Recent Publications

Applin, J.B. & Kibbe, M.M. (in press). Young children monitor the fidelity of visual working memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition.PDF

Blankenship, T., Strong, R., & Kibbe, M.M. (in press). The development of multiple object tracking via multifocal attention. Developmental Psychology. PDF

Gruen, R.L., Esfand, S.M., and Kibbe, M.M. (2020). Altruistic self-regulation in young children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. PDF

Blankenship, T. & Kibbe, M.M. (2019). Examining the limits of memory-guided planning in 3- and 4-year-olds. Cognitive DevelopmentPDF

Applin, J.B. & Kibbe, M.M. (2019). Six-month-old infants predict agents’ goal-directed actions on occluded objects. Infancy. PDF

Kibbe, M.M. & Leslie, A.M. (2019). Conceptually rich, perceptually sparse: Object representations in 6-month-olds’ working memory. Psychological Science. PDF

St. John, A., Kibbe, M.M., & Tarullo, A. (2019) A systematic assessment of socioeconomic status and executive functioning in early childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 178, 352-368PDF

Bloem, I., Watanabe, Y., Kibbe, M.M., Ling, S. (2018). Visual memories bypass normalization. Psychological Science, 29(5), 845-856. PDF Supp.

Kibbe, M.M., Káldy, Z., & Blaser, E. (2018). Rules infants look by: Testing the assumption of transitivity in visual salience. Infancy, 23: 156–172PDF

Kibbe, M.M., Kreisky, M. & Weisberg, D.S. (2017). Young children distinguish between different unrealistic fictional genres. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. PDF

Kibbe, M.M. & Feigenson, L. (2017). A dissociation between small and large numbers in young children’s ability to “solve for x” in non-symbolic math problems. Cognition 60, 82-90. PDF

Kibbe, M.M., & Leslie, A.M. (2016).  The ring that does not bind: Topological class in infants’ working memory for objects. Cognitive Development, 38, 1-9. PDF

Kibbe, M.M., & Feigenson, L. (2016). Infants use temporal regularities to chunk objects in memory. Cognition, 146, 251-263. PDF

Kibbe, M.M. (2015). Varieties of visual working memory representation in infancy and beyond. Current Directions in Psychological Science 24(6), 251-263. PDF

Kibbe, M.M. & Feigenson, L. (2015). Young children “solve for x” using the approximate number system. Developmental Science, 18(1), 38-49. PDF

Kibbe, M.M. & Feigenson, L.  (2014)  Developmental origins of recoding and decoding in memory. Cognitive Psychology 75, 55-79. PDF

Denisova, K., Kibbe, M.M., Cholewiak, S., & Kim, S-H.  (2014).  Intra- and inter-manual curvature aftereffect can be obtained via tool-touch. IEEE Transactions on Haptics. PDF

Kibbe, M.M., & Leslie, A.M.  (2013).  What’s the object of object working memory in infancy? Unraveling ‘what?’ and ‘how many?’  Cognitive Psychology 66, 380-404. PDF

Kibbe, M.M., & Leslie, A.M.  (2011) What do infants remember when they forget?  Location and identity in 6-month-olds’ memory for objects.  Psychological Science 22(12), 1500-1505. PDF

Kibbe, M.M., & Kowler, E. (2011).  Visual search for category sets: Tradeoffs between exploration and memory.  Journal of Vision 11(3), 14, 1-21. PDF

Kibbe, M.M., & Leslie, A.M.  (2008). Evidence for separate development of working memory capacity for objects and for features in infants.  In Object Perception, Attention, and Memory 2007 Conference Report, Visual Cognition 16(1): 90-143.


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  • Visual memories bypass normalization Psychological Science
  • Rules infants look by: Testing the assumption of transitivity in visual salience Infancy
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