Positions

Research Areas research areas

Publications

Academic Article

Year Title
2019 That was last time! The effect of a delay on children's episodic memories of learning new factsInfant and Child Development.  28:e2113-e2113. 2019
2019 What happened in kindergarten? Mother-child conversations about life story chapters.Memory.  27:49-62. 2019
2018 Studying Mother–Child Conversations at Home in Three Cultures: Western Turkey, Eastern Turkey, and the United StatesSAGE Research Methods Cases.  Part 2. 2018
2017 Talking after school: Parents' conversational styles and children's memory for a science lesson.Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.  156:1-15. 2017
2015 Mother-child memory conversations and self-construal in Eastern Turkey, Western Turkey and the USA.Memory.  23:69-82. 2015
2013 I Remember When You Taught Me That! Preschool Children's Memories of Realistic Learning EpisodesInfant and Child Development.  22:603-621. 2013
2013 The effects of documentation on young children's memoryEarly Childhood Research Quarterly.  28:568-577. 2013
2012 Saddam Hussein is “dangerous to the extreme”: The ethics of professional commentary on public figures.Psychology of Popular Media Culture.  1:3-22. 2012
2011 'I Remember When I Learned That!' Developmental and Gender Differences in Children's Memories of Learning EpisodesInfant and Child Development.  20:387-399. 2011
2009 The use of geometric properties of 2D arrays across developmentLearning and Motivation.  40:95-108. 2009
2008 Long-Term Episodic Memory in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity DisorderLearning Disabilities Research and Practice.  23:25-35. 2008
2007 Use of landmark features and geometry by children and adults during a two-dimensional search taskLearning and Motivation.  38:89-102. 2007
2007 The development of event memory in infancy and early childhoodNewsletter of the Boston Institute for the Development of Infants and Parents.  22:4-6. 2007
2002 Recollection, testimony and lying in early childhoodTheory and Psychology.  12:413-415. 2002
2000 Same beginnings, different stories: a comparison of American and Chinese children's narratives.Child Development.  71:1329-1346. 2000
2000 Sharing memories and telling stories: American and Chinese mothers and their 3-year-olds.Memory.  8:159-177. 2000
2000 When Baby Maisy came to school - Mothers' interview styles and preschoolers' event memoriesCognitive Development.  15:99-114. 2000
1998 Childhood memory and self-description in young Chinese adults: the impact of growing up an only child.Cognition.  69:73-103. 1998
1998 Autobiographical memory in Korean, Chinese, and American children.Developmental Psychology.  34:701-713. 1998
1997 The good, the bad, and the ugly: Accuracy, inaccuracy, and elaboration in preschoolers' reports about a past eventApplied Cognitive Psychology.  11:S37-S54. 1997
1995 THE EFFECTS OF STEREOTYPES AND SUGGESTIONS ON PRESCHOOLERS REPORTS (VOL 31, PG 568, 1995)Developmental Psychology.  31:758-758. 1995
1995 THE EFFECTS OF STEREOTYPES AND SUGGESTIONS ON PRESCHOOLERS REPORTSDevelopmental Psychology.  31:568-578. 1995
1995 TRUE AND FALSE MEMORIES IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS - A COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE PERSPECTIVEPsychology, Public Policy, and Law.  1:411-428. 1995
1994 The possible role of source misattributions in the creation of false beliefs among preschoolers.International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis.  42:304-320. 1994

Book

Year Title
2013 Cognitive and Social Factors in Early Deception 2013

Chapter

Year Title
2014 Preparing Future Psychology Faculty at the University of New Hampshire 2014
2011 A global window on memory development.  49-70. 2011
2006 Cultural and maturational influences on long-term event memory.  565-590. 2006
2005 A Socio-historical Perspective on Autobiographical Memory Development.  34-58. 2005
2005 Autobiographical memory in the developmental niche: A cross-cultural perspective.  337-360. 2005
2003 Cultural variations in interdependence and autobiographical memory: Lessons from Korea, China, India and the United States.  Ed. Pillemer, David.  73-98. 2003
2000 Source monitoring and suggestibility: An individual differences approach.  257-287. 2000
1999 Cultural, social and maturational influences on childhood amnesia.  447-466. 1999
1997 The nature and development of children's event memory.  158-187. 1997
1995 Forensic implications of early eyewitness memory.  32D-100. 1995
1995 The suggestibility of children's eyewitness reports: Methodological issues.  323-348. 1995
1993 Memory in context: A case study of "Bubbles P.". a gifted but uneven memorizer.  169-186. 1993
1993 The suggestibility of children's recollections.  117-138. 1993
1992 "I know that you know that I know that you broke the toy": A brief report on recursive awareness among 3-year-olds.  1-10. 1992
1992 Memory, cognition and learning: Developmental and ecological considerations.  223-239. 1992
1992 The influence of affect on memory: Mechanisms and development.  181-200. 1992
1992 The problem of infantile amnesia: Lessons from fuzzy-trace theory.  195-213. 1992
The development of children's autobiographical memory for learning episodes

Conference Proceeding

Year Title
2005 Autobiographical memory in the developmental niche: A cross-cultural perspectiveDEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL COGNITION AND COMMUNICATION. 337-360. 2005
1995 The suggestibility of children's eyewitness reports: Methodological issuesMEMORY PERFORMANCE AND COMPETENCIES. 323-347. 1995

Teaching Activities

  • Pract&Sem/Teaching Psychology Taught course 2019
  • Research Methods in Psychology Taught course 2019
  • Advanced Research Taught course 2018
  • Doctoral Research Taught course 2018
  • Pract&Sem/Teaching Psychology Taught course 2018
  • Social Development Taught course 2018
  • Adv Sem/Developmental Psych Taught course 2017
  • Doctoral Research Taught course 2017
  • Senior Honors Tutorial Taught course 2017
  • Social Development Taught course 2017
  • Doctoral Research Taught course 2017
  • Doctoral Research Taught course 2016
  • Doctoral Research Taught course 2016
  • Graduate Pro-seminar Taught course 2016
  • Pract&Sem/Teaching Psychology Taught course 2016
  • Adv Rsrch Exp/Psychology Taught course 2015
  • Doctoral Research Taught course 2015
  • Graduate Pro-seminar Taught course 2015
  • Research Methods in Psychology Taught course 2015
  • Social Development Taught course 2015
  • Advanced Research Taught course 2015
  • Apps of Psych/Rsrch Experience Taught course 2015
  • Graduate Pro-seminar Taught course 2015
  • Social Development Taught course 2015
  • Advanced Research Taught course 2014
  • Graduate Pro-seminar Taught course 2014
  • Research Methods in Psychology Taught course 2014
  • Social Development Taught course 2014
  • Pract&Sem/Teaching Psychology Taught course 2014
  • Social Development Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

  • B.A. Psychology, Wellesley College
  • M.A. Developmental&Child Psychology, Cornell University
  • Ph.D. Developmental&Child Psychology, Cornell University
  • Full Name

  • Michelle Leichtman