Jodie Plumert

Jodie Plumert
Professor and Starch Faculty Fellow
Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1990
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Development of spatial memory and communication, perception-action coupling in children and adults, risk factors for unintentional childhood injuries

Primary Research Area: 
Developmental Science
Representative Publications: 

Plumert, J. M., & Kearney, J. K. (2014). How do children perceive and act on dynamic affordances in crossing traffic-filled roads? Child Development Perspectives, 8, 207-212.

Chihak, B. J., Grechkin, T. Y., Kearney, J. K., Cremer, J. F., & Plumert, J. M. (2014). How children and adults learn to intercept moving gaps. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 122, 143-152.

Plumert, J. M. (2013). In memoriam: Herbert L. Pick, Jr. (1930-2012). Spatial Cognition & Computation, 13, 259-263.

Ziemer, C. J., Branson, M. J., Chihak, B. J., Kearney, J. K., Cremer, J.F., & Plumert, J. M. (2013). Manipulating perception versus action in recalibration tasks. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 75, 1260-1274.

Grechkin, T. Y., Chihak, B. J., Cremer, J. F., Kearney, J. K., & Plumert, J. M. (2013). Perceiving and acting on complex affordances: How children and adults bicycle across two lanes of opposing traffic. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 39, 23-36.

Plumert, J. M., Haggerty, K., Mickunas, A., Herzog, L., & Shadrick, C. (2012). Mother-child communication about location: Giving and following directions for finding hidden objects. Developmental Psychology, 48, 956-968.