Publications by members of our research unit

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2019


Michel, C., Matthes, D., & Hoehl, S. (2019). The influence of social cues on infants' object encoding in natural mother-infant interactions.. Poster session presented at PaEpsy 2019, Leipzig, Germany.


2018


Schleihauf, H., Tsvetkova, N., König, A., Mombaur, K., Höhl, S., & Pauen, S. (2018). Do humans over-imitate robots?. doi.org/10.17632/r96vch87fj.1


Bánki, A. A., Jäger, C., Weiskopf, N., & Geyer, S. (2018). Measuring the Axonal G-Ratio Distribution in the Human Optic Chiasm Region with Histology ex Vivo. Poster session presented at 24th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Singapore, Singapore. ww5.aievolution.com/hbm1801/index.cfm


Bánki, A. A., Lefebvre, A., Landman, B., Delorme, R., & Dumas, G. (2018). Behavioral and neural dynamics during social interaction with a virtual avatar in autism spectrum disorder. Poster session presented at Interactions sociales, Systèmes Intelligents et Santé, Paris, France.


Köster, M., Langeloh, M., & Höhl, S. (2018). How do infants encode unexpected events? At the 4 Hz Theta rhythm!. Poster session presented at Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development (BCCCD), Budapest, Hungary.


Sirsch, U. (2018). Challenges regarding the concept of emerging adulthood. In M. Zupančič, & M. Puklek Levpušček (Eds.), Prehod v odraslost: Sodobni trendi in raziskave (pp. 51-80). Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani.


Langeloh, M., Buttelmann, D., Pauen, S., & Höhl, S. (2018). Did you expect that? 12-months-olds discriminate familiar and unusual action outcomes without context information.. Poster session presented at 21th Interntional Congress of Infant Studies, United States.


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