Mahy, C.E.V., Moses, L.J., & Pfeifer, J.H. (in press). How and where: Theory-of-Mind in the brain. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.

Mahy, C. E. V., Moses, L. J., & Kliegel, M. (in press). The impact of age, ongoing task difficulty, and cue salience on preschoolers’ prospective memory performance: The role of executive function. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

Carlson, S.M., Claxton, L.J., & Moses, L.J. (in press). The relation between executive function and theory of mind is more than skin deep. Journal of Cognition and Development.

Mahy, C.E.V., & Moses, L.J. (2011). Executive functioning and prospective memory in young children. Cognitive Development, 26, 269-281.(pdf)

Moses, L. J. & Tahiroglu, D. (2010). Clarifying the relation between executive function and children’s theories of mind. In J. Carpendale, G. Iarocci, U. MĂĽller, B. Sokol, & A. Young (Eds.), Self- and Social Regulation: Exploring the Relations between Social Interaction, Social Cognition, and the Development of Executive Functions (pp.218-233). Oxford University Press.

Sabbagh, M. A., Xu, F., Carlson, S. M., Moses, L. J., & Lee, K. (2006). The development of executive functioning and theory of mind: A comparison of Chinese and U.S. preschoolers. Psychological Science, 17, 74-81. (pdf)

Sabbagh, M. A., Moses, L. J., & Shiverick, S. (2006). Executive functioning and preschoolers’ understanding of false beliefs, false photographs, and false signs. Child Development, 77, 1034-1049. (pdf)

Moses, L. J., & Baldwin, D. A. (2005). What can the study of cognitive development reveal about children’s ability to appreciate and cope with advertising. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 24, 186-201. (pdf)

Carlson, S. M., Moses, L. J., & Claxton, L. J. (2004). Individual differences in executive functioning and theory of mind: An investigation of inhibitory control and planning ability. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 87, 299-319. (pdf)

Pears, K. C. & Moses, L. J. (2003). Demographics, parenting, and theory of mind in three- and four-year olds. Social Development, 12, 1-20. (pdf)

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