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Kenneth W. Spence grad student 1951 University of Iowa
 (An investigation of the relative effects of verbal and nonverbal responses in mediating an instrumental act.)


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Gail S. Goodman grad student
Katherine Johnson Nelson grad student UCLA
Patricia Goldman-Rakic grad student 1963 UCLA
Marshall Myron Haith grad student 1964 UCLA
Leslie Cohen grad student 1968 UCLA
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Yu CM, Jeffrey WHF, Zhang Q, et al. (2005) Tissue Doppler echocardiographic evidence of atrial mechanical dysfunction in coronary artery disease International Journal of Cardiology. 105: 178-185
Jeffrey WE. (1986) Editorial Cognitive Development. 1
Zelniker T, Jeffrey WE. (1976) Reflective and impulsive children: strategies of information processing underlying differences in problem solving. Monographs of the Society For Research in Child Development. 41: 1-59
Kopp CB, Sigman M, Parmelee AH, et al. (1975) Neurological organization and visual fixation in infants at 40 weeks conceptional age. Developmental Psychobiology. 8: 165-70
Bausano MK, Jeffrey WE. (1975) Dimensional salience and judgments of bigness by three-year-old children. Child Development. 46: 988-91
Moely BE, Jeffrey WE. (1974) The effect of organization training on children's free recall of category items Child Develop.. 45: 135-143
Sigman M, Kopp CB, Parmelee AH, et al. (1973) Visual attention and neurological organization in neonates. Child Development. 44: 461-6
Greitzer G, Jeffrey WE. (1973) Negative effects of the pretest in training conservation of length Developmental Psychology. 9: 435
Zelniker T, Jeffrey WE, Ault R, et al. (1972) Analysis and modification of search strategies of impulsive and reflective children on the Matching Familiar Figures Test. Child Development. 43: 321-35
Ault RL, Crawford DE, Jeffrey WE. (1972) Visual scanning strategies of reflective, impulsive, fast-accurate, and slow-inaccurate children on the Matching Familiar Figures Test. Child Development. 43: 1412-7
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