Lori Markson

Affiliations: 
Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Area:
Cognitive development, language acquisition
Website:
http://artsci.wustl.edu/~psych/markson.html
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Casey Lew-Williams research assistant UC Berkeley
Eduardo Europa research assistant 2006-2008 UC Berkeley
Laura Hennefield grad student 2009- Washington University (Neurotree)
Christine N. Willis grad student 2008 UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
Christine A. Fawcett grad student 2002-2008 UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
Kathleen R. Sullivan grad student 2004-2012 Washington University (Neurotree)
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Hennefield L, Talpey LM, Markson L. (2021) When positive outcomes and reality collide: Children prefer optimists as social partners. Cognitive Development. 59
Markson L, Luo Y. (2020) Trust in early childhood. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 58: 137-162
Zheng Y, Zacks JM, Markson L. (2020) The development of event perception and memory Cognitive Development. 54: 100848
Hwang HG, Markson L. (2018) Locals don't have accents: children weigh phonological proficiency over syntactic or semantic proficiency when categorizing individuals. Journal of Child Language. 1-17
Afshordi N, Sullivan KR, Markson L. (2018) Children’s Third-Party Understanding of Communicative Interactions in a Foreign Language Collabra: Psychology. 4
Luo Y, Hennefield L, Mou Y, et al. (2017) Infants' Understanding of Preferences When Agents Make Inconsistent Choices. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 22: 843-856
Hennefield L, Markson L. (2017) Four-year-old Children Align their Preferences with those of their Peers Collabra: Psychology. 3
Luo Y, Hennefield L, Mou Y, et al. (2017) Infants' Understanding of Preferences When Agents Make Inconsistent Choices Infancy. 22: 843-856
Hwang HG, Marrus N, Irvin K, et al. (2017) Three-Year-Old Children Detect Social Exclusion in Third-Party Interactions Journal of Cognition and Development. 18: 515-529
Treiman R, Hompluem L, Gordon J, et al. (2016) Young Children's Knowledge of the Symbolic Nature of Writing. Child Development
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