Publications

2020
Eisen S, Lillard AS. Media Use and Development of Executive Function. In: The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology. ; 2020.
Taggart J, Lillard AS. Pretend Play and Fantasy: What if Montessori Was Right? . Child Development Perspectives [Internet]. 2020;13 :85-90. Publisher's Version taggartlillard.20.pdf
Metzger M, Taggart J, Aviles E. 4th-year baccalaureate nursing students' perceptions of inclusive pedagogical strategies. 2020.
Metzger M, Taggart J. A longitudinal mixed methods study describing 4th year baccalaureate nursing students' perceptions of inclusive pedagogical strategies. Journal of Professional Nursing. 2020.
Taggart J, Ellwood M, Vasc D, Chin S, Lillard AS. Parents' roles and question-asking during pretend and real activities. Social Development. 2020.
Taggart J, Becker I, Rauen J, Al Kallas H, Lillard AS. What shall we do: Pretend or real? Children's choices and parents' perceptions. Journal of Cognition and Development [Internet]. 2020. Publisher's Version taggart.20.pdf
2019
Eisen SL, Lillard AS. Learning from Apps and Objects: The Human Touch. Mind, Brain, and Education. 2019.
Li H, Eisen S, Lillard AS. Anthropomorphic media exposure and preschoolers' anthropomorphic thinking in China. Journal of Children and Media . 2019;13 (2) :149-162.
Taggart J, Eisen S, Lillard A. The current landscape of US children's television: violent, prosocial, educational, and fantastical content. Journal of Children and Media [Internet]. 2019;13 :276-294. Publisher's Version
Lillard AS. Shunned and Admired: Montessori, Self-Determination, and a Case for Radical School Reform. Educational Psychology Review [Internet]. 2019 :1-27. Publisher's Version
Lillard AS, McHugh V. Authentic Montessori: The Dottoressa's View at the End of Her Life Part II. Journal of Montessori Research [Internet]. 2019;5 (1) :19-34. Publisher's Version
Lillard AS, McHugh V. Authentic Montessori: The Dottoressa's View at the End of Her Life Part I. Journal of Montessori Research [Internet]. 2019;5 (1) :1-18. Publisher's Version
Vasc D, Lillard AS. Pretend and Sociodramatic Play. In: The Encyclopedia of Child and Adolescent Development. New York: Wiley ; 2019.
2018
Lillard AS, Taggart J. Pretend play and fantasy: What if Montessori was right? . Child Development Perspectives [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's Version
Dore RA, Hoffman KM, Lillard AS, Trawalter S. Developing cognitions about race: White 5-to 10-year-olds' perceptions of hardship and pain. European Journal of Social Psychology. 2018;48 (2) :O121–O132. PDF
Taggart J, Heise MJ, Lillard AS. The real thing: preschoolers prefer actual activities to pretend ones. Developmental science. 2018;21 (3) :e12582. PDF
Bornstein MH. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development. SAGE Publications; 2018.
Lillard AS. Rethinking Education: Montessori’s Approach. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 2018 :0963721418769878.
Eisen S, Lillard AS. The Digital Dilemma: Why Limit Young Children’s Use of Interactive Media?. In: Video Game Influences on Aggression, Cognition, and Attention. Springer ; 2018. pp. 71–82.
Taggart J, Fukuda E, Lillard AS. Children’s preference for real activities: Even stronger in the Montessori Children’s House. Journal of Montessori Research. 2018;4 (2) :1–9.

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