Maya G. Sen
Maya G. Sen
Associate Professor, Psychology Department, Northern Michigan University
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Gender stereotyping in infancy: Visual preferences for and knowledge of gender-stereotyped toys in the second year
LA Serbin, D Poulin-Dubois, KA Colburne, MG Sen, JA Eichstedt
International journal of behavioral development 25 (1), 7-15, 2001
Men don’t put on make‐up: Toddlers’ knowledge of the gender stereotyping of household activities
D Poulin‐Dubois, LA Serbin, JA Eichstedt, MG Sen, CF Beissel
Social Development 11 (2), 166-181, 2002
Of bears and men: Infants’ knowledge of conventional and metaphorical gender stereotypes
JA Eichstedt, LA Serbin, D Poulin-Dubois, MG Sen
Infant Behavior and Development 25 (3), 296-310, 2002
From infancy through middle childhood: The role of cognitive and social factors in becoming gendered.
KK Powlishta, MG Sen, LA Serbin, D Poulin-Dubois, JA Eichstedt
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001
A longitudinal study of gendered vocabulary and communicative action in young children.
LM Stennes, MM Burch, MG Sen, PJ Bauer
Developmental psychology 41 (1), 75, 2005
Development of infants' sensitivity to surface contour information for spatial layout
MG Sen, A Yonas, DC Knill
Perception 30 (2), 167-176, 2001
The development in human infants of sensitivity to surface contour information for 3-D layout
A Yonas, DC Knill, M Sen, KA Bittinger
Studies in Perception and Action II, 166-170, 2013
" Boys don't make breakfast!": Differential memory for own-gender-stereotyped events by two-year-old children
MG Sen
University of Minnesota, 1999
Reconceptualizing accretion and deletion of texture
A Yonas, M Sen, DC Knill
Studies in Perception and Action II, 288-292, 2013
of Resource Stats Lab: Single-sample t-test with Caramel Apple PopsTM
MG Sen
Northern Michigan University Brief Description: This hands-on activity has …, 2013
I’ma Barbie TM Girl!: Childhood Exposure to Barbie TM and Conformity to Feminine Norms
MG Sen, N David, R Goldsworthy, K Dusdal, K McGee, B Schryvers, ...
Poster presented at the Michigan Undergraduate Psychology Research …, 2012
Gender salience as a predictor of early gender knowledge
MG Sen, AJ Rosenburg, EL Fettes, ML Johnson, CM Dixon, ME Salvano, ...
Differential Memory for Gender-Stereotyped Events in 24-Month-Old Children.(Psychology)
MG Sen, JL Markham, K Seablom
Michigan Academician 34 (1), 84-85, 2002
“Boys don't make breakfast!”: Toddler's differential memory for same-sex events
MG Sen
Infant Behavior and Development, 679, 1998
Differential and False Memory for Gendered Word Lists
M Sen, CA Balcer, C Hyland, M Latterman, H Rusch, S Ward
Childhood Barbie™ play and conformity to feminine and masculine norms in adulthood
MG Sen, EM Bartholomay, CR Calvetti, K Dusdal, C Hyland, HJ Kivioja, ...
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