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On April 28th, Wesleyan University’s Psychology Department held its annual poster session. Students presented their work from the past year. The Cognitive Development Labs were represented by nine lab members and presented a total of six posters. Congratulations to all lab members for their impressive research! Kerry Brew ’18, Sarah Corner ’17, and Ilana Ladis ’17 speak with an […]

CDL at Daffodil Day

On April 24th, the Cognitive Development Labs attended Daffodil Day at the Wadsworth Mansion in Middletown, CT. Lab members had a great time running one of our ongoing studies and speaking with interested families about our labs. Thank you to the Wadsworth Mansion for allowing us to attend and for providing us with a table!   Lab members Kayla Schlenz ’16, Blue Lab Coordinator […]

Sheri Reichelson ’16 presented a poster entitled, “Does the Arbitrary Grouping of Physical Options Influence Children’s and Adults’ Choices?” at the Eastern Psychological Association’s 2016 Annual Meeting in New York, New York on March 4th. Sheri received an Eastern Regional travel grant from the Psi Chi Grants Committee and Boards of Directors to fund her […]

On Saturday October 24th, members of the Cognitive Development Labs attended the Halloween Fall Festival on South Green in Middletown. Lab members had a wonderful time handing out candy to trick-or-treaters and speaking with interested families about ongoing research. Lab coordinators Maddy Barclay and Ali Zax represent the Blue and Yellow labs at the Fall Festival.

On July 30th, undergraduate researchers from the Cognitive Development Labs presented their summer projects at Wesleyan University’s Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session.   Anthony Gutierrez ’15 presents his poster, “Number Concepts in Children’s Picture Books.”   Professor Anna Shusterman discusses the findings from “New Discoveries in How Children Understand ‘Two,’” a poster by Kayla Schlenz ’16. […]

  The Living Lab at the Connecticut Science Center is an ongoing collaboration between the Science Center and the Cognitive Development Labs at Wesleyan University that aims to educate the public about child development by immersing museum visitors in the process of scientific discovery. Families visiting the museum are invited to participate in ongoing research projects, […]

Summer 2015 KidCity Visits

During the summer of 2015, members of the Cognitive Development Labs will be going to KidCity Children’s Museum in Middletown, CT on Saturday mornings to play research games with kids and talk to interested families. We will be in the birthday party room on the second floor — feel free to drop by and say hello! […]

On April 30th, Wesleyan University’s Psychology Department held its annual poster session to showcase the accomplishments of its students and faculty from the past year. The Cognitive Development Labs were represented by eleven lab members presenting a total of ten posters. Thank you to everyone for their hard work and dedication, and congratulations on another productive […]

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