Scientific MERIT Award, National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, 1999
Executive Committee, Developmental Psychology Division, American Psychological Association, 1998-2002
Executive Board, Cognitive Development Society, 1999-2001
Executive Board, International Society for the Study of Infancy, 1998-2002
Master Lecture, Society for Research in Child Development, 1999
President, Developmental Psychology Division, American Psychological Association, 2000-2001
William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology, University of Virginia, 2000-
Visiting Scholar, Harvard University, Department of Psychology
Scholar in Residence, Rockefeller Foundation Study and Conference Center (Bellagio, Italy), May, 2003
Plenary speaker, Cognitive Development Society, October, 2003
Listed in Twenty Studies That Fascinated Child Psychology, SRCD Newsletter, October 2003. [DeLoache, J.S., Miller, K.F., & Rosengren, K.S. (1997). The credible shrinking room: Very young children's performance with symbolic and non-symbolic relations. Psychological Science, 8, 308-313.] See entire list below.
PDF of “Twenty studies that fascinated child psychology” from Developments: Newsletter of the Society for Research in Child Development.