Presentations

Refereed Conferences

* denotes student collaborator

Kelly, K. R., Ocular, G.,* Alvarado, H.,* Austin, A.,* Brunton, J.,* Millan, L.,* & Drexler, E.* (2019, April). Testing the displacement hypothesis: Family smartphone practices and adult-child science language during informal science learning at an aquarium. To be presented in S. Siyahhan (Chair), Peer, Adult, and Parent–Facilitated Learning in Informal and Museum Settings. Roundtable at the American Education Research Association Conference in Toronto, Canada.

Kelly, K. R., Ocular, G.,* Alvarado, H.,* Austin, A.,* Brunton, J.,* Millan, L.,* & Drexler, E.* (2019, March). iLanguage: Quantity and quality of adult-child conversations and family smartphone practices during informal educational opportunities.  Poster presented to the Society for Research in Child Development Conference in Baltimore, MD.

Kelly, R.K., Ocular, G.,* Plascencia, J.,* & Zamudio, J. *(2018, May“But what about the beginning?” Maternal Strategies for Scaffolding Children’s acquisition of chronological narration. Colloquium language socialization presentation at California State University Long Beach.

Kelly, R.K., Ocular, G., *Plascencia, J., *& Zamudio, J. *(2018, April) “But what about the beginning?” Maternal Strategies for Scaffolding Children’s acquisition of chronological narration. Presented paper and poster at the 98th Western Psychological Association  in Portland, Oregon.

Kelly, K. R., Carmiol, A., Ocular, G.,* Plascencia, J.,* Rios-Reyes, M. (2017, April). “And then what happened?:” Chronological sequencing in Anglo and Latino children’s personal narratives. In K. R. Kelly (Chair), Children’s narration in cultural and language contexts. Symposium conducted at the Society for Research on Child Development Biennial Conference, Austin, TX.

Kelly. K. R. (2016, May). Mothers and children co-constructing and telling structurally coherent personal narratives. In K. R. Kelly (Chair), Employing narrative techniques to investigate socio-cultural processes and cognitive-linguistic outcomes in young children. Symposium conducted at the Western Psychological Association Convention, Long Beach, CA.

Kelly, K. R. (2015, August). Interactional synchrony in mother-preschool memory conversations: Variations by child attachment representations. Poster presented at the 7th International Attachment Conference, New York, NY.

Kelly, K. R. (2014, July). Attachment influences the child autobiographical memory narratives in the context of mother-child conversations. Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France.

Kelly, K. R. (2014, July). Personal narrative structure and coherence: Differences across three attachment classifications. Poster presented at the 13th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Kelly, K. R. (2014, April). Maternal controlling versus supportive behavior and child autobiographical memories narratives. Paper presented at the 94th Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.

Kelly, K. R., Dayag, H. V.*, & Zumbrunn, L.* (2014, April). Talking about thinking, feeling, and remembering: Mother-child autobiographical memory narratives. Poster presented at the 94th Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.

Kelly, K. R. (2014, March). Predicting child memory narratives from attachment security and quality of mother-child conversations using a tripartite attachment classification. Paper presented at 19th Biennial Conference of the Society for Research in Human Development, Austin, TX.

Kelly, K. R., & Bailey, A. (2013, May). Developing a methodology for language learning progressions: Preliminary results. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 2013 Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Kelly, K. R., Bailey, A., & Blackstock-Bernstein, A. (2013, April). Similarities, differences, and shifts in elementary-age children’s use of social and academic registers in speech and writing. Poster presented at the 2013 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA.


Student Presentations

Alvarado, H., Brunton, J., Austin, A., Schilder, S., Ocular, G., & Kelly, K. (2019, April). “Differences in mental state language in the personal narratives of children with and without siblings.” Poster presentation at the Western Psychological Association Conference in Pasadena, CA.

Alvarado, H., Kelly, K., Drexler, E., Cabral, M., & Ocular, G. (2018, May). The impact of siblings on socio-emotional understanding in child narratives. Poster presented at CSULB Undergraduate Research Opportunities Symposium.

Cabral, M., Drexler, E., Alvarado, H., Orozco, Y., & Kelly, R.K. (2018, April)  The Impact of Siblings on Socio-emotional Understanding in Child Narratives. Poster presented at CSULB Psychology Day.

Zamudio, J., Ocular, G., & Kelly, R.K. (2018, April) Like mother, like child: Variation of sentence subject use in maternal speech and child responses. Poster presented at CSULB Psychology Day.

Ocular, G., Kelly, R.K., Cabral, M., Drexler, E. & Plascencia, J. (2018, April) Getting Emotional: Autobiographical Memories of Native and Non-Native English Speakers. Presented poster at the 98th Western Psychological Association  in Portland, Oregon.

Kelly, K.R., Ocular, G., Plascencia, J., Zamudio, J., & Avila, K. (2017, February). “But what about the beginning?”: Maternal strategies for scaffolding children’s chronological sequencing in narrative conversations. Poster presented at CSULB World Anthropology Day.

Berumen, J., Kelly, K. R., & Caulfield, K. (2016, April). Gender and type of story on maternal autonomy support. Poster presented at the 96th Convention of the Western Psychological Association Convention, Long Beach CA.

 Dayag, H. V., & Kelly, K. R. (2016, April). Investigating reciprocity and psychological mechanisms developed in the formative years. Poster presented at the 96th Convention of the Western Psychological Association Convention, Long Beach CA.

 Plascencia, J., Ocular, G., & Kelly, K. R. (2016, April). Autobiographical memory of adolescent native and non-native English speakers. Poster presented at the 96th Convention of the Western Psychological Association Convention, Long Beach CA.

Ocular, G., Plascencia, J., & Kelly, K. R. (2016, April). Autobiographical memory of adolescent native and non-native English speakers. Poster presented at 2016 CSULB Psych Day Student Poster Fair.

Zamudio, J., Vang, J., & Kelly, K. R. (2016, May). Mothers and children co-constructing and telling structurally coherent personal narratives. Poster presented at the 2016 CSULB Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Symposium.

Berumen, J., Caulfield, K, & Kelly, K. R. (2015, April). The impact of gender and type of story on maternal autonomy support. Poster presented to 2015 CSULB Psych Day Student Poster Fair.

Dayag, H. V., & Kelly, K. R. (2015, April). Shaping medical education through autobiographical memory narratives. Poster presented to 2015 CSULB Psych Day Student Poster Fair.

Phal, F. V., Dayag, H. V., & Kelly, K. R. (2015, April). Gift-giving as a predictor of attachment security in mothers and children. Poster presented to 2015 CSULB Psych Day Student Poster Fair.

Caulfield, K., & Kelly, K. R. (2015, February). The influence of maternal sensitivity and autonomy support within mother-child interactions on children’s personal narrative ability. Paper presented to 2015 CSULB Student Research Competition.

Austin, G., & Kelly, K. R. (2014, May). Differences in child behavior and attention span when telling memory narratives with mothers and with an experimenter. Poster presented to the 1st Annual CSULB University Research Opportunity Program Research Presentation.

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