Today I was surprised with an invitation to present at the UPenn Common Ground Seminar in Language and Communication Sciences. Looking forward!
Reuter, T., Feiman, R. & Snedeker, J. (in press). Getting to no: Pragmatic and semantic factors in two- and three-year-olds’ understanding of negation. Child Development.
Here are my abstract and poster for SRCD 2017. This work is currently under review for publication, so stay tuned!
Here are my abstract and poster for CUNY 2017. Our experiment was a first attempt to test a direct, causal relation between prediction and learning. We find that prediction itself doesn't explain how children learn novel words, but 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds who predict and redirect attention toward the novel referent were more successful in learning. That being said, learning 12 … Continue reading CUNY 2017
I'm very pleased to announce that I've received an NSF graduate fellowship. If you'd like, you can read my research statement here. So many people helped me with this - my advisors, my labmates, and the other students in my writing workshop - and I owe them a huge debt of gratitude. Their support and critical feedback really … Continue reading NSF success!
Here's what my Introductory Psychology students (mostly freshmen) had to say: "Tracy Reuter was absolutely fantastic. She made the topics really interesting and relevant, and she was ALWAYS within reach (email, phone, in-person) if we ever had any questions. She is a fantastic teacher and anyone would be lucky to have her. I can't stress … Continue reading princeton teaching evaluations
Laura likes graphs. She's 4.