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Human Development Graduate Group

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    Rosemarie Kraft

    Professor of Human Development and Family Studies
    At UCD since:
    Interests: Biological, Cognitive, Family, School
    Life Phases: Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, Adulthood

  • Research Interests
    Individual difference in the development of information cognitive style; Learning, memory, short term memory and laterality development.

    Selected Publications

    Kraft, R. Harter; Harper, Lawrence V.; Nickel, Laurie D. (1995). Stability and ear advantage for dichotically presented environmental sound stimuli: Development during early childhood. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 80 :611-624.

    Kraft, R. Harter; Nickel, Laurie D. (1995). Sex-related differences in cognition: Development during early childhood. Learning & Individual Differences, 7 :249-271.

    Harper, Lawrence V.; Kraft, R. Harter. (1994). Longitudinal change of ear advantage for receptive language function in 21/2- to 9-year-old children. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 79 :1091-1102.

    Roberts, Theresa A.; Kraft, R. Harter. (1989). Developmental differences in the relationship between reading comprehension and hemispheric alpha patterns: An EEG study. Journal of Educational Psychology, 81 :322-328.

    Wilcox, Teresa; Kraft, R. Harter. (1989). Lateral differences in schematic face encoding during dual-task performance with increasing levels of difficulty. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 68 :767-778.