Sabine Doebel, Ph.D.

Child Psychology University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Cognitive development, executive function
"Sabine Doebel"
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Philip David Zelazo grad student 2014 UMN
 (Language and Conflict Detection in the Development of Executive Function.)
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Doebel S, Stucke NJ, Pang S. (2022) Kindchenschema and cuteness elicit interest in caring for and playing with young children, but less so when children are masked. Scientific Reports. 12: 11903
Stucke NJ, Stoet G, Doebel S. (2022) What Are the Kids Doing? Exploring Young Children's Activities at Home and Relations with Externally Cued Executive Function and Child Temperament. Developmental Science
Doebel S. (2020) Rethinking Executive Function and its Development. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 1745691620904771
Doebel S, Munakata Y. (2018) Group Influences on Engaging Self-Control: Children Delay Gratification and Value It More When Their In-Group Delays and Their Out-Group Doesn't. Psychological Science. 956797617747367
Doebel S, Dickerson JP, Hoover JD, et al. (2017) Using language to get ready: Familiar labels help children to engage proactive control. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 166: 147-159
Doebel S, Barker JE, Chevalier N, et al. (2017) Getting ready to use control: Advances in the measurement of young children's use of proactive control. Plos One. 12: e0175072
Doebel S, Zelazo PD. (2016) Seeing conflict and engaging control: Experience with contrastive language benefits executive function in preschoolers. Cognition. 157: 219-226
Doebel S, Rowell SF, Koenig MA. (2016) Young Children Detect and Avoid Logically Inconsistent Sources: The Importance of Communicative Context and Executive Function. Child Development
Doebel S, Zelazo PD. (2015) A meta-analysis of the Dimensional Change Card Sort: Implications for developmental theories and the measurement of executive function in children. Developmental Review : Dr. 38: 241-268
Doebel S, Zelazo PD. (2013) Bottom-up and top-down dynamics in young children's executive function: Labels aid 3-year-olds' performance on the Dimensional Change Card Sort. Cognitive Development. 28: 222-232
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