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Working Together to Make Sense of the Past: Mothers' and Children's Use of Internal States Language in Conversations about Traumatic and Nontraumatic Events
- P. Bauer, Emily Stark, A. Lukowski, J. Rademacher, Dana L. Van Abbema, J. Ackil
- 1 November 2005
Mother-child conversations about a devastating tornado and about 2 nontraumatic events were examined to determine whether there were (a) differences in use of internal states language when talking… Expand
Iron deficiency in infancy and neurocognitive functioning at 19 years: evidence of long-term deficits in executive function and recognition memory
Abstract Iron deficiency in infancy negatively impacts a variety of neurodevelopmental processes at the time of nutrient insufficiency, with persistent central nervous system alterations and deficits… Expand
Electrophysiological Indexes of Encoding and Behavioral Indexes of Recall: Examining Relations and Developmental Change Late in the First Year of Life
- P. Bauer, S. Wiebe, +4 authors C. Nelson
- Psychology, Medicine
- Developmental neuropsychology
- 1 April 2006
Long-term memory undergoes pronounced development in the latter part of the 1st year. This reasearch combines electrophysiological (event-related potential [ERP]) and behavioral (deferred imitation)… Expand
Sequence Imitation and Reaching Measures of Executive Control: A Longitudinal Examination in the Second Year of Life
Despite increasing interest in the early development of executive control, few assessment tools are available for use in the second year of life. At 15 and 20 months, children completed a task… Expand
Forming a stable memory representation in the first year of life: why imitation is more than child's play.
- A. Lukowski, S. Wiebe, J. C. Haight, T. DeBoer, C. Nelson, P. Bauer
- Psychology, Medicine
- Developmental science
- 1 May 2005
Although 9-month-old infants are capable of retaining temporally ordered information over long delays, this ability is relatively fragile. It may be possible to facilitate long-term retention by… Expand
Sleep and Mental Health in Undergraduate Students with Generally Healthy Sleep Habits
Whereas previous research has indicated that sleep problems tend to co-occur with increased mental health issues in university students, relatively little is known about relations between sleep… Expand
The memory is in the details: relations between memory for the specific features of events and long-term recall during infancy.
The second year of life is marked by pronounced changes in the length of time over which events are remembered. We tested whether the age-related differences are related to differences in memory for… Expand
Sleep Quality and Temperament Among University Students: Differential Associations With Nighttime Sleep Duration and Sleep Disruptions
Sleep-temperament associations have not yet been examined among university students, despite awareness of the high incidence of sleep problems in this population. The present study was conducted (a)… Expand
In the language of multiple memory systems, defining and describing developments in long-term explicit memory.
Infants' ERP Responses to Novel and Familiar Stimuli Change Over Time: Implications for Novelty Detection and Memory
Detection of novelty is an important cognitive ability early in development, when infants must learn a great deal about their world. Work with adults has identified networks of brain areas involved… Expand