presentations & publications

Bold, italicized names are Peer Lab alumni

Italicized names (not bold) are Earlham students (but not Peer Lab alumni)

Praise

  • Perkins, E., Park, S., Estrada, L., & Reavis, R. (April, 2019). Adults’ preference for praise. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, held in Chicago, April 2019.

  • Reavis, R., Miller, S., Grimes, J., & Fomukong, A. (2018). Effort as person-focused praise: “Hard worker” has negative effects for adults after a failureJournal of Genetic Psychology, 179(3), 117-122. doi: 10.1080/00221325.2018.14411801

  • Ki, S.H., Khalifeh, L., Maganga, L., Perkins, E., Ross, M., Vieira, R., Wilson, A., & Reavis, R. (April, 2018). Person-focused praise (“hard worker”) does not influence growth mindset. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, held in Chicago, IL, April 2018.

  • Reavis, R., Miller, S., Khalifeh, L., Oxford-Jordan, K., Udo-Inyang, I., Fomukong, A., & McConnell Rogers, M. (April, 2017). The role of praise in fixed & growth mindset. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, held in Austin, Texas.

  • Reavis, R. (October, 2015). Growth mindset and praise. Invited talk given to Meridian Services in Richmond, Indiana. [This is a general lecture about this topic and not about our specific data.]

Living Lab

  • Ki, S.H., Maganga, L., Shin, Y., Reavis, R. (April, 2017). Living Lab at Earlham College. Poster presented at the annual Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference in Evansville, Indiana.

Peer Project

Thoughtful Friends Study

  • Miller, Reavis, R., & Nielsen, B. (2018). Associations between theory of mind, executive function, and friendship quality in middle childhood. Merrill Palmer Quarterly64(3), 397-426.

  • Miller, S., Avila, B., & Reavis, R. (May, 2016). The role of cognition in friendship quality. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, held in Chicago, IL.

  • Reavis, R.Galperin, O., Miller, S., Lewis, G., Tierney, M., & Nielsen, B. (March, 2015). Gender differences in Theory of Mind and peer relationships. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, held in Philadelphia.

  • Nielsen, B., Welch, C., Miller, S., & Reavis, R. (March, 2015). The relationship between executive function, friendship quality, and responses to friendship transgressions. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, held in Philadelphia.

Disgust

  • Vandenbrink, T., Miller, S., & Sparks, J. (April, 2017). Age and facial cues related to preschoolers’ understanding of disgust. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, held in Austin, Texas.

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