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Published: Jennifer Rennels
Jennifer Rennels and Andrea Kayl (both Psychology), along with Swedish collaborators Joshua Juvrud, Martin Asperholm, Gustaf Gredebäck, and Agneta Herlitz, published an article in Developmental Psychology on how differences in caregiving experience (female caregiver only or distributed caregiving between a female and male) are related to infants' ability to recognize female and male faces. The article is "Caregiving Experience and its Relation to Perceptual Narrowing of Face Gender." Rennels directs the UNLV Baby and Child Rebel Lab.
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