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Published by Tricia Striano, PhD
Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Tricia Strano
Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Tricia Strano

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Tricia Striano, Ph.D., Habil.
Curriculum VitaeMay 2009
Hunter CollegeDepartment of Psychology695 Park AvenueNew York, New York 10065-5024
2008 Habilitation Universität Osnabrück2004 Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience, Dartmouth College2002 ERP Training Course: Theoretical and Practical Aspects: Recordingand Analyzing ERP Data, Center for Brain & Cognition, UniversityCollege, London2000 Ph.D. Psychology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA1999 M.A. Psychology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA1995 B.A. Psychology, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA
2007-Present Associate Professor, Department of PsychologyHunter College, City University of New York
2005-2007 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine,Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics & KennedyCenter for Human Development2004-2008 Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences &Universität Leipzig, Center for Advanced StudiesHead, Neurocognition and Development Group2000-2005 Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary AnthropologyHead, Independent Research Group on Cultural Ontogeny
2008 Guest Professorship. University Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy.2008 National Sciences Foundation. Neural correlates of eye gaze in infancy.108,000 USD2008 George Schuster Faculty Fellowship. Toward a new intervention for socialunderstanding in children with autism 2,500 USD2008 PSC CUNY Research Award: Learning in early infancy 3,300 USD2007 Presidential Travel Award, Hunter College, 1,700 USD2007 Auxiliary Enterprise Board, Hunter College. 1,000 USD Project Title: InfancyResearch: A journal for students, parents, and educators2006 Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, = 63.000 euros (
83,000 USD) Project title:Influence of social cues on 12-month-old infants object processing in live andtelevised interactions2005 Transcoop Grant, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (67.800 euros inc.matching funds 33.900 euros
40,680 USD). Project title: Neural correlates of action sequence processing: Autism and early development2004 Sofja Kovalevskaja Prize, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation850.000 euros (
1,129,000 USD). Project title: Social cognition in the first year:Detection and function of other’s attention and expression2004 Person perception in infancy. Workshop grant. European Science Foundation13.750 euros (
17,640 USD)2004 Fellowship, Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience, Dartmouth College2000 Independent Junior Research Group of Max Planck Society (inc. budget 2000-2005
1,800,000.00 USD)1999 Society for Research in Child Development Student Travel Award1996 Graduate fellowship, Emory University, School of Arts and Science1995 Graduate fellowship, Tufts University, School of Arts and Science1995 Maranthi Georgoudi Psychology Award, College of the Holy Cross
2008 Hunter College, Department of Psychology, Research Methods2008 Hunter College, Department of Psychology, Advanced Developmental ResearchMethods (current)2007 Hunter College, Department of Psychology, Child Development2005 University of Leipzig, Center for Cognitive Sciences, Behavioral Methods andResearch Design in Early Infancy2005 University of Leipzig, Center for Cognitive Sciences, Readings in DevelopmentalNeuropsychology and Autism2003 University of Leipzig, Psychology Department, Early Social Cognition (co-lecturing)2002 University of Leipzig, Psychology Department, Early Social Cognition (co-lecturing)2003- Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology Social Cognition Group (organizer)20001999 Emory University, Psychology Department, Infancy Seminar: Early SocialCognition (teaching assistant)1998 Emory University, Psychology Department, Social Psychology (teachingassistant)1998 Emory University, Psychology Department, Research Methods
Striano 3 of 17PUBLICATIONS
After each article the publication type is listed as follows:(1) Journal article(2) Chapter (3) Published proceedings(4) Book review/commentary(5) Edited volume(6) Review paper (*) Indicates a pre-graduate or graduate student author 
*Henning, A. &
Striano, T.
(under review). Mother and infant interpersonal timing at 3 and 6months of age.*Landt, J., Reid, V.M., Grigutsch, M., &
Striano, T.
(submitted). Understanding goal directedaction: mu rhythm modulation during observation of a hidden grasping movement in 14month old infants.
 Acta Psychologica
.*Schug, M., Reid, V., Parise, E., &
Striano, T.
(submitted). Race affects adults’ and 12-month-olds’responses to threatening faces.Parise, E., *Handl, A., &
Striano, T.
(submitted). Neural correlates of dyadic and triadic facialcues in infancy.*Hoehl, S. &
Striano, T.
(submitted). The Development and Neural Mechanisms of SocialAttention.*Hoehl, S., Brauer, J., Brasse, G.,
Striano, T.
, & Friederici, A.D. (under review). Children’sneural processing of emotions expressed by peers and adults.*Hahn, N., Babocsai, L., &
Striano, T.
(submitted). Let there be light: A new paradigm to testtriadic attention in infants.
& Reid, V.M. (2008). Social Cognition: Development, Neuroscience and Autism. Eds.T. Striano & V.M. Reid. Wiley-
Blackwell Publishing.
(5)Reid, V.,
Striano, T
., & Koops, W. (2007). Social cognition during infancy. Psychology Press. (5)
87. Reid, V.M., Stahl, D., &
Striano, T.
(in press). The potential influence of older siblings oninfant motor development: A correlational study.
International Journal of Behavioral Development 
.86. *Hoehl, S. &
Striano, T.
(in press). Emotion Review. Discrete emotions: Perception withoutproduction? Emotion Review.85. Stahl, D., Parise, E., *Hoehl, S., &
Striano, T
. (in press). Eye contact and emotional faceprocessing in 6-month-old infants: advanced statistical methods applied to event relatedpotentials.84.
Reid, V.M., *Hoehl, S., Grigutsch, M., *Groendahl, A., Parise, E., &
Striano, T.
(in press).The neural correlates of infant and adult goal prediction: evidence for semanticprocessing systems.
Developmental Psychology 
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