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Henrike Moll

Henrike Moll

Member from 2011 to 2016
subject: Psychology

Contact
University of Southern California, Los Angeles (USA)
Department of Psychology SGM 501
3620 South McClintock Ave
CA 900 Los Angeles (USA)

hmoll@usc.edu

Research Areas

  • My research deals with the human ability to adopt others' perspectives and the question of how this ability develops in ontogenetic time. I try to flesh out how children come to understand other minds and others' points of view. Experimental methods as well as anthropological and philosophical considerations are used to this end.

 

Curriculum Vitae

  • Since 2012

    Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles

  • 2009-2011

    Research Assistant in the Department for Developmental and Comparative Psychology, MPI-EVA, Leipzig

  • 2007-2009

    Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (with Dr. Andrew N. Meltzoff), University of Washington, Seattle, USA

  • 2006-2007

    Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department for Developmental and Comparative Psychology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MPI-EVA, with Dr. Michael Tomasello), Leipzig

  • 2006

    Dr. rer. nat. in Psychology, University of Leipzig

  • 2001

    Undergraduate Degree in Psychology, Philipp University Marburg

  • 1999

    'Licence' in Psychology, Sorbonne (Université René Descartes, Paris V), France

Publications

  • Infant cognition

    Moll, H., & Tomasello, M. (2010). Infant cognition. Current Biology, 20(20), R872-R875.

  • Cooperation and human cognition: The Vygotskian intelligence hypothesis

    Moll, H., & Tomasello, M. (2007). Cooperation and human cognition: The Vygotskian intelligence hypothesis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 362(1480), 639-648.

  • How does it look? Level 2 perspective-taking at 36 months

    Moll, H., & Meltzoff, A. N. (2011). How does it look? Level 2 perspective-taking at 36 months. Child Development, 82(2), 661-673.

  • Human shared intentionality and culture. In P. Kappeler & J. Silk (Eds.), Mind the gap: Tracing the origins of human universals (pp. 331-349)

    Tomasello, M. & Moll, H. (2010). The gap is social: Human shared intentionality and culture. In P. Kappeler & J. Silk (Eds.), Mind the gap: Tracing the origins of human universals (pp. 331-349). Berlin: Springer.

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