Koleen C. McCrink, PhD

Psychology Barnard College, New York, NY, United States 
Developmental Psychology
"Koleen McCrink"
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Karen Wynn grad student 2007 Yale
 (Mathematical operations in infancy and adulthood.)


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Pierre Pica collaborator 2016- Barnard College
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Dunn H, Bernstein N, de Hevia MD, et al. (2019) Operational momentum for magnitude ordering in preschool children and adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 179: 260-275
Göbel SM, McCrink K, Fischer MH, et al. (2017) Observation of directional storybook reading influences young children's counting direction. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 166: 49-66
McCrink K, Caldera C, Shaki S. (2017) The Early Construction of Spatial Attention: Culture, Space, and Gesture in Parent-Child Interactions. Child Development
Rugani R, McCrink K, de Hevia MD, et al. (2016) Ratio abstraction over discrete magnitudes by newly hatched domestic chicks (Gallus gallus). Scientific Reports. 6: 30114
McCrink K, Shaki S. (2016) Culturally inconsistent spatial structure reduces learning. Acta Psychologica. 169: 20-6
McCrink K, Spelke ES. (2015) Non-symbolic division in childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 142: 66-82
McCrink K, Galamba J. (2015) The impact of symbolic and non-symbolic quantity on spatial learning. Plos One. 10: e0119395
McCrink K, Opfer JE. (2014) Development of Spatial-Numerical Associations. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 23: 439-445
McCrink K, Shaki S, Berkowitz T. (2014) Culturally-Driven Biases in Preschoolers' Spatial Search Strategies for Ordinal and Non-Ordinal Dimensions. Cognitive Development. 30: 1-14
Knops A, Zitzmann S, McCrink K. (2013) Examining the presence and determinants of operational momentum in childhood. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 325
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