Child Language
&
Cognition Lab

Child Language &
Cognition Lab
 At Kent State University


Kent State University

Conference Posters

Society for Research in Child Development 2013 (Seattle, WA)

Recent Publications

Lipowski, S. L.*, Merriman, W. E., & Dunlosky, J. (2012).  Preschoolers can make highly accurate judgments of learning.  Developmental Psychology.  Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/a0030614 PDF


Lipko, A. R.*, Dunlosky, J., Lipowski, S. L.*, & Merriman, W. E. (2012).  Young children are not underconfident with practice: The benefit of ignoring a fallible memory heuristic.  Journal of Cognition & Development, 13, 174-188. PDF


Lipowski, S. L.*, & Merriman, W. E. (2011).  Knowledge judgments and object memory processes in early childhood:  Support for the dual criterion account of object nameability judgment.  Journal of Cognition & Development, 12, 481-501. PDF


Marazita, J. M.**, & Merriman, W. E. (2011).  Verifying one's knowledge of a name without retrieving it:  A U-shaped relation to vocabulary size in early childhood. Language Learning & Development, 7, 40-54. PDF


Merriman, W. E., Moore, Z.*, & Granrud, C. E. (2010).  Children's strategic compensation for size underconstancy:  Dependence on distance and relation to reasoning ability.  Visual Cognition, 18, 296-319. PDF


Lipko, A. R.*, Dunlosky, J., & Merriman, W. E. (2009). Persistent overconfidence despite practice: The role of task experience in preschoolers' recall predictions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 103, 152-166. PDF


Merriman, W. E., & Lipko, A. R.* (2008). A dual criterion account of the development of linguistic judgment in early childhood. Journal of Memory and Language, 58, 1012-1031. PDF


Merriman, W. E., Lipko, A. R.*, & Evey, J. A.** (2008). How children learn to judge whether a word is one they know: A dual criterion account. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 108, 83-98. PDF


* Recent graduate advisee  ** Former graduate advisee