Lynn S. Liben

Psychology Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Developmental Psychology, Military Studies, Gender Studies
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Rebecca Bigler grad student
Avron Spiro grad student 1972
Holleen R. Krogh grad student 2000 Penn State
Peony E. Fhagen-Smith grad student 2002 Penn State
Lacey J. Hilliard grad student 2012 Penn State
Craig D. Morrow grad student 2012 Penn State
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Hilliard LJ, Liben LS. (2019) Addressing Sexism With Children: Young Adults' Beliefs About Bias Socialization. Child Development
Coyle EF, Liben LS. (2016) Affecting Girls' Activity and Job Interests Through Play: The Moderating Roles of Personal Gender Salience and Game Characteristics. Child Development. 87: 414-28
Plummer JD, Bower CA, Liben LS. (2016) The role of perspective taking in how children connect reference frames when explaining astronomical phenomena International Journal of Science Education. 38: 345-365
Horn SS, Ruck MD, Liben LS. (2016) Preface Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 50: xi-xvi
Liben LS, Bigler RS. (2015) Understanding and Undermining the Development of Gender Dichotomies: The Legacy of Sandra Lipsitz Bem Sex Roles
Liben LS. (2015) Probability Values and Human Values in Evaluating Single-Sex Education Sex Roles. 72: 401-426
Bigler RS, Hayes AR, Liben LS. (2014) Analysis and evaluation of the rationales for single-sex schooling. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 47: 225-60
Liben LS, Coyle EF. (2014) Developmental interventions to address the STEM gender gap: exploring intended and unintended consequences. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 47: 77-115
Liben LS, Bigler RS. (2014) The role of gender in educational contexts and outcomes. Preface. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 47: xi-xiv
Quinn PC, Liben LS. (2014) A sex difference in mental rotation in infants: Convergent evidence Infancy. 19: 103-116
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