Erica H. Wojcik
Office: TLC 152
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of British Columbia
- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
- M. S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
- B. A., Princeton University
COURSES TAUGHT AT SKIDMORE
- SSP 100 The Nature/Nurture Myth: What Really Makes Us Who We Are
- PS 206 Developmental Psychology
- PS 303 Statistics and Research Methods II
- PS 338 Language Development
- PS 352 Meeting of the Minds – Free Will
- Language acquisition: How do infants and toddlers learn the sounds, words, and grammar of their native language(s)?
- Ecological approaches to development: How can we use naturalistic observation to help us understand learning in the real world?
- Early word learning: How do toddlers learn the meanings of their first words?
- Semantic knowledge: How do young children learn about the world, and how do they organize that information in their minds?
- Statistical learning: How do infants, toddlers and adults use patterns in the world around them to learn about language, objects, and events?
- I can complete a New York Times crossword puzzle in under four minutes.