Poster Session 1

Date & Time

Jun 8th at 6:15 PM until 6:45 PM



Rating ( votes)

Posters for this session should be mounted during the morning of June 8th to allow all-day viewing. Presenters will attend their posters during the session (6:15-6:45pm).

1.01 Male leaders and female leaders: how do children see them through their drawings?

  • Saba Ayman-Nolley (Northeastern Illinois Univeristy)
  • Allison Johns (Northeastern Illinois Univeristy)
  • Murielle Standley (Northeastern Illinois Univeristy)
  • Roya Ayman (Illinois Institute of Technology )
1.02 A Longitudinal Investigation of Cultural Orientation in Puerto Rican American Youth
  • Marjorine Castillo (The Graduate Center, City University of New York)
1.03 The effect of referent status in social comparison on children's performance perceptions
  • Delaney Collyer (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
  • Janet Boseovski (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
  • Candace Lapan (Francis Marion University)
  • Ethan Zell (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
  • Stuart Marcovitch (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
1.04 Children's use of trait information in their intention ascription and moral judgments of others
  • Sarah Gardiner (Carleton University)
  • Deepthi Kamawar (Carleton University)
  • Audrey Brown (Carleton University)
1.05 Peer relationships in Middle Childhood: Role of coping skills, self-concept, peer attachment and empathy
  • Tasmia Hai (University of Calgary)
  • Sandra Bosacki (Brock University)
1.06 Vicarious Experiences in Media: Social Modeling and Minority Representation on Television
  • Stevie Jeung (University of California, Berkeley)
1.07 Assistive Technology: Screen Magnifier
  • Qingli Lei (Purdue University)
1.08 Examining Internal State Language, Reciprocity, and Cooperation in Parent-Child Dyads
  • Vincenza Martinovich (University of Alberta)
  • Christina Rinaldi (University of Alberta)
1.09 Coherence, Linguistic, and Cultural Dimensions of Popular Texts: Analysis of Summer Book Fair Text Selections
  • Anne McGill-Franzen (University of Tennessee)
  • Natalia Ward (University of Tennessee)
1.10 The role of motor processes in verbal knowledge acquisition: A developmental study
  • Ryan Paddack (University of British Columbia)
  • Ulrich Müller (University of Victoria)
1.11 Mathematization of Physical Phenomena: A Post-Piagetian Study with Novice and Advanced Experimenters through an Extra Academic Activity
  • Carmen Patricia Rosas-Colín (Facultad de Psicología UNAM)
  • Luis Mauricio Rodríguez-Salazar (Instituto Politécnico Nacional)
1.12 Theory of Mind and Self-Perceptions in Emerging Adolescents
  • Valentina Sitnik (Brock University)
  • Shanen Smith (Brock University)
  • Malak Askar (Brock University)
  • Emily Eichner (Brock University)
  • Megha Nagar (McGill University)
  • Victoria Talwar (McGill University)
  • Sandra Bosacki (Brock University)
1.13 Snap a Selfie! Young Children's Learning from Digital Pictures
  • Georgene Troseth (Vanderbilt University)
  • Israel Flores (Vanderbilt University)
  • Colleen Russo (Vanderbilt University)
  • Rafat Hossain (Vanderbilt University)
  • Merna El-rifai (Vanderbilt University)

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