Marc H. Bornstein is assistant professor of psychology at New York University. A Ph.D. of Yale University, he has been a Visiting Scientist at the Max-Planck-lnstitut für Psychiatrie in Munich and a Visiting Fellow at University College, London.
Michael Cole is professor of psychology and director of the laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition at the University of California, San Diego. He earned a doctorate at Indiana University and has held faculty appointments at Yale, University of California at Irvine, and Rockefeller University, and has been an Exchange Scholar at Moscow University. Kenneth Traupmann, a Ph.D in psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, is an assistant research pediatric psychologist at the Center for Human Information Processing University of California, San Diego.
Frances K. Graham is professor of pediatrics and psychology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Her doctorate is from Yale, and she has held faculty appointments at Washington University and Barnard College. Barbara D. Strock and Bonnie L. Zeigler are doctoral students in psychology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Susan Harter, a Ph.D. of Yale University, is professor of psychology at the University of Denver. Her previous faculty appointments have been at Yale.
Mark Lepper is associate professor of psychology at Stanford University and, in 1979-80, a fellow at the Center for the Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. He received his doctorate at Yale.
Elissa L. Newport received her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and has held faculty appointments at the University.
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Publication information: Book title: Aspects of the Development of Competence. Contributors: W. Andrew Collins - Editor, Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology - OrganizationName. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Hillsdale, NJ. Publication year: 1981. Page number: 257.
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