Samuel A Mehr

Affiliations: 
Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, CT, United States 
 University of Auckland, Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand 
Area:
cognitive science, music
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Parents

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Howard Gardner grad student
Jerome Kagan grad student
Steven Pinker grad student
Elizabeth S. Spelke grad student

Children

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Rachel Yan research assistant University of Michigan
Julie Youngers research assistant UBC
S. Atwood research assistant 2015-2019 Harvard
Constance M. Bainbridge research assistant 2018-2020 Harvard
Mila Bertolo grad student McGill
Eun Cho post-doc Haskins Laboratories
Courtney Hilton post-doc Haskins Laboratories
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Hilton CB, Crowley-de Thierry L, Yan R, et al. (2022) Children infer the behavioral contexts of unfamiliar foreign songs. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Hilton CB, Moser CJ, Bertolo M, et al. (2022) Acoustic regularities in infant-directed speech and song across cultures. Nature Human Behaviour
Gartstein MA, Seamon DE, Mattera JA, et al. (2022) Using machine learning to understand age and gender classification based on infant temperament. Plos One. 17: e0266026
Hilton CB, Mehr SA. (2022) Citizen science can help to alleviate the generalizability crisis. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 45: e21
Yan R, Jessani G, Spelke ES, et al. (2021) Across demographics and recent history, most parents sing to their infants and toddlers daily. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 376: 20210089
McMahon E, Kim D, Mehr SA, et al. (2021) The ability to predict actions of others from distributed cues is still developing in 6- to 8-year-old children. Journal of Vision. 21: 14
Bertolo M, Singh M, Mehr SA. (2021) Sound-induced motion in chimpanzees does not imply shared ancestry for music or dance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Bainbridge CM, Bertolo M, Youngers J, et al. (2020) Infants relax in response to unfamiliar foreign lullabies. Nature Human Behaviour
Mehr SA, Krasnow MM, Bryant GA, et al. (2020) Origins of music in credible signaling. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1-41
Sheskin M, Scott K, Mills CM, et al. (2020) Online Developmental Science to Foster Innovation, Access, and Impact. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
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