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Sammy Perone

Sammy Perone

Assistant Professor 509-335-8659 Johnson Tower 515, Pullman PO BOX 644852

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Education/Training

  • Ph.D. Psychology, University of Iowa, 2010
  • B.A. Psychology, Purdue University, 2003

Professional Experience

Present
Assistant Professor, Department of Human Development, Washington State University

2014-2016
NICHD Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota

2011-2014
Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Psychology, University of Iowa

Research Interests

  • Developmental neuroscience
  • Electroencephalography (EEG) methodology
  • Brain, behavioral and social basis of emotion regulation from infancy to adulthood
  • Emergence and development of top-down (executive) control

Selected Publications

Perone, S., Weybright, E. H., & Anderson, A. J. (in press, available online). Over and over again: Changes in frontal EEG asymmetry across a boring task. Psychophysiology. doi.org/10.1111/psyp.13427

Perone, S., & Gartstein, M. A. (in press, available online) Mapping cortical rhythms to infant behavioral tendencies via baseline EEG and parent-report. Developmental Psychobiology doi.org/10.1002/dev.21867

Perone, S., Plebanek, D., Lorenz, M., Spencer, J. P., & Samuelson, L. K. (2019).  Empirical tests of a brain-based model of executive function. Child Development, 90, 210-226.doi: 10.1111/cdev.12885

Anderson, A. J., & Perone, S.(2018). Developmental change in the resting state electroencephalogram: Insights into cognition and the brain. Brain and Cognition, 126, 40-52. doi.org/10.1016/j.bandc.2018.08.001

Perone, S., Palanisamy, J., & Carlson, S.M. (2018). Age-related changes in brain rhythms from early to middle childhood: Links to Executive Function. Developmental Science, 21, e12691. doi.org/10.1111/desc.12691

Perone, S., Molitor, S. J., Buss, A. T., Spencer, J. P., & Samuelson, L. K. (2015). Enhancing executive function in 3-year-old children performing the dimensional change card sort task. Child Development, 86, 812-827. doi: 10.1111/cdev.12330