Bennett I. Bertenthal
Bennett I. Bertenthal
James H. Rudy Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Indiana University
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Learning in the development of infant locomotion
KE Adolph, BI Bertenthal, SM Boker, EC Goldfield, EJ Gibson
Monographs of the society for research in child development, i-162, 1997
Development of self-recognition in the infant.
BI Bertenthal, KW Fischer
Developmental psychology 14 (1), 44, 1978
Haste does not always make waste: Expertise, direction of attention, and speed versus accuracy in performing sensorimotor skills
SL Beilock, BI Bertenthal, AM McCoy, TH Carr
Psychonomic bulletin & review 11 (2), 373-379, 2004
Origins and early development of perception, action, and representation
BI Bertenthal
Annual review of psychology 47 (1), 431-459, 1996
Does perception of biological motion rely on specific brain regions?
J Grezes, P Fonlupt, B Bertenthal, C Delon-Martin, C Segebarth, J Decety
Neuroimage 13 (5), 775-785, 2001
Global processing of biological motions
BI Bertenthal, J Pinto
Psychological science 5 (4), 221-225, 1994
Infant sensitivity to figural coherence in biomechanical motions
BI Bertenthal, DR Proffitt, JE Cutting
Journal of experimental child psychology 37 (2), 213-230, 1984
Self-produced locomotion
BI Bertenthal, JJ Campos, KC Barrett
Continuities and discontinuities in development, 175-210, 1984
Infants’ perception of biomechanical motions: Intrinsic image and knowledge-based constraints
BI Bertenthal
Visual perception and cognition in infancy 21, 175-214, 1993
Early experience and emotional development: The emergence of wariness of heights
JJ Campos, BI Bertenthal, R Kermoian
Psychological Science 3 (1), 61-64, 1992
A systems approach to the organizing effects of self-produced locomotion during infancy.
BI Bertenthal, JJ Campos
Ablex Publishing, 1990
Eye, head and trunk control: The foundation for manual development
B Bertenthal, C Von Hofsten
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 22 (4), 515-520, 1998
Imitative response tendencies following observation of intransitive actions.
BI Bertenthal, MR Longo, A Kosobud
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (2), 210, 2006
Perception and action.
BI Bertenthal, RK Clifton
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1998
Perception of biomechanical motions by infants: implementation of various processing constraints.
BI Bertenthal, DR Proffitt, SJ Kramer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 13 (4), 577, 1987
The development of infant sensitivity to biomechanical motions
BI Bertenthal, DR Proffitt, NB Spetner, MA Thomas
Child Development, 531-543, 1985
Perception–action coupling in the development of visual control of posture.
BI Bertenthal, JL Rose, DL Bai
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 23 (6 …, 1997
Infants' sensitivity to optical flow for controlling posture.
BI Bertenthal, DL Bai
Developmental Psychology 25 (6), 936, 1989
Locomotor status and the development of spatial search skills
DL Bai, BI Bertenthal
Child Development 63 (1), 215-226, 1992
An epigenetic perspective on the development of self-produced locomotion and its consequences
BI Bertenthal, JJ Campos, R Kermoian
Current Directions in Psychological Science 3 (5), 140-145, 1994
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