Child Psychology Archive

Carrie Palmquist, Amherst College – Differences in Snap Judgments Between Children and Adults

On Amherst College Week: Do kids react differently to faces than adults? Carrie Palmquist, assistant professor

Tal-Chen Rabinowitch, University of Washington – The Power of Being in Sync

Get in sync. Tal-Chen Rabinowitch, postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences at

Vanessa LoBue, Rutgers University – The Importance of Face Time for Children

Do babies also like to look at good looking people? Vanessa LoBue, assistant professor of psychology

Christina Starmans, Yale University – Temptation

The view of immorality is different for children and adults. Christina Starmans, postdoctoral associate in the

Dale Fink, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts – Recess

Recess is a favorite among elementary school students. Dale Fink, associate professor of education at the

Craig Smith, University of Michigan – Children and Confessions

How do you get children to fess up to bad behavior? Craig Smith, research investigator at

Anna Sosa, Northern Arizona University – Traditional vs Electronic Toys

Should infants be learning language from electronic toys? Anna Sosa, professor of communication sciences and disorders

Nicole Gardner-Neblett, University of North Carolina – Storytelling and African-American Children

Can telling stories help improve literacy? Nicole Gardner-Neblett, research assistant professor in the department of psychology

Darcia Narvaez, University of Notre Dame – Companionship Care

Do we need to be social right after our birth? Darcia Narvaez, professor of psychology at

Tracy Alloway, UNF – Lying Kids

If your kids are lying to you, it might be an indicator of intelligence! Tracy Alloway,