Longitudinal effects of theory of mind on later peer relations: the role of prosocial behavior.
Marcella Caputi;Serena Lecce;Adriano Pagnin;Robin Banerjee.
Developmental Psychology (2012)
Peer relations and the understanding of faux pas: longitudinal evidence for bidirectional associations.
Robin Banerjee;Dawn Watling;Marcella Caputi.
Child Development (2011)
Individual Differences in Children's Materialism: The Role of Peer Relations
Robin Banerjee;Helga Dittmar.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2008)
Differentiated associations between childhood maltreatment experiences and social understanding: A meta-analysis and systematic review
Nikki Luke;Robin Banerjee.
Developmental Review (2013)
Experimental modification of interpretation bias in socially anxious children: Changes in interpretation, anticipated interpersonal anxiety, and social anxiety symptoms.
Stephanos P. Vassilopoulos;Robin Banerjee;Chara Prantzalou.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2009)
Depression and Social Anxiety in Children: Differential Links with Coping Strategies.
Mark Wright;Robin Banerjee;Willemijn Hoek;Carolien Rieffe.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2010)
Audience Effects on Self‐Presentation in Childhood
Social Development (2002)
Children's understanding of self‐presentational display rules: Associations with mental‐state understanding
Robin Banerjee;Nicola Yuill.
British Journal of Development Psychology (1999)
Social-Cognitive Factors in Childhood Social Anxiety: A Preliminary Investigation.
Robin Banerjee;Lynne Henderson.
Social Development (2001)
Promoting theory of mind during middle childhood: a training program.
Serena Lecce;Federica Bianco;Rory T. Devine;Claire Hughes.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (2014)
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