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Day 3 -- Saturday (March 13, 2010)

(3-001) Early Morning Session
Assessment of Bilingual Children's Language: Issues and Approaches

Key Ballroom Salon 2, Saturday 7:00am - 8:30am


Chair: Virginia C. Mueller Gathercole, Bangor University, Wales

  • Panelist 1: Lisa M. Bedore, University of Texas at Austin
  • Panelist 2: Jan de Jong, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Panelist 3: Virginia C. Mueller Gathercole, Bangor University, Wales
  • Panelist 4: Vera Gutierrez-Clellen, San Diego State University
  • Panelist 5: Carolyn Letts, Newcastle University, United Kingdom
  • Panelist 6: Elizabeth D. Peña, University of Texas at Austin
  • Panelist 7: Enlli M. Thomas, Bangor University, Wales
  • Panelist 8: Elin T. Thordardottir, McGill University


(3-002) Early Morning Session
Responding to Infants' Inconsolable Cries: Supporting Family Coping

Key Ballroom Salon 3, Saturday 7:00am - 8:30am


Chair: Beth S. Russell, Worcester State College

  • Panelist 1: Molly Fechter-Leggett, Justice Resource Institute


(3-003) Breakfast
Evaluating the Impact of Early Power Mobility on the Cognition, Perception and Socialization of Children With Special Needs

Calloway Rooms A-B, Saturday 7:00am - 8:30am


Chair: Amy Lynch, University of Delaware

  • Panelist 1: Joseph J. Campos, University of California, Berkeley
  • Panelist 2: Sunil Agrawal, University of Delaware
  • Panelist 3: David I. Anderson, University of Sydney, Australia
  • Panelist 4: James Cole Galloway, University of Delaware
  • Panelist 5: Ichiro Uchiyama, Doshisha University, Japan


(3-004) Poster Session
Poster Session 6

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Saturday 8:00am - 9:50am


Temperament:
1.   Subjectivity in Temperament Ratings: Infants Change, Mothers Stay the Course
John Worobey, Carolina Espinosa, Estrella Torres

Summary
2.   Temperament and Picky Eating
Sayre McAuliffe, Nadee Siriwardana, Samuel P. Putnam

Summary
3.   Infants' Coping Resources, Fearful Temperament, and Cortisol Reactivity: Investigation of Bidirectional Relations
Elizabeth J. Kiel, Kristin A. Buss

Summary

Shyness:
4.   Coy Smile of 4-Month-Old Infants With Familiar and Novel Persons in Front of a Mirror
Cristina Colonnesi, Susan M. Bögels

Summary

Categorization:
5.   Children's Ability to Use Part-Shapes and Part-Relations in Object Categorization
Elaine Augustine

Summary
6.   Do All Objects Go "Wee"? The Influence of Exemplar Differentiation on Inductive Generalization in 22- and 26-Month-Olds
Chris Lawson, David H. Rakison

Summary
7.   Category Learning via Gaze-Following in 7- to 12-Month-old Infants
Sabina M. Pauen, Behiye Sakalli, Ina Wegelin

Summary

Prematurity:
8.   Language Outcomes of Toddlers Born Very Preterm at 30 Months: Role of Medical Risk, SES, and Maternal Child-Directed Speech
Marjorie Beeghly, M Susan Delonis, Mona Poinsett, Ed Tronick, Tara Hixson, Tina Dykehouse, Amanda Zeidan, Franka Grimaj, Hasti Ashtiani

Summary
9.   Infant-Centered Quality of Care in NICUs and Depression of Mothers With High-Risk Health Infants Preterm
Rosario Montirosso, Renato Borgatti, Rinaldo Zanini, Ed Tronick

Summary
10.   Reliability of a New Parental Report Instrument for Identification of Cognitive Delay in At-Risk Infants
Shelley Bartlett, Graham Schafer

Summary

Perception-Action:
11.   Perceiving Affordances for Fitting Through Openings by Infants, Children, and Adults
Shaziela Ishak, Karen E. Adolph

Summary
12.   When Seeing Does Not Help: Preschoolers' Use of Tactile Information in a Tool-Use Task
Anna E. Goswick, Amy S. Joh, Saskia Anzola

Summary
13.   The Development of Preschoolers' Use of Tactile Information for Goal-Directed Actions
Amy S. Joh, Anna E. Goswick

Summary

Autism/autistic spectrum disorder/early diagnosis of autism:
14.   Early Joint Attention and Later Language in Young Children With Autism
Saime Tek, Sabrina Jara, Rose Jaffery, Deborah Fein, Letitia Naigles

Summary
15.   What Develops When? A Comparison of Skill Attainment and Autism Symptoms in Toddlers
Stacy Shumway, Lisa Joseph, Audrey Thurm

Summary
16.   Attention and Head Turn Rates During Contingency Learning and Gross Motor Performance of Young Infants at Risk for Autism
Anjana Narayan Bhat, Kerri Downing, James Cole Galloway, Rebecca J. Landa

Summary

Speech Perception:
17.   Individual Variation in Infant-Directed Speech (IDS): IDS = Happy, Not Hyper
Alejandrina Cristia

Summary
18.   Development of Lexical-Tone Perception in English- and Mandarin-Learning Infants
Feng-Ming Tsao, Huei-Mei Liu, Patricia Kuhl

Summary
19.   Speech Sound Discrimination Using Hybrid Visual Habituation With Multiple Speakers
Elise de Bree, Annemarie Kerkhoff, Maartje de Klerk, Ellen Gerrits, Frank Wijnen

Summary

Self regulation:
20.   Infants' Self-Regulating Abilities During Face-To-face Still-Face Interactions: Impact of Infant Birth Status and Maternal Risk
Amelie D.L. Jean, Tara Millman, Nadine Girouard, Dale M. Stack, Lisa A. Serbin, Alex E. Schwartzman

Summary

Search:
21.   Prefrontal Cortical Development and Manual Search in Two Tasks
Neil Berthier, Kelsea Boucher, Nina Weisner

Summary
22.   Where Objects are Hidden on the A-Not-B Task Makes a Difference: A Look at Hiding Side Preferences
Lisa-Marie Collimore, Mark A. Schmuckler

Summary

Triadic interaction:
23.   Infants' Triadic Interaction Observed in a Structured Paradigm: The Influence of Maternal Affect Attunement
Franziska Kopp, Cathleen Bache, Ulman Lindenberger

Summary

Language:
24.   "What" is in an Event? Discrimination of Inanimate Figures on Different Grounds in Dynamic Scenes
Stacey M. Austin, Tilbe Goksun, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff

Summary
25.   Toddlers Plugged Into Books: Reading Electronic Console Books in the Home Affects Traditional Story Comprehension
Julia Parish-Morris, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff

Summary
26.   Grammatical Properties of the Linguistic Input to Brazilian-Portuguese and English-Learning Children
Andre L. Souza, Catharine H. Echols, Claudia Cardoso-Martins, Virginia Nicolau Goncalves

Summary

Sleep:
27.   Does Infant Temperament Moderate the Link Between Parenting Practices and Infant Sleep Quality?
Gail E. Mayer, Douglas M. Teti, Molly Countermine

Summary
28.   A Longitudinal Study of Sleep in Infants With and Without Risk for Developmental Delays
Anat Scher, Virginia E. Hayes

Summary
29.   An Examination of Sleep and Internalizing Behavior Problems in Toddlers
Sunghye Cho, Kristin A. Buss

Summary

Action understanding:
30.   Alignment of Goals Is More Beneficial Than Alignment of Means in Means-End Training
Sarah Gerson, Amanda Woodward

Summary
31.   Is the Presence of a Choice Essential for Goal Attribution? Re-Examining the Woodward Paradigm
Szilvia Biro, Lot Coenen, Stephan Verschoor

Summary

Anxiety:
32.   Comparison of Methods to Identify Fearful Toddlers at Risk for Social Withdrawal in Kindergarten
Kristin A. Buss, Elizabeth L. Davis, Charles Beekman

Summary

Imitation:
33.   Watch and Learn: 18-Month-Olds Imitate a Model's Sorting Strategy
Lauren E. Tindall, Ashley M. Pinkham, Rebecca A. Williamson, Caitlin A. Cole, Vikram K. Jaswal, Andrew N. Meltzoff

Summary
34.   Infants Imitate Irrelevant Actions Regardless of Linguistic Group Presentation
Lauren Shuck, Annette M. E. Henderson, Amanda Woodward

Summary
35.   Matching Multisensory Information Facilitates Imitative Behavior in 6-Month-Old Infants
Jennifer Phoebe Walker, Kimberly Kraebel

Summary

Physical reasoning:
36.   Infants' Sensitivity to Possible Shape Changes: Individuation of Objects vs. Nonsolid Substances
Simone Schaub, Alexia Kupferschmid, Trix Cacchione, Evelyn Bertin

Summary
37.   Infants' Knowledge About Rigid and Compressible Objects in Containment Events: Evidence From an Action Task
Evelyn Bertin, Miriam Dittmar

Summary

Object perception:
38.   Mental Rotation in 9-Month-old Infants: The Role of Gender and Self-Induced Locomotion
Gudrun Schwarzer, Claudia Freitag, Rebecca Buckel

Summary

Cooperation:
39.   Responses to Advantageous and Disadvantageous Inequity by Capuchin Monkeys
Mark Sheskin, Laurie R. Santos, Kimberly Ashayeri

Summary
40.   It Takes Two: Cooperative Problem-Solving in Chimpanzees and 3- and 5-yr old Children
Grace E. Fletcher, Felix Warneken, Michael Tomasello

Summary
41.   Young Peers Share to Fulfill a Joint Goal
Katharina Hamann, Felix Warneken, Michael Tomasello

Summary

Motor Development:
42.   Functioning of the T-Reflex in Infants With Myelomeningocele: Responses in the Agonist-Antagonist Muscle Pairs
Annette L. Pantall, Caroline Teulier, Bernard Martin, Beverly D. Ulrich

Summary
43.   Power Mobility for a Very Young Infant With Spina Bifida
Amy Lynch, James Cole Galloway, Sunil Agrawal, Ji-Chul Ryu

Summary
44.   The Effect of Early Intensive Posture and Movement Experiences on Head Control, Prereaching Movements and Early Reaching Behaviors
Hui-Min Lee, James Cole Galloway

Summary

Learning:
45.   Live, From Toronto: A Developmental Study of 9- to 12-Month old Infants' Learning From Television
Danielle Labine, Jean-Paul Boudreau

Summary
46.   Operant Learning in 3-Month-olds: Advantages of a Video-Based Analysis of Kicking Behavior in a Computerized Mobile Task
Frauke Graf, Claudia Goertz, Thorsten Kolling, Monika Knopf

Summary

Brain development:
47.   Dissociating Neural Localization for Language and Music Processing in Preverbal Infants
Eswen E. Fava, Heather Bortfeld, David A. Boas

Summary
48.   A Model of Neurodevelopmental Risk and Protection
Rita H. Pickler, Jacqueline M. McGrath

Summary
49.   Infant Brain Maturation as a Function of Maternal Mood and Infant Feeding Method
Nancy Aaron Jones, Krystal D. Mize, Jillian Sader

Summary

Health:
50.   Can Fathers' Education Level Moderate Relations Between Low Birth Weight and Child Cognitive Development Outcomes?
Bharathi Jayanthi Zvara, Sarah J. Schoppe-Sullivan

Summary

Poverty:
51.   Poverty-Related Family Characteristics Predict Different Aspects of Parenting Stress Six Months After Delivery
Nina Burtchen, Alan Mendelsohn, Carolyn A. Brockmeyer, Benard P. Dreyer, John Lawrence Aber, Samantha Berkule-Silberman, Jenny A. Arevalo, Denise Serrato

Summary

Causal reasoning:
52.   Infant's Action Toward Televised Objects
Naoko Dan, Kazuo Hiraki

Summary
53.   Infants Represent Intentional Action as Causal Action: Evidence From Infants' Sensitivity to Temporal Order
Paul Muentener, Susan Carey

Summary
54.   Can an Animal Be Hollow? 7-Month-Olds' Expectations About the Insides of Animals
Di Wu, Renee Baillargeon, Rochel Gelman

Summary

Empathy:
55.   Infant Pupil Dilation in Response to Peers' Emotions - a Sign of Affect Sharing
Elena Geangu, Wolfram Florian Bentz, Petra Hauf

Summary
56.   12-Month Olds' Response to Distress is Related to the Acquisition of Language and Social Skills
Ted Hutman, Marian Sigman

Summary
57.   Early Maternal Mind-Mindedness Reflects Mothers´ Mindreading Abilities and Predicts Children´s Empathy in the Second Year of Life
Susanne Elisabeth Kristen, Maria Licata, Claudia Thoermer, Hannah Eisenbeis, Beate Sodian

Summary

Gaze-following/gaze understanding:
58.   The Effects of Affective Expression on Attention Orienting
Reiko Matsunaka, Kazuo Hiraki

Summary
59.   Gaze Following in Infancy: How 14-Month-old Infants Relate Persons and Objects
Markus Paulus, Sabine Hunnius, Harold Bekkering

Summary

Emotion understanding:
60.   The Effect of Emotional Context on Changes in Infants' Neural Response to Novel Objects
Jacqueline S. Leventon, Patricia J. Bauer

Summary
61.   Mother-Toddler Verbal Adjustment During Book Reading Predicts Children's Emotion Understanding at Age 4
Marina Klimenko, Hui-Chin Hsu

Summary
62.   Is it the Change in Features or the Emotional Expression? Exploring the Extent of Emotion Understanding in 6-Month-old Infants
Jennifer A. DiCorcia, Heather L. Urry

Summary

Theory of Mind:
63.   Infants' Understanding of the Relation Between Desires and Emotions
Diane Poulin-Dubois, Amanda M. Aldercotte

Summary
64.   Chimpanzees and Bonobos Infer the Rational Target of a Human's Visual Attention
Evan MacLean, Brian Hare

Summary
65.   Twelve-Month-Olds' Expectations About Adults' Responses to Distress
Jessica Houston, Renee Baillargeon, Glenn I. Roisman, Stephanie Sloane, Ashley M. Groh

Summary

Developmental psychopathology:
66.   The Trajectory of the ITSEA From 18 to 36 Months and its Association With Postnatal and Prenatal Risk Factors
Ashley Wazana, Tyler Meyer, Klaus Minde, Michael J. Meaney

Summary
67.   Attachment Disordered Behaviours in Portuguese Institutionally-Reared Infants
Isabel Soares, Joana Silva, Sofia Marques, Joana Baptista, Ana Raquel Mesquita, Pedro Dias, Margarida Rangel Henriques, Carla Martins, Elizabeth Carlson, Karlen Lyons-Ruth

Summary

Child care:
68.   Are Externalizing Behaviors at 24 Months Modulated by Daycare Attendance, Adaptative Behaviors and Socioeconomic Risks in Infancy?
Lise Lemay, Nathalie Bigras, Caroline Bouchard, Mélissa Tremblay

Summary
69.   Cognitive and Motor Development at 15, 18, 24 and 36 Months for Toddlers in Child Care Services Since Their First Year of Life
Nathalie Bigras, Liesette Brunson, Mélissa Tremblay, Lise Lemay

Summary
70.   Infant Cognitive Development at 18 Months for Children Attending Childcare Since Their First Year of Life: Predictive Factors
Nathalie Bigras, Liesette Brunson, Mélissa Tremblay, Lise Lemay

Summary

Gesture:
71.   Early Communicative Gesture Use as a Predictor of Executive Functioning
Laura J. Kuhn, Hanna C. Gustafsson, Lynne Vernon-Feagans

Summary
72.   From the Scientist and the Teacher: What Infants Tell us About Their own Development Through Their use of Symbolic Gestures
Claire Vallotton, Laura Nadeau

Summary


(3-005) Paper Symposium
Infant Antecedents of Childhood Obesity

Key Ballroom Salon 9, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chair: Cynthia A. Stifter
1.   Age of Achievement of Gross Motor Milestones in Early Infancy and Adiposity at age 3 Years
Sara Benjamin

Summary
2.   Infant Temperament, Feeding to Soothe and Weight Gain
Cynthia A. Stifter, Leann Birch, Jennifer S. Savage, Kristin M. Voegtline, Jessica M. Dollar, Stephanie L. Anzman

Summary
3.   Characterization and Correlates of Maternal Responsiveness to Infant Hunger and Satiety Cues: An Observational Study
Jennifer Fisher, Eric A. Hodges, Susan L. Johnson

Summary
4.   Preventing Obesity During Infancy
Ian Paul, Michele Marini, Jessica Beiler, Jennifer S. Savage, Jennifer Stokes, Stephanie L. Anzman, Leann Birch

Summary


(3-006) Paper Symposium
Learning in Naturalistic Environments

Key Ballroom Salon 10, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chairs: Chen Yu, Linda Smith
1.   Whirlwind of Words: How Different Streams of Talk in the Home Environment Promote Vocabulary Growth and Fluency in Understanding
Anne Fernald, Adriana Weisleder

Summary
2.   From Laboratory to Life: Bilingual Language Learning
Patricia Kuhl, Adrian Garcia-Sierra, Nairan Ramirez-Esparza

Summary
3.   Grounding Word Learning in Multimodal Real-Time Child-Parent Social Interaction
Chen Yu, Linda Smith, Alfredo F. Pereira, Hongwei Shen, Thomas G. Smith

Summary and Optional Graphics
4.   Connecting Prelinguistic Vocal Development to Word Learning via Structure in Social Interactions
Michael H. Goldstein, Jennifer A. Schwade, Supriya Syal

Summary and Optional Graphics


(3-007) Paper Symposium
Perceptions and Preferences Based on Race in Infancy

Key Ballroom Salon 11, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chairs: Katherine Kinzler, Kristin Shutts
Discussant: Susan Carey
1.   Race Based Visual Preferences in Infancy: Perceptual or Social?
Talee Ziv, Elizabeth Spelke

Summary
2.   How Adults and Infants use Face Shape and Color to Process Race
Benjamin Balas, Charles A. Nelson

Summary
3.   Do Infants Show Social Preferences for People Differing in Race?
Katherine Kinzler

Summary


(3-008) Paper Symposium
Infant Working Memory: Structure, Limits, and Development

Key Ballroom Salon 12, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chairs: Melissa M. Kibbe, Alan M. Leslie
1.   Development of Visual Short-Term Memory for Object Location and Identity
Karinna Hurley, Lisa M. Oakes

Summary
2.   Keeping Track of What Went Where: Development of Object Working Memory in Infants
Melissa M. Kibbe, Alan M. Leslie

Summary
3.   Core Knowledge Constraints on Infants' Working Memory for Objects
Erik Cheries

Summary
4.   Hierarchical Chunking and Object Acuity in Infants' Working Memory
Rebecca D. Rosenberg, Lisa Feigenson

Summary and Optional Graphics


(3-009) Invited Paper Symposium
The Impact of Self-Produced Action on Cognitive and Perceptual Development

Holiday Ballroom Salon 1, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chair: Jessica Sommerville
Discussant: Karen E. Adolph
1.   How Infants' Action Facilitates Learning About Animacy Cues
David H. Rakison

Abstract and Biography
2.   The Role of Motor Experience in Action Understanding: The Case of the Pincer Grasp
Jeff Loucks, Jessica Sommerville

Abstract and Biography
3.   The Role of Perceptual, Motor, and Reasoning Mechanisms in Understanding Others' Actions During Early Development
Harold Bekkering, Sabine Hunnius

Abstract and Biography
4.   Action Promotes Physical Reasoning: A Cross-Cultural Study
Su-hua Wang

Abstract and Biography


(3-010) Paper Symposium
Use of Pupil Dilation in Infant Social Cognition

Holiday Ballroom Salon 2, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chair: Sylvain Sirois
Discussant: Rick O. Gilmore
1.   Pupil Dilation as a Marker of Social Cognitive Processes in Young Infants
Gustaf Gredebäck

Summary
2.   Emotion Understanding in 10- and 14-Month-olds
Robert Hepach, Gert Westermann

Summary
3.   Pupil Dilation and Goal Attribution in 10-Month-olds
Iain R. Jackson, Sylvain Sirois

Summary


(3-011) Paper Symposium
Event Processing, Linguistic Cues and Verb Learning: How Children Use Cues From Adults to Interpret Events and Learn Verbs

Holiday Ballroom Salon 3, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chair: Jane B. Childers
1.   Thinking for Speaking vs. Thinking for Doing
Laura Wagner, Hartman Brawley

Summary
2.   Attention to Actions, Objects and People in Silence vs. Labeled Scenes for English- and Mandarin-Learning Infants
Twila Tardif, Jie Chen, Rachel Pulverman, Marianella Casasola

Summary
3.   Toddlers' Understanding of Word-Action-Object Relations: Influence of Vocabulary Size and Accompanying Language on Imitation
Rachel M. Schwartz, Douglas Behrend, Ashley Shea Ransom

Summary
4.   Children Use Contrast Information in Verb Learning
Jane B. Childers, Amy Hirshkowitz

Summary


(3-012) Invited Address
Social Science Rising: The New Impact of Evidence on Social Policy

Holiday Ballroom Salon 4, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chair: Amy Sussman
Speaker: Ron Haskins


(3-013) Poster Session
Poster Session 7

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Saturday 10:10am - 12:00pm


Temperament:
1.   Temperament and Behavior Problems in Toddlers Born Preterm in Comparison to Toddlers Born Without Medical Problems
Maria Beatriz Martins Linhares, Vivian Caroline Klein, Beatriz Oliveira Valeri, Luciana Cosentino Rocha, Francisco Eulógio Martinez

Summary
2.   Development and Assessment of Short and Very Short Forms of the Early Childhood Behavior Questionnaire
Samuel P. Putnam, Julia Jacobs, Maria A. Gartstein, Mary K. Rothbart

Summary
3.   The Relationship Between Temperament and Young Children's Deference to Information From Adults
Claire Cole, Vikram K. Jaswal, Koraly Perez-Edgar, S. Katherine Nelson, Johanna Kreafle

Summary

Categorization:
4.   Infant Temperament and Categorization Performance in an Object-Examination- Task
Anna Ropeter, Eva Vonderlin, Sabina M. Pauen

Summary
5.   Audio-Visual Categorization of Feature Correlations in Four-Month-Old Infants
Alison J. Greuel, Janet F. Werker

Summary

Prematurity:
6.   Interactional Synchrony in Mother-Infant Feeding Interaction at Term Age: Preterm and Full-Term Infants in Taiwan
Hui-Chin Hsu, Yen-Lin Lee, Suh-Fang Jeng

Summary
7.   Inter-Manual Transfer of Shapes in Preterm Human Infants From 33 to 34+6 Post-Conceptional Age
Fleur Lejeune, Frédérique Berne Audeoud, Leïla Marcus, Thierry Debillon, Edouard Gentaz

Summary
8.   Biobehavioral Regulation Process in Preterm Infant at Risk for Illness Severity
Beatriz Oliveira Valeri, Vivian Caroline Klein, Claudia Maria Gaspardo, Francisco Eulógio Martinez, Maria Beatriz Martins Linhares

Summary

Autism/autistic spectrum disorder/early diagnosis of autism:
9.   Postural Development in Infants With and Without Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorders
Lindsay R. Nickel, Alyssa R. Thatcher, Jana M. Iverson

Summary
10.   Repetitive and Stereotyped Behavior in Infants at High-Risk for Developing Autism
Jed T. Elison, J. Steven Reznick, Jennifer N. Gibson, Antoinette Sabatino, Maura G. Sabatos-DeVito, Joe Piven

Summary
11.   You Lead, I'll Follow: Parent-Child Interactions in Infants At-Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Amanda J. Smith, Amanda Mossman Steiner, Grace W. Gengoux, Katarzyna Chawarska

Summary

Speech Perception:
12.   Age-Related Changes in Preferences for Music and Speech
Marieve Corbeil, Sandra E. Trehub, Isabelle Peretz

Summary
13.   Lexical Tones in Speech Perception: Is Developmental Change in Tone Perception Language-Specific?
Moko K. H. Chen, Henny Yeung, Janet F. Werker

Summary
14.   Learning of Non-Adjacent Phonological Dependencies in the First Year of Life
Nayeli Gonzalez Gomez, Thierry Nazzi

Summary

Social cognition:
15.   Young Children Attribute Normativity to Novel Actions Without Pedagogy or Normative Language
Marco F. H. Schmidt, Hannes Rakoczy, Michael Tomasello

Summary
16.   The Role of Intentionality in Development of Understanding Picture as Representation of Reality
Katalin Egyed, Gerda Margit Szalai

Summary
17.   When You and I Talk About the Mind: Person Reference Predicts the Use of Mental State Language in 2-Year-Olds
Gabriela Markova, Filip Smolik

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Language:
18.   Second Language Learning in Infants
Marianella Casasola, Rosaura Figueroa, Laura Baldaji-Garcia, Tatiana Echeverry

Summary
19.   Arbitrary Symbol Learning at 26 Months
Brandi Kenner, Anna M. Heilbrun, Laura Namy

Summary
20.   Evaluating the Long-Term Predictive Validity of the Computerized Comprehension Task: Comprehension Does Predict Production
Margaret Friend, Adrianne Margot Simpson, Sara Schmitt

Summary

Imitation:
21.   Assessing the Role of Multisensory Redundancy on Imitative Behavior in 9-Month-Old Infants
Joanna K. Verdi, Kimberly Kraebel

Summary
22.   The Effects of Description and Depiction on Infants Imitation From Picture Books
Natalie Hiromi Brito, Gabrielle Simcock, Philippa Neary, Rachel Barr

Summary
23.   Imitation From a Picture Book by 12- and 15-Month-Old Infants
Michelle Heron, Gabrielle Simcock

Summary

Cooperation:
24.   The Development of Individual and Collaborative Problem-Solving Skills in Young Children
Jasmin Steinwender, Felix Warneken, Michael Tomasello

Summary

Motor Development:
25.   Mothers' Views of Developmental Transitions in Infancy
Lisa B. Hurwitz, Lana B. Karasik, Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, Karen E. Adolph

Summary
26.   Adaptations to Speed: Treadmill Stepping in Infants With Myelomeningocele, Without Training
Jennifer K. Sansom, Caroline Teulier, Beverly D. Ulrich

Summary
27.   Development of Sitting Postural Control: Relationships Between Coordination and Centre of Pressure Measures
Fabien Cignetti, Anastasia Kyvelidou, Regina Harbourne, Nicholas Stergiou

Summary

Learning:
28.   Baseline Response Level in Infant Contingency Learning is a Nuisance
Catherine Weir, Stuart Millar

Summary
29.   Three-Month-Old Infants Show Facilitated Learning in an Ambiguous Multisensory Context
Kimberly Kraebel

Summary
30.   Three-Year-olds' Evaluation and Use of Sources of Information on an Action-Based Task
Rebecca A. Williamson

Summary

Brain development:
31.   A Neurodevelopmental MRI Database for Infants
Carmen E. Sanchez, John E. Richards, Robert Almli

Summary
32.   Structural and Functional Development of Human Brain: Birth to Early School Ages
Robert Almli

Summary

Causal reasoning:
33.   Is There a Second Doll? 10-Month-Olds' Use of Variable Information to Individuate Human-Like Objects
Di Wu, Renee Baillargeon

Summary
34.   A new Angle on Infant Causality
Tilbe Goksun, Emily Tynan, Sarah Roseberry, Nathan R. George, Katrina Ferrara, Aimee Stahl, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff

Summary
35.   Forces and Motion: How Young Children Understand Causal Events
Tilbe Goksun, Katrina Ferrara, Carolyn Winslow, Nathan R. George, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff

Summary

Empathy:
36.   Toddlers' Processing of Other's Distress is Related to Mind Understanding
Sabrina S. Chiarella, Elena Geangu, Diane Poulin-Dubois, Paul D. Hastings, Petra Hauf, Aaron Johnson

Summary

Emotion understanding:
37.   Confidence Building In Infancy: An Analytical Study of Infant Emotional Behavior Patterns
Angela R. Fisher

Summary
38.   Infant Detection of Inauthentic Emotion: It's Funny When Mommy is Hurt
Eric A. Walle, Joseph J. Campos

Summary
39.   Infant Detection of Inauthentic Emotion: Spotting a Phony Bologna
Eric A. Walle, Joseph J. Campos

Summary

Theory of Mind:
40.   "They Thought the Bear was a Shark": Three-Year-Olds Talk About False Belief
Mikkel B. Hansen, Katrine Marie Fuglseth, Stine Moeller, Cecilie Hjøllund Gregersen, Laura Sparre, Rie von Wowern, Bjarke K. Roth, Mikkel B. Kristiansen, Anne Sofie Fedders

Summary
41.   18-Month-old Infants Warn Others in Anticipation of Negative Action Effects
Birgit Knudsen, Ulf Liszkowski

Summary

Child care:
42.   Process Quality in Center-Based and Family-Based Childcare Services in Quebec (Canada): A Longitudinal and Comparative Study
Nathalie Bigras, Caroline Bouchard, Gilles Cantin, Liesette Brunson, Lise Lemay, Sylvain Coutu, Annie Charron, Mélissa Tremblay

Summary
43.   Identifying Thresholds of Child Care Quality for Children's Early Outcomes
Henry Tran, Carol Andreassen, Kathleen Wallner-Allen, Andy Slaughter

Summary

Gesture:
45.   A Bridge to Somewhere: Symbolic Gestures as Concrete Representations That Build Towards Abstract Ones
Claire Vallotton, Kalli Decker, Maria Fusaro

Summary
46.   Helping Hands: Is Caregiver-Infant Interaction the Birthplace of Gesture
Patricia Zukow-Goldring

Summary

Language delay/language disorders/communication disorders:
47.   Language Profiles of Mandarin-Speaking Toddlers With Slow Expressive Language Development
Huei-Mei Liu, Yu-Sha Cho, Feng-Ming Tsao

Summary
48.   Word Learning and Phonetic Processing in Children With Williams Syndrome
Mélanie Havy, Sanaa Moukawane, Thierry Nazzi

Summary

Parent-child communication:
49.   The Effect of Reading Aloud on 10-Month-Old Infants' Attention to Picture Books
Takayuki Otobe, Akio Nakai, Keiko Takeuchi, Toshiyuki Mori, Chiyoko Tanide, Rieko Takaya

Summary
50.   African American Parenting Values Viewed Through the Cultural Practice of Saying "No" to Two-Year-Olds
Douglas E. Sperry, Linda L. Sperry, Melissa E. Hamil

Summary
51.   Maintaining Familial Relationships via Video-Chat Communication
Joanne Catherine Tarasuik, Jordy Kaufman, Roslyn Galligan

Summary

Measurement:
52.   The NIH Toolbox - Longitudinal Assessment of Neurological and Behavioral Function
Patricia J. Bauer, Molly V. Wagster, Nathan A. Fox, David Cella, Richard Havlik, Hugh Hendrie, Cindy J. Nowinski, Richard C. Gershon

Summary

Face processing:
53.   Are Faces Special to Young Infants? Configural and Upper-Region Processing Advantages for Houses in 3- to 4-Month-olds
Paul C. Quinn, James W. Tanaka, Kang Lee, Olivier Pascalis, Alan Slater

Summary
54.   Twelve-Month-Olds' Discrimination of Monkey Faces: Evidence for Perceptual Narrowing?
Ross Flom

Summary
55.   Gender is a Fundamental Characteristic of Faces That Engages Infants' Attention
Ramesh Bhatt, Angela Hayden, Ashley R. Kangas, Nicole Zieber, Jane Joseph

Summary

Inhibitory control:
56.   Individual Differences in Skepticism: Links to Inhibitory Control
Robyn Kondrad, Vikram K. Jaswal, Koraly Perez-Edgar, Carolyn M. Palmquist, Johanna Kreafle, S. Katherine Nelson, Claire Cole

Summary
57.   An Investigation of Inhibitory Control in Early Development
Amanda Joyce Watson, Katherine C. Morasch, Annie M. Cardell, Martha Ann Bell

Summary
58.   Representational Insight or Inhibitory Control: Influences on Children's Symbolic Comprehension
Gelareh Jowkar-Baniani, Mark A. Schmuckler

Summary

Qualitative methods:
59.   Exploring Vocal-Motor Synchrony Qualitatively: Maternal Intermodal Synchrony and Rhythm in Interactions With 3-4 Month Olds
Iris Nomikou, Katharina J. Rohlfing

Summary

Maternal sensitivity:
60.   Infant Temperament Moderates the Association Between Maternal Temperament and Caregiving Sensitivity
Alice Jaroszewicz, Kerry-Ann Grant

Summary
61.   Engaged Maternal Coping Style Moderates Association Between Toddlers' Temperament and Sensitivity to Distress and Non-Distress
Jessica A. Gudmundson, Esther M. Leerkes

Summary

Episodic memory:
62.   Changes in Context-Bound Memory May Provide the Foundations for Episodic Memory
Frances Balcomb, Nora Newcombe, Katrina Ferrara, Amanda Y. Funk

Summary
63.   Use of Gaze Anticipation as a Measure for Episodic Memory in Infants Aged 8-12 Months
Volker Ressel, Núria Sebastián-Gallés

Summary
64.   Episodic Memory in Early Childhood
Kana Imuta, Nicola Davis, Julien Gross, Harlene Hayne

Summary

Perceptual categories:
65.   Infants' Categorization of Visual Versus Linguistic Stimuli in an Anticipatory-Eye-Movement Paradigm
Paola Escudero, Scott P. Johnson, Dorothy J. Mandell, Maartje Raijmakers

Summary

Still-face:
66.   The Still-Face at 4 and 6 Months of age and Attachment-Relevant Dimensions: Developmental Changes and Individual Differences
Gabrielle Coppola, Tiziana Aureli, Annalisa Grazia, Silvia Ponzetti

Summary
67.   The Development of the Still Face Effect: Mothers Do Matter
Annika Melinder, Danielle Forbes, Linn T. Fikke, Ed Tronick, Gustaf Gredebäck

Summary

Smiling:
68.   Infant Clowns: Nonverbal Humor Perception and Creation in 3-6 Month Olds
Gina Mireault, Merlin Poutre, Allison Myrick, Brittany Perdue, Mallory Sargent-Hier

Summary

Action perception:
69.   Developmental Synchronization Between Action Anticipation and Own Motor Ability in Infancy
Yasuhiro Kanakogi, Shoji Itakura

Summary
70.   Material Composition of a Handle Affects Grasping Strategies
Qi Li, Sarah Ann Fontenelle, Jackleen E. Leed, Jeffrey J. Lockman

Summary
71.   Manner, Interrupted: Infants Detect Manner Changes in Occlusion Events
Aimee Stahl, Emily Tynan, Lulu Song, Wilkey Wong, Roberta Golinkoff, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek

Summary

Self perception:
72.   Self-Perception: Responses to Temporal and Spatial Manipulations in Displays of Self-Produced Movement at 5 Months
Peter J. Marshall, Seth M. McCann, Andrew N. Meltzoff

Summary


(3-014) Paper Symposium
Early Links Among Number, Plural, and Discrete Objects

Key Ballroom Salon 9, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chair: Lisa Cantrell
Discussant: Kelly Mix
1.   One Tiso is a Shape, Two is a Material: Set Size, Counting, and Object-Substance Contruals in 18-Month to 24-Month-Olds
Lisa Cantrell, Linda Smith

Summary
2.   Do Number Words Mark Plurality in Early Acquisition?
David Barner, Toni Bianca Lui, Jennifer Zapf

Summary
3.   Children's Use of Morpho-Syntactic Information to Connect Number Words to Discrete Quantification
Emily B. Slusser, Barbara W. Sarnecka

Summary


(3-015) Paper Symposium
Preterm Processes and Visuo-Spatial Outcome: Neuro-Behavioral Evidence From 3 Long-Term Follow-up Studies

Key Ballroom Salon 10, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chair: Ronny Geva
1.   Visuo-Spatial Memory at School Age Following Prenatal Maternal Hypertension and Intra-Uterine Growth Restriction (IUGR)
Ronny Geva, Rina Eshel, Maya Varon, Yael Leitner, Harel Shaul

Summary
2.   Visuomotor Outcome at School Age Following Preterm Birth With Periventricular Hemorrhagic Infarction
Elise Roze, Koenraad N. J. A. Van Braeckel, Christa N. van der Veere, Carel G.B Maathuis, Arend F. Bos

Summary
3.   The Neural Substrates of Visuo-Perceptual Learning in Early Adulthood Following Very Preterm Birth
Chiara Nosarti, Angela Seaman, Anastasia Kalpakidou, Muriel Walshe, Larry Rifkin, Robin Murray, Matthew Allin

Summary


(3-016) Paper Symposium
Let's Do it Together! The Development of Joint Action Understanding

Key Ballroom Salon 11, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chairs: Christine Fawcett, Maria Gräfenhain
1.   Infants' Understanding of Joint Social Interaction
Christine Fawcett, Ulf Liszkowski

Summary
2.   The Development of Temporal Coordination in Joint and Individual Actions
Marlene Meyer, Sabine Hunnius, Markus Paulus, Harold Bekkering

Summary
3.   Children's Development of Understanding and Pursuing Joint Goals
Katharina Hamann, Jasmin Steinwender, Felix Warneken, Michael Tomasello

Summary
4.   Young Children's Understanding of Joint Commitments
Maria Gräfenhain, Malinda Carpenter, Michael Tomasello

Summary


(3-017) Paper Symposium
Emergent Complexity: A Cross-Domain Approach to Infant Learning

Key Ballroom Salon 12, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chairs: Dima Amso, Natasha Z. Kirkham
Discussant: Dima Amso
1.   Learning What to Learn: How Different Attentional Cues Mediate What and how Babies Learn
Natasha Z. Kirkham, Rachel Wu

Summary
2.   Simulating the Early Development of Visual Selective Attention
Matthew Schlesinger

Summary
3.   Infants' Understanding of Goal-Directed Action: Evidence for the Contribution of Multiple Developmental Mechanisms
Jessica Sommerville

Summary


(3-018) Invited Address
Development, Seriously

Holiday Ballroom Salon 1, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chair: Amy Needham
Speaker: Karen E. Adolph


(3-019) Paper Symposium
Unlocking the Novelty/Familiarity Puzzle

Holiday Ballroom Salon 2, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chairs: Colin Reimer Dawson, Celeste Kidd
Discussant: Richard N. Aslin
1.   When Diversity of Preferences Reflects Diversity of Learners
Colin Reimer Dawson, LouAnn Gerken

Summary
2.   Infants' Looking Behavior Demonstrates use of Rational Statistical Inference
Celeste Kidd, Steve Piantadosi, Richard N. Aslin

Summary
3.   Neural Mechanisms Underlying Novelty and Familiarity Preferences in Young Infants
Kelly Snyder, Liza Zolot

Summary


(3-020) Paper Symposium
Experiential Effects on Early Word Learning

Holiday Ballroom Salon 3, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chair: Jessica Hay
Discussant: Sandra R. Waxman
1.   Learning Labels for Objects: What Counts as an Acceptable Form?
Susan A. Graham, Suzanne Curtin, Heather Mackenzie

Summary
2.   Mapping Meaning to Words: The Role of Transitional Probability
Jessica Hay, Bruna Pelucchi, Katharine Graf Estes, Jenny Saffran

Summary
3.   How Bilingual Experience Shapes Early Word Learning
Krista Byers-Heinlein, Janet F. Werker

Summary


(3-021) Invited Paper Symposium
Psychobiological Models of Early Regulatory Development

Holiday Ballroom Salon 4, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chair: Susan D. Calkins
Discussant: Susan D. Calkins
1.   The Development of Regulatory Functions Across the First Years of Life
Ruth Feldman

Abstract and Biography
2.   Regulation as Integrated Cognition in Development
John Colombo

Abstract and Biography
3.   Cognition-Emotion Integration and Self Regulation
Martha Ann Bell

Abstract and Biography


(3-022) Lunch
Undergraduate Lunch With the Leaders

Key Ballroom Salon 3, Saturday 12:00pm - 1:30pm

  • Leader 1: Laura Bosch, University of Barcelona
  • Leader 2: Gavin Bremner, Lancaster University
  • Leader 3: Nathan A. Fox, University of Maryland
  • Leader 4: David J. Lewkowicz, Florida Atlantic University
  • Leader 5: Amanda Woodward, University of Maryland
  • Organizer: Wallace E. Dixon, East Tennessee State University


(3-023) Gov't Agency Roundtable Discussion Symposium
What's New From the Funders

Calloway Rooms A-B, Saturday 12:00pm - 1:30pm


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Chair: Lisa Freund, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

  • Panelist 1: Lisa Freund, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
  • Panelist 2: Amy Sussman, Development and Learning Sciences, National Science Foundation
  • Panelist 3: Anita Miller Sostek, Autism Speaks


(3-024) Poster Session
Poster Session 8

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Saturday 1:00pm - 2:50pm


Temperament:
1.   Maternal Scaffolding as a Vehicle for Temperament-Language Relationships
W. Charlena Lau, Wallace E. Dixon, Rebecca M. Burton

Summary

Prematurity:
2.   Early Biobehavioral Distress Reactivity as Predictors of Temperament in Preschool Children Born Preterm
Vivian Caroline Klein, Beatriz Oliveira Valeri, Claudia Maria Gaspardo, Francisco Eulógio Martinez, Maria Beatriz Martins Linhares

Summary
3.   Experimenter Assessment of Preterm Infants' Temperament: A Cross-Cultural Comparison
Alice Winstanley, Marc H. Bornstein, Charlene Hendricks

Summary

Autism/autistic spectrum disorder/early diagnosis of autism:
4.   Parenting Stress in Parents of Infants at Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Grace W. Gengoux, Amanda Mossman Steiner, Katarzyna Chawarska

Summary
5.   Social Smiling Differentiates Toddlers At-Risk for ASD From Controls and Relates to Later Autism Symptom Severity
Caitlin McMahon, Wendy L. Stone

Summary
6.   Early Temperament Differences in High-Risk Younger Siblings of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Christine Reiner Hess, Rebecca J. Landa

Summary

Speech Perception:
7.   Reference and Phonetic Learning: What Kinds of Cues Affect Learning of Native and Non-Native Speech in Infancy?
Henny Yeung, Lawrence M. Chen, Janet F. Werker

Summary
8.   Infants Track Non-Adjacent Dependencies Across Phonological Phrase Boundaries
Marieke van Heugten, Rushen Shi

Summary
9.   Audio-Visual Integration of Speech Information in 6-8 Month Old Infants: An Eye-Tracking Study
Przemyslaw Tomalski, Helena Ribeiro, Mark H. Johnson, Derek G. Moore, Elena V. Kushnerenko

Summary

Social cognition:
10.   Social Cognition in Infants' and Toddlers' Everyday Learning
Joan Test

Summary
11.   Music Modulates Social Preferences at 10 Months of age
Gaye Soley, Elizabeth Spelke

Summary
12.   The Evolution of Social Evaluations: Rhesus Macaques Distinguish Prosocial From Antisocial Others
J. Kiley Hamlin, James Cersonksy, Laurie R. Santos

Summary

Language:
13.   Stability of Child Language Competence From Infancy to Preschool: A Multi-Method Study
Diane L. Putnick, Marc H. Bornstein

Summary
14.   Children's Language Development at the End of the Second Year: Links to Earlier Maternal Mind-Mindedness
Jessica Laranjo, Annie Bernier

Summary
15.   Oral and Gestural Motor Abilities and Early Language - Talking With the Mouth
Katie Alcock, Kirsty Krawczyk, Simon Connor

Summary

Imitation:
16.   Are two Heads Better Than One? The Impact of Demonstrators on Early Imitation
Sabine Seehagen, Jane S. Herbert

Summary
17.   Learning From Others' Mistakes: How Children Learn From Others' Errors in a Cognitive Imitation Task
Francys Subiaul, Jennifer Vonk

Summary
18.   18-Month-Olds Privilege Experience Over Pedagogy During Imitative Learning
Ashley M. Pinkham, Vikram K. Jaswal

Summary

Motor Development:
19.   Breaking Symmetry: Spontaneous Movements of Hands and Legs During Unimanual Object Exploration in Infants
Kasey C. Soska, Margaret A. Galeon, Karen E. Adolph

Summary
20.   Hand Preference and the Emergence of Supported Standing: A Micro Developmental Case Study
Osnat Atun-Einy, Anat Scher

Summary
21.   Enhancing Motor Output via Enhanced Sensory Input: Treadmill Stepping and Infants' Intrinsic Constraints
Beverly D. Ulrich, Beth A. Smith, Caroline Teulier

Summary

Causal reasoning:
22.   Did You Mean to Show me That? Intentional Demonstration and Children's Causal Exploration
Lucas P. Butler, Ellen M. Markman

Summary

Emotion understanding:
23.   The Relations of Toddlers' Regulation and Maternal Responses to Negative Emotions to Their Emotion Understanding
Kassondra M. Silva, Tracy L. Spinrad, Nancy Eisenberg

Summary

Child care:
24.   Non-Parental Childcare and Infant Health: Do Number of Hours and Number of Arrangements Matter?
Roseriet Beijers, Jarno Jansen, Marianne Riksen-Walraven, Carolina de Weerth

Summary
25.   Mothers' Focuses in Responding Infants: Differences Between Infants of Three and Nine Months Old
Natsumi Ueshima, Tomoko Obara, Kunie Kobayashi, Yoshihiro Shima

Summary
26.   Prosocial Behaviour and Emotional Problems in Infants and Toddlers: When Kindness Hurts
Anne I.H. Borge, Ragnhild Tysnes Vaagen

Summary

Gesture:
27.   Mothers' Labels Differ by Gesture Type and Context
Janet Olson, Elise Frank Masur

Summary
28.   What's Your Point? Young Children's Loss of Trust in Communicative Gestures
Carolyn M. Palmquist, Vikram K. Jaswal

Summary

Face processing:
29.   Newborns Can Perceive the Pairing of the Mother's Voice With Her Face When Presented in Full and at 22 Degrees Orientation
Fatma Zohra Sai

Summary
30.   The Effects of Experience With 'Faces' on Newborns' Mother Face Recognition Abilities
Fatma Zohra Sai

Summary

Inhibitory control:
32.   Correlates of Two Different Stroop-Like Inhibitory Control Tasks for 24-Month-olds
Martha Ann Bell, Morgan Hubble, Katherine C. Morasch

Summary

Action perception:
33.   Infants Prefer Point Light Displays of Familiar Motor Postures
Veronica C. Ramenzoni, Vanessa LoBue, Judy S. DeLoache, Rachel Keen

Summary
34.   Infants' Goal Directed Gaze Shifts for Human Actions and Self-Propelled Objects
Dorota Stasiewicz, Olga Kochukhova, Kerstin Rosander

Summary
35.   An EEG-Study on Infants' Perception of Functional Object Use
Janny Christina Stapel, Harold Bekkering, Sabine Hunnius, Michiel van Elk

Summary

Auditory perception:
36.   Fetal Auditory Processing of the Mother's Versus Father's Voice
Grace Y. Lee, Barbara S. Kisilevsky

Summary
37.   Hearing Two Objects at Once: Segregation of Simultaneous Auditory Objects by Harmonic Mistuning in Infants
Nicole A. Folland, Nicholas A. Smith, Laurel Trainor

Summary
38.   Associating Voices, Faces, and Melodies: A Switch Study With 11-Month old Infants
Eugenia Costa-Giomi

Summary

Distractibility:
39.   The Effects of Distractor Familiarity on Infants' Free Play Attention
Kathleen N. Kannass, Nancy M. Wyss

Summary

Sociometric:
40.   Individual and Contextual Predictors of Peer Acceptance in Three-Year-Olds
Carla Martins, Susana Teixeira, Ana Osorio

Summary

Parent-child relationships:
41.   Maternal Emotional Availability in Relation to Internalizing Behavior at 18 Months in Children Born Preterm
Jillian Vinall, Ruth Eckstein Grunau, Julianne Petrie Thomas

Summary
42.   Your Baby Isn't Really a Baby. It Might Even be a Dog
Jordy Kaufman, Judy Russell, Joanne Catherine Tarasuik

Summary
43.   Attitudes Toward the Parental Role and Observed Parenting Behavior: Implications for Infant-Mother and Infant-Father Attachment
Geoffrey L. Brown, Martha J. Cox

Summary

Social development:
44.   Relationships Between Affective Engagement and Interpersonal Co-Regulation in Early Infant-Caregiver Interactions
Tiziana Aureli, Gabrielle Coppola, Vittoria Calardo, Maria Concetta Garito, Annalisa Grazia

Summary
45.   Discrimination of Self- and Other-Generated Contingencies in 12-Month-olds
Ernö Téglás, György Gergely

Summary
46.   Children's Understanding and Evaluation of Ownership Transfers
Belonia Gabalda, Emmanuel Dupoux, Pierre Jacob

Summary

Prematurity:
47.   Assessing Focused Attention in Very Preterm Infants: Behavioural and Temperamental Aspects
Andrea Wittke, Gitta Reuner, Joachim Pietz, Sabina M. Pauen

Summary
48.   A Parental Report Instrument for Identification of Cognitive Delay in At-Risk Infants Between 10 Months and 2 Years
Graham Schafer

Summary
49.   Comparing Cognitive Performance Between Very Preterm and Fullterm Infants in a Visual Catgorization Task
Andrea Wittke, Gitta Reuner, Joachim Pietz, Sabina M. Pauen

Summary

Social interaction:
50.   Coordination of Infants' Facial and Vocal Behaviors During Emotional Expressions in Dyadic and Solitary Play
Pamela G. Whitney, James A. Green

Summary
51.   Facial Expression: A Potential Organizer of Infant Expressive Behaviors?
Hung-Chu Lin, James A. Green

Summary
52.   Caretaker-Infant Social Interaction and Gestures Across Cultures
Dorothé Salomo, Ulf Liszkowski

Summary

Habituation:
53.   Dynamics of Infant Habituation: Infants' Discrimination of Musical Excerpts
Ross Flom, Anne D. Pick

Summary
54.   A Model of the Familiarity to Novelty Shift in Infant Habituation
Quan Wang, Jochen Triesch

Summary
55.   Infant and Maternal Contribution to Subject Loss in a Multi-Modal Visual Habituation Procedure
Eszter Turi, Krisztina Lakatos, Gabor Stefanics, Ildiko Toth, Borbala Kollod

Summary

Moral development:
57.   Three-Year-Olds Protest Against Moral Transgressions
Amrisha Vaish, Manuela Missana, Michael Tomasello

Summary

Intersubjectivity:
58.   A Relationship Between Mother-Infant Intersubjectivity in Infancy and Their Collaborative Interaction at Age Three
Shigeru Nakano

Summary

Attention:
59.   Inhibition but no Facilitation in a Bilateral Spatial Cueing Procedure at 4 Months of age
Melània Figueras, Laura Bosch

Summary
60.   The Dynamic Allocation of Spatial Attention During Visual Foraging
Steven Robertson

Summary

Animacy:
62.   Dead or Alive? Processing of Animate Motion Cues in the First Year of Life
Birgit Elsner, Katrin Gerber

Summary

Reaching:
63.   Does the Onset of Walking Predict an Increase of Bimanual Reaching?
Iryna Babik, George F. Michel

Summary
64.   Recovery of Biceps Function and Reach to Grasp Control After Perinatal Brachial Plexus Injury
Susan V. Duff, Michael DeLiso, Marcus Besser, Osarumen Igbinosun, Derek Freshman, Richard S. Finkel

Summary
65.   Reaching for Objects in Light and Dark
Yu-ping Chen, Rachel Keen

Summary

Temperament:
66.   Maternal Temperament Reports and Infant Emotional Responses to Goal Blockage
Margaret Wolan Sullivan, Michael Lewis

Summary
67.   Links Between Spontaneous Eye Blinking and Indices of Temperament
Leigh F. Bacher, Michelle C. Carr, Kelly LaBarge

Summary
68.   Temperament Correlations With Abstract and Motivationally Significant Executive Functions From Infancy Through Early Childhood
Jess Versele, Annie M. Cardell, Katherine C. Morasch, Martha Ann Bell

Summary

Autonomy:
69.   The Development of Autonomy: Examining Early Temperament and Attachment Security With Mothers and Fathers as Predictors
Diane M. Lickenbrock, Toko Oshio, Elizabeth M. Planalp, Julia M. Braungart-Rieker

Summary

Self concept/self awareness:
70.   The Development of Mirror Self-Recognition in Different Sociocultural Environments
Joscha Kärtner, Heidi Keller, Nandita Chaudhary, Relindis Yovsi

Summary

Stereotypes:
71.   Adults' Perceptions of Infants Depicted Through Names and Photographs
Darcey N. Powell, Katherine Karraker, Marion E. Young, Jessica Stoltzfus

Summary

Attention regulation:
72.   Individual Differences in Fear Influence Attention-Based Performance
Rebecca J. Brooker, Kristin A. Buss, Cynthia A. Stifter, Alysia Y. Blandon

Summary


(3-025) Paper Symposium
Mother-Child Interactions Among At-Risk Dyads

Key Ballroom Salon 9, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:20pm


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Chairs: Dieter Wolke, Julia Jaekel
1.   Reactivity to Infant Crying and Troublesome Toddlers: Parents' Genetic Vulnerability to Environmental Stress
Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. van Ijzendoorn, Dorothée Out, Suzanne Pieper

Summary
2.   Infant Characteristics Outweigh Maternal Characteristics in Predicting Very Preterm Infants' Attachment Status at 18 Months of Age
Dieter Wolke, Sabrina Golonka, Tina Gutbrod

Summary
3.   Changes in Mother-Child Interactions in Very Preterm and Fullterm Dyads From Preschool to Middle Childhood
Julia Jaekel, Dieter Wolke

Summary
4.   Infant At-Risk Status, Infant Development, and Infant-Mother Interaction: Comparisons Across Dyads at Differential Risk
Marc H. Bornstein

Summary


(3-026) Paper Symposium
Site and Sample Differences: Important Implications for Scientists and Policy Makers

Key Ballroom Salon 10, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:20pm


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Chair: Ruth Perou
Discussant: Brenda Jones Harden
1.   Clinical Trials: What Can They Tell Us About Meaningful Site and Sample Differences?
Keith Scott, Angelika Hartl Claussen, Ruth Perou, Susanna Visser, Melissa Danielson

Summary
2.   Site and Sample Differences: Important Implications for Scientists and Policy Makers
Lara R. Robinson, Ruth Perou, Susanna Visser, Melissa Danielson, Angelika Hartl Claussen, Camille Smith, Rebecca H. Bitsko

Summary
3.   Impacts of Early Head Start: Overall and by Program Approach to Service Delivery
Rachel Chazan-Cohen, Helen Raikes, John M. Love, Cheri Vogel, Ellen Eliason Kisker

Summary


(3-027) Paper Symposium
Infants' and Toddlers' Expectations About Social Groups

Key Ballroom Salon 11, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:20pm


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Chair: Renee Baillargeon
1.   Are Native and Foreign Speakers Seen as Ingroup and Outgroup Agents?
Katherine Kinzler

Summary
2.   Developmental Origins of Ingroup Bias: Early Attitudes Towards Similar and Dissimilar Others
Neha Mahajan, Karen Wynn

Summary
3.   Expectations About Co-Reciprocity in 13-Month-olds
Zijing He, Renee Baillargeon, David Premack

Summary
4.   Expectations of Fairness Modified by Group Membership in 18-Month-old Infants
Stephanie Sloane, Renee Baillargeon

Summary


(3-028) Paper Symposium
Comparison and Learning in Infancy: New Insights Into Alignment as a Domain-General Mechanism in the First Years of Life

Key Ballroom Salon 12, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:20pm


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Chairs: Sarah Gerson, Dedre Gentner
1.   The Sky Is the Limit? Learning a False Rule by Infants
Su-hua Wang

Summary
2.   Infants' Learning of a Novel Semantic Spatial Category
Marianella Casasola, Christen Kisch

Summary
3.   A Claw Is Like My Hand: Infants' Use of Alignment to Interpret Novel Actions
Sarah Gerson, Amanda Woodward

Summary
4.   The Alignability of Events Influences Early Verb Learning
Jane B. Childers, Jae H. Paik, Laure Saint Georges, Madison Lee

Summary


(3-029) Invited Paper Symposium
Beyond Magnitudes: Approximate Number Representations as Input to Other Cognitive Domains

Holiday Ballroom Salon 1, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:20pm


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Chair: Lisa Feigenson
Discussant: Elizabeth Spelke
1.   Number Systems and Probabilistic Reasoning in Infants
Stephanie Denison, Fei Xu

Abstract and Biography
2.   The Approximate Number System as Input to Symbolic Math Ability
Lisa Feigenson

Abstract and Biography
3.   The Development of Proportional Reasoning in the Social Domain
Koleen McCrink

Abstract and Biography
4.   The Approximate Number System Supports the Learning and Use of Quantifier Terms in Children and Adults
Justin Halberda

Abstract and Biography


(3-030) Paper Symposium
Using Anticipatory Eye Movements to Investigate Infant Perception and Cognition

Holiday Ballroom Salon 2, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:20pm


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Chair: Alexa R. Romberg
Discussant: Richard N. Aslin
1.   Acquisition of Phonetic Categories in Bilingual Infants: New Insights From the Anticipatory Eye Movements Procedure
Barbara Albareda-Castellot, Ferran Pons, Núria Sebastián-Gallés

Summary
2.   Exploring Infants' Natural Categorization Biases With a Fully Automated Eye-Tracking Methodology
Mohinish Shukla, Katherine S. White, Richard N. Aslin

Summary
3.   Infants' Representation of Rules: An Investigation Using Anticipatory Eye Movements
Alexa R. Romberg, Jenny Saffran

Summary


(3-031) Paper Symposium
Modeling Statistical Word Learning

Holiday Ballroom Salon 3, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:20pm


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Chairs: Chen Yu, Daniel Yurovsky
1.   Using Eye Movements to Study Infant Cross-Situational Word Learning
Chen Yu, Daniel Yurovsky, Linda Smith

Summary and Optional Graphics
2.   Something old and Something New: Word Learning as the Interaction of Statistical Association and Dynamic Competition
Bob McMurray, Keith S. Apfelbaum, Joseph Toscano, Larissa K. Samuelson

Summary
3.   Constraining Cross-Situational Learning Using Social and Discourse Information
Michael Frank, Noah Goodman, Joshua B. Tenenbaum

Summary
4.   Dynamic Self-Organization in Vocabulary Acquisition: Insights From Connectionist Modeling
Ping Li

Summary


(3-032) Invited Address
What's Inside a Baby's Head? Structural and Functional Brain Development in Young Infants

Holiday Ballroom Salon 4, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:20pm


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Chair: Scott P. Johnson
Speaker: John E. Richards


(3-033) Poster Session
Poster Session 9

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Saturday 3:10pm - 5:00pm


Speech Perception:
1.   When Mommy Comes to the Rescue of Statistics
Karima Mersad, Thierry Nazzi

Summary
2.   Japanese Infants Utilize Grammatical Particles as Cues to Categorize a Novel Word Into a Noun Class
Etsuko Haryu, Sachiyo Kajikawa

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3.   Sentence Context Enhances Infants' Cross-Gender Word Recognition
Marieke van Heugten, Elizabeth K. Johnson

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Social cognition:
4.   Exploring the Origins of Implicit Attitudes: A Non-Verbal IAT Task for Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus Apella)
Webb Phillips, Laurie R. Santos

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5.   Absent Referents and Absent Owners: Learning Who Owns What via Testimony
Peter R. Blake, Patricia Ganea, Paul L. Harris

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Biological motion:
6.   Inversion Effect in Newborns' Sensitivity to Biological Motion
Lara Bardi, Lucia Regolin, Francesca Simion

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Language:
7.   Japanese Toddlers Live in Rich Sound-Symbolic Worlds: A Picture Book Reading Study
Michiko Miyazaki, Hiroyuki Okada, Etsuko Haryu, Mutsumi Imai

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9.   Language Discrimination by Infants: Discriminating Within the Native Language Rhythm Class
Chad Vicenik, Megha Sundara

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Imitation:
10.   Preschoolers' Imitation of Goal-Directed Motion Events in Different Context Conditions
Caroline Pfeifer, Birgit Elsner

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Observational methodology:
11.   Non-Expert Ratings of Maternal Sensitivity Toward Toddlers
Jason K. Baker, Ryan Brewster, Daniel Messinger

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Motor Development:
12.   Fovea to Periphery: The Developmental Progression of Visual Guidance During Obstacle Navigation
Larissa Gabelman, John M. Franchak, Karen E. Adolph

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13.   Surprisingly Poor Motor Skills in the "Unaffected" Upper-Extremity of Infants With a Unilateral Peripheral Injury
Rosanne Kermoian, Hitomi Hayashi, Tomomi Hayashi, Huey-ru Tsai

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14.   A Look Into the Hand-Use Preferences of 8- and 16-Month Olds
Lisa-Marie Collimore, Mark A. Schmuckler

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Face processing:
15.   ERP Responses to Faces in 6-Month-old Infants Differ by ASD Risk Status
Sara Jane Webb, Emily J.H. Jones, Praneeta Bremjit, Ashley Allison Danies

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16.   The Role of Facial Emotional Expression in 3-Month-old Recognition of an Individual Face
Viola Brenna, Veronica Ferrara, Chiara Turati, Rosario Montirosso, Renato Borgatti

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17.   Hearing Faces and Seeing Voices: Infants' Eye Tracking Patterns During AV Integration
Brenda J. Salley, Sabrina Hu, Brian Lutgens, Robin Panneton

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Action perception:
18.   The Development and Neural Basis of Pointing Comprehension
Gustaf Gredebäck, Annika Melinder, Moritz M. Daum

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19.   How Infants With DIfferent Motor Experience Perceive Point-Light-Crawlers
Petra Hauf, Elena Geangu

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20.   Motor Strategies Used While Planning and Orienting Objects
Sara J. Redahan, Björn Alexander Kahrs, Jeffrey J. Lockman

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Auditory perception:
21.   Development of Species-Specific Voice Discrimination: Perceptual Narrowing Through Experience in Infancy
Rayna H. Friendly, Drew Rendall, Laurel Trainor

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22.   Discrimination of Voicing (aba vs. Apa) on the Basis of Temporal Speech Cues in 6-Month-old Infants
Josiane Bertoncini, Laurianne Cabrera, Xiaoshuang LI, Christian Lorenzi, Thierry Nazzi

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Parent-child relationships:
23.   Maternal Self-Efficacy During the Early Postpartum Period: Relationship to Early Maternal Perceptions of the Infant
Janet Fulton Keyzer

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24.   The Continuity of Attachment Development From Infancy to Toddlerhood: The Role of Maternal Sensitivity
Ya Xue, Greg Moran, David R. Pederson, Sandi Bento

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25.   The Emergence of Secure Attachment and Indiscriminate Friendliness in Post-Institutionalized Adopted Children
Camelia Elena Hostinar, Shanna B. Mliner, Megan R. Gunnar

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Social development:
26.   Maternal Secure Base Script, Children's Attachment and Temperament: Associations With Children's Social Competence
Maria S. Wong, Kelly K. Bost

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27.   Would You Like Them in a House, Would You Like Them With a Mouse: Limitations of 8-Month-Olds' Ability to Generalize Preferences
Emily Blumenthal, Jung-eun Yun, Jessica Sommerville

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Habituation:
28.   Relation Between Dishabituation and Temperament in 3- and 6-Month-old Infants
Sibylle M. Spangler, Claudia Freitag, Gudrun Schwarzer

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Attention:
29.   Intersensory Redundancy and Infant Event-Related Potentials
Greg D. Reynolds, Lorraine E. Bahrick, Robert Lickliter, Maggie W. Riggs

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30.   The Stability of Individual Differences in Visual Orienting Behavior
Shannon Ross-Sheehy, John Spencer

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31.   Stability of Spatial Selective Attention Among 7-Month-old Infants
Julie C. Markant, Amanda S. Hodel, Sara E. Van Den Heuvel, Kathleen M. Thomas

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EEG/ERP:
33.   EEG Asymmetry in Infants of Depressed Mothers Across Age and Context
Cara M. Lusby, Sherryl H. Goodman, Martha Ann Bell

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34.   5-Month-Old Infants' Electrophysiological Response to Face-Voice Synchrony
Blake L. Jones, Daniel C. Hyde, Chris L. Porter, Ross Flom

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35.   EEG Desynchronization During Action Observation and Action Execution at 14 Months of Age
Peter J. Marshall, Andrew N. Meltzoff, Christina E. Sartor, Thomas Young

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Attention regulation:
36.   Predicting Preschool Adaptability and Task Engagement From Infant Processing Speed
Tracy Rebecca Smith, Jeffrey Liew, Teresa Wilcox

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37.   Focused Attention and Distractibility in Infants Following Prematurity
Ronny Geva, Pazit Berman, Hagit Yaron, Jacob Kuint

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Physiology:
38.   A Latent Profile Analysis of Infant Autonomic Activity in Young Children Living in Low-Income, Rural Communities
Kristin M. Voegtline, Douglas A. Granger, Clancy B. Blair, Christine K. Fortunato, Cynthia A. Stifter

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39.   Relations Among Sympathetic, Parasympathetic, and Neuroendocrine Responses to a Modified Still Face Paradigm
Lauren E. Philbrook, Sarah R. Weber, Amie Ashley Hane

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Cognitive neuroscience:
40.   Infant's own Name Enhances Objects Processing in 5-Month-Olds
Eugenio Parise, Angela D. Friederici, Tricia Striano

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Infant cry:
41.   Infants' Responses to Delayed Auditory Feedback During Crying Bouts
Sarah M. Sanborn, James A. Green

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42.   Maternal Thoughts of Harm in Response to Infant Crying: An Experimental Analysis
Nichole Fairbrother, Ronald G. Barr, Julie Pauwels, Rollin Brant, Cynthia Lee, Erin Miller

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43.   Embodied Perception and Adults' Reactions to Infants' Cries
Jennifer B. Bisson, Lauren S. Gindin, James A. Green

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Cognition:
44.   Infants' Reasoning of a Sequence of Events From Distinct Categories: Spatiotemporal-Based Carry-Over Effects
Jie Li, Rebecca Sigmon-Hernandez, Renee Baillargeon

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45.   Toddler's Understanding of Socially-Shared Directional Cues
Krisztina Varga, Janet E. Frick, Elizabeth A. Simpson

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Motivation:
47.   Understanding Early Self-Efficacy in Toddlers: Measuring Flexibility and Goal-Orientation During an Impossible Task
Julia E. Oppenheimer, Jeffrey R. Measelle, Jennifer C. Ablow

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Behavioral inhibition:
49.   Effortful Control Moderates the Relation Between Early Temperament and Behavior Problems During Childhood
Rebecca A. Baron, Jordan E. Osher, Bethany C. Reeb-Sutherland, Kathryn A. Degnan, Nathan A. Fox

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Pregnancy complications/pregnancy outcomes:
50.   Ethnic Differences in Blood Pressure in a Community Sample of Pregnant Women: Possible Mechanisms to Poor Infant Outcomes
Andrea P. Vazzano, Rachel H. Jacobs, Elizabeth Werner, Catherine Monk

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51.   Analyzing Predictors of Birth Outcomes in an At-Risk Healthy Families Population Using Structural Equation Modeling
Amy L. Pennar, Alyson F. Shapiro, Craig LeCroy

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Social referencing:
52.   Vicarious Acquisition and Inhibition of Fearful Behaviours in Infants
Kerry-Ann Grant

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53.   The Illusion of Being 'Taught': What Do Infants Learn in the A-Not-B Task?
Tibor Tauzin, Agnes Melinda Kovacs, Gergely Csibra, György Gergely

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Economics:
54.   A Mini-Ultimatum Game Study With 5-Year-old Children
Martina Wittig, Keith Jensen, Michael Tomasello

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Emotion regulation:
55.   Structure of Attention and Relevance to Emotion Regulation
Mualla Oya Sakiroglu, Gokce Comert, Pelin Kilic, Gozde Gokozan, Feyza Corapci, Nazan Aksan

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56.   The Parental Couple's Attachment Relationship as a Predictor of Infant Emotion Regulation: A Longitudinal Study
Johanna Behringer, Stephanie Ast-Scheitenberger, Iris Reiner, Catrin Buck, Melanie Kungl, Gottfried Spangler

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57.   Father Presence and Toddlers' Emotion Regulation Over Toddlerhood: A Case for the Impact of Consistency and Role Organization
Erika London Bocknek, Holly E. Brophy-Herb, Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Rachel F. Schiffman

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Emotions:
59.   Guilt in Taiwanese Mothers of Preterm Infants: A Mixed Method Study
Hui-Chin Hsu, Zhuo (Rachel) Han, Suh-Fang Jeng

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60.   Interplay of Emotional Reactivity and Maternal Affect on Internalizing Symptoms
Melis Hatice Yavuz, Sebnem Nasir, Ceyda Zeynep Sayali, Sinem Batum, Ozlem Ozdamar, Seren Mogol, Feyza Corapci, Bilge Yagmurlu, Hilal Sen, Nazan Aksan

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61.   Eye Constriction in Positive and Negative Emotional Expressions
Daniel Messinger, Mohammad Mahoor, Steven Cadavid, Oscar Martinez, Whitney Ian Mattson, Jeffrey Cohn

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Neuro-imaging:
62.   Putting Stress to the Test: Areas of Brain Activation to Infant Cry Associated With New Mothers' HPA Activity
Heidemarie K. Laurent, Jennifer C. Ablow

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63.   Mother's Neural Response to Infant's Attachment Behaviors -An FMRI Study-
Madoka Noriuchi, Yoshiaki Kikuchi

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Near-Infra Red Spectroscopy:
65.   Cerebral Oxygenation Patterns During Head Position Changes
Heather E. Mann, Diane Holditch-Davis, Debra Brandon, Janet Levy

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66.   The Developmental Origins of Voice Processing in the Human Brain
Tobias Grossmann, Regine Oberecker, Stefan P. Koch, Angela D. Friederici

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Television:
67.   Infant Looking at Formal Features of Television
Lindsay B. Demers, Tiffany A. Pempek, Heather Kirkorian, Sandra Calvert, Daniel R. Anderson

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68.   Do Parent Television Viewing Patterns Influence Infant Attention to Background Television?
Lindsay B. Demers, Daniel R. Anderson

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69.   Content and Context Matter: Assessing the Relationship Between Television Exposure and Parent-Child Interactions
Katherine G. Hanson, Lindsay B. Demers, Tiffany A. Pempek, Heather Kirkorian, Daniel R. Anderson

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Deception:
70.   36-Month-Olds Conceal Visual and Auditory Information From Others
Alicia P. Melis, Josep Call, Michael Tomasello

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Biological factors:
71.   Left Frontal EEG Asymmetry Is Related to Infants' Contingency Learning and Anger in Response to Goal Blockage
Yan Zhang, Margaret Wolan Sullivan, Dennis P. Carmody, Michael Lewis

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72.   Higher Antenatal Maternal Cortisol Associated With More Reactive Infant Temperament--But Only When Maternal Age Is Controlled for
Elizabeth Werner, Lynn Evans, Catherine Monk

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(3-034) Paper Symposium
Interpreting Collaborative and Prosocial Behavior in Context: The Role of Intentions

Key Ballroom Salon 9, Saturday 3:30pm - 5:20pm


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Chairs: Kristen A. Dunfield, J. Kiley Hamlin
1.   Infants Use Contextual Cues to Identify Collaborative Action
Annette M. E. Henderson, Amanda Woodward

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2.   Intention-Mediation Prosocial Action in Infancy
Kristen A. Dunfield, Valerie Kuhlmeier

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3.   The Enemy of my Enemy is my Friend: Infants Interpret Social Behaviors in Context
J. Kiley Hamlin, Neha Mahajan, Karen Wynn, Paul Bloom

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4.   Why are Children Moral Consequentialists? Growing Into Moral Deontologists
Marine Buon, Emmanuel Dupoux

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(3-036) Paper Symposium
A Cross-Linguistic Look at Children's Morphosyntactic Knowledge

Key Ballroom Salon 11, Saturday 3:30pm - 5:20pm


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Chair: Jon A. Willits
Discussant: James Morgan
1.   Perception of Word Boundaries in Liaison Cases in Adults and Infants
Mireille Babineau, Rushen Shi

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2.   What Do Infants Really Want (to Count)? The Role of Morphosyntactic Statistics in Early Noun and Verb Learning
Jon A. Willits, Mark S. Seidenberg, Jenny Saffran

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3.   Online Processing of Gender-Marked Articles by Toddlers, School-Age Children, and Adults Learning Spanish
Casey Lew-Williams, Anne Fernald

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(3-037) Paper Symposium
Knowledge at Hand: What Manual Exploration Can Tell Us About Developmental Process

Key Ballroom Salon 12, Saturday 3:30pm - 5:20pm


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Chair: Lynn K. Perry
Discussant: Amy S. Joh
1.   Through the Looking Glass: Infants' Manual Actions Toward Objects and Pictures
Christine J. Ziemer, Jodie M. Plumert, Anne D. Pick

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2.   Please Play With Your Food: Exploration and the Development of the Material Bias
Lynn K. Perry, Larissa K. Samuelson, Johanna B. Burdinie

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3.   Quantifying Children's Manual Touching Behaviors in a Variety of Tasks
Jessica S. Horst, Katherine E. Twomey, Peter A. Fine

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(3-038) Invited Address
The Roots of Infant Behavior

Holiday Ballroom Salon 1, Saturday 3:30pm - 5:20pm


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Chair: John Colombo
Speaker: William P. Fifer


(3-039) Invited Paper Symposium
Statistical Inference in Infant Language Acquisition

Holiday Ballroom Salon 2, Saturday 3:30pm - 5:20pm


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Chair: Jeffrey Lidz
Discussant: Jenny Saffran
1.   How to Learn Vowels: Computational Approaches to Language Diversity
William Idsardi, Brian Dillon, Ewan Dunbar

Abstract and Biography
2.   From Sounds to Words: A Bayesian Approach to Modeling Word Segmentation
Sharon Goldwater

Abstract and Biography
3.   Finding Rules and Words in the Speech Stream at Year 1
Luca Bonatti

Abstract and Biography
4.   Statistical Syntactic Inference in Infancy
Jeffrey Lidz

Abstract and Biography


(3-040) Paper Symposium
Developmental Narrowing in Infants: Evidence From Color-Shape, Face Discrimination, and Language Studies

Holiday Ballroom Salon 3, Saturday 3:30pm - 5:20pm


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Chair: Karen R. Dobkins
Discussant: David J. Lewkowicz
1.   Color-Shape Associations Decline During Infancy: A Perceptual Correlate of Developmental Narrowing of Neural Connectivity
Katherine G. Wagner, Karen R. Dobkins

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2.   The Influence of Face and Object Training on Perceptual Narrowing During Infancy
Lisa S. Scott

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3.   Developmental Narrowing: Evidence From Spatial Categories
Susan J. Hespos

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(3-041) Invited Address
The Highly Sensitive Child? On Diathesis-Stress, Gene X Environment Interactions, and Differential Susceptibility

Holiday Ballroom Salon 4, Saturday 3:30pm - 5:20pm


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Chair: Cynthia A. Stifter
Speaker: Marinus H. van Ijzendoorn