Rosemarie Kraft

 Rosemarie  Kraft

Position

  • Lecturer SOE Emerita
  • Human Development & Family Studies

Research Interests: Individual difference in the development of information cognitive style; Learning, memory, short term memory and laterality development.

Contact

Interests: Biological, Cognitive, Family, School
Life Phases: Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, Adulthood

Courses Taught

Individual Differences in Giftedness (HDE 132)

Field Studies with Children and Adolescents (HDE 141)

Development of Cortical and Perceptual Laterality (HDE 217)

Issues in Cognitive and Linguistic Development (HDE 231)

Select Publications

Kraft, R. Harter; Harper, Lawrence V.; Nickel, Laurie D. (1995). Stability and ear advantage for dichotically presented environmental sound stimuli: Development during early childhood. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 80 :611-624.

Kraft, R. Harter; Nickel, Laurie D. (1995). Sex-related differences in cognition: Development during early childhood. Learning & Individual Differences, 7 :249-271.

Harper, Lawrence V.; Kraft, R. Harter. (1994). Longitudinal change of ear advantage for receptive language function in 21/2- to 9-year-old children. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 79 :1091-1102.

Roberts, Theresa A.; Kraft, R. Harter. (1989). Developmental differences in the relationship between reading comprehension and hemispheric alpha patterns: An EEG study. Journal of Educational Psychology, 81 :322-328.

Wilcox, Teresa; Kraft, R. Harter. (1989). Lateral differences in schematic face encoding during dual-task performance with increasing levels of difficulty. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 68 :767-778.

PhD

Ph.D., Ohio State University.