Publications by members of our research unit

Volle Bücherschränke in der Fachbereichsbibliothek


2013


Markova, G., & Siposova, B. (2013). Relationship between oxytocin and maternal affect attunement during mother-infant interactions. Paper presented at BPS Developmental and Cognitive Sections Joint Conference, Reading, United Kingdom.


2012


Reddy, V., Markova, G., & Wallot, S. (2012). Anticipating being picked up: Joint coordination in 3-month-olds. Paper presented at 42nd Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Toronto, Canada.


Reddy, V., Markova, G., & Wallot, S. (2012). Anticipatory adjustments to infant-directed actions. Poster session presented at XVIIIth Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Minneapolis, United States.


Höhl, S., & Pauen, S. (2012). Effects of Fearful Facial Expressions on Infants’ ERP Responses to Fear-Relevant Stimuli. Poster session presented at The International Congress of Infant Studies 2012, Minneapolis, United States.


Reddy, V., Markova, G., & Wallot, S. (2012). Longitudinal changes in infant postural adjustments to being picked-up. Poster session presented at XIX Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Berlin, Germany.


Wahl, S., Michel, C., Pauen, S., & Höhl, S. (2012). What guides infants’ attention? The role of social and non-social cues for object processing. Poster session presented at The International Congress of Infant Studies 2012, Minneapolis, United States.


Sirsch, U., Gollubits, S., & Sramek, B. (2012). Das Erleben des Erwachsenwerdens in Abhängigkeit von der Ausbildung. Paper presented at 10. Tagung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Graz, Austria.


Legerstee, M., Markova, G., & Small, B. (2012). Relations between maternal mental state language and joint attention in typically-developing infants and infants with Down syndrome. Poster session presented at 13th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health, Cape Town, South Africa.


Sirsch, U., Gollubits, S., & Sramek, B. (2012). Do different educational pathways have an impact on the perception of becoming adult?. Paper presented at 13th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Spetses, Greece.