Rebecca E. Martin
Rebecca E. Martin
Senior Research Fellow, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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Promise and paradox: Measuring students’ non-cognitive skills and the impact of schooling
MR West, MA Kraft, AS Finn, RE Martin, AL Duckworth, CFO Gabrieli, ...
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 38 (1), 148-170, 2016
vlPFC–vmPFC–amygdala interactions underlie age-related differences in cognitive regulation of emotion
JA Silvers, C Insel, A Powers, P Franz, C Helion, RE Martin, J Weber, ...
Cerebral cortex 27 (7), 3502-3514, 2017
Cognitive skills, student achievement tests, and schools
AS Finn, MA Kraft, MR West, JA Leonard, CE Bish, RE Martin, ...
Psychological science 25 (3), 736-744, 2014
The neuroscience of emotion regulation development: Implications for education
RE Martin, KN Ochsner
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 10, 142-148, 2016
Cortical gray-matter thinning is associated with age-related improvements on executive function tasks
M Kharitonova, RE Martin, JDE Gabrieli, MA Sheridan
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 6, 61-71, 2013
The transition from childhood to adolescence is marked by a general decrease in amygdala reactivity and an affect-specific ventral-to-dorsal shift in medial prefrontal recruitment
JA Silvers, C Insel, A Powers, P Franz, C Helion, R Martin, J Weber, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 25, 128-137, 2017
Structural connectivity of the developing human amygdala
ZM Saygin, DE Osher, K Koldewyn, RE Martin, A Finn, R Saxe, ...
PloS one 10 (4), e0125170, 2015
Neural substrates of the development of cognitive control in children ages 5–10 years
M Sheridan, M Kharitonova, RE Martin, A Chatterjee, JDE Gabrieli
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (8), 1840-1850, 2014
Students learning about science by investigating an unfolding pandemic
C Matuk, R Martin, V Vasudevan, K Burgas, K Chaloner, I Davidesco, ...
Aera Open 7, 23328584211054850, 2021
Longitudinal changes in brain structures related to appetitive reactivity and regulation across development
RE Martin, JA Silvers, F Hardi, T Stephano, C Helion, C Insel, PJ Franz, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 38, 100675, 2019
Social influence shifts valuation of appetitive cues in early adolescence and adulthood.
RE Martin, Y Villanueva, T Stephano, PJ Franz, KN Ochsner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (10), 1521, 2018
Novelty and uncertainty differentially drive exploration across development
K Nussenbaum, RE Martin, S Maulhardt, YJ Yang, G Bizzell-Hatcher, ...
Elife 12, e84260, 2023
Collaborations in mind, brain, and education: An analysis of researcher–practitioner partnerships in three elementary school intervention studies
RE Martin, JS Groff
Mind, Brain, and Education 5 (3), 115-120, 2011
Open science in the classroom: students designing and peer reviewing studies in human brain and behavior research
C Matuk, L Yetman-Michaelson, R Martin, V Vasudevan, K Burgas, ...
Instructional Science 51 (5), 793-845, 2023
Neural signals predict information sharing across cultures
HY Chan, C Scholz, D Cosme, RE Martin, C Benitez, A Resnick, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (44), e2313175120, 2023
Neural and behavioral evidence that message self and social relevance motivate content sharing
D Cosme, C Scholz, HY Chan, C Benitez, RE Martin, A Resnick, JC Tartak, ...
PsyArXiv, 2023
A web-based tool for participatory science learning in the context of human psychology research
S Dikker, L Yetman-Michaelson, Y Shevchenko, K Burgas, K Chaloner, ...
International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 2022
MindHive: An online citizen science tool and curriculum for human brain and behavior research
S Dikker, Y Shevchenko, K Burgas, K Chaloner, M Sole, ...
Connected Science Learning 4 (2), 12318663, 2022
Students doing citizen science on an unfolding pandemic
V Vasudevan, C Matuk, E Bumbacher, I Davidesco, S Dikker, S Sadhukha, ...
Proceedings of the 15th International Conference of the Learning Sciences …, 2021
Influencing Emotions: How Brain Development and Social Factors Shape Affective Responses
RE Martin
Columbia University, 2017
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