2011 Media Coverage

Patricia K. Kuhl. Hearing Bilingual: How Babies Sort Out Language, By Perri Klass, M.D, The New York Times, October 10, 2011.

Patricia K. Kuhl. What We Can Learn From the Brains of Babies, By John Hockenberry, NPR, September 30, 2011.

Gina Lebedeva. Preparing for Kindergarten: Is Your Child Ready... Or Not?, By Chera Prideaux, Parent Map, September 27, 2011.

Patricia K. Kuhl & Andrew N. MeltzoffSome thoughts on Education Nation, By John Merrow, Taking Note, September 28, 2011.

Patricia K. Kuhl & Andrew N. MeltzoffI-LABS Research Featured for the 2011 Education Nation Summit in New York City, Education Nation, NBC News, New York, NY. September 26th, 2011.

Garcia-Sierra, A., Rivera-Gaxiola, M., Percaccio, C. R., Conboy, B. T., Romo, H., Klarman, L., Ortiz, S., & Kuhl, P. K. (2011) Bilingual language learning: An ERP study relating early brain responses to speech, language input, and later word productionJournal of Phonetics39, 546-557.
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Patricia K. KuhlRecognizing voices harder for people with dyslexia, By Lauran Neergaard, KOMO/AP, August 2, 2011.

Rechele Brooks, Talk to me, by Anita Sethi, Ph.D., Babytalk, June/July, 2011.

Dario Cvencek & Andrew N MeltzoffCultural Stereotypes Steer Girls Away from Math, by Molly McElroy, UW Columns Magazine, June 19, 2011.

Gina Lebedeva, Look who's cooing: Help foster your baby's language skills, by Kathryn Russell Selk, Parentmap, May 27, 2011.

Dario Cvencek. Persuading girls to count on math. Chicago Tribune. (2011, May 11)

Gina Lebedeva, Invest Northwest with Sean OwsleyKHQ Spokane Washington, May 8, 2011.

Being Bilingual May Boost Your Brain Power, By Gretchen Cuda-Kroen, NPR, April 26, 2011.

Patricia K. Kuhl, Andrew N. Meltzoff, & Gina LebedevaStudies on development inform push for early learning, By Kevin Graman, The Spokesman-Review, April 17, 2011.

Patricia K. Kuhl, Andrew N. Meltzoff, & Gina LebedevaUW brain scientists to study foster children, By Kevin Graman, Seattle Times, April 17, 2011.

Dario Cvencek. Math is for boys? Children absorb stereotypes by second grade from http://moms.today.com/ (2011, March 28).

Dario Cvencek. UW study examines math gender gap. from http://www.mynorthwest.com/ (2011, March 28).

Dario Cvencek. Kids develop math stereotypes in second grade, UW study finds from http://www.kplu.org/ (2011, March 21)

Dario Cvencek. Early Learning tips – Encourage a love of math for boys and girls. from http://earlylearning.org/ (2011, March 15).

Dario Cvencek. ‘Maths for boys’ stereotype develops early. The Times of India. (2011, March 15).

Dario Cvencek. ‘Math is for boys’ stereotype still alive. The Washington Post. (2011, March 15).

Gina Lebedeva. Health Matters TV show: "Our Kids Our Business Edition:" A one hour live call-in show.

Dario Cvencek, Andrew N. Meltzoff, & Anthony G. Greenwald. (2011). Math–Gender Stereotypes in Elementary School ChildrenChild Development, 82, 776-779. More Coverage | Article Reprint

Andrew N. MeltzoffWatson plays 'Jeopardy!' well, but what else can it do?, By Dan Vergano, USA Today, February 17, 2011.

Patricia K. Kuhl & Andrew N. MeltzoffStory Festival provides tools for valley educators, parents, By Jeanne McGovern, Post Independent, February 5, 2011.