Martha Ann Bell
Martha Ann Bell
University Distinguished Professor, Virginia Tech
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The relations between frontal brain electrical activity and cognitive development during infancy
MA Bell, NA Fox
Child development 63 (5), 1142-1163, 1992
Emotion and cognition: An intricately bound developmental process
MA Bell, CD Wolfe
Child development 75 (2), 366-370, 2004
Maternal executive function, harsh parenting, and child conduct problems
K Deater‐Deckard, Z Wang, N Chen, MA Bell
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 53 (10), 1084-1091, 2012
Working memory and inhibitory control in early childhood: Contributions from physiology, temperament, and language
CD Wolfe, MA Bell
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
Using EEG to study cognitive development: Issues and practices
MA Bell, K Cuevas
Journal of cognition and development 13 (3), 281-294, 2012
Infant attention and early childhood executive function
K Cuevas, MA Bell
Child development 85 (2), 397-404, 2014
Neural plasticity and development in the first two years of life: Evidence from cognitive and socioemotional domains of research
NA Fox, SD Calkins, MA Bell
Development and Psychopathology 6 (4), 677-696, 1994
Biological systems and the development of self-regulation: Integrating behavior, genetics, and psychophysiology
MA Bell, K Deater-Deckard
Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 28 (5), 409-420, 2007
What's mom got to do with it? Contributions of maternal executive function and caregiving to the development of executive function across early childhood
K Cuevas, K Deater‐Deckard, J Kim‐Spoon, AJ Watson, KC Morasch, ...
Developmental science 17 (2), 224-238, 2014
Brain development over the first year of life: Relations between electroencephalographic frequency and coherence and cognitive and affective behaviors.
MA Bell, NA Fox
The Guilford Press, 1994
The integration of cognition and emotion during infancy and early childhood: Regulatory processes associated with the development of working memory
CD Wolfe, MA Bell
Brain and Cognition 65 (1), 3-13, 2007
Individual differences in response to stress and cerebral asymmetry
NA Fox, MA Bell, NA Jones
Developmental Neuropsychology 8 (2-3), 161-184, 1992
Longitudinal associations between the quality of mother–infant interactions and brain development across infancy
A Bernier, SD Calkins, MA Bell
Child development 87 (4), 1159-1174, 2016
Changes in brain functioning from infancy to early childhood: Evidence from EEG power and coherence during working memory tasks
MA Bell, CD Wolfe
Developmental neuropsychology 31 (1), 21-38, 2007
Crawling experience is related to changes in cortical organization during infancy: Evidence from EEG coherence
MA Bell, NA Fox
Developmental psychobiology 29 (7), 551-561, 1996
Child development at the intersection of emotion and cognition.
SD Calkins, MAE Bell
American Psychological Association, 2010
The role of inhibitory control in behavioral and physiological expressions of toddler executive function
KC Morasch, MA Bell
Journal of experimental child psychology 108 (3), 593-606, 2011
Infancy predictors of preschool and post‐kindergarten executive function
JH Kraybill, MA Bell
Developmental psychobiology 55 (5), 530-538, 2013
Individual differences in object permanence performance at 8 months: Locomotor experience and brain electrical activity
MA Bell, NA Fox
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 1997
Stroop color—word interference and electroencephalogram activation: Evidence for age-related decline of the anterior attention system.
R West, MA Bell
Neuropsychology 11 (3), 421, 1997
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