CDL at the Inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS 2015)

The Cognitive Development Labs presented four posters at the very first International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS 2015), which took place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The conference was held from March 12th – 14th in the Beurs van Berlage.


Lab Coordinator Lonnie Bass presenting “Children’s Mirror Image Discrimination Abilities” with Gwynne Hunter ’10, Kimberly Gutowski, and Anna Shusterman.



Tawni Stoop ’15 presenting “Effects of Linguistic Context on Children’s Number Word Acquisition” with Angela Lo ’14, Emily Slusser (post-doc, ’10-’12), and Anna Shusterman.



John Pacheco ’15 presenting “Navigation in Children: The Effects of Symmetry and Asymmetry on Spatial Reorientation” with Andrew Ribner ’14Samantha Melvin ’13Taylor DeLoach ’13, and Anna Shusterman.



Lab Coordinator Lonnie Bass presenting “A Non-Bayesian Explanation of Adults’ and Children’s Biased Spatial Estimates” with Ellen Lesser (RA, ’12-’14), Jessica Taggart (lab coordinator, ’12-’14), Emily Slusser (post-doc, ’10-’12), Sheri Reichelson ’16, and Anna Schwab ’16, and Hilary Barth.