Elisabeth Marchand

emarchan@ucsd.edu / 858-999-1656

Education

2015 - present    Ph.D. student, Psychology, University of California, San Diego
2014-2015           Certificate in psychological sciences, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
2013-2014           M.P.O, Speech-Language pathology, Université de Montréal, Canada
2010-2013           B.Sc., Speech-Language pathology, Université de Montréal, Canada

Grants

2017-present      Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Doctoral Scholarship
2016-2017           Norman Anderson Travel Award, UCSD (2-time recipient)
2009                  Canadian Foundation Scholarship Millennium

Publications and Manuscripts

Marchand, E., Barner, D. (chapter in prep). Analogical Mapping in Numerical Development. Language and Culture in Mathematical Cognition, Elsevier. 

Barner, D., Athanasopoulou, A., Chu, J., Lewis, M., Marchand, E., Schneider, R., & Frank, M. (in prep). A one-year classroom-randomized trial of mental abacus instruction for first- and second-grade students

Honoré, N., Marchand, E., Noël, M-P., (in prep). Impact of spatial versus non-spatial number magnitude training on numerical development. 

Talks and Posters

Marchand, E., Wade, S., Sullivan, J., & Barner, D. (2017). Estimation Abilities in Bilingual French-English Children. Talk at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting. Austin, TX.

Marchand, E., Wade, S., Sullivan, J., & Barner, D. (2016). Estimation Abilities in Bilingual French-English Children. Poster presented at the Math Cognition and Learning Conference, Dallas-Forth Worth, TX

Honoré, N., Noël, M-P., Marchand, E., (2015). Impact of spatial versus non-spatial training of number magnitude on numerical development. Poster presented at the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences, Brussels.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant, University of California, San Diego, Introduction to Developmental Psychology (Spring 2017)
Teaching Assistant, University of California, San Diego, Introduction to Developmental Psychology (Winter 2016)
Teaching Assistant, University of California, San Diego, Introduction to Psychology (Winter 2015)