Erik Blaser

University of Massachusetts, Boston, Boston, MA 
"Erik Blaser"
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Timothy G. Shepard research assistant 2005-2007 U Mass Boston
Luke Glenn Eglington research assistant 2011-2013 U Mass Boston
Theodros M Haile research assistant 2014-2016 U Mass Boston
Maha Ramamurthy grad student U Mass Boston
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Cheng C, Kaldy Z, Blaser E. (2019) Two-year-olds succeed at MIT: Multiple identity tracking in 20- and 25-month-old infants. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 187: 104649
Freschl J, Melcher D, Kaldy Z, et al. (2019) Visual temporal integration windows are adult-like in 5- to 7-year-old children. Journal of Vision. 19: 5
Smith H, Carter AS, Blaser E, et al. (2019) Successful attentional set-shifting in 2-year-olds with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. Plos One. 14: e0213903
Cheng C, Kaldy Z, Blaser E. (2019) Focused attention predicts visual working memory performance in 13-month-old infants: A pupillometric study. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 36: 100616
Ramamurthy M, Blaser E. (2018) Assessing the kaleidoscope of monocular deprivation effects. Journal of Vision. 18: 14
Kibbe MM, Kaldy Z, Blaser E. (2018) Rules infants look by: Testing the assumption of transitivity in visual salience. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 23: 156-172
Ramamurthy M, Blaser E. (2017) New rules for visual selection: Isolating procedural attention. Journal of Vision. 17: 18
Király I, Takács S, Kaldy Z, et al. (2016) Preschoolers have better long-term memory for rhyming text than adults. Developmental Science
Kaldy Z, Guillory SB, Blaser E. (2015) Delayed Match Retrieval: a novel anticipation-based visual working memory paradigm. Developmental Science
Kaldy Z, Guillory SB, Blaser E. (2015) Delayed Match Retrieval: A novel anticipation-based visual working memory paradigm Developmental Science
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