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Stephen J. Ceci

Professor of Developmental Psychology

Cornell University

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Cornell University

130 E. Seneca Street Suite 520

Ithaca, New York,14850

United States

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Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell University is a private institution that was founded in 1865. Today, it consists of 14 different schools that operate under the umbrella of the university. Cornell ranks 15 on the list of best national universities, 16 on the lis...more

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In search of truth

accfocus.org [cached]

Among them was Cornell University professor Stephen Ceci (one of three experts nominated by Ellis' legal counsel), whose opinion the Thorp Report recommended that the Ministry of Justice seek.
Eichelbaum - who could have appointed up to six experts discarded Ceci due to his "high profile" and "research direction".


Popular media on PAS

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"Sadly, children are responsive to the custodial parent who has access to them," Stephen J. Ceci, professor of developmental psychology at Cornell University, wrote in an e-mail.


FMSF Newsletter - November/December 2001 - Vol. 10, No. 6

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Stephen J. Ceci, *
* Ph.D., The Helen L. Carr Professor of Child Development at Cornell * * University and Co-Author of Jeopardy in the Courtroom Contents *


www.psychologicalscience.org

Stephen J. Ceci, Cornell University, Department of Human Development
Stephen Ceci Stephen Ceci Ceci is the Helen L. Carr Chaired Professor of Developmental Psychology and SUNY Distinguished Professor in the Department of Human Development. He currently holds courtesy appointments in the psychology departments at the University College London and the University of Kent. Currently, with Wendy Williams, Steve conducts a major project examining sex differences in cognitive performance, which has culminated this year in several new peer-reviewed articles (e.g., Psychological Science in the Public Interest (second most read article for November, 2014) and popular outlets such as an editorial in the New York Times and an article in Scientific American Mind) and chapters. Steve continues to develop his bio-ecological theory of intelligence, and to publish articles dealing with cognitive development (e.g., memory development). Finally, along with law professor Richard Friedman, Steve is planning to submit an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in spring, 2015, that is heavily based on their new University of Chicago Law Review article. Steve Ceci is the author of ~ 400-450 articles, books, commentaries, reviews, and chapters-many in the premier journals of the field. According to Google Scholar, his work has been cited over 22,000 times and his h-index is 63, with 37 publications each cited in excess of 100 times. Steve has given hundreds of invited addresses and keynote speeches around the world (Harvard, Cambridge University, Oxford, Yale, Princeton, University of Rome, University of Oslo, Max Plank Institutes in both Munich and Berlin). He has served on the Advisory Board of the National Science Foundation for seven years (the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences), and was a member of the National Academy of Sciences' Board of Behavioral and Sensory Sciences for six years. His major honors and scientific awards include: They include The Reluctant Reader (sole authored), How to Develop Student Creativity (with Robert Sternberg), Escaping the Advice Trap (with Stephen Ceci; reviewed in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and USA Today), Practical Intelligence for School (with Howard Gardner, Robert Sternberg, Tina Blythe, Noel White, and Jin Li), Why Aren't More Women in Science? (with Stephen Ceci; winner of a 2007 Independent Publisher Book Award), and The Mathematics of Sex (with Stephen Ceci). They include The Reluctant Reader (sole authored), How to Develop Student Creativity (with Robert Sternberg), Escaping the Advice Trap (with Stephen Ceci; reviewed in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and USA Today), Practical Intelligence for School (with Howard Gardner, Robert Sternberg, Tina Blythe, Noel White, and Jin Li), Why Aren't More Women in Science? (with Stephen Ceci; winner of a 2007 Independent Publisher Book Award), and The Mathematics of Sex (with Stephen Ceci).


Association for Psychological Science: Journals

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Steve Ceci, Cornell University


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