Our own Merranda McLaughlin, lab manager of the Conceptual Development Lab, was featured on the University of Michigan home page. She is talking to a child that is participating in a study at the Living Lab site at the Ann Arbor Hands on Museum.
The University Record article, “Can white kids grow up to be black? Some preschoolers think so” discusses Steven Othello Roberts and Susan Gelman’s article in Developmental Psychology on whether preschoolers think that race is stable.
Graduate student, Steven O. Roberts, and Dr. Susan Gelman’s research on perceptions of multiracial children was featured on WEMU 89.1.
Michigan News featured the research of one of our graduate students, Steven O. Roberts, along with Dr. Susan Gelman on how adults and children perceive multiracial children.
In a forum in the Boston Review psychologists and humanists discuss the nature of luxury and why people are driven to purchase and own certain items. Dr. Paul Bloom begins the forum, and Dr. Susan Gelman is one of the responders.
Look at page 50 of LSA Magazine for an article on Dr. Susan Gelman’s research in the Conceptual Development Lab:
Susan Gelman has been selected to receive the 2016 G. Stanley Hall Award for Distinguished Contribution to Developmental Psychology from APA Division 7. This award is based on the scientific merit of the individual’s work, the importance of the work for opening up new empirical or theoretical areas of development psychology, and the importance of the individual’s work in linking developmental psychology with issues confronting the larger society or with other disciplines.