DEP 4116: Infant Cognition Reference List Infant Lab Research

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DEP 4116: Infant Cognition Reference List

Infant Lab Research

Readings:



Bahrick, L. E. & Hollich, G. (in press). Intermodal perception. In M. Haith & J. Benson, (Eds.),

Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood

Development
, Elsevier, Ltd.





Infant L
ab Research & IRH

Readings:



Bahrick, L.E., Lickliter, R., & Flom, R. (2004). Intersensory redundancy guides infants’ selective

attention, perceptual and cognitive development.
Current Directions in Psychological
Science, 13
, 99
-
102.




Bahrick, L. E., L
ickliter, R., Vaillant, M., Shuman, M., & Castellanos, I. (2004, June). The

development of face perception in dynamic,multimodal events: Predictions from the
intersensory redundancy hypothesis.
Fifth Annual Meeting of the
International

Multisensory Resear
ch Forum,
Barcelona, Spain.



Vaillant
-
Molina, M.,


Newell, L., Castellanos, I., Bahrick, L.E., & Lickliter, R. (2006, June).

Intersensory redundancy impairs face perception in early
development.
Presented at the
International Conference for Infant Studie
s
, Kyoto, Japan.

Castellanos, I., Shuman, M., &


Bahrick, L. E. (2004, May). Intersensory redundancy facilitates

infants' perception of meaning in speech passages
.
International Conference o
n Infant
Studies
, Chicago, IL.





General Issues in Face Processing

Readings:



Nelson, C.A. (2001). The development and neural bases of face recognition.
Infant and Child

Development
,
10
, 3
-
18.

Ramsey, J.L., & Langlois, J.H. (2002). How infants perceiv
e faces. In M. Lewis & A. Slater

(Eds.),
Introduction to infant development

(pp. 167
-
191).




New York:Oxford University Press.





Newborn Face Perception

Presentations:

Bushnell, I. W. R. (2001). Mother’s face recognition in newborn infants: Learni
ng and memory.

Infant and Child Development, 10
, 67
-
74.

Sai, F. Z. (2005). The role of the mother’s voice in developing mother’s face preference:

Evidence for intermodal perception at birth.
Infant and Child Development, 14
, 29
-
50.





The Development of

Expertise

Presentations:

Pascalis, O., de Haan, M., & Nelson, C. A. (2002). Is face processing species
-
specific during the

first year of life?
Science, 296
, 1321
-
1323.

Kelly, D.J., Quinn, P.C., Slater, A.M, Lee, K., Gibson, A., Smith, M., Ge, L., &


Pas
calis, O.

(2005). Three
-
month
-
olds, but not newborns, prefer own
-
race faces.
Developmental
Science, 8
, F31
-
F36

Pezdek, K., Blandon
-
Gitlin, I., & Moore, C. (2003). Children’s face recognition memory: More

evidencefor the cross
-
race effect. Journal of Appl
ied Psychology, 88, 760
-
763.





Configurational vs Featural Processing

Presentations:



Mondloch, C., Leis, A., & Maurer, D. (2006).
Recognizing the face of Johnny, Suzy, and me:

Insensitivity to the spacing among features at 4 years of age.
Child
Development, 77(1),
234
-
243.






Categorization, Typicality, Attractivenes

Presentation:



Rubenstein, A.J. (2005). Variation in perceived attractiveness.
Psychological Science, 16(10),

759
-
762.

Slater, A., Bremner, G., Johnson, S.P., Sherwood, P., Hayes
, R., & Brown, E. (2000).


Newborn

infants' preference for attractive faces: The role of internal and external facial features.
Infancy, 1
, 265
-
274.





Face Recognition

Presentation:

Bahrick, L.E., Moss, L., & Fadil, C. (1996). The development of visual

self
-

recognition in

infancy. Ecological Psychology, 8, 189
-
208.





(Lab Staff is away at


SRCD)



Gibson & Pick, Ch 5 Communication


Perceiving Moving and Multimodal Faces

Presentations:

Bahrick, L.E., Gogate, L.J., & Ruiz, I. (2002). Attention and m
emory for faces and
actions in

infancy: The salience of actions over faces in dynamic events. Child Development,
73
,
1629
-
1643.

Bahrick, L. E., Hernandez
-
Reif, M., & Flom, R. (2005). The development of infant learning

about specific face
-
voice relations.

Developmental Psychology,

41,
541
-
552.



Autism and Face Processing




TBA





Infant Lab Research