The Developmental Brown Bag (DBB) is a speaker series dedicated to investigating developmental origins, trajectories and mechanisms. Speakers consider development from a cognitive, social, and cultural perspective.
The DBB takes place on Mondays from 12pm-1:30pm in Metcalf Research Building, Room 305 (Dome room).
Talks are open to all members of the Brown community.
Sept 12: Mariel Goddu, Harvard University: Play: A computational perspective
Sept 19: Idea Blitz
Oct 3: Dave Sobel, Brown University: Perspectives on children's prosocial behavior
Oct 17: Roman Feiman, Brown University: Not as hard as it looks? Disentangling cognitive and input factors in the acquisition of negation
Oct 24: Kimberly Cuevas, University of Connecticut: Neural and Behavioral Building Blocks of Early Social and Cognitive Processes
Nov 7: Dan Swingley, University of Pennsylvania: Rethinking the developmental pathway of early infant language learning
Nov 14: Kathleen Corriveau, Boston University: Variability in caregiver-child interaction impacts young children's STEM learning and persistence
Nov 21: Mahalia Prater Fahey, Brown University: When is my effort worthwhile? How does learned efficacy influence the allocation of cognitive control during development.
Dec 5: Jazyln Nketia, Brown University: The Unique Adaptability of Working Memory to Both Positive and Negative Environmental Experiences
Apr. 10: Pablo Leon Villagra: Brown University: TBD
Apr. 17: Mika Asaba: Yale University: TBD
Apr. 24: Ilona Bass: Yale University: TBD
May 1: Tara Mandalaywala: University of Masschusetts: Do you see what I see?: Automatic encoding of social categories across childhood
Feb. 7 : Laurel Gabard-Durnam, Northeastern University: Sensitive periods in human neurodevelopment
Feb. 28: Julia Leonard, Yale University: Social influences on children’s persistence
Mar. 7: Carrie Palmquist, Amherst College: Judging a book by its cover: Origins and implications of face-based inference-making
Mar. 14: Elizabeth Bonawitz, Harvard University: How Social Information Shapes Inferences in Early Childhood
Mar. 21: Florenica Anggoro, College of the Holy Cross: Designing Cognitive Supports for Children's Science Learning
Apr. 4: Shari Liu, MIT: Neural and developmental origins of social intelligence
Apr. 11: Julia Marshall, Boston College: The Early Pursuit of Third-Party Punishment
Apr. 25: Katherine Tillman, University of Texas at Austin: Children’s concepts of the past and future