Recent Publications by Gedeon Deak and TDLC Trainees
Several recent publications from the Cognitive Development Lab at UCSD, directed by investigator Gedeon Deak, were co-authored by TDLC trainees Kaya de Barbaro and Marybel Robledo. The papers describe findings and methods relating infants' temporal processing of social and non-social information to the development of language and communication skills.
- de Barbaro, K., Johnson, C., & Deák, G.O. (2013). Twelve-month
'social revolution' emerges from mother-infant sensory-motor
coordination: A longitudinal investigation. Human Development, 56,
- de Barbaro, K., Forster, K., Johnson, C.M., & Deák, G.O. (2013).
Methodological considerations for bridging micro- and macro-behavioral
data in studies of social interaction. IEEE Transactions on Autonomous
Mental Development, 5(3), 258-270.
- Ellis, E., Robledo, M., & Deák, G. O. (2013). Contingency
learning in infancy and its relation to later vocabulary. Language
Learning and Development. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15475441.2013.799988
- Deák, G.O., Triesch, J., Krasno, A., de Barbaro, K., & Robledo,
M. (2013). Learning to share: The emergence of joint attention in
human infancy. In B. Kar (Ed.), Cognition and Brain Development:
Converging Evidence from Various Methodologies (pp. 173-210).
Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.