Julie C. Markant, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2005-2010 Institute of Child Development University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
 2015- Psychology Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, United States 
Area:
selective attention, memory, infancy
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Parents

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Richard N. Aslin research assistant 2002-2005 Rochester (Neurotree)
Kathleen M. Thomas grad student 2005-2010 UMN
 (Selective attention and individual differences in infant learning: A comprehensive investigation of exogenous orienting among 7-month-old infants.)
Dima Amso post-doc 2010-2015 Brown (Neurotree)

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Claire F. Noonan grad student 2015- Tulane
Jill King grad student 2016- Tulane
Brianna Keenan grad student 2017- Tulane
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Keenan B, Markant J. (2020) Differential sensitivity to species- and race-based information in the development of attention orienting and attention holding face biases in infancy. Developmental Psychobiology
Coleman M, Offen K, Markant J. (2018) Exercise Similarly Facilitates Men and Women's Selective Attention Task Response Times but Differentially Affects Memory Task Performance. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1405
Cruse A, Offen K, Markant J. (2018) Spatial selective attention biases are shaped by long-term musical experience and short-term exposure to tones. Brain and Cognition. 125: 106-117
Nussenbaum K, Amso D, Markant J. (2017) When increasing distraction helps learning: Distractor number and content interact in their effects on memory. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Markant J, Amso D. (2016) The Development of Selective Attention Orienting is an Agent of Change in Learning and Memory Efficacy. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 21: 154-176
Markant J, Amso D. (2016) The Development of Selective Attention Orienting is an Agent of Change in Learning and Memory Efficacy Infancy. 21: 154-176
Markant J, Ackerman LK, Nussenbaum K, et al. (2015) Selective attention neutralizes the adverse effects of low socioeconomic status on memory in 9-month-old infants. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Markant J, Oakes LM, Amso D. (2015) Visual selective attention biases contribute to the other-race effect among 9-month-old infants. Developmental Psychobiology
Markant J, Worden MS, Amso D. (2015) Not all attention orienting is created equal: recognition memory is enhanced when attention orienting involves distractor suppression. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 120: 28-40
Hodel AS, Markant JC, Van Den Heuvel SE, et al. (2014) Developmental differences in effects of task pacing on implicit sequence learning. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 153
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