Jeffrey T. Coldren, PhD

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Psychology Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Development
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Coldren JT. (2013) Cognitive Control Predicts Academic Achievement in Kindergarten Children Mind, Brain, and Education. 7: 40-48
Coldren JT, Colombo J. (2009) Attention as a cueing function during kindergarten children's dimensional change task performance Infant and Child Development. 18: 441-454
Coldren JT, Halloran C. (2003) Spatial reversal as a measure of executive functioning in children with autism. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 164: 29-41
Coldren JT, Haaf RA. (2000) Asymmetries in infants' attention to the presence or absence of features. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 161: 420-34
Coldren JT, Haaf RA. (1999) Priority of processing components of visual stimuli by 6-month-old infants Infant Behavior and Development. 22: 131-135
Haaf RA, Lundy BL, Coldren JT. (1996) Attention, recognition, and the effects of stimulus context in 6-month-old infants Infant Behavior and Development. 19: 93-106
Colombo J, Freeseman LJ, Coldren JT, et al. (1995) Individual differences in infant fixation duration: Dominance of global versus local stimulus properties Cognitive Development. 10: 271-285
Coldren JT, Colombo J. (1994) The nature and processes of preverbal learning: implications from nine-month-old infants' discrimination problem solving. Monographs of the Society For Research in Child Development. 59: 1-75; discussion 76-
Freeseman LJ, Colombo J, Coldren JT. (1993) Individual differences in infant visual attention: four-month-olds' discrimination and generalization of global and local stimulus properties. Child Development. 64: 1191-203
Colombo J, Mitchell DW, Coldren JT, et al. (1991) Individual differences in infant visual attention: are short lookers faster processors or feature processors? Child Development. 62: 1247-57
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