Publications & Presentations

 

Please contact the CUB lab at cublab@olemiss.edu for reprints of any articles or copies of presentations.

 

Publications:

Miller, S. E., Reavis, R. D., & Avila, B. N. (in press). Theory of mind in middle childhood: Associations with executive function and friendships. Merrill Palmer Quarterly.

Reavis, R. D., Miller, S. E.Grimes, J. A., & Fomukong, A. N. N. (2018). Effort as Person-Focused Praise:“Hard Worker” Has Negative Effects for Adults After a Failure. The Journal of genetic psychology, 179(3), 117-122. doi: 10.1080/00221325.2018.1441801

Boseovski, J. J., Hughes Maicus, C., & Miller, S. E. (2016). Expertise in unexpected places: Children’s acceptance of information from gender counter-normative experts. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 141, 161-176. doi: 10.1016/j.jecp.2015.09.002

Miller, S. E., Marcovitch, S., Boseovski, J. J., & Lewkowicz, D. J. (2015). Young children’s use of ordinal labels on a spatial memory search task. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 61,  345-361. doi: 10.13110/merrpalmquar1982.61.3.0345

Miller, S. E., & Marcovitch, S. (2015). Examining executive function in the 2nd year of life: Coherence, stability, and relations to joint attention and language. Developmental Psychology, 51, 101-114. doi: 10.1037/a0038359

Miller, S. E., Chatley, N., Marcovitch, S., & McConnell Rogers, M. (2014). One of these things is not like the other: Distinctiveness in memory and executive function in preschoolers, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 118, 143-151. doi: 10.1016/j.jecp.2013.09.012

Miller, S. E., & Marcovitch, S. (2012). How theory of mind and executive function co-develop. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 3, 597-625. doi: 10.1007/s13164-012-0117-0

Miller, S. E., & Marcovitch, S. (2011). Assisting students with executive function demands [Review of the book Executive function in the classroom: Practical strategies for improving performance and enhancing skills for all students, by C. Kaufman]. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 32, 243-245. doi: 10.1016/j.appdev.2011.04.002

Miller, S. E., & Marcovitch, S. (2011). Toddlers benefit from labeling on an executive function search task. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 108, 580-592. doi: 10.1016/j.jecp.2010.10.008

 

Recent and Upcoming Presentations:

*CUB Lab Students

*Thomas, D. J., *Winters, R., *Vandenbrink, T., & Miller, S. E. (2017, October). Examining the influence of labels and task order on preschoolers’ executive function and theory of mind. Poster accepted for presentation at the Biennial Meeting of the Cognitive Development Society, Portland, OR.

*Avila, B. M., & Miller, S. E. (2017, October). Creative minds: Creativity and it’s relations to cognitive flexibility and persistence. Poster accepted for presentation at the Biennial Meeting of the Cognitive Development Society, Portland, OR.

*Vandenbrink, T. M., & Miller, S. E. (2017, October). Does executive function and language underlie the development of moral disgust Poster accepted for presentation at the Biennial Meeting of the Cognitive Development Society, Portland, OR.

*Sanders, M., Miller, S. E., Skultety, S., Kellum, K. K. (2017, May). Assessing and prompting philosophical reasoning with children. Poster presented at the Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Denver, CO.

*Avila, B. M. & Miller, S. E. (2017, April). Examining children and adults’ ability to forget distinctive information. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.

*Vandenbrink, T. M. & Miller, S. E. (2017, April). Age and facial cues relate to preschoolers’ understanding of disgust. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.

Reavis, R. D., Miller, S. E., Khalifeh, L., Oxford-Jordan, K. Undo-Inyang, E., Fomukong, A., & McConnell Rogers, M. (2017, April). The role of praise in fixed and growth mindset. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.