Kim G Dolgin

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2 experiments were conducted to examine 7-month-old infants' perception of the facial expressions happy and fear. Using a paired-comparison procedure, infants in the first experiment were able to generalize their discrimination of these 2 expressions across the faces of 4 male and female models if they were first presented with the set of happy faces, but(More)
The present study was designed to examine the ontogeny of frequency selectivity in the neonatal auditory system. Mice were tested between 12 and 65 days of age. At each age two measures of auditory sensitivity were made from cochlear nucleus evoked responses. Tone-burst evoked-response thresholds in the quiet were determined for frequencies between 1.0 and(More)
Can short-term training improve preschoolers' knowledge of road-crossing concepts as well as behavior in a real traffic situation? Forty children, aged four to five years, were assigned to one of four conditions (game, story, song, and control). Each condition participated in four 15-min classroom-based lessons over four weeks. Two assessments measuring(More)
This study examines 144 older adolescents' perceptions of their parents' disclosure of their own lives to them. Information was obtained about the disclosure of 209 parents of college-aged children. The adolescents indicated whether and to what depth their parents had discussed 30 topics with them, and also indicated why they believed their parents had made(More)
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