Celia Brownell, Ph.D.


Contact

3409 Sennott Square 210 S. Bouquet St.

Pittsburgh, PA 15260

brownell@pitt.edu

Phone:

412-624-4510

Fax:

412-624-4428

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Research Interests

Early prosocial development, social/emotional understanding, socialization.

Biography

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Accepting Graduate Students: No

Labs

  • Early Social Development

Graduate Student Advisees

  • Whitney Waugh
  • Emma Satlof-Bedrick
  • Aleksandra Petkova

Degrees

  • PhD, University of Minnesota

Awards

  • Secretary, Division 7 APA, 2011-2014
  • APA Fellow (Division 7), 2007
  • Provost's Award for Excellence in Mentoring, 2006
  • Associate Editor, Infancy, 2005 - 2011

Publications

  • Brownell publ 1

    Brownell, C. & the Early Social Development Research Lab (in press). Prosocial behavior in infancy: The role of socialization. Child Development Perspectives.pdf

  • Brownell publ 2

    Nichols, S., Svetlova, M., & Brownell, C. (2015). Toddlers’ responses to infants’ positive and negative emotions. Infancy, 20, 70 - 97. pdf

     

  • Brownell publ 3

    Waugh, W., Brownell, C., & Pollock, B. (2015). Early socialization of prosocial behavior: How parents encourage toddlers’ helping in an everyday household task. Infant Behavior & Development, 39, 1 – 10. pdf

  • Brownell publ 4

    Drummond, J., Paul, E., Waugh, W., Hammond, S., & Brownell, C. (2014). Here, there, and everywhere: Emotion and mental state talk in different social contexts predicts empathic helping in toddlers. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:361. pdf

  • Brownell publ 5

         Brownell, C., Iesue, S., Nichols, S., & Svetlova, M. (2013). Mine or yours? Development of sharing in toddlers in relation to ownership understanding.Child Development, 84, 906-920. pdf