Some of our current studies are based on previous research conducted at the Laboratory for Infant Studies. Do any of the abstracts below look familiar? It’s also important for parents to know that the research that their children contribute to does get published in prestigious psychology journals!

Schmuckler, M.A. (2017). Postural response to predictable and nonpredictable visual flow in children and adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 163, 32-52.

Jowkar‐Baniani, G., Paolozza, A., Greene, A., Cheng, C.K. & Schmuckler, M.A. (2017). Infants’ perceptions of constraints on object motion as a function of object shape. Cognition, 165, 126-136.

Mangalindan, D.M.J. & Schmuckler, M.A. (2017). To Cue or Not to Cue: Toddlers’ Use of Beacons and Associative Cues in Object-displacement Tasks. Infancy, 22, 713-731.

Zakzanis, K.K. & Grimes, K., Uzzaman, S & Schmuckler, M.A. (2016). Prospection and its relationship to instrumental activities of daily living in patients with mild traumatic brain injury with cognitive impairment. Brain Injury, 30, 1-7.

Jowkar-Baniani, G. & Schmuckler, M.A. (2014). The role of stimulus novelty on children’s inflexible dimensional switching. Child Development, 85(4), 1373-1384.

Mangalindan,D.M.J., Schmuckler, M.A. & Li, S. (2014). The impact of object carriage on independent locomotion. Infant Behavior and Development, 37(1), 76.

Jowkar-Baniani, G. & Schmuckler, M.A. (2013). The role of perceptual similarity of the task environments in children’s perseverative responding. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 116(3), 640-658.

Schmuckler, M.A. (2013). Preservation in barrier crossing. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 39(4), 1100-1123.

Jowkar-Baniani, G. & Schmuckler, M.A. (2011). Picture perception in infants: Generalization from two-dimensional to three-dimensional displays. Infancy, 16(2), 211-226.

Mangalindan, D.M.J. & Schmuckler, M.A. (2011). What’s in a cue? The role of cue orientation in object displacement tasks. Infant Behavior and Development, 34(3), 407-416.

Schmuckler, M.A., Collimore, L.M. & Dannemiller, J.L. (2007). Infants’ reactions to object collision on hit and miss trajectories. Infancy, 12(1), 105-118.

Schmuckler, M.A. & Jewell, D.T. (2007). Infants’ visual-proprioceptive intermodal perception with imperfect contingency information. Developmental Psychobiology, 49(4), 387-398.

Schmuckler, M.A. & Jewell, S. (2007). The effect of simulated self versus object movement in a nonsearch task. Infancy, 11(3), 305-320.

Schmuckler, M.A. (2003). A question of questions: Comments on Wagman and Miller. Developmental Psychobiology, 42(4), 342-348. Infancy, 3(4), 519-529.

Marcovitch, S., Zelazo, P.D. & Schmuckler, M.A. (2002). The effect of the number of A trials on performance on the A-Not-B task.

Schmuckler, M.A. (2001) What is ecological validity? A dimensional analysis. Infancy, 2(4), 419-436.

Schmuckler, M.A. & Fairhall, J.L. (2001). Visual-proprioceptive intermodal perception using point light displays. Child Development, 72(4), 949-962.

Kingsnorth, S. & Schmuckler, M.A. (2000). Walking skill versus walking experience as a predictor of barrier crossing in toddlers. Infant Behavior and Development, 23(3), 331-350.

Schmuckler, M.A. & Tsang-Tong, H.Y. (2000). The role of visual and body movement information in infant search. Developmental Psychobiology, 36(4), 499-510.