Elizabeth Brey
Elizabeth Brey
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Children use wealth cues to evaluate others
K Shutts, EL Brey, LA Dornbusch, N Slywotzky, KR Olson
PloS One 11 (3), e0149360, 2016
Children use nonverbal cues to make inferences about social power
E Brey, K Shutts
Child development 86 (1), 276-286, 2015
Content analysis of language‐promoting teaching strategies used in infant‐directed media
SE Vaala, DL Linebarger, SK Fenstermacher, A Tedone, E Brey, R Barr, ...
Infant and Child Development 19 (6), 628-648, 2010
Children’s developing judgments about the physical manifestations of power.
BF Terrizzi, E Brey, K Shutts, JS Beier
Developmental psychology 55 (4), 793, 2019
What makes preschool educational television educational? A content analysis of literacy, language-promoting, and prosocial preschool programming
DN Linebarger, E Brey, S Fenstermacher, R Barr
Media Exposure During Infancy and Early Childhood, 97-133, 2017
Interactional quality depicted in infant and toddler videos: where are the interactions?
SK Fenstermacher, R Barr, E Brey, TA Pempek, M Ryan, SL Calvert, ...
Infant and Child Development 19 (6), 594-612, 2010
Children use nonverbal cues from an adult to evaluate peers
E Brey, K Shutts
Journal of Cognition and Development 19 (2), 121-136, 2018
Teachers’ nonverbal behaviors influence children’s stereotypic beliefs
E Brey, K Pauker
Journal of experimental child psychology 188, 104671, 2019
Interactional modeling in infant-directed media
S Fenstermacher, R Barr, S Calvert, T Pempek, E Brey, A Moses, S Vaala, ...
annual meeting of the International Communication Association, 2009
Contextual visual information in middle-school problem solving: A puzzling situation
JL Cooper, V Clinton, A Riggs, E Brey, MW Alibali, MJ Nathan
Proceedings of the 35th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the …, 2013
Cultural Snapshots: A Method to Capture Social Contexts in Development of Prejudice and Stereotyping
K Pauker, EL Brey, SA Lamer, M Weisbuch
Advances in child development and behavior 56, 141-181, 2019
The Effect of Walking Onset on Infant Temperament: A Longitudinal Study
EL Brey
Whitman College, 2006
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