Melissa Kibbe, Ph.D. (2011) has been appointment as Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Boston University.
Melissa earned her Ph.D in Alan Leslie's Cognitive Development Lab for her work on object cognition in infants. She held a pre-doc fellowship under the NSF IGERT Program in Perceptual Science and studied working memory in Dr. Eileen Kowler's Eye Movements, Vision & Cognition Lab, and was a member of the RuCCS Certificate in Cognitive Science program. Melissa was a post-doctoral research associate in Dr. Lisa Feigenson's Child Development Lab at Johns Hopkins University.
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