William Kessen

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
infant development
"William Kessen"

Ph.D. in psychology from Yale University in 1952

Mean distance: 15.29 (cluster 20)
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Gregory Kimble grad student 1952 Yale
Kaethe Maria Wolf post-doc Yale (PsychTree)


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Marc H Bornstein grad student (LinguisTree)
Douglas Frye grad student KIng's College London, Yale University CT USA
Katherine Nelson grad student Yale (PsychTree)
Arnold  J. Sameroff grad student 1961-1964 Yale
Philip Salapatek grad student 1967 Yale
Twila Tardif grad student 1990-1993 Yale (LinguisTree)
Marshall Myron Haith post-doc 1966 Yale


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George Mandler collaborator 1951-1999 Yale
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Mayes LC, Kessen W. (1989) Maturational changes in measures of habituation Infant Behavior and Development. 12: 437-450
Kessen W, Levine J, Wendrich KA. (1979) The imitation of pitch in infants Infant Behavior and Development. 2: 93-99
Kessen W, Bornstein MH. (1978) Discriminability of brightness change for infants. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 25: 526-30
Bornstein MH, Kessen W, Weiskopf S. (1976) Color vision and hue categorization in young human infants. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 2: 115-29
Bornstein MH, Kessen W, Weiskopf S. (1976) The categories of hue in infancy. Science (New York, N.Y.). 191: 201-2
Salapatek P, Kessen W. (1973) Prolonged investigation of a plane geometric triangle by the human newborn. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 15: 22-9
Kessen W, Salapatek P, Haith M. (1972) The visual response of the human newborn to linear contour. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 13: 9-20
Collins D, Kessen W, Haith M. (1972) Note on an attempt to replicate a relation between stimulus unpredictability and infant attention. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 13: 1-8
Salapatek P, Haith M, Maurer D, et al. (1972) Error in the corneal-reflection technique: a note on Slater and Findlay. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 14: 493-9
Haith MM, Kessen W, Collins D. (1969) Response of the human infant to level of complexity of intermittent visual movement. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 7: 52-69
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