Conference Presentations

Talks

Yuile, A.R. & Fisher, C. (2020, November). 4- and 5-year-olds use mental models of events in reference resolution. To be presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) 45th annual meeting. Boston, MA. (Jean Berko Gleason Award for Top-Rated Student Abstract).

Yuile, A.R. & Sabbagh, M.A. (2016, November). Inhibitory control is a rate-limiting factor to preschoolers’ use of irregular inflection. Presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) 41st annual meeting. Boston, MA.

Posters

Yuile, A.R., Baillargeon, R., & Fisher, C. (2020, July). Two-year-olds demonstrate false-belief understanding in a novel intent-based social-preference task. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the International Congress of Infant Studies. [pdf] [video]

Yuile, A.R., Baillargeon, R., Hyde, D.C., & Fisher, C. (2020, July). ToMcat: A videotaped, open-access violation-of-expectation study for measuring early false-belief understanding in infants and toddlers. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the International Congress of Infant Studies. [pdf] [video]

Yuile, A.R., Baillargeon, R., Fisher, C., & Hyde, D.C. (2019, October). Introducing ToMcat: A videotaped, open-access violation-of-expectation study for measuring early false-belief understanding in infants and toddlers. Poster presented at the Cognitive Development Society (CDS) biennial meeting. Louisville, KY. [pdf]

Yuile, A.R. & Sabbagh, M.A. (2017, April). Neurodevelopmental correlates of perspective taking during role play. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) biennial meeting. Austin, TX. [pdf]

Yuile, A.R., Maier, R., & Baldwin, D.A. (2014, May). You lang them!: Re-evaluating recasts as negative evidence. Poster presented at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC) 23rd annual meeting. University of California, Los Angeles. [pdf]

Yuile, A.R., Maier, R., & Baldwin, D.A. (2014, April). You lang them!: Re-evaluating recasts as negative evidence. Poster presented at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.