Maria Elena Barth

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
developmental psychology, cognitive neuroscience
"Maria Barth"


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Elizabeth S. Spelke research assistant 2003-2006 Department of Psychology - Harvard University
 (Undergrad research assistant)
Susan C. Johnson research assistant 2007-2008 Stanford (Neurotree)
 (Lab manager)
Vinod Menon research assistant 2008-2010 Stanford Medical School
 (Lab manager)
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Freeman JB, Ma Y, Barth M, et al. (2015) The neural basis of contextual influences on face categorization. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 25: 415-22
Barth ME. (2015) Financial Accounting Research, Practice, and Financial Accountability Abacus. 51: 499-510
Barth ME. (2015) Commentary on Prospects for Global Financial Reporting Accounting Perspectives. 14: 154-167
Masicampo EJ, Barth M, Ambady N. (2014) Group-based discrimination in judgments of moral purity-related behaviors: experimental and archival evidence. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 2135-52
Uddin LQ, Supekar K, Lynch CJ, et al. (2014) Brain State Differentiation and Behavioral Inflexibility in Autism† Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Barth ME. (2014) Measurement in financial reporting: The need for concepts Accounting Horizons. 28: 331-352
Barth ME, Landsman WR, Young D, et al. (2014) Relevance of differences between net income based on IFRS and domestic standards for european firms Journal of Business Finance and Accounting. 41: 297-327
Barth ME, Konchitchki Y, Landsman WR. (2013) Cost of capital and earnings transparency Journal of Accounting and Economics. 55: 206-224
Barth ME, Hodder LD, Stubben SR. (2013) Financial reporting for employee stock options: Liabilities or equity? Review of Accounting Studies. 18: 642-682
Wu SS, Barth M, Amin H, et al. (2012) Math anxiety in second and third graders and its relation to mathematics achievement. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 162
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