The Society for Research and Child Development Biennial Meeting was held from April 18th-20th in Seattle, WA.  The Infant Learning and Development Lab presented posters and participated in symposia at this meeting. Below are some pictures and links to poster presentations!

Three of our honors students presented their research at the conference.  They received an award which allowed them to present their work through the Dean's Fund for Student Life.

Three of our honors students presented their research at the conference. They received an award which allowed them to present their work through the Dean’s Fund for Student Life.


Laura Garvin, a 3rd year doctoral Student, and Rebecca Schmidt, a fourth year undergraduate honors thesis student, presenting their research: Framing Affects Preschoolers’ Ability to Use Statistics to Infer Preferences

Laura Garvin, a 3rd year doctoral Student, and Rebecca Schmidt, a fourth year undergraduate honors thesis student, presenting their research: Framing Affects Preschoolers’ Ability to Use Statistics to Infer Preferences


Lauren Howard, a 3rd year doctoral student, and Cristina Carrazza, a fourth year undergraduate honors thesis student, presenting their research: Neighborhood Effects on Infants’ Learning from Linguistic In- and Outgroup Models

Lauren Howard, a 3rd year doctoral student, and Cristina Carrazza, a fourth year undergraduate honors thesis student, presenting their research: Neighborhood Effects on Infants’ Learning from Linguistic In- and Outgroup Models