Elizabeth Ann Simpson, B.A., M.S., Ph.D.

2015- Psychology University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
social cognition, face perception, evolutionary psychology
"Elizabeth Simpson"

My work focuses on understanding social cognitive development, including the ultimate and proximate mechanisms that shape individual differences in social perception.

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Maylott SE, Paukner A, Ahn YA, et al. (2020) Human and monkey infant attention to dynamic social and nonsocial stimuli. Developmental Psychobiology
Simpson EA, Robinson LM, Paukner A. (2019) Infant rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) personality and subjective well-being. Plos One. 14: e0226747
Simpson EA, Maylott SE, Lazo RJ, et al. (2019) Social touch alters newborn monkey behavior. Infant Behavior & Development. 57: 101368
Simpson EA, Maylott SE, Mitsven SG, et al. (2019) Face detection in 2- to 6-month-old infants is influenced by gaze direction and species. Developmental Science. e12902
Simpson EA, Maylott SE, Leonard K, et al. (2019) Face detection in infants and adults: Effects of orientation and color. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 186: 17-32
Simpson EA, Paukner A, Pedersen EJ, et al. (2018) Visual preferences for direct-gaze faces in infant macaques (Macaca mulatta) with limited face exposure. Developmental Psychobiology
Meltzoff AN, Murray L, Simpson E, et al. (2018) Eliciting Imitation in Early Infancy. Developmental Science. e12738
Wooddell LJ, Simpson EA, Murphy AM, et al. (2018) Interindividual differences in neonatal sociality and emotionality predict juvenile social status in rhesus monkeys. Developmental Science. e12749
Festante F, Vanderwert RE, Sclafani V, et al. (2018) EEG beta desynchronization during hand goal-directed action observation in newborn monkeys and its relation to the emergence of hand motor skills. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 30: 142-149
Simpson EA, Maylott SE, Heimann M, et al. (2017) Animal studies help clarify misunderstandings about neonatal imitation. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e400
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