Poster Session 1

Date & Time

Jun 4th at 6:15 PM until 6:45 PM



Rating ( votes)

Posters for this session can be mounted on the poster boards during the morning of June 4 for all day viewing. Authors will be present during the Poster Session (6:15-6:45pm). Posters should be removed at the end of the session (6:45pm).

1. Impact of short exercise and gestural instruction on mathematical learning: Does order of exercise and instruction matter?

2. Mother-child conversations about hurting siblings and friends: Similarities and differences in maternal approaches to moral socialization 

3. Future time perspective in the parenting context

4. Pressing buttons with my eyes: 4-month-old infants learn action-effect coupling in a gaze-controlled task

5. Allelic variants of monoamine-related genes moderate the association between self-regulation and markers of frontal lobe function

6. Dogs as reading buddies! Evaluating the impact of a an animal-assisted educational reading program with school-aged children

7. Perceived quality of care by parents of children with developmental disabilities and parental psychological distress

8. Interactions between moral concepts and informational assumptions in judgments about corruption

9. Impacts of a mindfulness intervention on elementary school children's executive function, self-regulation, and academic achievement

10. Social interaction and theory of mind training: An intervention study

11. When do Colombian adolescents enact revenge fantasies? Associations with exposure to violence, aggression and school climate

12. Atypical neural synchronization during a socially relevant inhibition task in children with autism spectrum disorder

13. Factors that determine the embodiment of mathematical concepts: The effect of instruction with gesture on learning and muscle movement

14. Beacons in object displacement tasks: Role of spatial relation between cue and target location

15. An examination of talk about absent referents in low and high-SES parent-child dyads

16. Gender development during the presymbolic stage: Disentangling infant-caretaker interactions using vector autoregressive and impulse response modeling

17. Neuropsychological assessment in pediatric-onset multiple sclerosis patients: Sensitivity of hand dexterity to T1 and T2 lesion volume

18. Parental influences on children's numerical and mathematical abilities

19. College developmental mathematics students' understanding of fundamental algebraic concepts and processes

20. The development of guilt and regret attributions in inadvertent harm doing

21. The relationship between phonological awareness and word reading in English-Arabic bilinguals