| ACADEMICS | Schools & Departments | Psychology | Bonnie Kanner
B.A., M.S., C.A.S., State University of New York at Albany;
Ph.D. Clark University
Area of Specialization
Social and cognitive development among peers, from preschool through late childhood. Enculturated beliefs about marriage among college-aged young adults in India and the U.S.
Selected Publications Soysa, C. K., Dawson, L. J., Kanner, B. G., Wagoner, M. J., &
Soltano, E. G. (2009). Assignments and course content in teaching
diversity. In R. A. Gurung & L. R. Prieto (Eds.), Getting Culture:
Incorporating diversity across the curriculum (pp. 331-340). Sterling,
VA: Stylus Publishing.Kanner, B. G. (2002). The cultural framing of conceptions of development. Psychology and Developing Societies, 14, 131-153.Mascolo,
M. F., Kanner, B. G., & Griffin, S. (1998). Neo-Piagetian systems
theory and the education of young children. Early childhood development
and care, 140, 31-52.Wertsch, J. V. & Kanner, B. G. (1992). A
Sociocultural Approach to Intellectual Development. In R. Sternberg and
C. Berg (Eds.), Intellectual Development. New York: Cambridge
University Press.Kanner, B. G. & Wertsch, J. V. (1991). Beyond a transmission model of communication. Educational Psychology Review.