Susan Goldin-Meadow

Affiliations: 
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Area:
Gesture, sign language, cognitive development
Website:
http://psychology.uchicago.edu/people/faculty/sgmeadow.shtml
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Cross-listing: Neurotree - LinguisTree - CSD Tree

Parents

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Rochel Gelman grad student 1975 Penn (Neurotree)
Lila R. Gleitman grad student 1975 Penn

Children

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Ozlem Ece Demir-Lira grad student (Neurotree)
Jill P. Morford grad student Chicago (LinguisTree)
Jeremy I. Skipper grad student UCL (Neurotree)
Martha W. Alibali grad student 1994 Chicago (Neurotree)
Susan Duncan grad student 1996 Chicago (Neurotree)
Jana M. Iverson grad student 1996 Chicago
Spencer D. Kelly grad student 1999 Chicago
Mingyu Zheng grad student 2000 Chicago (Neurotree)
Lisa A. Hoogstra grad student 2002 Chicago (Neurotree)
Sara C. Broaders grad student 2003 Chicago (Neurotree)
Melissa A. Singer grad student 2004 Chicago (Neurotree)
Bari Wieselman Schulman grad student 2004 Chicago (Neurotree)
Amy J. Hammond grad student 2005 Chicago (Neurotree)
Irene Kimbara grad student 2006 Chicago (Neurotree)
Susan W. Wagner Cook grad student 2006 Chicago
So C. Wing Chee grad student 2007 Chicago
Amy L Franklin grad student 1999-2007 Chicago (LinguisTree)
Elizabet U. Spaepen grad student 2008 Chicago (Neurotree)
Sarah B. Van Deusen Phillips grad student 2008 Chicago (Neurotree)
Raedy M. Ping grad student 2009 Chicago (Neurotree)
Eve A. LeBarton grad student 2010 Chicago
Laura A. Shneidman grad student 2010 Chicago (Neurotree)
James Goss grad student 2011 Chicago (Neurotree)
Leanne Beaudoin-Ryan grad student 2012 Chicago (Neurotree)
Margaret D. Hunsicker grad student 2012 Chicago (Neurotree)
Neon B. Brooks grad student 2014 Chicago (Neurotree)
Molly E. Flaherty grad student 2014 Chicago (Neurotree)
Heather Harden Mangelsdorf grad student 2013-2018 University of Chicgo
Erica Cartmill post-doc (Evolution Tree)
Alyssa J. Kersey post-doc 2018- Chicago (Neurotree)
Seyda Ozcaliskan post-doc 2003-2008 Chicago (LinguisTree)
Margaret E. Echelbarger research scientist 2009-2010 Chicago (LinguisTree)

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Steven L. Small collaborator Chicago (Neurotree)
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Wakefield EM, Foley AE, Ping R, et al. (2019) Breaking down gesture and action in mental rotation: Understanding the components of movement that promote learning. Developmental Psychology
Gibson DJ, Gunderson EA, Spaepen E, et al. (2018) Number gestures predict learning of number words. Developmental Science. e12791
Demir-Lira ÖE, Applebaum LR, Goldin-Meadow S, et al. (2018) Parents' early book reading to children: Relation to children's later language and literacy outcomes controlling for other parent language input. Developmental Science. e12764
Novack MA, Filippi CA, Goldin-Meadow S, et al. (2018) Actions speak louder than gestures when you are 2 years old. Developmental Psychology. 54: 1809-1821
Spaepen E, Gunderson EA, Gibson D, et al. (2018) Meaning before order: Cardinal principle knowledge predicts improvement in understanding the successor principle and exact ordering. Cognition. 180: 59-81
Wakefield E, Novack MA, Congdon EL, et al. (2018) Gesture helps learners learn, but not merely by guiding their visual attention. Developmental Science. e12664
Wakefield EM, Hall C, James KH, et al. (2018) Gesture for generalization: gesture facilitates flexible learning of words for actions on objects. Developmental Science
Levine SC, Goldin-Meadow S, Carlson MT, et al. (2018) Mental Transformation Skill in Young Children: The Role of Concrete and Abstract Motor Training. Cognitive Science
Demir-Lira ÖE, Asaridou SS, Raja Beharelle A, et al. (2018) Functional neuroanatomy of gesture-speech integration in children varies with individual differences in gesture processing. Developmental Science
Uccelli P, Demir-Lira ÖE, Rowe ML, et al. (2018) Children's Early Decontextualized Talk Predicts Academic Language Proficiency in Midadolescence. Child Development
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