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Karen Adolph

 
  • Soska, K. C., Adolph, K. E., & Johnson, S.P. (2010). Systems in development: Motor skill acquisition facilitates three-dimensional object completion. Developmental Psychology, 46, 129-138.
  • Adolph, K. E. (2008). Learning to move. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 17, 213-218.
  • Adolph, K. E., Tamis-LeMonda, C. S., Ishak, S., Karasik, L. B., & Lobo, S. A. (2008). Locomotor experience and use of social information are posture specific. Developmental Psychology, 44, 1705-1714.
  • Tamis-LeMonda, C. S., Adolph, K. E., Lobo, S. A., Karasik, L., Dimitroupoulou, K. D., & Ishak, S. (2008). When infants take mothers’ advice: 18-month-olds integrate perceptual and social information for guiding motor action. Developmental Psychology, 44, 734-746.
  • Adolph, K. E. & Berger, S. E. (2006). Motor development. In W. Damon & R. Lerner (Series Eds.) & D. Kuhn & R. S. Siegler (Vol. Eds.), Handbook of child psychology: Vol. 2: Cognition, perception, and language (6th ed.) New York: Wiley, pp. 161-213.
  • Berger, S. E., Adolph, K. E., & Lobo, S. A., (2005). Out of the toolbox: Toddlers differentiate wobbly and wooden handrails. Child Development, 76, 1294-1307.
  • Adolph, K. E. (2000). Specificity of learning: Why infants fall over a veritable cliff. Psychological Science, 11, 290-295.
  • Adolph, K. E. & Avolio, A. M. (2000). Walking infants adapt locomotion to changing body dimensions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 26, 1148-1166.
  • Adolph, K. E. (1997). Learning in the development of infant locomotion. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 62 (3, Serial No. 251).
  • Adolph, K. E.  (1995).  A psychophysical assessment of toddlers' ability to cope with slopes.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, 21, 734-750.
 

Benoît Bardy

 
  • Faugloire, E., Bardy, B. G., & Stoffregen, T. A. (2009). (De)Stabilization of required and spontaneous postural dynamics with learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35, 170-187.
 

Cathy Craig

 
  • Craig, C. M., & Lee, D. N. (1999). Neonatal control of sucking pressures. Evidence for an intrinsic tau-guide. Experimental Brain Research, 124, 371-382.
 

Jonathan Delafield-Butt

 
  • Trevarthen, C., Delafield-Butt, J.T., & Schögler, B. (2009). The Psychobiology of Human Gesture: Form, rhythm, and melody in infants’ movements of narration. In Hatten (Ed.) Music and Gesture. London: Ashgate.
  • Taffoni, F., Campolo, D., Delafield-Butt, J., Keller, F., Guglielmelli, E. (2008). Design and assembly of a magneto-inertial wearable device for ecological behavioural analysis of infants. IEEE/RSJ Intelligent Robots and Systems.
  • Trevarthen, C., Aitken, K., Nagy, E., Delafield-Butt, J., and Vandekerckhove, M. (2006). Collaborative Regulations of Vitality in Early Childhood: Stress in Intimate Relationships and Postnatal Psychopathology. In Cicchetti, D. and Cohen, D.J. (Eds.) Developmental Psychopathology, New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
 

Eugene Goldfield

 
  • Goldfield, E.C., Smith, V. (in press). Preterm infant swallowing and respiration coordination during oral feeding: Relationship to dysphagia and aspiration. Current Pediatric Review.
  • Berthouze, L., Goldfield, E.C. (2008). Assembly, tuning, and transfer of action systems in infants and robots. Infant and Child Development, 17, 25-42.
  • Goldfield, E.C. (2008). Newborns: Motor development. In M. Haith & J. Benson (eds.), Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood Development. San Diego: Academic Press, 2008 (438-449).
  • Goldfield, E.C. (2007). A dynamical systems approach to infant oral feeding and dysphagia: From model system to therapeutic medical device. Ecological Psychology, 19: 21-48.
  • Goldfield, E.C., Richardson, M.J., Lee, K.G. et al. (2006). Coordination of sucking, swallowing, and breathing and oxygen saturation during early infant breastfeeding and bottle-feeding. Pediatric Research, 60, 450-455.
  • Goldfield, E.C., Wolff, P.H. (2004).A dynamical systems perspective on infant action and its development. In G. Bremner & A. Slater (eds.), Theories of infant development. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004 (pp. 3-29).
  • Goldfield, E.C., Wolff, P.H. (2002). Motor development in infancy. In A. Slater, M. Lewis (eds.), Introduction to infant development. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002 (pp. 61-82).
  • Goldfield, E.C. (2000). Development of infant action systems and exploratory activity. Ecological Psychology, 12: 303-318.
  • Goldfield, E.C., Wolff, P.H., Schmidt, R.C. (1999). Dynamics of oral-respiratory coordination in full term and preterm infants: I. Comparisons at 38 weeks postconceptional age. Developmental Science, 2, 248-258.
  • Goldfield, E.C. (1995). Emergent forms: Origins and early development of human action and perception. New York: Oxford University Press.
 

Maya Gratier

 
  • Gratier, M. & Trevarthen, C. (2008). Musical narratives and motives for culture in mother-infant vocal interaction. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 15(10-11), 46-79.
  • Delavenne, A., Gratier, M. & Devouche, E. (2008). Phrasing and fragmented time in “pathological” mother-infant vocal interaction. Musicae Scientiae, Special Issue ‘Expression and Narrative’, 47-70.
  • Gratier, M. et Apter-Danon, G. (2008). The musicality of belonging: Repetition and variation in mother-infant vocal interaction. In S. Malloch & C. Trevarthen (Eds), Communicative Musicality: Narratives of Expressive Gesture and Being Human. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gratier, M. & Trevarthen, C. (2007). Voice, vitality and meaning : On the shaping of the infant’s utterances in willing engagement with culture. International Journal of Discourse Studies, 2(1), 169-181.
  • Gratier, M. (2007). Les rythmes de l’intersubjectivité. Spirale (numéro spécial: Rhythm’n babies), 44, 39-46.
  • Sigman, M., Dijamco A., Gratier, M. & Rozga, A. (2004). Early detection of core deficits in autism. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 10, 221-233.
  • Gratier, M. (2003). Expressive timing and interactional synchrony between mothers and infants: Cultural similarities, cultural differences, and the immigration experience. Cognitive Development, 18 (4), 533-55.
  • Devouche, E. &  Gratier, M. (2001). Microanalyse du rythme dans les échanges vocaux et gestuels entre la mère et son bébé de 10 semaines. Devenir, 13 (2), 55-82.
 

Claes von Hofsten

 
  • von Hofsten, C., Uhlig, H., Adell, M., & Kochukhova, O. (2009) How children with autism look at events. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 3, 556 - 569.
  • Örnkloo, H. & von Hofsten, C. (2007) Fitting objects into holes: on the development of spatial cognition skills. Developmental Psychology, 43, 403-416.
  • von Hofsten, C. (2004) An action perspective on motor development. Trends in Cognitive Science, 8, 266-272.
  • von Hofsten,C. (1991) Structuring of early reaching movements: A longitudinal study.  Journal of Motor Behavior, 23, 280-292.
  • von Hofsten, C. and Rönnqvist, L. (1988) Preparation for grasping an object: A developmental study. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 14, 610-621.
  • von Hofsten, C.. (1983). Catching skills in infancy.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 9, 75-85
  • von Hofsten, C. (1980) Predictive reaching for moving  objects  by human infants.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 30, 369-382.
 

Flavio Keller

 
  • Campolo D., Taffoni F., Schiavone G., Formica D., Guglielmelli E., Keller F. (2009) Technology for Ecological Assessment of Sensori-Motor Coordination in Infants- Submitted.
 

Jeffrey M Kinsella-Shaw

 
  • Shaw, R.E., Kadar, E., & Kinsella-Shaw, J. M. (1995). Modelling systems with intentional dynamics: A lesson from quantum mechanics. In K. Pribram (Ed.) Appalacia II: Origins of self-organization.The Report of the Second Annual Appalachian Conference on Neurodynamics. Hillsdale NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates, 53-101.
 

Giannis Kugiumutzakis

 
  • Kugiumutzakis, G., Kaklamani, S., Sarafidou, E., Markodimitraki, M. & Pateraki, M. (in press) (in Greek). Durations in imitative interaction of DZ twin infants. Child and Adolescent.
  • Mazokopaki, K. & Kugiumutzakis, G. (2008). Infants rhythms: Expressions of musical companionship. In S. Malloch & C. Trevarthen (Eds). Communicative Musicality: Exploring the Basis of Human Companionship (pp. 185-208). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Papastathopoulos, S. & Kugiumutzakis, G. (2007). The intersubjectivity of imagination: The special case of imaginary companions. In. S. Bråten (ed). On Being Moved. From Mirror Neurons to Empathy (pp. 219-233). Amsterdam/Phladelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G., Kokkinaki, T., Markodimitraki, M. & Vitalaki, E. (2005). Emotions in Early Mimesis. In J. Nadel & D. Muir (eds.). Emotional Development: Recent Research Advances, (pp. 161-182).Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Kokkinaki, T. & Kugiumutzakis, G. (2000). Basic aspects of vocal imitation in infant–parent interaction during the first six months. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 18, 3, 173-187.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1999). Genesis and development of early human mimesis to facial and vocal models. In J. Nadel & G. Butterworth (Eds). Imitation in Infancy (pp. 36-59). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1998). Neonatal imitation in the intersubjective companion space. In S. Bråten (ed.). Intersubjective Communication and Emotion in Early Ontogeny (pp. 63-88). Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1996). Le développement de l’imitation précoce de modèles de faciaux et vocaux. Enfance, 1, 21–25.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1993). Intersubjective vocal imitation in early mother-infant interaction. In J. Nadel & L. Camaioni (Eds). New Perspectives in Early Communicative Development (pp. 23-47). London: Routledge.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1988) (in Greek). Genesis of human mimesis. Psychological Themata, 1, 5-21.
 

James Lackner

 
  • Rabin E, DiZio P, Lackner JR. (2006).Time course of haptic stabilization of posture. Exp Brain Res, 170: 122-126.
  • Pigeon P, Bortolami SB, DiZio P, Lackner JR. (2003)  Coordinated turn and reach movements. I. Anticipatory compensation for self-generated Coriolis and interaction torques.  J. Neurophysiol., 89: 276-289.
  • Pigeon P, Bortolami SB, DiZio P, Lackner JR. (2003)  Coordinated turn and reach movements. II. Planning in an external frame of reference. J. Neurophysiol., 89: 290-303.
 

David Lee

 
  • Lee, D. N. (2009). General Tau Theory: evolution to date. Special Issue: Landmarks in Perception. Perception, 38, 837-858.
  • Craig, C. M. & Lee, D. N. (1999). Neonatal control of nutritive sucking pressure: evidence for an intrinsic t-guide. Experimental Brain Research, 124, 371-382.
  • Lee, D. N., Von Hofsten, C., & Cotton, E. (1997). Perception in action approach to cerebral palsy. In K. Connelly & H. Forrsberg (Eds.), The Neurophysiology and Neuropsychology of Motor Development (pp. 257-285). London: Mac Keith Press.
  • Van der Meer, A. L. H., Van der Weel, F. R., & Lee, D. N. (1995). The functional significance of arm movements in neonates. Science, 267, 693-695.
  • Van der Meer, A. L. H., van der Weel, F. R., & Lee, D. N. (1994). Prospective control in catching in infants. Perception, 23, 287-302.
  • Van der Weel, F. R., Van der Meer, A. L. H. & Lee, D. N. (1991). Effect of task on movement control in Cerebral Palsy: Implications for assessment and therapy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 33, 419-426.
  • Daniel, B. M. & Lee, D. N. (1990). Development of looking with head and eyes. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 50, 200-216.
  • Lee, D. N., Young, D. S. & McLaughlin, C. M. (1984). A roadside simulation of road crossing for children. Ergonomics, 27, 1271-1281.
  • Lee, D. N. (1980). The optic flow field: the foundation of vision. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B, 290:, 169-179. PDF
  • Lee, D. N. & Aronson, E. (1974). Visual proprioceptive control of standing in human infants. Perception and Psychophysics, 15, 529-532.
 

Audrey van der Meer

 
  • Van der Weel, F.R. & Van der Meer, A.L.H (2009). Seeing it coming: Infants’ brain responses to looming danger. Naturwissenschaften. 96: 1385-1391. PDF
  • Kayed, N.S. & Van der Meer, A.L.H. (2009). A longitudinal study of prospective control in catching by full-term and preterm infants. Experimental Brain Research, 194, 245-258.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Ramstad, M. & Van der Weel, F.R. (2008). Choosing the shortest way to mum: Auditory guided rotation in 6- to 9-month-old infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 31, 207-216.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Fallet, G. & Van der Weel, F.R. (2008). Perception of structured optic flow and random visual motion in infants and adults: A high-density EEG study. Experimental Brain Research, 186, 493-502.
  • Kayed, N.S. & Van der Meer, A.L.H. (2007).  Infants’ timing strategies to optical collisions: A longitudinal study. Infant Behavior and Development, 30, 50-59.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Holden, G. & Van der Weel, F.R. (2005). Coordination of sucking, swallowing, and breathing in healthy newborns. Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology, 2, 69-72.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H. (1997). Keeping the arm in the limelight: Advanced visual control of arm movements in neonates. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 4, 103-108. 
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Van der Weel, F.R. & Lee, D.N. (1995). The functional significance of arm movements in neonates. Science, 267, 693-695. 
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Van der Weel, F.R. & Lee, D.N. (1994). Prospective control in catching by infants. Perception, 23, 287-302.
 

Gert-Jan Pepping

 
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Grealy, M. (Eds.) (2007). Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
 

Herbert Pick

 
  • Rieser, J. J. & Pick, H. L. Jr. (2007).  Perception-Action-Representation Systems and Using Movement to Update Spatial Orientation:  What changes with learning and development?  In Plumert, J.M. & Spencer, J.P. (Eds.) The Emerging Spatial Mind. New York: Oxford.
  • Pick, H. L. Jr. (2004). Interrelation of Perception, Action, and Cognition in Development: An Historical Perspective. In I. Stockman (Ed.) Movement and Action in Learning and Development pp 33-48. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Pick, H. L. Jr. (2003). Development and learning: An historical perspective on acquisition of motor control. Infant Behavior and Development 26, 441-448.
 

Niki Powers

 
  • Powers, N. and Trevarthen, C. (2008) Pitch modulation of mother’s vowel sounds in infant-directed talk and song: emotion, culture and regulation in vocal narrative games.  In: Communicative Musicality: Narratives of Expressive Gesture and Being Human.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Powers, N. (2000) Intrinsic Musicality: Rhythm and Prosody in Infant Directed Voices. In: Annual Report (1999-2000), No 23, Research and Clinical Centre for Child Development, Faculty of Education, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
 

Kerstin Rosander

 
  • Rosander, K. (2007) Visual tracking and its relationship to cortical development. In von Hofsten, C. & Rosander, K. (Eds.) Progress in Brain Research: From Action to Cognition., 164,105-22. Review. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Rosander, K., Nyström, P., Gredeback, G., and von Hofsten, C. (2007). Cortical processing of visual motion in young infants, Vision Research, 47,614-623.
  • Von Hofsten C., Kochukhova, O, and Rosander, K. (2007). Predictive tracking over occlusions by 4-month-old infants,  Developmental Science, 10, 625-640.
  • Rosander, K. and von Hofsten, C. (2004). Infant’s emerging ability to represent object motion. Cognition, 91, 1-22
  • Rosander, K. and von Hofsten, C. (2002). Development of gaze tracking of small and large objects. Exp. Brain Research, 146, 256-264.
  • Witherington, D., von Hofsten, C., Rosander, K., Robinette, K., Woollacott, M., and Berthental, B. (2002). The development of anticipatory postural adjustments in infancy.  Infancy, 3, 495-517.
  • Rosander, K. and von Hofsten, C. (2000) Visual-vestibular interaction in early infancy. Exp. Brain Research, 133, 321-333.
  • von Hofsten, C. Vishton, P., Spelke, E., Feng, Q., and Rosander, K. (1998). Predictive action in infancy. Tracking and reaching for moving objects. Cognition, 67, 255-285.
  • von Hofsten, C. and Rosander, K. (1997). Development of smooth pursuit tracking in young infants. Vision Research, 37, 1799-1810.
  • von Hofsten, C., and Rosander, K. (1996). The development of gaze control and predictive tracking in young infants. Vision Research. 36, 81-96.
 

Ross Sanders

 
  • Sanders, R.H., and Psycharakis, S.G. (2009) Rolling rhythms in front crawl swimming with six-beat kick. Journal of Biomechanics, 42, pp. 273-279.
  • Sanders, R.H., Li, S., and Hamill, J. Adjustment to change in familiar and unfamiliar task constraints. Journal of Sports Science, 27(6), 651-659.
  • Sanders, R.H. (2007). Kinematics, coordination, variability, and noise in the prone flutter kick at different levels of a "learn-to-swim" programme,  Journal of Sports Science. 25(2): 213-27.
 

Benjaman Schogler

 
  • Schögler  B.W. (2008) Rhythmus – action time.  In Handicap, Education and Participation - Encyclopaedia of Special Education, Editors Otto Braun and Ulrike Lüdke.  Stuttgart (Germany): Kohlhammer
  • Trevarthen C. and B. Schögler (2008) Musicality and the creation of meaning: Infant’s voices and jazz duets show us how, and not what, music means.  In Cross Disciplinary Studies in Music and Meaning.  Editors C. Grund and R. Hatten.  Indiana University Press.
  • Trevarthen C., & Schögler B. (2007) Dancing Minds.  In Being Moved by Action-Perception, Music and Speech. Mirror neurons and the developmental bases of (pre)verbal intersubjectivity and clinical applications.  Braten S. (Ed). Cambridge University Press.
 

John Stein

 
  • Stein, J. F. (2003). "Why did language develop?" Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 67 Suppl 1: S131-5.
  • Stein, J. (2001). "The sensory basis of reading problems." Dev.Neuropsychol. 20:
 

Thomas Stoffregen

 
  • Chen, F.-C., Stoffregen, T. A., & Wade, M. G. (2011). Postural responses to a suprapostural visual task among children with and without Developmental Coordination Disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 1948-1956.
  • Chang, C.-H., Wade, M. G., Stoffregen, T. A., Hsu, C.-Y., & Pan, C.-Y. (2010). Visual tasks and postural sway in children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 31, 1536-1542.
  • Prado, J. M., Stoffregen, T. A., & Duarte, M. (2007). Postural sway during dual tasks in young and elderly adults. Gerontology, 53, 274-281.
 

Colwyn Trevarthen

 
  • Trevarthen, C. (1984). How control of movements develops.  In, H.T.A. Whiting (Ed.)  Human Motor Actions: Bernstein Reassessed.  Amsterdam: Elsevier (North  Holland)  pp 223-261.
 

Martine Verheul

 
  • Chohan, A., Verheul, M. H. G., van Kampen, P., Wind, M., & Savelsbergh, G. J. P. (2008). Children’s use of the bearing angle in interceptive actions. Journal of Motor Behavior, 40(1), 18-28.
  • Savelsbergh, G., Rosengren, K., van der Kamp, J. & Verheul, M. (2003). Catching Action Development. In G. Savelsbergh, J. van der Kamp, K. Davids & S. Bennett (Eds.), Development of Movement Coordination in Children: Applications in the fields of ergonomics, health sciences and sport (pp. 191-212). London: Routledge.
 

Ruud van der Weel

 
  • Van der Weel, F.R. & Van der Meer, A.L.H (2009). Seeing it coming: Infants’ brain responses to looming danger. Naturwissenschaften. 96: 1385-1391.  PDF
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Fallet, G. & Van der Weel, F.R. (2008). Perception of structured optic flow and random visual motion in infants and adults: A high-density EEG study. Experimental Brain Research, 186, 493-502.
  • Aanondsen, Ch.M., Van der Meer, A.L.H., Brubakk, A.-M., Evensen, K.A.I., Skranes, J.S., Myhr, G. & Van der Weel, F.R. (2007). Differentiating prospective control information for catching in prematurely born VLBW, full-term SGA, and full-term AGA control adolescents. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 49, 112-116.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Holden, G. & Van der Weel, F.R. (2005). Coordination of sucking, swallowing, and breathing in healthy newborns. Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology, 2, 69-72.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H. & Van der Weel, F.R. (1999).  Development of perception in action in healthy and at-risk children. Acta Paediatrica (Supplement), 88, 29-36.
  • Van der Weel, F.R., Van der Meer, A.L.H. & Lee, D.N. (1996). Measuring dysfunction of basic movement control in cerebral palsy. Human Movement Science, 15, 253-283. PDF
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Van der Weel, F.R. & Lee, D.N. (1996). Lifting weights in neonates: Developing visual control of reaching. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 37, 424-436.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Van der Weel, F.R., Lee, D.N., Laing, I.A. & Lin, J.-P. (1995). Development of prospective control of catching moving objects in preterm at-risk infants. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 37, 145-158.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Van der Weel, F.R. & Lee, D.N. (1995). The functional significance of arm movements in neonates. Science, 267, 693-695.
  • Van der Meer, A.L.H., Van der Weel, F.R. & Lee, D.N. (1994). Prospective control in catching by infants. Perception, 23, 287-302.
  • Van der Weel, F.R., Van der Meer, A.L.H. & Lee, D.N. (1991). Effect of task on movement control in cerebral palsy: Implications for assessment and control. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 33, 419-426.