Research studies conducted at Bing over the past decades are now staples in textbooks of psychology, education, and linguistics. Some have influenced public policy for children in America. Research for many doctoral dissertations has been conducted at Bing, under the supervision of Stanford faculty members. Most of the research takes place in the "game rooms," located off the atrium. Some research also takes place in the four classrooms. Some of the most important research programs carried out at Bing include:
One indication of the importance of the research conducted at Bing is the fact that 2/5 of the developmental psychologists elected to the National Academy are members of our psychology research faculty, namely, John Flavell and Eleanor Maccoby. ;
Current investigators conducting child studies at Bing include:
In this section you can locate publications based on research conducted at Bing Nursery School:
Read articles excerpted from The Bing Times, which provide an overview of the type of child development research conducted at Bing Nursery School.