2002 Coverage

Patricia K. Kuhl & Andrew N. Meltzoff. Journey to the center of the brain. Santa Fe Institute Bulletin, Santa Fe Institute, Winter 2002.

Jean Decety & Thierry Chaminade. Sympathetic view. The Weekend Australian, Sydney, Australia, December 7, 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff & Patricia K. Kuhl. Forscherdrang im Kinderwagen [Researchers look to the stroller], by Donata Elschenbroich. Die Zeit (Berlin, Germany), November 21, 2002.

Rechele Brooks & Andrew N. Meltzoff(2002). The importance of eyes: How infants interpret adult looking behavior. Developmental Psychology, 38, 958-966. Media Coverage »

Patricia K. Kuhl. The evidence speaks well of bilingualism's effect on kids, by Judy Foreman. The Los Angeles Times, October 7, 2002.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Two tongues better than one, by Judy Foreman. The Boston Globe, September 10, 2002.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Strange but true, by Bill Sones and Richard Sones, Ph.D. (science Q & A column with brief about infants and linguistics). The Richmond Times, Virginia, September 5, 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff. Bright young things: Not just a pretty face, by Maureen Freely. The Observer, London, England, September 1, 2002.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Tot talk, by Sandra Y. Lee. Child Magazine, August 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff. Baby brain power dazzles researchers, by Mary Lane Gallagher. The Bellingham Herald, August 25-27, 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff. Learning is an everyday part of childs play, by Mary Lane Gallagher. The Bellingham Herald, August 25-27, 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff, Education reform zeroes in on preschool programs, by Mary Lane Gallagher. The Bellingham Herald. August 25-27, 2002.

Colleen Huebner. Getting a head start, by Lee Hochberg. The Newshour with Jim Lehrer, Public Broadcasting System (PBS), July 5, 2002.

Jean Decety & Thierry Chaminade. Brain function linked to sympathy, Surgery Door, surgerydoor.co.uk, London, England, June 12, 2002

Andrew N. Meltzoff. Falling in love, by Stacey Felsen. Parents Magazine/Baby special issue, June 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff. Parents, vous êtes le mellieur jouet jamais inventé pour votre bébé [Parents, you are the best toy ever invented for your baby]. Bébé-Femme Actuelle (French parenting magazine), May 2002.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Going ga-ga, by Deborah Smith. Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney, Australia, May 24, 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff. Random samples: Wordless memories, by Christian Heuss. Science, May 17, 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff. Inside the world of autism, by J. Madeline Nash. Time Magazine, May 6, 2002.

Pickering, S., & Repacholi, B. (2002). Modifying children's gender-typed musical instrument preferences: The effects of gender and age. Sex Roles, 45, 623-643. Media Coverage »

Patricia K. Kuhl. Evening hours: Let's dance, by Bill Cunningham (news brief about Patricia K. Kuhl's Women and Science address at Rockefeller University). The New York Times, New York.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Spanish-language radio interview with Julio Sanchez, La FM, Miami, Florida, April 2, 2002.

Jean Decety & Thierry Chaminade, Andrew N. Meltzoff. Knowing our imitations, by India Morrison. Trends in Cognitive Science, March 2002.

Andrew N. Meltzoff, Bart de Boer & Patricia Kuhl. Education: Mind Games, by Judith O'Reilly. Sunday Times, London, England, March 24, 2002.

Colette Bouchez. Baby, talk to me. Healthscout.com.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Baby talk does make sense. The Adelaide Advertiser. Adelaide, Australia.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Coochey-coo key to learning. The Hobart Mercury, Hobart, Australia.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Go gaga to stop. The Gold Coast Bulletin. Molendinar, Australia.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Babble makes babies speak up. Perth Sunday Times, Perth, Australia.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Baby talk is best way to develop. Western Mail & Echo, Cardiff, Wales.

Patricia K. Kuhl. The Baby's Brain and The Child's Brain, The Secret Life of the Brain documentary series, Public Broadcasting System (PBS), February 2002.

Jean Decety. La imitación es la base de la empatía [Imitation is the basis of empathy]. El Mercurio, Santiago, Chile, January 25, 2002.

Jean Decety & Thierry Chaminade. Brain areas involved in imitation identified, by Joel Schwarz. University Week, University of Washington, Seattle, January 24, 2002.

Patricia K. Kuhl. A coochy, coochy coo could help your baby learn to speak. Edinburgh Evening News, Edinburgh, Scotland, January 3, 2002.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Mummy-wummy's baby-talk does make sense. London Daily Mail. London, England.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Baby talk helps children learn to speak, by John von Radowitz. British Press Association wire story, London, England.

Patricia K. Kuhl. Hellooooo baaay-beee: Ickle computer like silly mummy's vowel sounds, by Eugenie Samuel. New Scientist.

Andrew N. Meltzoff. Scientific American Frontiers: Growing Up Different, with Alan Alda. Documentary series, Public Broadcasting System (PBS), January 2002. 

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