Associate Professor, Learning Sciences
Associate Professor, Psychology
- 2006 - Distinguished Teaching Award from the Undergraduate Psychology Association Northwestern University
- 2004 - Professor of the Month, Selected by the Greek Community / Panhellenic Council Vanderbilt University
- 2000 - McDonnell-Pew Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience Fellow, Dartmouth College
|1996||PhD, Developmental Psychology||Emory University|
|1993||MA, Cognitive Psychology||Emory University|
|1990||BA, Psychology||Reed College|
Selected PublicationsHespos, S.J., Dora, B., Rips, L., & Christie, S. (Working Paper/In Press/Under Review). Infants make quantity discriminations for substances. Child Development.
Hespos, S. J. (2010). What is optical imaging?. Journal of Cognition and Development: 3-15.
Ferry, A., Hespos, S.J., & Waxman, S. (2010). Categorization in 3- and 4-month-old Infants: An Advantage of Words Over Tones. Child Development: 472-479.
Research InterestsObject representation, number and spatial relationships.
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