Stuart Marcovitch, Ph.D.

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University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Area:
Cognitive development, executive function
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Philip David Zelazo grad student 2001 University of Toronto
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Conrad M, Marcovitch S, Boseovski JJ. (2021) The friendly fossa: The effect of anthropomorphic language on learning about unfamiliar animals through both storybooks and live animal experiences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 201: 104985
Erb CD, Touron DR, Marcovitch S. (2020) Tracking the dynamics of global and competitive inhibition in early and late adulthood: Evidence from the flanker task. Psychology and Aging. 35: 729-743
Erb CD, McBride AG, Marcovitch S. (2019) Associative priming and conflict differentially affect two processes underlying cognitive control: Evidence from reaching behavior. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Erb CD, Marcovitch S. (2018) Tracking the Within-Trial, Cross-Trial, and Developmental Dynamics of Cognitive Control: Evidence From the Simon Task. Child Development
Erb CD, Marcovitch S. (2018) Deconstructing the Gratton effect: Targeting dissociable trial sequence effects in children, pre-adolescents, and adults. Cognition. 179: 150-162
Marcovitch S, O'Brien M, Calkins SD, et al. (2015) A Longitudinal Assessment of the Relation between Executive Function and Theory of Mind at 3, 4, and 5 Years. Cognitive Development. 33: 40-55
Miller SE, Marcovitch S. (2015) Examining executive function in the second year of life: coherence, stability, and relations to joint attention and language. Developmental Psychology. 51: 101-14
Marcovitch S, Clearfield MW, Swingler M, et al. (2015) Attentional Predictors of 5-month-olds' Performance on a Looking A-not-B Task Infant and Child Development
Nayena Blankson A, O’Brien M, Leerkes EM, et al. (2015) Do hours spent viewing television at ages 3 and 4 predict vocabulary and executive functioning at age 5? Merrill-Palmer Quarterly. 61: 264-289
Miller SE, Marcovitch S, Boseovski JJ, et al. (2015) Young children’s ability to use ordinal labels in a spatial search task Merrill-Palmer Quarterly. 61: 345-361
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