

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2016

Abbaspour, Sufi; Schneider, Julia; Cacchione, Trix (11 July 2016). Children use a dispositional core concept when identifying causality in non-mechanical events (Unpublished). In: 24th Biennial Meeting of the international Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD). Vilnius, Lithuania. 10.07.-04.07.2016.

Abbaspour, Sufi; Schneider, Julia; Schlottmann, Anne; Martarelli, Corinna; Cacchione, Trix (11 July 2016). Disentangling the causal train of thought: The use of dispositional cues to causality in children’s judgments of mechanical interactions (Unpublished). In: ISSBD 24th Biennial Meeting of the international Society for the Study of Behavioural Development. Vilnius, Lithuania. 10.07.-14.07.2016.

Binti Umar, Hafidah; Steinweg, Benjamin; Cacchione, Beatrix; Mast, Fred; Martarelli, Corinna (June 2016). How the eyes view audio-visual irregularities (Unpublished). In: CCLM Summer School 2016. Weggis, Switzerland. 20.06.-24.06.2016.

Cacchione, Beatrix; Hrubesch, Christine; Call, Josep; Rakoczy, Hannes (2016). Are apes essentialists? Scope and limits of psychological essentialism in great apes. Animal Cognition, 19(5), pp. 921-937. Springer 10.1007/s10071-016-0991-4

Cacchione, Beatrix; Rakoczy, Hannes (2016). Comparative metaphysics: space, time, and objects (In Press). In: APA Handbook of Comparative Psychology. Washington: APA Press

2015

Abbaspour Chinjani, Sufi; Schneider, Julia; Cacchione, Trix (9 January 2015). Children use a dispositional core concept when identifying causality (Unpublished). In: CEU Conference on Cognitive Development. Budapest. 08.01.-10-01.2015.

Cacchione, Beatrix; Amici, Federica (2015). Cohesion as a Principle for Perceiving Objecthood: Does It Apply to Animate Agents? Swiss journal of psychology, 74(4), pp. 217-228. Huber 10.1024/1421-0185/a000164

2014

Cacchione, Trix; Indino, Marcello; Fujita, Kazuo; Itakura, Shoji; Matsuno, Toyomi; Schaub, Simone; Amici, Federica (2014). Universal ontology: attentive tracking of objects and substances across languages and over development. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 38(6), pp. 481-486. Sage 10.1177/0165025414544233

Rakoczy, Hannes; Cacchione, Trix (2014). The developmental and evolutionary origins of psychological essentialism lie in sortal object individuation. Behavioral and brain sciences, 37(5), pp. 500-501. Cambridge University Press 10.1017/S0140525X13003865

Cacchione, Trix; Rakoczy, Hannes (3 July 2014). Human infants and great apes judge object identity on the base of essential properties (Unpublished). In: 19. Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies (ISIS). Berlin, Germany. 03.07-05.07.2014.

Cacchione, Trix; Hrubesch, Christine; Call, Josep (2014). Phylogenetic roots of quantity processing: Apes do not rely on object indexing to process quantities. Cognitive development, 31, pp. 79-95. Elsevier 10.1016/j.cogdev.2014.04.002

Cacchione, Trix; Hrubesch, Christine; Call, Josep (2014). Apes’ tracking of objects and collections. Swiss journal of psychology, 73(1), pp. 47-52. Huber 10.1024/1421-0185/a000120

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