Buttelmann Frances

Posztdoktori ösztöndíjas

I am a developmental psychologist and my research interests focus on social cognition, in particular on the development and working mechanisms of theory of mind in infants and adults. I investigate the research questions using eye tracking, EEG, reaction time and helping behavior. I studied Psychology (University of Chemnitz, Germany) and worked with children with AD(H)D as an educational - psychological therapist at the “Integratives Zentrum zur Förderung hyperkinetischer Kinder“ (Chemnitz, Germany). Before becoming a postdoc at CEU in October 2014 of Ágnes Kovács, I was a PhD student at the Junior Research Group "KiT" at the Univeristy of Erfurt (Germany). Get a complete CV at https://people.ceu.edu/frances_buttelmann

Konferencia előadások

Buttelmann, F., Pomiechowska, B., & Kovács, Á. (2016). Neural markers of spontaneous processing of others’ false beliefs in an implicit task. Poster presented at the IBRO workshop 2016, Budapest, Hungary.

Buttelmann, F., Pomiechowska, B., & Kovács, Á. (2016). Searching for the exact time of belief reasoning: An EEG study of adults’ spontaneous belief tracking. Poster presented at the Conference of Cognitive Development (BCCCD), Budapest, Hungary.

Buttelmann, F., & Buttelmann, D. (2015). Can one false-belief paradigm simply be applied to different age groups? Children’s performance in an interactive theory-of-mind task at three different ages. Poster presented at the IMPRS workshop: Perspectives on the ontogeny of mutual understanding, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Buttelmann, F., Buttelmann, D., Carpenter, M., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2015). Great apes demonstrate an understanding of others’ beliefs in an active helping task. Poster presented at “The nature and origins of human cognition” conference, Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Berlin, Germany.

Buttelmann, F., Buttelmann, D., Carpenter, M., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2015). Great apes understand others’ beliefs. Poster presented at the VII. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science - Metacognition and Reasoning, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Buttelmann, F. (2015). Children‘s understanding of others‘ beliefs and the impact of other cognitive processes. Talk at the workshop on Metarepresentation, Cognitive Development Center, Central European University, Budapest.

Organisation of the symposium and chair "Soziale und nicht-soziale Einflussfaktoren auf die Performanz von Kindern in Theory-of-Mind Aufgaben", at the 22st Fachgruppentagung Entwicklungspsychologie of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs), Frankfurt, Germany (2015).

Buttelmann, F. & Buttelmann, D. (2015). Vietnamese children’s performance in an implicit and explicit avoidance-false-belief task. Poster presented at the Conference of Cognitive Development (BCCCD), Budapest, Hungary.

Buttelmann, F. & Buttelmann, D. (2014). Eighteen-Month-Olds Show False Belief Understanding in an Appearance-Reality Task for an Object’s Identity but not its Color. Poster presented at the 19th International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS), Berlin, Germany.

Buttelmann, F. (2014). The ability to understand others’ beliefs and how this understanding influences behavior. Invited talk at the Cognitive Development Center, Central European University, Budapest.

Buttelmann, F. (2014). Early Development of Children‘s Mental State Understanding in Appearance-Reality Tasks. Invited talk at the University of Saarbrücken, Germany.

Buttelmann, F. & Buttelmann, D. (2014). The more boring the testing materials, the better the participant? Affordances of study materials and their influence on children's performance in an inhibitory-control task. Poster presented at the Conference of Cognitive Development (BCCCD), Budapest, Hungary.

Buttelmann, F. & Buttelmann, D. (2013). Automatic Tracking of Others‘ Beliefs in Adults and Preschoolers. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development (SRCD), Seattle, Washington, USA.

Organisation of the symposium and chair "Einflussfaktoren auf das Verständnis für die Mentalen Prozesse Anderer", at the 21st Fachgruppentagung Entwicklungspsychologie of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs), Saarbrücken, Germany (2013).

Buttelmann, F. & Buttelmann, D. (2013). Automatic belief-reasoning affects choice of response. Poster presented at the Conference of Cognitive Development (BCCCD), Budapest, Hungary.

Buttelmann, F. & Buttelmann, D. (2013). Do you see what I believe? Infants’ difficulty to represent a person’s belief about the colour of an object. Poster presented at the Conference of Cognitive Development (BCCCD), Budapest, Hungary.

Buttelmann, F., Suhrke, J., & Buttelmann, D. (2012). 2.5-Year-Olds and 18-Month-Olds Show False Belief Understanding in a Non-Verbal Appearance-Reality-Task. Poster presented at the 18th International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS), Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Buttelmann, F., Suhrke, J., & Buttelmann, D. (2011). "Theory of Mind" bei 2,5-jährigen Kindern - eine nicht-verbale Appearance-Reality Aufgabe. Talk at the 20th Fachgruppentagung Entwicklungspsychologie of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs), Erfurt, Germany.

Publikációk

Buttelmann, F., Suhrke, J. & Buttelmann, D. (2015). What you get is what you believe: Eighteen-month-olds demonstrate belief understanding in an unexpected-identity task. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 131, 94 - 103. doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2014.11.009

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