Study Findings #2

Here is some of our published research! 


Krok, W., Norton, E. S., Harriott, E., Buccheit, M. K., Wakschlag, L. S., & Hadley, P. (in press, 2022). Using animated action scenes to remotely assess sentence diversity in toddlers. Topics in Language Disorders. 


Norton, E. S., Manning, B. L., Harriott, E., Nikolaeva, J., Nyabingi, O., Fredian, K., Page, J., 

McWeeny, S., Krogh-Jespersen, S., MacNeill, L., & Wakschlag, L. (2022). Social EEG: A novel approach to studying brain-behavior links and brain-to-brain synchrony during naturalistic toddler-parent interactions.Developmental Psychobiology. 


Krogh-Jespersen, S., MacNeill, L., Anderson, E. L., Stroup, H. E., Harriott, E. M., Gut, E., Blum, A., Fareedi, E., Fredian, K. M., Wert, S., Wakschlag, L. S., & Norton, E. S. (2022). Disruption leads to methodological and analytic innovation in developmental sciences: recommendations for remote administration and dealing with messy data.Frontiers in Psychology. 


Manning, B. L., Roberts, M. Y., Estabrook, R., Petitclerc, A., Burns, J., Briggs-Gowan, M., Wakschlag, L. S., & Norton, E. S. (2019). Relations between toddler expressive language and temper tantrums in a community sample. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology.