Melissa M. Kibbe
Melissa M. Kibbe
Assistant Professor, Boston University
Verified email at bu.edu
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What Do Infants Remember When They Forget? Location and Identity in 6-Month-Olds’ Memory for Objects
MM Kibbe, AM Leslie
Psychological Science 22 (12), 1500-1505, 2011
532011
What’s the object of object working memory in infancy? Unraveling ‘what’ and ‘how many’
MM Kibbe, AM Leslie
Cognitive Psychology 66 (4), 380-404, 2013
442013
Varieties of visual working memory representation in infancy and beyond
MM Kibbe
Current Directions in Psychological Science 24 (6), 433-439, 2015
262015
Young children ‘solve for x’ using the Approximate Number System
MM Kibbe, L Feigenson
Developmental Science 18 (1), 38-49, 2015
222015
Infants use temporal regularities to chunk objects in memory
MM Kibbe, L Feigenson
Cognition 146, 251-263, 2016
212016
Visual search for category sets: Tradeoffs between exploration and memory
MM Kibbe, E Kowler
Journal of Vision 11 (3), 2011
212011
A systematic assessment of socioeconomic status and executive functioning in early childhood
AMS John, M Kibbe, AR Tarullo
Journal of experimental child psychology 178, 352-368, 2019
192019
Conceptually rich, perceptually sparse: Object representations in 6-month-old infants’ working memory
MM Kibbe, AM Leslie
Psychological Science 30 (3), 362-375, 2019
182019
Developmental origins of recoding and decoding in memory
MM Kibbe, L Feigenson
Cognitive Psychology 75, 55-79, 2014
162014
The ring that does not bind: Topological class in infants’ working memory for objects
MM Kibbe, AM Leslie
Cognitive Development 38, 1-9, 2016
152016
Young children distinguish between different unrealistic fictional genres
MM Kibbe, M Kreisky, DS Weisberg
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2017
112017
Visual memories bypass normalization
IM Bloem, YL Watanabe, MM Kibbe, S Ling
Psychological Science, 2018
92018
Intra-and Intermanual Curvature Aftereffect Can Be Obtained via Tool-Touch.
K Denisova, MM Kibbe, SA Cholewiak, SH Kim
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 7 (1), 61-66, 2014
62014
Rules infants look by: Testing the assumption of transitivity in visual salience
MM Kibbe, Z KÓldy, E Blaser
Infancy 23 (2), 156-172, 2018
42018
A dissociation between small and large numbers in young children’s ability to “solve for x” in non-symbolic math problems
MM Kibbe, L Feigenson
Cognition 160, 82-90, 2017
42017
Development of multiple object tracking via multifocal attention.
TL Blankenship, RW Strong, MM Kibbe
Developmental Psychology 56 (9), 1684, 2020
32020
Six‐Month‐Old Infants Predict Agents’ Goal‐Directed Actions on Occluded Objects
JB Applin, MM Kibbe
Infancy 24 (3), 392-410, 2019
32019
Evidence for separate development of working memory capacity for objects and for features in infants
MM Kibbe, AM Leslie
Visual Cognition 16 (1), 114-117, 2008
32008
Visual working memory for multiple moving objects in occlusion
M Kibbe
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 545-545, 2015
22015
Young children monitor the fidelity of visual working memory.
JB Applin, MM Kibbe
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2020
12020
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