October 12-14, 2017: I’ll present a poster on children’s understanding of time and causality at the Cognitive Development Society meeting in Portland, OR.
August 29-31, 2017: I’ll attend the NSF-funded workshop on “How the Brain Got Language” at UCSD.
July 26-29, 2017: I gave two talks about time and space at the 39th annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society, in London! One of them was in a symposium I organized, on the development of temporal cognition.
June 29-July 1, 2017: I spoke about kids’ sensitivity to the spatial layout of images representing events, at the Society for Philosophy and Psychology annual meeting, at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
June 12-13, 2017: I participated in a workshop on “The Ontogenetic Origins of Combinatorial Thought” at UCSD.
May 16, 2017: I defended my dissertation, “Constructing the concept of time: Roles of perception, language, and culture“, at the Psychology Department at UCSD. (!!!!)
April 6-9, 2017: I gave a talk on how kids learn number words, at the Society for Research in Child Development meeting, in Austin.
February 15, 2017: I gave a talk about the development of time concepts at the Psychology Dept. at the University of Texas at Austin.
January 2017: Our new paper on how kids learn deictic time words like “tomorrow” and “yesterday” came out in Cognitive Psychology!
Nov. 9, 2016: I gave a talk about time words in Stanford’s Developmental Brownbag.