2 articles published in JoVE
Experimental Paradigm for Measuring the Effects of Self-distancing in Young Children Amanda Grenell1, Rachel E. White2, Emily O. Prager1, Catherine Schaefer1, Ethan Kross3, Angela L. Duckworth4, Stephanie M. Carlson1 1Insitute of Child Development, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2Department of Psychology, Hamilton College, 3Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, 4Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania An experimental paradigm was created to measure the effects of self-distancing in young children (4-6-year-olds). Self-distancing is a process through which individuals adopt a less egocentric perspective. This paradigm has been used to examine the effects of self-distancing on young children's self-regulation.
Preparation of N-(2-alkoxyvinyl)sulfonamides from N-tosyl-1,2,3-triazoles and Subsequent Conversion to Substituted Phthalans and Phenethylamines John M. Bennett1, Jonathan D. Shapiro1, Krystina N. Choinski1, Yingbin Mei1, Sky M. Aulita1, Giovanny M. Dominguez1, Max M. Majireck1 1Chemistry Department, Hamilton College Representative experimental procedures for the synthesis of N-(2-alkoxyvinyl)sulfonamides and subsequent conversion to phthalan and phenethylamine derivatives are presented in detail.