Monica Tsethlikai, Ph.D.

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2005 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
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Andrea Greenhoot grad student 2005 University of Kansas
 (The influence of conflicting perspectives on children's story recall.)
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Morgan C, Sibthorp J, Tsethlikai M. (2016) Fostering Self-Regulation Skills in Youth: Examining the Effects of a Mentoring Curriculum in a Summer Recreation Program Leisure Sciences. 1-18
Tsethlikai M. (2015) The cultural patterning of cognitive development: Commentary on Allen and Lalonde Human Development. 58: 97-102
Tsethlikai M, Rogoff B. (2013) Involvement in traditional cultural practices and American Indian children's incidental recall of a folktale. Developmental Psychology. 49: 568-78
Galliher RV, Tsethlikai MM, Stolle D. (2012) Perspectives of Native and Non-Native Scholars: Opportunities for Collaboration Child Development Perspectives. 6: 66-74
Tsethlikai M. (2011) An exploratory analysis of American Indian children's cultural engagement, fluid cognitive skills, and standardized verbal IQ scores. Developmental Psychology. 47: 192-202
Tsethlikai M. (2010) The influence of a friend's perspective on American Indian children's recall of previously misconstrued events. Developmental Psychology. 46: 1481-96
Tsethlikai M, Peyton V, O'Brien M. (2007) Exploring maternal social perceptions and child aggression among urban American Indians. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research (Online). 14: 63-84
Tsethlikai M, Greenhoot AF. (2006) The influence of another's perspective on children's recall of previously misconstrued events. Developmental Psychology. 42: 732-45
Greenhoot AF, Tsethlikai M, Wagoner BJ. (2006) The relations between children's past experiences, social knowledge, and memories for social situations Journal of Cognition and Development. 7: 313-340
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