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Emily Braham

Graduate Student, Dr. Libertus

Department of Psychology

Cognitive Program

Faculty Advisor: Melissa Libertus

Braham, E., Elliot, L., & Libertus, M. E. (2018). Using hierarchical linear models to examine approximate number system acuity: The role of trial-level and participant-level characteristics. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 1-14.

Kersey, A., Braham, E., Csumsitta, K., Libertus, M., & Cantlon, J. (2018). No intrinsic gender differences in children's earliest numerical abilities. Science of Learning, 3(12).

Braham, E., & Libertus, M. (2017). Intergenerational associations in numerical approximation and mathematical abilities. Developmental Science, 20(5).

Elliott, L., Braham, E. J., & Libertus, M. L. (2017). Understanding sources of individual variability in parents’ number talk with young children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 159, 1-15.

Libertus, M., Braham, E., & Liu, R. (2017). Infants discriminate number: Evidence against the prerequisite of visual object individuation and the primacy of continuous magnitude. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40.

Melissa Libertus and Emily Braham were featured on MyScience on September 7 in an article titled, "Boys and Girls Share Similar Math Abilities at Young Ages, Study Finds", which referenced their research paper, "No Intrinsic Gender Differences in Children’s Earliest Numerical Abilities."

September 7, 2018


Education Week covered a recent paper by Leanne Elliott, Emily Braham, and Melissa Libertus. The article is titled "Does Higher-Level Number Talk Hold Key to Better Math Scores for Young Children?" The paper referenced is "Understanding Sources of Individual Variability in Parents' Number Talk with Young Children."

March 23, 2018


Pittwire featured an accolade that highlights Jamie Amemiya, Allison Liu, and Emily Braham entitled "3 Learning Research and Development Center Grad Students Awarded University Research Grants."

October 31, 2017


The Discipline-Based Science Education Research Center (Db-SERC) awarded a Mentor-Mentee Award to Melissa Libertus, Associate Professor, Psychology, and LRDC Research Scientist, and Emily Braham, LRDC graduate student, for "Students in cognitive development learn to apply knowledge and communicate effectively through blog posts for parents."

August 16, 2017

LRDC Graduate Student Emily Braham and Research Scientist Melissa Libertus were featured in the September 6 TIME online article "How to Help Your Kid With Math Even if You Suck at It."

September 6, 2016


Emily Braham has received the "IWALS 2018 Emerging Scholar Best Poster Award" at the IWALS 2018 Final Session on June 8th, 2018.