Vanessa Lobue

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
"Vanessa Lobue"
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Pérez-Edgar K, LoBue V, Buss KA, et al. (2021) Study Protocol: Longitudinal Attention and Temperament Study. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 12: 656958
Vallorani A, Fu X, Morales S, et al. (2021) Variable- and person-centered approaches to affect-biased attention in infancy reveal unique relations with infant negative affect and maternal anxiety. Scientific Reports. 11: 1719
Yang Y, LoBue V. (2020) The Child Affective Facial Expression Set Short Versions (CAFE-Ss): Development and Validation of Two Subsets of Children's Emotional Faces With Variability. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 599245
Pérez-Edgar K, Vallorani A, Buss KA, et al. (2020) Individual differences in infancy research: Letting the baby stand out from the crowd. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 25: 438-457
LoBue V, Reider LB, Kim E, et al. (2020) The importance of using multiple outcome measures in infant research. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 25: 420-437
Conrad M, Kim E, Blacker KA, et al. (2020) Using Storybooks to Teach Children About Illness Transmission and Promote Adaptive Health Behavior - A Pilot Study. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 942
Burris JL, Oleas D, Reider L, et al. (2019) Biased Attention to Threat: Answering Old Questions with Young Infants. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 28: 534-539
Hoemann K, Wu R, LoBue V, et al. (2019) Developing an Understanding of Emotion Categories: Lessons from Objects. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Fu X, Morales S, LoBue V, et al. (2019) Temperament moderates developmental changes in vigilance to emotional faces in infants: Evidence from an eye-tracking study. Developmental Psychobiology
LoBue V, Adolph KE. (2019) Fear in infancy: Lessons from snakes, spiders, heights, and strangers. Developmental Psychology. 55: 1889-1907
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