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Francesca Bellagamba
Francesca Bellagamba
Associate Professor, Sapienza UniversitÓ di Roma
Verified email at uniroma1.it
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Re-enacting intended acts: Comparing 12-and 18-month-olds
F Bellagamba, M Tomasello
Infant behavior and development 22 (2), 277-282, 1999
3471999
The role of declarative pointing in developing a theory of mind
L Camaioni, P Perucchini, F Bellagamba, C Colonnesi
Infancy 5 (3), 291-308, 2004
3002004
The dialogical self in the first two years of life: Embarking on a journey of discovery
A Fogel, I De Koeyer, F Bellagamba, H Bell
Theory & Psychology 12 (2), 191-205, 2002
1852002
A longitudinal examination of the transition to symbolic communication in the second year of life
L Camaioni, T Aureli, F Bellagamba, A Fogel
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research andá…, 2003
802003
Evoluzione dei termini di stati mentali nelle storie di fantasia scritte da bambini in etÓ scolare.
L Camaioni, E Longobardi, F Bellagamba
EtÓ evolutiva, 1998
531998
Waiting by mistake: Symbolic representation of rewards modulates intertemporal choice in capuchin monkeys, preschool children and adult humans
E Addessi, F Bellagamba, A Delfino, F De Petrillo, V Focaroli, ...
Cognition 130 (3), 428-441, 2014
472014
Change in children's understanding of others’ intentional actions
F Bellagamba, L Camaioni, C Colonnesi
Developmental Science 9 (2), 182-188, 2006
462006
Beyond screen time: a synergistic approach to a more comprehensive assessment of family media exposure during early childhood
R Barr, H Kirkorian, J Radesky, S Coyne, D Nichols, O Blanchfield, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1283, 2020
372020
False belief understanding and “cool” inhibitory control in 3-and 4-years-old Italian children
F Bellagamba, E Addessi, V Focaroli, G Pecora, V Maggiorelli, B Pace, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 872, 2015
162015
Concurrent relations between inhibitory control, vocabulary and internal state language in 18-and 24-month-old Italian-speaking infants
F Bellagamba, F Laghi, A Lonigro, CS Pace, E Longobardi
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 11 (4), 420-432, 2014
152014
Re-enactment of intended acts from a video presentation by 18-and 24-month-old children
F Bellagamba, F Laghi, A Lonigro, CS Pace
Cognitive processing 13 (4), 381-386, 2012
132012
How infant and toddlers’ media use is related to sleeping habits in everyday life in Italy
F Bellagamba, F Presaghi, M Di Marco, E D’Abundo, O Blanchfield, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 815, 2021
72021
Do displacement activities help preschool children to inhibit a forbidden action?
G Pecora, E Addessi, G Schino, F Bellagamba
Journal of experimental child psychology 126, 80-90, 2014
72014
Traiettorie evolutive nella transizione alla comunicazione simbolica: uno studio longitudinale intensivo
L Camaioni, T Aureli, F Bellagamba, F Presaghi
Giornale italiano di psicologia 31 (2), 307-334, 2004
62004
Baby-led weaning in Italy and potential implications for infant development
E Addessi, AT Galloway, T Wingrove, H Brochu, A Pierantozzi, ...
Appetite 164, 105286, 2021
52021
Relations between temperament and false belief understanding in the preschool age
G Pecora, E Addessi, M Paoletti, F Bellagamba
Journal of Child and Family Studies 27 (5), 1682-1691, 2018
52018
Contextual factors modulate risk preferences in adult humans
F De Petrillo, M Paoletti, F Bellagamba, G Manzi, F Paglieri, E Addessi
Behavioural Processes 176, 104137, 2020
42020
Executive function
G Pecoraro, F Zoratto, M Paoletti, F Bellagamba, F Paglieri, E Addressi
Encyclopedia of animal cognition and behavior, 2017
42017
Influenza del comportamento di un conspecifico sulla manipolazione nel cebo. Osservazioni preliminari
P Perucchini, F Bellagamba, E Visalberghi, L Camaioni
Eta Evolutiva, 50-58, 1997
41997
The effect of symbolic distancing on delay tolerance across the preschool period
G Pecora, F Bellagamba, F Chiarotti, M Paoletti, ML Castano, E Addessi
Journal of Cognition and Development 21 (1), 92-103, 2020
32020
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