What We Do
The DUCK Lab is co-directed by psychologists Janet Boseovski and Stuart Marcovitch. We conduct studies of social, emotional, and cognitive development in infants, children, and preadolescents at our campus center and in local preschools and schools. Our research helps us learn how children think about the world around them and our findings are relevant to educational policies and programs that are aimed at improving children's lives.
Dr. Chris Erb has accepted a tenure-track position in the School of Psychology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand!
Be sure to check out recent academic publications concerning the findings from a series of “reach-tracking” projects with Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Chris Erb and lab co-director, Dr. Stuart Marcovitch. Thank you to all of our participants who made this research possible!
Check out our recent trip for the Annual Jean Piaget Society Conference
Erb, C. D. & Marcovitch, S. (2018). Child Development
Erb, C. D. & Marcovitch, S. (2018). Cognition
Lapan, C. & Boseovski, J. J. (2017). Early Childhood Research Quarterly
Boseovski, J. J., Marble, K. E., & Hughes, C. (2016). Social Development.
Lapan, C., Boseovski, J.J., & Blincoe, S. (2016). Merrill Palmer Quarterly, 62(1), 22-47.
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