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Items where Author is "Apperly, Ian A."

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Beck, Sarah R., Williams, Clare, Cutting, Nicola, Apperly, Ian A. and Chappell, Jackie (2016) Individual differences in children's innovative problem-solving are not predicted by divergent thinking or executive functions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371 (1690). p. 20150190.

Beck, Sarah R., Cutting, Nicola, Apperly, Ian A., Demery, Zoe, Iliffe, Leila, Rishi, Sonia and Chappell, Jackie (2014) Is tool-making knowledge robust over time and across problems? Frontiers in Psychology, 5.

Cutting, Nicola, Apperly, Ian A., Chappell, Jackie and Beck, Sarah R. (2014) The puzzling difficulty of tool innovation: Why can’t children piece their knowledge together? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 125. pp. 110-117.

Beck, Sarah R., Chappell, Jackie, Apperly, Ian A. and Cutting, Nicola (2012) Tool innovation may be a critical limiting step for the establishment of a rich tool-using culture: A perspective from child development. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35 (04). pp. 220-221.

Cutting, Nicola, Apperly, Ian A. and Beck, Sarah R. (2011) Why do children lack the flexibility to innovate tools? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 109 (4). pp. 497-511.

Beck, Sarah R., Apperly, Ian A., Chappell, Jackie, Guthrie, Carlie and Cutting, Nicola (2011) Making tools isn’t child’s play. Cognition, 119 (2). pp. 301-306.

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Chappell, Jackie, Cutting, Nicola, Tecwyn, Emma C., Apperly, Ian A., Beck, Sarah R. and Thorpe, Susannah K.S. (2015) Minding the gap: a comparative approach to studying the development of innovation. In: Animal Creativity and Innovation. Academic Press, pp. 287-316

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