Lessons in Being

“…faced with new mysteries, I suspect I tried to use whatever tools had worked for me in the past.” Carol O. Eckerman


Publications


Journal Articles

Brown, A., Osterhout, C., & Voss, J. H.  (1962).  The effects of one probabilistic verbal association upon the concomitant acquisition of a second association.  Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1, 48-53.

McCraken, J., Osterhout, C., & Voss, J. H.  (1962).  Effects of instructions in probability learning.  Journal of  Experimental Psychology, 64, 267-271.

Salzinger, K., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1967).   Grammar and the recall of chains of verbal responses.  Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 6, 232-239.

Eckerman, C. O.  (1969).  Probability of reinforcement and the development of stimulus control. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 12, 551-559.

Rheingold, H. L., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1969).  The infant's free entry into a new environment.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 8, 271-283.

Rheingold, H. L., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1970).  The infant separates himself from his mother.  Science, 168, 78-83.

Rheingold, H. L., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1971).  Familiar social and nonsocial stimuli and the kittens response to a strange environment.  Developmental Psychobiology, 4, 71-89.

Eckerman, C. O., Rheingold, H. L., & Helwig, R. A.  (1971).   A laboratory for developmental psychologists.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 11, 54-62. 

Corter, C. M., Rheingold, H. L., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1972).  Toys delay the infants following of his mother.  Developmental Psychology, 6, 138-145.

Ross, H. S., Rheingold, H. L., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1972).  Approach and exploration of  a novel alternative by 12-month-old infants.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 13, 85-93.

Eckerman, C. O., & Rheingold, H. L.  (1974).  Infants exploratory responses to toys and people.  Developmental Psychology, 10, 255-259.

Eckerman, C. O., Whatley, J. L., & Kutz, S. L.  (1975).  Growth of social play with peers during the second year of life.  Developmental Psychology, 11, 42-49.

Eckerman, C. O., & Whatley, J. L.  (1975).  Infants' reactions to unfamiliar adults varying in novelty. Developmental Psychology, 11, 562-566.

Eckerman, C. O., & Whatley, J. L.  (1977).  Toys and social interaction between infant peers.  Child Development, 48, 1645-1656.

Eckerman, C. O., Whatley, J. L., & McGehee, L. J.  (1979).  Approaching and contacting the object another manipulates.  Developmental Psychology, 15, 585-593.

Gross, S. J., Oehler, J. M., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1980).  Head circumference at birth and growth at six weeks as predictors of developmental outcome in very-low-birthweight infants.  Pediatric Research, 14, 434.

Gross, S. J., Oehler, J. M., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1983).  Head growth and developmental outcome in very-low-birthweight infants.  Pediatrics, 71, 70-75.

McGehee, L. J., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1983).  The preterm infant as a social partner: Responsive but unreadable.  Infant Behavior and Development, 6, 461-470.

Brazy, J., Eckerman, C. O. & Gross, S. J.  (1983).  Follow-up of infants <1500 grams birthweight with antenatal isoxsuprine exposure.  Journal of Pediatrics, 102, 611-613.

Gross, S. J., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1983).  Normative early head growth in very-low-birthweight infants.  Journal of Pediatrics, 103, 946-949.

Dorval, B., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1984).  The development of conversation.  Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 49 (No. 2), 91 pp.

Eckerman, C. O., Sturm, L. A., & Gross, S. J.  (1985).  Different developmental courses for very-low-birthweight infants differing in early head growth.  Developmental Psychology, 21, 813-827.

Oehler, J. M., Eckerman, C. O., & Wilson, W. H.  (1988).  Social stimulation and the regulation of premature infants' state prior to term age.  Infant Behavior and Development, 11, 333-351.

Eckerman, C. O., & Didow, S. M.  (1988).  Lessons drawn from observing young peers together.  Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica, 77, 55-70.

Eckerman, C. O., Davis, C. C., & Didow, S. M.  (1989).  Toddlers' emerging ways of achieving social coordinations with a peer.  Child Development, 60, 440-453.

Eckerman, C. O., & Didow, S. M.  (1989).  Toddlers' social coordinations:  Changing responses to another's invitation to play.  Developmental Psychology, 25, 794-804.

Eckerman, C. O., & Stein, M. R.  (1990).  How imitation begets imitation and toddlers' generation of games. Developmental Psychology, 26, 370-378.

Brazy, J. E., Eckerman, C. O., Oehler, J. M., Goldstein, R. F., & O'Rand, A. M.  (1991).  Nursery neurobiologic risk score:  Important factors in predicting outcome in very-low-birthweight infants.  The Journal of Pediatrics, 118, 783-792.

Eckerman, C. O., Oehler, J. M., Medvin, M. B., & Hannan, T. E. (1994).  Premature newborns' behavior as social partners before term age.  Infant Behavior and Development, 17, 55-70.

Eckerman, C. O., Oehler, J. M., Hannan, T. E., & Molitor, A.  (1995)  The development prior to term age of very-prematurely-born newborns' responsiveness in En Face exchanges.  Infant Behavior and Development, 18, 283-297.

Eckerman, C. O., & Didow, S. M.  (1996).  Nonverbal imitation and toddlers' mastery of verbal means of achieving coordinated action.  Developmental Psychology, 32, 141-152.

Eckerman, C. O., Hsu, H-C., Molitor, A., & Leung, E. H. L.  (1999).  Infant arousal in an en-face exchange with a new partner: Effects of prematurity and perinatal biological risk.  Developmental Psychology, 35, 282-293.

Ivkovich, D., Collins, K. L., Eckerman, C. O., Krasnegor, N. A., & Stanton, M. E.  (1999).  Classical delay eyeblink conditioning in 4- and 5-month-old infants.  Psychological Science, 10, 4-8. 

Eckerman, C. O., & Whitehead, H.  (1999).  How toddler peers generate coordinated action:  A cross-cultural exploration.  Early Childhood Education.

Didow, S. M. & Eckerman, C. O.  (2001).  Toddler peers: From nonverbal coordinated action to verbal discourse.  Social Development, 10, 170-188.

Haden, C. A., Ornstein, P. A., Eckerman, C. O., & Didow, S. M.  (2001).  Mother-child conversational interactions as events unfold: Linkages to subsequent remembering.  Child Development, 72, 1016-1031.

Claflin, D. I., Herbert, J., Greer, J., Eckerman, C. O., & Stanton, M. E. (2002).  A delay-interval study of classical eyeblink conditioning in 5-month-old human infants.  Developmental Psychobiology, 41, 329-340. 

Herbert, J., Eckerman, C. O., & Stanton, M. E.  (2003).  The ontogeny of human learning in delay, long-delay, and trace eyeblink conditioning.  Behavioral Neuroscience, 117, 1196-210. 

Herbert, J., Eckerman, C. O., Goldstein, R. F., & Stanton, M. E.  (2004).  Contrasts in infant classical eyeblink conditioning as a function of premature birth.  Infancy, 5, 367-383.

Book Chapters

Rheingold, H. L., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1971).  Departures from the mother.  In H. R. Schaffer (Ed.), The origins of human social relations.  New York: Academic Press.

Rheingold, H. L., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1973).  Fear of the stranger:  A critical examination.  In H. W. Reese (Ed.), Advances in child development and behavior (Vol. 8).  New York:  Academic Press.

Rheingold, H. L., & Eckerman, C. O.  (1975).  Some proposals for unifying the study of social development.  In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), Peer relations and friendship.  New York: Wiley.

Eckerman, C. O.  (1979).  The human infant in social interaction.  In R. B. Cairns (Ed.), Social interactions: Methods, issues, and illustrations.  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Eckerman, C. O., & Stein, M. R.  (1982).  The toddlers emerging interactive skills.  In K. H. Rubin & H. S. Ross (Eds.), Peer relationships and social skills in childhood.  New York: Springer-Verlag. 

Eckerman, C. O., & Oehler, J. M.  (1992).  Very-low-birthweight newborns and par­ents as early social partners. In S. L. Friedman & M. D. Sigman (Eds.), The psychological development of low birthweight children.  Norwood, NJ:  Ablex.

Eckerman, C. O.  (1993).  Toddlers' achievement of coordinated action with conspe­cifics:  A dynamic systems perspective.  In L. B. Smith & E. Thelen (Eds.), Dynamical systems in development: Applications.  Cambridge, MA:  Bradford Books, MIT Press.

Eckerman, C. O. (1993).  Imitation and toddlers' achievement of coordinated action with others.  In J. Nadel & L. Camaioni (Eds.), New perspectives in early communicative development. London: Routledge. 

Eckerman, C. O.  (1996).  Early social-communicative development: Illustrative developmental analyses.  In R. B. Cairns, et al. (Eds.), Developmental science.  New York: Cambridge University Press.

Ivkovich, D., Eckerman, C. O., Krasnegor, N. A., & Stanton, M. E.  (2000).  Using eyeblink conditioning to assess neurocognitive development.  In D. S. Woodruff-Pak & J. E. Steinmetz (Eds.), Eyeblink classical conditioning: Human.  Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Eckerman, C. O., & Peterman, K.  (2001).  Peers and infant social/communicative development. In G. Bremner & A. Fogel (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development.  Oxford, UK: Blackwell.