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Publications of Makeba P. Wilbourn    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. Kalia, V; Lane, PD; Wilbourn, MP (2018). Cognitive control and phonological awareness in the acquisition of second language vocabulary within the Spanish-English dual immersion context. Cognitive Development, 48, 176-189. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Ruba, AL; Wilbourn, MP; Ulrich, DM; Harris, LT (2018). Constructing emotion categorization: Insights from developmental psychology applied to a young adult sample.. Emotion, 18(7), 1043-1051. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Lucca, K; Wilbourn, MP (2018). Communicating to Learn: Infants' Pointing Gestures Result in Optimal Learning.. Child Development, 89(3), 941-960. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Ruba, AL; Johnson, KM; Harris, LT; Wilbourn, MP (2017). Developmental changes in infants' categorization of anger and disgust facial expressions.. Developmental Psychology, 53(10), 1826-1832. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Kalia, V; Wilbourn, MP; Ghio, K (2014). Better early or late? Examining the influence of age of exposure and language proficiency on executive function in early and late bilinguals. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 26(7), 699-713. [doi]
  6. Kuhn, LJ; Willoughby, MT; Wilbourn, MP; Vernon-Feagans, L; Blair, CB; Family Life Project Key Investigators, (2014). Early communicative gestures prospectively predict language development and executive function in early childhood.. Child Development, 85(5), 1898-1914. [doi]  [abs]
  7. Kalia, V; Wilbourn, MP; Ghio, K (2014). Better early or late? Examining the influence of age of exposure and language proficiency on executive function in early and late bilinguals. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 26(7), 699-713. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Kuhn, LJ; Willoughby, MT; Wilbourn, MP; Vernon-Feagans, L; Blair, CB (2014). Early communicative gestures prospectively predict language development and executive function in early childhood. Child Development, 85(5), 1898-1914. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Kuhn, L.J., Willoughby, M.T., Wilbourn, M.P., Vernon-Feagans, L., Blair, C.B., & the Family Life Project Investigations (in press). Early communicative gestures and language development prospectively predict executive function. Child Development.
  10. Kalia, V., Wilbourn, M.P, & Mitchell, C. (2013). Cultural differences in narratives and reading achievement in African American children.. Proceedings of the Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) 37, 37.  [abs]
  11. Wilbourn, MP; Sims, JP (2013). Get by with a little help from a word: Multimodal input facilitates 26-month-olds' ability to learn symbolic gestures as labels. Journal of Cognition and Development, 14(2), 250-269.
  12. Wilbourn, MP; Kurtz, LE; Kalia, V (2012). The Lexical Stroop Sort (LSS) picture-word task: a computerized task for assessing the relationship between language and executive functioning in school-aged children.. Behavior Research Methods, 44(1), 270-286. [21853409], [doi]  [abs]
  13. Robertson, SS; Watamura, SE; Wilbourn, MP (2012). Attentional dynamics of infant visual foraging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109(28), 11460-11464. [doi]  [abs]
  14. Wilbourn, MP; Gottfried, AW; Kee, DW (2011). Consistency of hand-preference across the early years: long-term relationship to verbal intelligence and reading achievement in girls.. Developmental Psychology, 47(4), 931-942. [21574699], [doi]  [abs]
  15. Wilbourn, MP; Kee, DW (2010). Henry the nurse is a doctor too: Implicitly examining children's gender stereotypes for male and female occupational roles. Sex Roles, 62(9), 670-683. [doi]  [abs]
  16. Wilbourn, MP; Casasola, M (2007). Discriminating signs: Perceptual precursors to acquiring a visual-gestural language. Infant Behavior & Development, 30(1), 153-160. [doi]  [abs]
  17. Casasola, M; Wilbourn, MP; Yang, S (2006). Can English-learning toddlers acquire and generalize a novel spatial word?. First Language, 26(2), 187-205. [doi]  [abs]
  18. Casasola, M; Wilbourn, MP (2004). 14-Month-old infants form novel word-spatial relation associations. Infancy, 6(3), 385-396.  [abs]
  19. Casasola, M; Wilbourn, MP (2004). Fourteen-month-old infants form novel word-spatial relation associations. Infancy, 6(3), 385-396.  [abs]

Chapters in Books

  1. Gottfried, A.W., Gottfried, A.E., Bathurst, K., Guerin, D.W., & Parramore, M.(2003). "Socioeconomic status in children’s development and family environment: Infancy through adolescence. In M. Bornstein & R. Bradley (Eds.)." Socioeconomic status, parenting, and child development. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  2. Hersberger, S., Marcoulides, G., & Parramore, M. (2002). "Introduction to structural equation modeling techniques. In Pugesek, B., Tomer, A., von Eye, A. (Eds.)." Structural equation modeling: Applications in ecological and evolutionary research. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

Articles Submitted

  1. Kalia, V; Wilbourn, MP (under review). Changing frames of reference: Language impacts cognition and memory in Indian bilinguals. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology.  [abs]
  2. Kalia, V; Wilbourn, MP; Ghio, K (under review). Age of second language acquisition and language proficiency interactively influence bilinguals’ cognition. Bilingualism: Cognition & Language.
  3. Wilbourn, MP; Casasola, M (invited revision under review). Hand me a cue: Developmental changes in infants’ associative word learning abilities. Developmental Psychology.

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