Lynn Susan Liben

  • Evan Pugh University Professor, McCourtney Professor of Child Studies, and Professor, Psychology
    • 4084 Citations
    • 34 h-Index
    1968 …2019
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    Medicine & Life Sciences

    Stereotyping
    Research
    Sex Characteristics
    Child Development
    Delayed Puberty
    Sexism
    Long-Term Memory
    Physical Phenomena
    Occupations
    Aptitude
    Steroids
    Students
    Water
    Learning
    Hearing
    Cognition
    Testosterone
    Psychological Theory
    Sex Workers
    Geological Phenomena
    African Americans
    Individuality
    Estrogens
    Mental Competency
    Hormone Replacement Therapy
    Gonadal Steroid Hormones
    Research Personnel
    Esthetics
    Semantics
    Placebos
    Interior Design and Furnishings
    Play and Playthings
    Mothers
    Parents
    Cluster Analysis
    Child Behavior
    Sexual Maturation
    Education
    Nuclear Family
    Theory of Mind
    Editorial Policies
    Sex Education
    Psychosexual Development
    Meta-Analysis
    Technology
    Teaching
    Television
    Conjugated (USP) Estrogens
    Child Psychology
    Social Perception

    Social Sciences

    gender
    performance
    stimulus
    student
    water
    geography
    classroom
    interpretation
    stereotype
    puberty
    childhood
    aesthetics
    instruction
    parents
    science
    symbol
    continuity
    educational practice
    adolescent
    ability
    evidence
    education
    learning
    cognition
    art
    trend
    Values
    realism
    occupational status
    strike
    young adult
    elementary school
    sexism
    sex education
    interdisciplinary research
    toy
    comprehension
    developmental psychology
    photography
    kindergarten
    child care
    Teaching
    baby
    experience
    socialization
    occupation
    projection
    social science
    school grade
    expertise