Conference Presentations

Talks

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

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.