Prof. Dr. Birgit Träuble (Dipl.-Psych.)
Professur für Entwicklungspsychologie

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Artikel

 

 

Wahl,. S. Marinović, V., & Träuble, B. (2019). Gaze cues of isolated eyes facilitate the encoding and further processing of objects in 4-month-old infants. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dcn.2019.100621

Marinović, V., & Träuble, B. (2018) Vicarious SocialExclusion and Memory in Young Children. DevelopmentalPsychology. doi: 10.1037/dev0000593.

Marinović, V., Wahl., S., & Träuble, B. (2017). "Next to you" - young children sit closer to a person following vicarious ostracism. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 156, 179-185.

Licata, M., Zietlow, A.-L., Träuble, B., Sodian, B., & Reck, C. (2016). Maternal Emotional Availability and its Association with Maternal Psychopathology, Attachment Style Insecurity and Theory of Mind.Psychopathology. In press.

Müller, M., Tronick, E., Zietlow, A.-L., Nonnenmacher, N., Verschoor, S., Träuble, B. (2016). Effects of maternal anxiety disorders on infant self-comforting behaviors: The role of maternal bonding, infant gender and age. Psychopathology. doi: 10.1159/000448404


Mayer, A., & Träuble, A. (2015). The Weird World of Cross-Cultural False-Belief Research: A True- and False-Belief Study Among Samoan Children Based on Commands. Journal of Cognition and Development, 16, 650-665.

Šimkovic, M. & Träuble, B. (2015). Pursuit tracks chase: Exploring the role of eyemovements in the detection of chasing. PeerJ., DOI 10.7717/peerj.1243

Pauen, S., Träuble, B., Hoehl, S., & Bechtel, S. (2015) „Show me the world –Object categorization and socially-guided object learning in infancy“. Child Development Perspectives, 9 (2). doi:10.1111/cdep.12119

Meiser, S., Zietlow, A.-L., Reck, C., Träuble, B. (2015). The Impact of PostpartumDepression and Anxiety Disorders on Children´s Facial Emotional Expression Processing at Pre-School Age. Archives of Women's Mental Health, 18, 707-16. doi: 10.1007/s00737-015-0519-y

Šimkovic, M. & Träuble, B. (2014). Perceived displacement explains wolfpack effect. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01423

Träuble, B., Pauen, S., & Poulin-Dubois, D. (2014). Speed and direction changes induce the perception of animacy in 7-month-old infants. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01141

Träuble, B. & Bätz, J. (2014) Shared function knowledge: Infants' attention to function information in communicative contexts. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 124, 67-77.

Mayer, A. & Träuble, B. (2012).Synchrony in the onset of mental state understanding across cultures? A study among children in Samoa. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 37, 21-28.

Träuble, B. & Pauen, S. (2011). Causal motion-attribution in infancy. The role of spatiotemporal and dispositional status information. Cognitive Development, 1-15.

Träuble, B. & Pauen, S. (2010). Cause or effect – what matters? How 12-month-old infants learn to categorize artefacts. British journal of Developmental Psychology. DOI: 10.1348/026151009X479547

Träuble, B., Marinović, V., & Pauen, S. (2010). Early theory of mind competencies. Do infants understand false belief? Infancy. 15, 434-444.Steinmayr, R., Ziegler, M., & Träuble, B. (2010). Do intelligence and sustained attention interact in predicting academic achievement? Learning and Individual Differences, 20, 14-18.

Pauen, S. & Träuble, B. (2009). How 7-month-olds interpret ambiguous motion events: Category-specific reasoning in infancy. Cognitive Psychology. 59, 275-295.

Träuble, B., Babocsai, L., & Pauen, S. (2009). Early category formation - The role of real-world experience. In S. P. Weingarten & H. O. Penat (Eds.), Cognitive Psychology Research Developments. Nova Publishers.

Pauen, S. & Träuble, B. (2008). How to investigate the concept of concepts. Anthropological Psychology, 19, 32-36.

Träuble, B. (2008.) Psychologische Konstanten menschlicher Entwicklung im Kindesalter. Zeitschrift für Internationale Bildungspolitik und Entwicklungspädagogik, 4, 14-17.

Pauen, S. & Träuble, B. (2008) Die neue Sicht auf das Baby – Erkenntnisse der Säuglingsforschung revolutionieren unser Verständnis des frühen Lernens. Frühe Kindheit der Deutschen Liga für das Kind, 3.

Träuble, B., & Pauen, S. (2007). The role of functional information for infant categorization, Cognition, 105, 362-379.

Buchkapitel

Träuble, B., Bender, A., & Konieczny, C. (2013) Human Social Cognition - The Theory of Mind Research. In J. Wassmann, B. Träuble, & J. Funke. (Eds.). Theory of Mind. Reasoning across Cultures. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag.

Träuble, B. & Pauen, S. (2007). Das Verständnis physikalischer und psychologischer Kausalität in der frühkindlichen Entwicklung. In D. Bailer-Jones, M. Dullstein & S. Pauen (Hrsg.) Kausales Denken. Philosophische und psychologische Perspektiven (S. 59-82). Paderborn: Mentis-Verlag.

Pauen, S. & Träuble, B. (2007). Entwicklung von Funktionswissen: Wie wichtig ist das eigene Handeln? In D. Bailer-Jones, M. Dullstein & S. Pauen (Hrsg.) Kausales Denken. Philosophische und psychologische Perspektiven (S. 133-160). Paderborn: Mentis-Verlag.

Pauen, S. & Träuble, B. (2006). Kategorisierung und Konzeptbildung. In W. Schneider & B. Sodian (Hrsg.) Enzyklopädie der Psychologie. Entwicklungs-psychologie: Band 2. Kognitive Entwicklung (S. 377-407). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Bücher, Herausgeberschaft

Russin, M. & Träuble, B. (2013). Friends of Friends and Foes of Foes. Saarbrücken: AV Akademikerverlag.

Wassmann, J., Träuble, B. & J. Funke. (Eds.) (2013) Theory of Mind in the Pacific. Reasoning across Cultures. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag.

Träuble, B. (2004). Die Bedeutung von Kausalwahrnehmung für den frühen Wissenserwerb. Neue Befunde aus der Säuglingsforschung. Berlin: Logos-Verlag.

Aktive Tagungsbeiträge / Eingeladene Vorträge

Müller, M., Zietlow, A.-L., Nonnenmacher, N., Träuble, B., Tronick, E. & Reck, C. (2015). What interactive repair is meant to do: Kindliches Arousal im Kontext mütterlicher Angsterkrankungen - Selbst- oder dyadische Affektregulation? Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie, Psychotherapie und Nervenheilkunde (DGPPN), 25.-28.11.2015, Berlin.
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Licata, M., Zietlow, A.-L., Träuble, B., Sodian, B., & Reck, C. (2013). The crucial role of attachment: Maternal attachment insecurity mediates the relation between postpartum depression/anxiety and emotional availability. Poster auf der International Attachment Conference, 30. August-1. September, Pavia.

Zietlow, A.-L., Nonnenmacher, N., Licata, M., Träuble, B., & Reck, C. (2013). Predicting maternal self-confidence at pre-school age: The role of postpartum depression and anxiety disorders, maternal attachment insecurity and child behavior problems. Poster auf der International Attachment Conference, 30. August-1.September, Pavia.