Lindsey Richland, Associate Professor
Associate Professor Lindsey Richland is returning to UCI after spending seven years as Associate Professor of Human Development at the University of Chicago.
Richland’s research focuses on the roles of cognitive maturation, parenting and home contexts, and schools in building children’s reasoning capacity, as well as their roles in shaping children’s tendencies to engage in higher order thinking. Dr. Richland uses a range of methodologies including experimental and longitudinal designs, discourse analysis, and cross-cultural comparisons.
Richland received her PhD and her MA in Developmental Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles and her BA in Anthropology from Princeton University.
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