Priewasser, B. & Perner, J. (in preperation). What board games reveal about children’s understanding of contradictory values in competition.

Priewasser, B., Fowles, F.A., Schweller, K. & Perner, J. (under review). Max in befriends with the Duplo Girl: Robust false belief test performance despite different task demands. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. (under review).

Stöttinger E. & Priewasser, B. (under review). “Stuck on the duck” – Why do three-to-six-year old children perform like right brain damaged stroke patients in a picture morphing task? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. (under review).

Poulin-Dubois, D., Rakoczy, H., Burnside, K., Crivello, C., Dörrenberg, S., Edwards, K., Kulke, L., Liszkowski, U., Low, J., Perner, J., Powell, L., Priewasser, B., Rafetseder, E., Ruffman, T. (2018). Do infants understand false beliefs? We don’t know yet – A commentary on Baillargeon, Buttelmann and Southgate’s commentary. Cognitive Development. 48, 302-315. [Link]

Perner, J., Priewasser, B. & Roessler, J. (2018). The practical other: teleology and its development. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 43:2, 99-114. [Link]

Schuwerk, T., Priewasser, B. Sodian, B. & Perner, J. (2018). The Robustness and Generalizability of Findings on Spontaneous False Belief Sensitivity. A Replication Attempt. Royal Society Open Science 5(5). [Link]

Priewasser, B., Rafetseder, E., Gargitter, C. & Perner, J. (2018). Helping as an early indicator of a theory of mind: Mentalism or Teleology? Cognitive Development, 46, 69-78. [Link]

Priewasser, B. & Perner, J. (2017). Revealing Human Nature Through Early Competition. Scientia (7). [Link]

Priewasser, B. (2016). Entwicklung der Dialogfähigkeit. In R. Biberich, A. Kunert, R. Steinbacher, B. Adenbeck (Hrsg.), Existenzanalytische Psychotherapie mit Säuglingen, Kindern und Jugendlichen – Entwicklungsthemen und Diagnostik (S. 67-81). Wien: GLE-Verlag.

Brandl, J., Esken, F., Priewasser, B., Rafetseder, E. (2015). “Young children’s protest: what it can (not) tell us about early normative understanding”. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 14(4), 719-740. [Link]

Priewasser, B., Roessler, J., & Perner, J. (2013). Competition as rational action: Why Young children can’t appreciate competitive games. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 116, 545–559. [Link]