A paper by former post-doc Emily Slusser, lab alum Rachel Santiago ’12, and Hilary Barth, entitled “Developmental Change in Numerical Estimation”, was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General in February 2013. You can download the original publication as a PDF.
A paper by former post-doc and current Visiting Assistant Professor, Mariah Schug, Anna Shusterman, Hilary Barth, and Associate Professor Andrea Patalano, “Minimal-group membership influences children’s responses to novel experience with group members”, was published in Developmental Science in January 2013. You can download the original publication as a PDF.
A paper by lab alum Jess Sullivan ’08 and Hilary Barth, “Active (not passive) spatial imagery primes temporal judgments”, was published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology in June 2012. Read an article about this research in the Wesleyan Connection newsletter here. You can also download the original publication as a PDF.
Annie Paladino ’09 is the co-author (with Hilary Barth) of a new journal article based on her Hughes program research fellowship. The article is called “The development of numerical estimation: Evidence against a representational shift,” and it appears in the journal Developmental Science.
Our new Yellow and Blue lab coordinators, Jennifer Garcia ’10 (left) and Talia Berkowitz (right)
Jessica Sullivan ’08 and Ariel (Ballinger) Starr ’07 co-authored a new article with Hilary Barth. Their work on children’s numerical estimation will appear in the journal Cognitive Development. PDF
Keera Bhandari ’08/MA ’09 is the author (with Hilary Barth) of a new journal article based on her Master’s thesis research. The article appears in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology -(PDF). Keera also successfully defended her thesis, and finished collecting data for her final study of how preschool children make use of the testimony of … Read moreBhandari & Barth Published
Lauren Feld ’11 co-authored a paper with Prof. Shusterman on emotion regulation in trichotillomania. The paper is also authored by Drs. Nancy Keuthen and Lee Baer at Massachusetts General Hospital and will appear in Behavior Research and Therapy. PDF