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Lorna Hernandez-Jarvis
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Articles and Book Chapters

Roehling, P. V., Jarvis, L. H., & Swope, H. E. (in press). Variations in Negative Work-Family Spillover among White-, Black- and Hispanic-American Men and Women: Does Ethnicity Matter? Journal of Family Issues.

Hernandez Jarvis, L., Merriman, W. E., Barnett, M., Hanba, J., & VanHaitsma, K..S. (2004). Input that Contradicts Young Children's Strategy for Mapping Novel Words Affects their Phonological and Semantic Interpretation of other Novel Words. Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research, Vol. 47 (2), 392-406.

Merriman, W. E., Evey-Burkey, J. A., Marazita, J. M., & Jarvis, L. H. (1996). Young two-year-olds' tendency to map novel verbs onto novel actions.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 63, 466-498.

Jarvis, L. H., Danks, J.H., & Merriman, W. E. (1995). The Effect of Bilingualism on Cognitive Ability: Is it Second Language Dependent or cognitive-Level dependent? Journal of Applied Psycholinguistics,16, 293-308.

Merriman, W. E., Marazita, J.M., & Jarvis, L.H. (1995). Children's Disposition's to Map New Words onto New Referents. In M. Tomasello, & W. E. Merriman (Eds.) Beyond the Names for Things. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Merriman, W. E., Jarvis, L. H., & Marazita, J. M. (1995). How Shall a Deceptive Thing be Called?. Journal of Child Language,22, pp.129-149.

Merriman, W. E., Marazita, J.M., Jarvis, L.H., Evey-Burkey, J.A., & Biggins, M. (1995) What can be Learned from Something's not Being named. Child Development, 66, 1890-1908.

Merriman, W. E., Marazita, J. M., & Jarvis, L.H. (1993). Four-Year-Olds' Disambiguation of Action and Object Word Reference. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 56, 412-430.

Jarvis, L.H. (1993) Bilingual and Monolingual Children's Interpretation of Come and Go: An examination of the Sociolinguistic Orientation Hypothesis. Dissertation submitted to Kent State University.

PAPERS PRESENTED & INVITED ADDRESSES

Roehling, V. P., Hernandez Jarvis, L. Swope, H. Variations in Negative Work-Family Spillover among White, Black and Hispanic-American Men and Women. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Convention, August 2003.

Hernandez Jarvis, L., Hanba, J., Hekman, T., & Powers, R. The effects of interpreting similar sounding words in the disambiguation of referent. Paper presented at the biennial Convention of the Society for Research in Child Development. Tampa, FL April 2003.

Hanba, J., & Hernandez Jarvis, L. How sound similarity affects young children's use of mutual exclusivity. Poster presented to the Psi Chi session at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual meeting, May 2002

Hernandez Jarvis, L. Los efectos de la similitud fonologica en el principio de exclusividad mutua. Invited presentation. School of Modern Languages, graduate program, Autonomous University of Queretaro, Mexico, August 2001

Hernandez Jarvis, L. Una mente y dos lenguas: El impacto del bilinguismo en la cognicion. Invited presentation. School of Modern Languages, undergraduate division, The Autonomous University of Queretaro, Mexico, August 2001

Hernandez Jarvis, L., Van Haitsma, K., & Boggess, A., & Merriman, W. E. Testing the Limits of Preschoolers' Tendency to Map Novel Nouns on Novel Kinds. Paper presented at the biennial convention of the Society for Research in Child Development, April 2001, Minneapolis, MN.

Jarvis, L. H. , Merriman, W. E. The impact of object kind novelty and word sound similarity on preschoolers' mapping of novel names. Paper presented at the 40 annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Los Angeles, CA., November 1999.

Jarvis, L. H., Merriman, W. E., & Danks, J. H. Monolingual and Bilingual Children's Interpretations of Come and Go.  Paper presented at the Midwestern psychological Association, Chicago, IL., May 1994.

Jarvis, L. H., & Merriman, W. E. Bilingual and Monolingual Children's Understanding of Deictic Verbs.  Paper presented at the bilingualism workshop of the 1st International cognitive Science Institute.  Buffalo, N.Y. July 1994.

Jarvis, L. H., & Merriman, W. E. Bilingual and Monolingual Children's Understanding of Deictic Verbs.  Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Deixis.  Lexington, KY., December 1994.

Merriman, W. E., Marazita, J., & Jarvis, L.H. Do children map new verbs to new actions? Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA, April, 1991.

Merriman, W.E., Marazita, J.M., & Jarvis, L.H. A passover effect in children's word learning. Paper presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, San Fransisco, CA, November, 1991.

Jarvis, L.H.. Does bilingualism aid cognitive ability? Paper presented at 62nd annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL., May 1990.

Jarvis, L.H., Marazita, J.M., & Merriman, W. E. Appearance-reality and mutual exclusivity; Resolution of a developmental paradox.  Poster presented at the second annual convention of the American Psychological Society, Dallas, TX, June 1990.

STUDENT PAPERS SPONSORED

Noreen, A.  Establishing the effects of bilingualism on cognitive processes: A research literature review. Poster presented at the 2004 annual convention of the National Council for Undergraduate Research. Indianapolis, IN, April 2004.

Nauta, A.. How do students at Hope spend their time. Poster presented at the 2004 annual convention of the National Council for Undergraduate Research. Indianapolis, IN, April 2004.

Balmer, P. & Siler, B.  Hope College students' advising and mentoring experiences. Poster presented at the 2004 annual convention of the National Council for Undergraduate Research. Indianapolis, IN, April 2004.

Balmer, P. & Siler, B. Selecting a vocation. Poster presented at the Psi Chi session of the Midwestern Psychological Association annual convention. April, 2004.

Jones, E.& Zokoe, S..  The impact of class size and course format on the academic experience of Hope College students. Poster presented at the 2003 Hope College Undergraduate Research Celebration.

Hanba, J., & Jarvis, L. H. (May 2002) Is a Japple an Apple: How phonological similarity overrides the use of mutual exclusivity. Paper presented at the annual awards paper session of the Psi Chi organization at the Midwestern Psychological Association annual meeting.

Hanba, J., Hekman, T., & Powers, R. (October 2002). The effects of interpreting similar sounding words on the disambiguation of word referent. Poster presented at the annual undergraduate research celebration at Hope College

Hanba, J. & Hernandez Jarvis, L. Is an apple a japple? Paper presented at the Carl Frost Research Symposium. November, 2001. Hope College, Holland, MI

Hanba, J. & Hernandez Jarvis, L. Is an Apple a a japple?: The effects of phonological similarity on the use of the mutual exclusivity principle. Poster presented at the Hope College undergraduate research symposium, October 2001

Welton, C., Smith, A., Crawford, J., Alexander, J., Carlson, J., Collins, E., Ruhrup, J., & Sizulu, N. When does phonological similarity override the use of mutual exclusivity? Poster presented at the American psychological Association Annual Convention, Psi Chi poster session, August 1997

Bruininks, P., Deniston, D., Masterson, S., Hauck, N. Morgan, M., Perkins, J.,  Tsukamoto, N., & Jarvis, L. H. A shift from a mutual exclusivity based rule to a sound similarity rule in word learning.  Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Psi Chi poster session. Chicago, IL, May 1996

Eshleman, A., Nysse, K., Ackerman, K., Deer, T., Kamasinski,R., Jones, K., Jarvis, L. H.  The effect of phonological similarity on the use of mutual exclusivity by preschoolers. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Psi Chi poster session, May 1996

Harrison, S., Getz, N., Guy, K., Vanderspool, S., Windfuhr, K., & Jarvis, L.H..  Monolingual and bilingual children's Differential Use of Informational Cues on Word Learning. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological association Annual Meeting. Psi Chi poster session. Chicago, IL, May 1995.

Crawford, S., Seid, K., Hinton, C., & Jarvis, L.H.  Children's Interpretations of Deictic Terms.  Paper presented at the Michigan Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, April, 1995.