Rachel Barr
Rachel Barr
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Developmental changes in deferred imitation by 6-to 24-month-old infants
R Barr, A Dowden, H Hayne
Infant behavior and development 19 (2), 159-170, 1996
5641996
Developmental changes in imitation from television during infancy
R Barr, H Hayne
Child development 70 (5), 1067-1081, 1999
4251999
The development of declarative memory in human infants: age-related changes in deffered imitation.
H Hayne, J Boniface, R Barr
Behavioral neuroscience 114 (1), 77, 2000
2672000
Age, ethnicity, and socioeconomic patterns in early computer use: A national survey
SL Calvert, VJ Rideout, JL Woolard, RF Barr, GA Strouse
American Behavioral Scientist 48 (5), 590-607, 2005
2432005
Developmental changes in the specificity of memory over the second year of life
H Hayne, S MacDonald, R Barr
Infant Behavior and Development 20 (2), 233-245, 1997
2091997
Transfer of learning between 2D and 3D sources during infancy: Informing theory and practice
R Barr
Developmental Review 30 (2), 128-154, 2010
1892010
Fathers are parents, too! Widening the lens on parenting for children's development
NJ Cabrera, BL Volling, R Barr
Child Development Perspectives 12 (3), 152-157, 2018
1762018
Infants' attention and responsiveness to television increases with prior exposure and parental interaction
R Barr, E Zack, A Garcia, P Muentener
Infancy 13 (1), 30-56, 2008
1632008
The effect of repetition on imitation from television during infancy
R Barr, P Muentener, A Garcia, M Fujimoto, V Chávez
Developmental Psychobiology 49 (2), 196-207, 2007
1602007
Age‐related changes in deferred imitation from television by 6‐to 18‐month‐olds
R Barr, P Muentener, A Garcia
Developmental Science 10 (6), 910-921, 2007
1572007
Infant imitation from television using novel touch screen technology
E Zack, R Barr, P Gerhardstein, K Dickerson, AN Meltzoff
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 27 (1), 13-26, 2009
1562009
Infant and early childhood exposure to adult-directed and child-directed television programming: Relations with cognitive skills at age four
R Barr, A Lauricella, E Zack, SL Calvert
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 21-48, 2010
1532010
It's not what you know, it's who you know: Older siblings facilitate imitation during infancy
R Barr, H Hayne
International Journal of Early Years Education 11 (1), 7-21, 2003
1512003
Memory constraints on infant learning from picture books, television, and touchscreens
R Barr
Child Development Perspectives 7 (4), 205-210, 2013
1402013
Age-related changes in imitation: Implications for memory development.
R Barr, H Hayne
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2000
1352000
Parent–child interactions during traditional and computer storybook reading for children’s comprehension: implications for electronic storybook design
AR Lauricella, R Barr, SL Calvert
International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction 2 (1), 17-25, 2014
1242014
Influence of bilingualism on memory generalization during infancy
N Brito, R Barr
Developmental science 15 (6), 812-816, 2012
1072012
They can interact, but can they learn? Toddlers’ transfer learning from touchscreens and television
A Moser, L Zimmermann, K Dickerson, A Grenell, R Barr, P Gerhardstein
Journal of experimental child psychology 137, 137-155, 2015
97*2015
Socioeconomic disparities in neurocognitive development in the first two years of life
KG Noble, LE Engelhardt, NH Brito, LJ Mack, EJ Nail, J Angal, R Barr, ...
Developmental psychobiology 57 (5), 535-551, 2015
942015
The effect of event structure on imitation in infancy: Practice makes perfect?
R Barr, H Hayne
Infant Behavior and Development 19 (2), 253-257, 1996
881996
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