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McCormack, Teresa; O'Connor, Eimear; Cherry, Jessica; Beck, Sarah R. and Feeney, Aidan (2019). Experiencing regret about a choice helps children learn to delay gratification. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 179 pp. 162–175.

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McCormack, Teresa; Ho, Margaret; Gribben, Charlene; O'Connor, Eimear and Hoerl, Christoph (2018). The development of counterfactual reasoning about doubly-determined events. Cognitive Development, 45 pp. 1–9.

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McCormack, Teresa; O’Connor, Eimear; Beck, Sarah and Feeney, Aidan (2016). The development of regret and relief about the outcomes of risky decisions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 148 pp. 1–19.

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O'Connor, Eimear; McCormack, Teresa; Beck, Sarah R. and Feeney, Aidan (2015). Regret and adaptive decision making in young children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 135 pp. 86–92.

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