Recent publications

  • Pickron C.B. & Cheries, E. W., (2019) Infants’ individuation of faces by gender. Brain Sciences. pdf
  • Pickron, C.B., Iyer, A, Fava, E, & Scott, L.S. (2017) Learning to Individuate: The specificity of labels differentially impacts infants’ attention related visual strategies and neural responses from 6 to 9 months of age. Child Development. pdf
  • Pickron, C.B., Fava, E, & Scott, L.S. (2016) Follow My Gaze: Face Race and Sex Influence the Development of Gaze-cued Attention in Infancy. Infancy. pdf
  • Hadley, H., Pickron, C.B., & Scott, L.S. (2014). The Lasting Effects of Process-specific versus Stimulus-specific Learning During Infancy. Developmental Science. pdf