NSF HCI-Related Awards for FY 1996
Human Cognition and Perception Program
- Susan Carey, MIT, Ontology and Quantification in Early Childhood.
- W. Friedman, Oberlin College, Arrows of Time in Infancy.
- R. Golinkiff, University of Delaware; and K. Hirsh-Pasek, Temple University, Collaborative Research: The Origins of Word Learning.
- J. Mandler & L. McDonough, University of California, Early Conceptual Development.
- J. Myers, University of Massachusetts, Collaborative Research: Comprehension Processes During Reading.
- N. Newcombe, Temple University, Collaborative Research: Development of Spatial Coding.
- H. Noice, Augustana College, Long-term Verbatim Memory for Complex Material When Retrieved by Verbal and Motoric Cues.
- E. O'Brien, University of New Hampshire, Collaborative Research: Comprehension Processes During Reading.
- L. Rips, Northwestern University, Cognition in Informal Reasoning.
- S. Dubois, Louisiana State University, Sociolinguistic Survey of Cajun French.
- J. Errington, Yale University, Dissertation Research: Language and Social Change in Post-Apartheid South Africa.
- J. Kegl, H. Poizner, Rutgers University, Emergence of a Sign Language in Nicaragua.
- W. Wolfram, North Carolina State University, Dissertation Research: The Role of Southern Vowels in Ethnic Diversity.
- A. Aron & E. Aron, SUNY, Effect of Exciting Shared Activities on Relationship Satisfaction.
- M. Clark, Carnegie Mellon University, Distributive Justice Norms in Marriages.
- K. Craig, University of Illinois, Impact of Solo Arrangements in Task-Oriented Groups.
- D. Gorman-Smith, P. Tolan, & D. Henry, University of Illinois, Community, Neighborhood, and Family Influences on the Development of Innercity Minority Youth.
- J. Greenberg, University of Arizona, Collaborative Research: Exploration of the Breadth, Moderation, and Mediation of Mortality Salience Effects.
- T. Pyszczynski, University of Colorado, Collaborative Research: Exploration of the Breadth, Moderation, and Mediation of Mortality Salience Effects.
- J. Suls, University of Iowa, Social Comparison Proxy Model for Ability Self-Evaluation.
- E. Tronick, M. Weinberg, M. Beeghly, & K. Olson, Childrenžs Hospital Corp., Gender Differences in Infants' and Parents' Social Interactions.
- B. Vaughn, Auburn University, Family Relationships, Social Ecologies, and Daily Life Events as Supports for Social Competence in School-Age Children.
- J. Vondra, University of Pittsburgh, Social Pathways to Competence Among Children at Risk.
- G. Weary, Ohio State University, Future-Event Schemas and Attributional Inferences.
- W. Wood, Texas A&M University, A Self-Definitional Model of Social Influence.