Kuhlmeier, V.A. (in press). The social perception of helping and hindering. In M.D. Rutherford & V.A. Kuhlmeier (Eds.), Social Perception. MIT/Bradford Press.
Kuhlmeier, V.A. (in press). Disposition attribution in infancy. In M. Banaji, & S. Gelmen (Eds.), Developmental Social Cognition.
Sabbagh, M., Benson, J., & Kuhlmeier, V.A. (in press). False belief understanding in preschoolers and infants. In M. Legerstee, D. Haley, & M. Bornstein (Eds.), The Developing Infant Mind: Integrating Biology and Experience, Guilford Press.
Dunfield, K.A., & Kuhlmeier, V.A. (in press). Evidence for partner choice in toddlers: Considering the breadth of other-oriented behaviours. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Kuhlmeier, V.A., & Robson, S.J. (in press). Diagnosing goal attribution: commentary on Hernik and Southgate. Developmental Science.
Dunfield, K.A., Kuhlmeier, V.A., O’Connell, L., & Kelley, E. (2011). Examining the diversity of prosocial behavior: helping, sharing, and comforting in infancy. Infancy, 16(3), 227-247.
Newman, G.E., Keil, F.C., Kuhlmeier, V.A., & Wynn, K. (2010). Early understandings of the link between agents and order. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107, 17140-17145.
Camilleri, J.A., Kuhlmeier, V.A., Chu, J.Y.Y. (2010). Recognizing helpers and hinderers depends on behavioral intentions of the character and psychopathic characteristics of the observer. Evolutionary Psychology, 8, 303-316.
Dunfield, K.A., & Kuhlmeier, V.A. (2010). Intention-mediated selective helping in infancy. Psychological Science, 21, 523-527.
Kuhlmeier, V.A., Troje, N., and Lee, V. (2010). Young infants detect the direction of biological motion in point-light displays. Infancy, 15, 83-93.
Yamaguchi, M., Kuhlmeier, V.A., Wynn, K., & vanMarle, K. (2009). Continuity in Social Cognition from Infancy to Childhood. Developmental Science, 12, 746-752.
Hallinan, E.V., & Kuhlmeier, V.A. (2008). Ontongeny, phylogeny, and the relational reinterpretation hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 31, 138-139.
Kuhlmeier, V.A. (2005). Symbolic insight and perseveration: Two problems facing young children on symbolic retrieval tasks. Journal of Cognition and Development, 6, 365-380.
Kuhlmeier, V.A. & Birch, S.A.J. (2005). Steps toward categorizing ‘motivation’: Abilities, Limitations, and Conditional Constraints. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28, 706-707.
Kuhlmeier, V.A., Bloom, P., & Wynn, K. (2004). Do 5-month-old infants see humans as material objects? Cognition, 94, 95-103.
Kuhlmeier, V.A., Wynn, K., & Bloom, P. (2004). People v. Objects: A reply to Rakison and Chicchino. Cognition, 94, 109-112.
Kuhlmeier, V.A., & Boysen, S.T. (2003). Animal Cognition. In: Macmillan Publishers Limited, Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science.
Kuhlmeier, V.A., Wynn, K., & Bloom, P. (2003). Attribution of Dispositional States by 12-month-olds. Psychological Science, 14, 402-408.
Kuhlmeier, V.A. & Bloom, P. (2003). You can dance if you want to. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25, p. 630-631.
Kuhlmeier, V.A., & Boysen, S.T. (2002). Chimpanzees' recognition of the spatial and object similarities between a scale model and its referent. Psychological Science, 13, 60-63.
Kuhlmeier, V.A., & Boysen, S.T. (2001). The effect of response contingencies on chimpanzee scale model task performance. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 115, 300-306.
Kuhlmeier, V.A.; Boysen, S.T; & Mukobi, K.M. (1999). Scale model comprehension by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 113 (4), 396-402.