|Developmental Cognition Lab
Our lab investigates infants' and young children's early understanding of number, time, and space. We are interested in learning what infants know about the world around them and how their knowledge changes over time.
|Kristy vanMarle||100 McAlester|
|Evolution and Cognitive Development
Primarily, our lab does longitudinal research on development of mathematical cognition in children, and associated learning disabilities. Our studies in evolution currently focus on sex differences in vulnerability to stressors.
|David C. Geary||132 Psychology|
|Family and Child Development Lab
Research conducted in my lab focuses on the neurobiological mechanisms of the legacy of children's early experiences with parents for social and emotional development across the life course.
|Ashley Groh||408 Noyes Hall|
|Family Relationships & Adolescent Development Lab
We conduct research on parent-adolescent and adolescent sibling relationships and their interplay within the broader family system as well as their impacts on adolescent adjustment.
|Nicole Campione-Barr||Social Development Laboratories; 2nd Floor McReynolds|
|Positive Youth Development Lab
The Positive Youth Development Lab focuses on the contributors to resilience and flourishing from late childhood to emerging adulthood. We are broadly interested in emotion-, personality-, and identity development. We often use autobiographical storytelling as a major data source to understand development and functioning.
Recent projects address:
Recent collaborations include:
|Jordan Booker||McReynolds Hall - Social Development Labs are on the Second Floor|