and Brain Sciences
Dr. Susan Jones
jones1 [at] indiana.edu
lab: Infant Communication Lab
Early object name learning; development of imitation; infant smiling
B.A., McGill University
M.S., University of Dublin
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Areas of Study
- Cognitive Development in Infancy
- Early object name learning; development of imitation; infant smiling.
in press - Jones, S.S. “Imitation in infancy: The development of mimicry”. Psychological Science,
2006 - Jones, S.S. Exploration or imitation? The effect of music on 4-week-old infants’ tongue protrusions”. Infant Behavior & Development, 29(1), 126-130.
2005 - Jones, S.S. & Hong, H-W. How some infant smiles get made. Infant Behavior & Development, 28 (2), 194-205.
2005 - Jones, S.S. “Why don’t apes ape more?” (pp. 297-301) and “The role of mirror neurons in imitation” (pp. 205-210". In S. Hurley & N. Chater (Eds.), Perspectives on imitation: From cognitive neuroscience to social science, Vol. 1. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 297-301.
2005 - Jones, S.S., & Smith, L.B. The effects of object name learning on object perception: A deficit in late talkers. Journal of Child Language, 32, 223-240.
2002 - Jones, S.S. & Smith, L.B. How children know the relevant properties for generalizing object names. Developmental Science, 5, 219-232.
2002 - Smith, L.B., Jones, S.S., Gershkoff-Stowe, L., & Samuelson, L. Object name learning provides on-the-job training for attention. Psychological Science, 13, 13-19.