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Bret Eschman

TitleDr
Faculty RankPostdoctoral Associate
InstitutionFlorida International University
DepartmentPsychology
Address11200 SW 8th street
Academic Health Center 3
Miami FL 33199
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    1. Edgar EV, Eschman B, Todd JT, Testa K, Ramirez B, Bahrick LE. The effects of socioeconomic status on working memory in childhood are partially mediated by intersensory processing of audiovisual events in infancy. Infant Behav Dev. 2023 08; 72:101844. PMID: 37271061.
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    2. Testa K, McNew ME, Todd JT, Eschman B, Bahrick LE. Infant distractibility from social events mediates the relation between maternal responsiveness and infant language outcomes. Infant Behav Dev. 2023 May; 71:101840. PMID: 37210883.
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    3. Edgar EV, Todd JT, Eschman B, Hayes T, Bahrick LE. Effects of English versus Spanish language exposure on basic multisensory attention skills across 3 to 36 months of age. Dev Psychol. 2023 Aug; 59(8):1359-1376. PMID: 37199930.
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    4. Eschman B, Ross-Sheehy S. Visual Short-Term Memory Persists Across Multiple Fixations: An n-Back Approach to Quantifying Capacity in Infants and Adults. Psychol Sci. 2023 03; 34(3):370-383. PMID: 36608146.
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    5. Ross-Sheehy S, Eschman B, Reynolds EE. Seeing and looking: Evidence for developmental and stimulus-dependent changes in infant scanning efficiency. PLoS One. 2022; 17(9):e0274113. PMID: 36112722.
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    6. Spencer JP, Ross-Sheehy S, Eschman B. Testing predictions of a neural process model of visual attention in infancy across competitive and non-competitive contexts. Infancy. 2022 03; 27(2):389-411. PMID: 35174955.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    7. Eschman B, Todd JT, Sarafraz A, Edgar EV, Petrulla V, McNew M, Gomez W, Bahrick LE. Remote Data Collection During a Pandemic: A New Approach for Assessing and Coding Multisensory Attention Skills in Infants and Young Children. Front Psychol. 2021; 12:731618. PMID: 35126224.
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    8. Ross-Sheehy S, Reynolds E, Eschman B. Unsupervised Online Assessment of Visual Working Memory in 4- to 10-Year-Old Children: Array Size Influences Capacity Estimates and Task Performance. Front Psychol. 2021; 12:692228. PMID: 34421744.
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    9. Ross-Sheehy S, Reynolds E, Eschman B. Evidence for Attentional Phenotypes in Infancy and Their Role in Visual Cognitive Performance. Brain Sci. 2020 Sep 03; 10(9). PMID: 32899198.
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    10. Ross-Sheehy S, Perone S, Macek KL, Eschman B. Visual orienting and attention deficits in 5- and 10-month-old preterm infants. Infant Behav Dev. 2017 Feb; 46:80-90. PMID: 28061376.
      Citations: 9     Fields:    Translation:Humans
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