2007 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Her Quantum mechanics study spans across into subjects like Causality (physics) and Event (particle physics). In her research, Lisa M. Oakes performs multidisciplinary study on Event (particle physics) and Quantum mechanics. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Developmental psychology and Social psychology in her work. In her works, Lisa M. Oakes conducts interdisciplinary research on Social psychology and Developmental psychology. In her works, she conducts interdisciplinary research on Cognitive psychology and Cognitive science. Her work blends Cognitive science and Neuroscience studies together. Her study ties her expertise on Visual short-term memory together with the subject of Neuroscience. She merges many fields, such as Visual short-term memory and Working memory, in her writings. She performs integrative study on Working memory and Cognition.
In her work, Lisa M. Oakes performs multidisciplinary research in Developmental psychology and Child development. Lisa M. Oakes integrates Child development with Developmental psychology in her study. Her work blends Cognitive psychology and Cognitive science studies together. Lisa M. Oakes performs integrative study on Cognitive science and Cognitive psychology. She combines topics linked to Visual short-term memory with her work on Neuroscience. Visual short-term memory and Cognition are frequently intertwined in her study. In her works, she performs multidisciplinary study on Cognition and Cognitive development. In her research, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Cognitive development and Neuroscience. Her Artificial intelligence study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Categorization.
As part of the same scientific family, Lisa M. Oakes usually focuses on Animacy, concentrating on Cognitive psychology and intersecting with Stimulus (psychology), Pattern recognition (psychology), Salience (neuroscience), Cued speech and Visual search. Lisa M. Oakes integrates Stimulus (psychology) and Perception in her studies. Her study deals with a combination of Perception and Visual perception. In her research, Lisa M. Oakes performs multidisciplinary study on Visual perception and Visual memory. Lisa M. Oakes integrates Visual memory and Visual short-term memory in her research. Many of her studies on Pattern recognition (psychology) apply to Cognitive psychology as well. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Visual search and Cognition through her research. She undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Cognition and Animal cognition in her work. Developmental psychology is closely attributed to Infant development in her study.
Borrowing concepts from Cognitive science, Lisa M. Oakes weaves in ideas under Cognitive psychology. Lisa M. Oakes performs multidisciplinary study in Cognitive science and Cognitive psychology in her work. By researching both Child development and Motor skill, she produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Lisa M. Oakes connects Motor skill with Child development in her research. Many of her studies on Psychiatry apply to Psychological intervention as well. As part of her studies on Riboflavin, she often connects relevant areas like Biochemistry. Her work on Biochemistry is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Riboflavin. Her Randomized controlled trial study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Internal medicine. She incorporates Internal medicine and Pediatrics in her research.
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Preschoolers' questions and parents' explanations: Causal thinking in everyday activity.
Maureen A. Callanan;Lisa M. Oakes.
Cognitive Development (1992)
Infant perception of a causal event
Lisa M. Oakes;Leslie B. Cohen.
Cognitive Development (1990)
The Development of Visual Short‐Term Memory Capacity in Infants
Shannon Ross-sheehy;Lisa M. Oakes;Steven J. Luck.
Child Development (2003)
How infants perceive a simple causal event
Leslie B. Cohen;Lisa M. Oakes.
Developmental Psychology (1993)
Integrating Language and Gesture in Infancy.
Elizabeth Bates;Donna Thal;Kimberly Whitesell;Larry Fenson.
Developmental Psychology (1989)
Making Sense of Infant Categorization: Stable Processes and Changing Representations☆☆☆
Kelly L. Madole;Lisa M. Oakes.
Developmental Review (1999)
Early Category and Concept Development: Making Sense of the Blooming, Buzzing Confusion
David H. Rakison;Lisa M. Oakes.
Development of Infants' Use of Continuity Cues in Their Perception of Causality.
Lisa M. Oakes.
Developmental Psychology (1994)
Infants' object examining: Habituation and categorization ☆ ☆☆
Lisa M Oakes;Kelly L Madole;Leslie B Cohen.
Cognitive Development (1991)
Language and hand preference in early development
Elizabeth Bates;Barbara O'Connell;Jyotsna Vaid;Paul Sledge.
Developmental Neuropsychology (1986)
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