Katarina Begus
Katarina Begus
Rutgers University - Newark
Verified email at scarletmail.rutgers.edu
TitleCited byYear
Infant pointing serves an interrogative function
K Begus, V Southgate
Developmental science 15 (5), 611-617, 2012
1422012
Motor activation during the prediction of nonexecutable actions in infants
V Southgate, K Begus
Psychological Science 24 (6), 828-835, 2013
552013
Infants learn what they want to learn: Responding to infant pointing leads to superior learning
K Begus, T Gliga, V Southgate
PloS one 9 (10), e108817, 2014
512014
Multisensory uncertainty reduction for hand localization in children and adults.
M Nardini, K Begus, D Mareschal
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (3), 773, 2013
442013
Cortical specialisation to social stimuli from the first days to the second year of life: A rural Gambian cohort
S Lloyd-Fox, K Begus, D Halliday, L Pirazzoli, A Blasi, M Papademetriou, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 25, 92-104, 2017
432017
Infants’ preferences for native speakers are associated with an expectation of information
K Begus, T Gliga, V Southgate
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (44), 12397-12402, 2016
372016
Goal representation in the infant brain
V Southgate, K Begus, S Lloyd-Fox, V di Gangi, A Hamilton
NeuroImage 85, 294-301, 2014
332014
Neural mechanisms of infant learning: differences in frontal theta activity during object exploration modulate subsequent object recognition
K Begus, V Southgate, T Gliga
Biology letters 11 (5), 20150041, 2015
212015
Using fNIRS to study working memory of infants in rural Africa
K Begus, S Lloyd-Fox, D Halliday, M Papademetriou, MK Darboe, ...
Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXVII, 273-279, 2016
102016
Curious learners: How infants’ motivation to learn shapes and is shaped by infants’ interactions with the social world
K Begus, V Southgate
Active Learning from Infancy to Childhood, 13-37, 2018
62018
Reply to Kinzler and Liberman: Neural correlate provides direct evidence that infant's social preferences are about information
K Begus, T Gliga, V Southgate
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201703098, 2017
22017
Measuring brain function in newborns in rural Gambia
S Lloyd-Fox, D Halliday, K Begus, M Darboe, A Prentice, S Moore, ...
The FASEB Journal 29 (1_supplement), 899.5, 2015
22015
Integration for visual and proprioceptive cues to hand position in development
M Nardini, K Begus, C Manning, D Mareschal
Perception 39, 146-146, 2010
12010
Establishing a Biomarker of Cortical Specialisation in infants in The Gambia and UK
S Lloyd-Fox, CW Lee, L Pirazzoli, A Blasi, D Halliday, M Papademetriou, ...
The FASEB Journal 30 (1_supplement), 1149.14-1149.14, 2016
2016
Cortical specialisation to social stimuli from the first days to the second year of life: A rural Gambian cohort.
BMPMKD AM, MH Prentice, JSEMCE Elwell
2016
Optical Brain Imaging as an Assessment Tool for Nutrition Related Cognitive Development in Rural Gambia: Studies from Birth to 24 Months of Age
S Lloyd-Fox, D Halliday, K Begus, H Maris, M Papademetriou, N Everdell, ...
European Journal of Nutrition & Food Safety, 538-539, 2015
2015
Cognitive Development in Rural Gambia: Relating Behavior and Growth from 6–24 Months of Age
S Lloyd-Fox, D Halliday, K Begus, P Vellekoop, H Maris, L Sanyang, ...
The FASEB Journal 29 (1_supplement), 28.3, 2015
2015
Miscalibration of depth cues in the developing visual system
M Nardini, K Begus, D Mareschal
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 136-136, 2014
2014
Brain imaging of nutrition related cognitive development in rural Gambia: studies from birth to 24 months of age (619.1)
D Halliday, S Lloyd-Fox, K Begus, H Maris, M Papademetriou, N Everdell, ...
The FASEB Journal 28 (1_supplement), 619.1, 2014
2014
Behavioural measures of nutrition related cognitive development in rural Gambia: studies from birth to 24 months of age (389.1)
S Lloyd-Fox, D Halliday, H Maris, K Begus, M Darboe, A Prentice, ...
The FASEB Journal 28 (1_supplement), 389.1, 2014
2014
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