Caitlin M. Fausey, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2014- Psychology University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Area:
Language and thought
Website:
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Cross-listing: Neurotree - PsychTree

Parents

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Dedre Gentner research assistant 2001-2004 Stanford (Neurotree)
Lera Boroditsky grad student 2004-2010 Stanford
Linda B. Smith post-doc 2010-2014 Indiana University
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Mendoza JK, Fausey CM. (2021) Everyday music in infancy. Developmental Science. e13122
Carvalho PF, Vales C, Fausey CM, et al. (2017) Novel names extend for how long preschool children sample visual information. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 168: 1-18
Jayaraman S, Fausey CM, Smith LB. (2017) Why are faces denser in the visual experiences of younger than older infants? Developmental Psychology. 53: 38-49
Fausey CM, Jayaraman S, Smith LB. (2016) From faces to hands: Changing visual input in the first two years. Cognition. 152: 101-107
Smith L, Yu C, Yoshida H, et al. (2015) Contributions of head-mounted cameras to studying the visual environments of infants and young children. Journal of Cognition and Development : Official Journal of the Cognitive Development Society. 16: 407-419
Jayaraman S, Fausey CM, Smith LB. (2015) The Faces in Infant-Perspective Scenes Change over the First Year of Life. Plos One. 10: e0123780
Smith LB, Yu C, Yoshida H, et al. (2015) Contributions of Head-Mounted Cameras to Studying the Visual Environments of Infants and Young Children Journal of Cognition and Development. 16: 407-419
Jayaraman S, Fausey CM, Smith LB. (2013) How do infants become FACE EXPERTS F1000research. 4
Jayaraman S, Fausey CM, Smith LB. (2013) Visual statistics of infants’ ordered experiences Journal of Vision. 13: 735-735
Fausey CM, Boroditsky L. (2011) Who dunnit? Cross-linguistic differences in eye-witness memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 18: 150-7
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