Children's Research Laboratory
Research Unit Profile
The Children's Research Laboratory (CRL) was founded in January 1982 to facilitate training and research on a wide variety of topics relating to infant and child development. The research has examined a broad range of topics, including studies of infant vision and audition, the early development of cognitive and intellectual ability, the development of language, parent-infant interaction, social stereotypes by young children and adults, and the causes of parental abuse of children.
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Anderson, Erin||Psychology||Lab manager for Dr. Judith Langlois: https://www.utexas.edu/research/eureka/faculty/view?faculty_id=456 http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/psychology/faculty/jhl73|
|Bigler, Rebecca||Psychology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Social cognition in children, gender role development, racial attitudes, social stereotyping and prejudice|
|Cohen, Leslie||Psychology||Perception, memory and cognition in infants In general Dr. Cohen and his students in the Infant Cognition Laboratory have been examining how infants process and integrate visual and auditory …|
|Echols, Catharine||Psychology||Acquisition of language; how infants identify words and other linguistic units in the speech stream; how infants associate words to appropriate real world referents|
|Langlois, Judith||Psychology; Statistics and Scientific Computation; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Social development and social information processing; infant development; the effects of individual characteristics (physical appearance, gender, age) on the differential socialization of males and …|
|Meier, Richard||Linguistics||Psycholinguistics, acquisition of American Sign Language as a first language Professor Meier's research is inspired by the fact that there are two modalities, or transmission channels, available …|
|Woolley, Jacqueline||Psychology||Two basic aspects of children's cognitive development: (1) their beliefs about the nature of reality, and (2) their understanding of mental states and processes The goal of Dr. Woolley's …|