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Action anticipation based on an agent's epistemic state in toddlers and adults. / Schuwerk, Tobias; Kampis, Dora; Baillargeon, Renée et al.

79 p. OSF. 2021.

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Schuwerk, T, Kampis, D, Baillargeon, R, Biro, S, Bohn, M, Byers-Heinlein, K, Dörrenberg, S, Fisher, C, Franchin, L, Fulcher, T, Garbisch, I, Geraci, A, Grosse Wiesmann, C, Hamlin, K, Haun, DBM, Hepach, R, Hunnius, S, Hyde, DC, Karman, P, Kosakowski, H, Kovács, ÁM, Krämer, A, Kulke, L, Lee, C, Lew-Williams, C, Liszkowski, U, Mahowald, K, Mascaro, O, Meyer, M, Moreau, D, Perner, J, Poulin-Dubois, D, Powell, LJ, Prein, JC, Priewasser, B, Proft, M, Raz, G, Reschke, PJ, Ross, J, Rothmaler, K, Saxe, R, Schneider, D, Southgate, V, Surian, L, Tebbe, A-L, Träuble, B, Tsui, A, Wertz, AE, Woodward, A, Yuen, F, Yuile, AR, Zellner, L, Zimmer, L, Frank, MC & Rakoczy, H 2021, Action anticipation based on an agent's epistemic state in toddlers and adults. OSF. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/x4jbm

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Schuwerk, T., Kampis, D., Baillargeon, R., Biro, S., Bohn, M., Byers-Heinlein, K., Dörrenberg, S., Fisher, C., Franchin, L., Fulcher, T., Garbisch, I., Geraci, A., Grosse Wiesmann, C., Hamlin, K., Haun, D. B. M., Hepach, R., Hunnius, S., Hyde, D. C., Karman, P., ... Rakoczy, H. (2021, Feb 14). Action anticipation based on an agent's epistemic state in toddlers and adults. Manuscript submitted for publication. OSF. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/x4jbm

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Schuwerk T, Kampis D, Baillargeon R, Biro S, Bohn M, Byers-Heinlein K et al. Action anticipation based on an agent's epistemic state in toddlers and adults. 2021. 79 p. doi: 10.31234/osf.io/x4jbm

Bibtex

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title = "Action anticipation based on an agent's epistemic state in toddlers and adults",
abstract = "Do toddlers and adults engage in spontaneous Theory of Mind (ToM)? Evidence from anticipatory looking (AL) studies suggests that they do. But a growing body of failed replication studies raised questions about the paradigm{\textquoteright}s suitability. In this multi-lab collaboration, we test the robustness of spontaneous ToM measures. We examine whether 18- to 27-month-olds{\textquoteright} and adults{\textquoteright} anticipatory looks distinguish between two basic forms of an agent{\textquoteright}s epistemic states: knowledge and ignorance. In toddlers [ANTICIPATED n = 520 50% FEMALE] and adults [ANTICIPATED n = 408, 50% FEMALE] from diverse ethnic backgrounds, we found [SUPPORT/NO SUPPORT] for epistemic state-based action anticipation. Future research can probe whether this conclusion extends to more complex kinds of epistemic states, such as true and false beliefs.",
keywords = "Psychology, anticipatory looking, replication, spontaneous Theory of Mind",
author = "Tobias Schuwerk and Dora Kampis and Ren{\'e}e Baillargeon and Szilvia Biro and Manuel Bohn and Krista Byers-Heinlein and Sebastian D{\"o}rrenberg and Cynthia Fisher and Laura Franchin and Tess Fulcher and Isa Garbisch and Alessandra Geraci and {Grosse Wiesmann}, Charlotte and Kiley Hamlin and Haun, {Daniel B. M.} and Robert Hepach and Sabine Hunnius and Hyde, {Daniel C.} and Petra Karman and Heather Kosakowski and Kov{\'a}cs, {{\'A}gnes Melinda} and Anna Kr{\"a}mer and Louisa Kulke and Crystal Lee and Casey Lew-Williams and Ulf Liszkowski and Kyle Mahowald and Olivier Mascaro and Marlene Meyer and David Moreau and Josef Perner and Diane Poulin-Dubois and Powell, {Lindsey J} and Prein, {Julia Christin} and Beate Priewasser and Marina Proft and Gal Raz and Reschke, {Peter Joseph} and Josephine Ross and Katrin Rothmaler and Rebecca Saxe and Dana Schneider and Victoria Southgate and Luca Surian and Anna-Lena Tebbe and Birgit Tr{\"a}uble and Angeline Tsui and Wertz, {Annie E.} and Amanda Woodward and Francis Yuen and Yuile, {Amanda Rose} and Luise Zellner and Lucie Zimmer and Frank, {Michael C.} and Hannes Rakoczy",
year = "2021",
month = feb,
day = "14",
doi = "10.31234/osf.io/x4jbm",
language = "English",
publisher = "OSF",
address = "United States",
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AU - Schuwerk, Tobias

AU - Kampis, Dora

AU - Baillargeon, Renée

AU - Biro, Szilvia

AU - Bohn, Manuel

AU - Byers-Heinlein, Krista

AU - Dörrenberg, Sebastian

AU - Fisher, Cynthia

AU - Franchin, Laura

AU - Fulcher, Tess

AU - Garbisch, Isa

AU - Geraci, Alessandra

AU - Grosse Wiesmann, Charlotte

AU - Hamlin, Kiley

AU - Haun, Daniel B. M.

AU - Hepach, Robert

AU - Hunnius, Sabine

AU - Hyde, Daniel C.

AU - Karman, Petra

AU - Kosakowski, Heather

AU - Kovács, Ágnes Melinda

AU - Krämer, Anna

AU - Kulke, Louisa

AU - Lee, Crystal

AU - Lew-Williams, Casey

AU - Liszkowski, Ulf

AU - Mahowald, Kyle

AU - Mascaro, Olivier

AU - Meyer, Marlene

AU - Moreau, David

AU - Perner, Josef

AU - Poulin-Dubois, Diane

AU - Powell, Lindsey J

AU - Prein, Julia Christin

AU - Priewasser, Beate

AU - Proft, Marina

AU - Raz, Gal

AU - Reschke, Peter Joseph

AU - Ross, Josephine

AU - Rothmaler, Katrin

AU - Saxe, Rebecca

AU - Schneider, Dana

AU - Southgate, Victoria

AU - Surian, Luca

AU - Tebbe, Anna-Lena

AU - Träuble, Birgit

AU - Tsui, Angeline

AU - Wertz, Annie E.

AU - Woodward, Amanda

AU - Yuen, Francis

AU - Yuile, Amanda Rose

AU - Zellner, Luise

AU - Zimmer, Lucie

AU - Frank, Michael C.

AU - Rakoczy, Hannes

PY - 2021/2/14

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N2 - Do toddlers and adults engage in spontaneous Theory of Mind (ToM)? Evidence from anticipatory looking (AL) studies suggests that they do. But a growing body of failed replication studies raised questions about the paradigm’s suitability. In this multi-lab collaboration, we test the robustness of spontaneous ToM measures. We examine whether 18- to 27-month-olds’ and adults’ anticipatory looks distinguish between two basic forms of an agent’s epistemic states: knowledge and ignorance. In toddlers [ANTICIPATED n = 520 50% FEMALE] and adults [ANTICIPATED n = 408, 50% FEMALE] from diverse ethnic backgrounds, we found [SUPPORT/NO SUPPORT] for epistemic state-based action anticipation. Future research can probe whether this conclusion extends to more complex kinds of epistemic states, such as true and false beliefs.

AB - Do toddlers and adults engage in spontaneous Theory of Mind (ToM)? Evidence from anticipatory looking (AL) studies suggests that they do. But a growing body of failed replication studies raised questions about the paradigm’s suitability. In this multi-lab collaboration, we test the robustness of spontaneous ToM measures. We examine whether 18- to 27-month-olds’ and adults’ anticipatory looks distinguish between two basic forms of an agent’s epistemic states: knowledge and ignorance. In toddlers [ANTICIPATED n = 520 50% FEMALE] and adults [ANTICIPATED n = 408, 50% FEMALE] from diverse ethnic backgrounds, we found [SUPPORT/NO SUPPORT] for epistemic state-based action anticipation. Future research can probe whether this conclusion extends to more complex kinds of epistemic states, such as true and false beliefs.

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KW - anticipatory looking

KW - replication

KW - spontaneous Theory of Mind

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DO - 10.31234/osf.io/x4jbm

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