Developing Minds Lab

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We study object, number, and social cognition in infants, children, and adults.

Lab News

  • Alexis Smith has been invited to be on the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Team at the Boston Child Study Center as a research assistant! Congrats, Alexis!
  • Jenny Reavis was recently inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Congrats, Jenny!
  • Rinatte Gruen was one of twelve BU seniors to be inducted into Phi Beta Kappa in Fall 2016. Congrats, Rinatte!
  • Lab alum Danyele Homer is a co-author on a recent paper accepted for publication in the journal Behavior Modification. She also recently presented her research at Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference. Congratulations, Danyele!
  • Rinatte Gruen and Alexis Smith have again been awarded funding from Boston University UROP for their spring research projects in the Developing Minds Lab! Congratulations, Rinatte and Alexis!!
  • Rinatte Gruen and Alexis Smith have been awarded funding from Boston University UROP for their fall research projects in the Developing Minds Lab! Congratulations, Rinatte and Alexis!
  • Lab manager Michaela Buckley has been accepted into the PhD program in School Psychology at Fordham University. She will start the program in Fall 2016. Congratulations, Michaela!
  • Graduating senior Rachel Gordon has accepted a Laboratory Manager position with the BC Infant and Child Cognition Lab. Congratulations, Rachel!
  • Alexis Smith has been accepted as a summer Research Assistant with the UCLA Baby Lab. Congratulations, Alexis!
  • Madison Newell will work as a Research Assistant with the Neurocognition, Early Experience, Development (NEED) lab at Columbia University this summer. Congratulations, Madison!
  • Keara Russell and Su Bin Jin have been awarded funding from Boston University UROP for their summer research projects in the Developing Minds Lab! Congratulations, Keara and Su Bin!

Recent Publications

  • Varieties of visual working memory representation in infancy and beyong Current Directions in Psychological Science
  • Infants use temporal regularities to chunk objects in memory Cognition
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Contact Us

  • Email us devmind@bu.edu
  • Give us a call (617) 358-1830
  • Visit us Room 109, 64 Cummington Mall Boston, MA 02215

Information for Students

Want to volunteer? We are currently seeking outstanding undergraduate research assistants.

Interested? Find out more!