Theory and Reviews

Warneken, F. (2016). Insights into the biological foundation of human altruistic sentimentsCurrent Opinion in Psychology, 7, 51-56.

Warneken, F. (2015). Precocious prosociality – why do young children help? Child Development Perspectives, 9(1), 1-6.

Blake, P. R., McAuliffe, K., & Warneken, F. (2014). The developmental origins of fairness: The knowledge-behavior gap. Trends in Cognitive Science, 18(11), 559-561.

Warneken, F. (2013c). The development of altruistic behavior: Helping in children and chimpanzees. Social Research, 80(2), 431-442.

Dominey, P. F., & Warneken, F. (2011). The basis of shared intentions in human and robot cognition. New Ideas in Psychology, 29(3), 260-274.

xxxxxVideo illustrating robot cognition work: http://vimeo.com/38378799

Warneken, F., & Tomasello, M. (2009b). Varieties of altruism in children and chimpanzeesTrends in Cognitive Sciences, 13(9), 397-482.

Warneken, F., & Tomasello, M. (2009c). The roots of human altruismBritish Journal of Psychology. Target article with commentaries. 100(3), 445-471.

xxxxxCommentary: Hay, D.R. (2009). The roots and branches of human altruism. British Journal of xxxxxPsychology, 100, 473-479.

xxxxxCommentary: Wynn, K. (2009). Constraints on natural altruism. British Journal of Psychology, xxxxx100, 481-485.

xxxxxResponse: Warneken, F. (2009). Digging deeper: A response to commentaries on ‘The roots of xxxxxhuman altruism’British Journal of Psychology, 100(3), 487-490.

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