Rachel Catlin

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This research examined relationships between parental interpersonal perceptual style (IPS)--the extent to which they are biased in their perceptions of children's behaviors--and (a) the adjustment of their own children and (b) parent-child interactions. In two studies, groups of parents first viewed a videotape of a male or female "target" child interacting(More)
Cell culture is a powerful tool for exploring cellular function. Culturing primary neurons has revealed how neurons communicate in learning and memory (Kandel, 2006) and provided insights into the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease (Alberio et al., 2012; Trinchese, et al., 2004). Here we describe a series of(More)
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