Sabine Hunnius
Sabine Hunnius
Donders Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen
Verified email at donders.ru.nl
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You'll never crawl alone: neurophysiological evidence for experience-dependent motor resonance in infancy
M van Elk, HT van Schie, S Hunnius, C Vesper, H Bekkering
Neuroimage 43 (4), 808-814, 2008
2682008
Developmental changes in visual scanning of dynamic faces and abstract stimuli in infants: A longitudinal study
S Hunnius, RH Geuze
Infancy 6 (2), 231-255, 2004
1922004
Imitation in infancy: Rational or motor resonance?
M Paulus, S Hunnius, M Vissers, H Bekkering
Child development 82 (4), 1047-1057, 2011
1612011
The early development of object knowledge: a study of infants’ visual anticipations during action observation.
S Hunnius, H Bekkering
Developmental psychology 46 (2), 446, 2010
1342010
Motor activation during observation of unusual versus ordinary actions in infancy
JC Stapel, S Hunnius, M van Elk, H Bekkering
Social Neuroscience 5 (5-6), 451-460, 2010
1102010
Facing threat: Infants' and adults' visual scanning of faces with neutral, happy, sad, angry, and fearful emotional expressions
S Hunnius, TCJ de Wit, S Vrins, C von Hofsten
Cognition and Emotion 25 (2), 193-205, 2011
1072011
Prelinguistic infants are sensitive to space-pitch associations found across cultures
S Dolscheid, S Hunnius, D Casasanto, A Majid
Psychological Science 25 (6), 1256-1261, 2014
952014
How learning to shake a rattle affects 8-month-old infants’ perception of the rattle's sound: Electrophysiological evidence for action-effect binding in infancy
M Paulus, S Hunnius, M Van Elk, H Bekkering
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 2 (1), 90-96, 2012
932012
What are you doing? How active and observational experience shape infants' action understanding
S Hunnius, H Bekkering
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
922014
Bridging the gap between the other and me: The functional role of motor resonance and action effects in infants’ imitation
M Paulus, S Hunnius, M Vissers, H Bekkering
Developmental science 14 (4), 901-910, 2011
742011
The role of frequency information and teleological reasoning in infants' and adults' action prediction.
M Paulus, S Hunnius, C van Wijngaarden, S Vrins, I van Rooij, ...
Developmental psychology 47 (4), 976, 2011
732011
Gaze shifting in infancy: A longitudinal study using dynamic faces and abstract stimuli
S Hunnius, RH Geuze
Infant Behavior and Development 27 (3), 397-416, 2004
602004
Joint action modulates motor system involvement during action observation in 3-year-olds
M Meyer, S Hunnius, M van Elk, F van Ede, H Bekkering
Experimental Brain Research 211 (3-4), 581-592, 2011
582011
Online prediction of others’ actions: the contribution of the target object, action context and movement kinematics
JC Stapel, S Hunnius, H Bekkering
Psychological research 76 (4), 434-445, 2012
562012
Effects of preterm experience on the developing visual system: A longitudinal study of shifts of attention and gaze in early infancy
S Hunnius, RH Geuze, MJ Zweens, AF Bos
Developmental Neuropsychology 33 (4), 521-535, 2008
532008
Associations between the developmental trajectories of visual scanning and disengagement of attention in infants
S Hunnius, RH Geuze, P Van Geert
Infant Behavior and Development 29 (1), 108-125, 2006
502006
Joint action coordination in 2½-and 3-year-old children
M Meyer, H Bekkering, M Paulus, S Hunnius
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 4, 220, 2010
482010
The early development of visual attention and its implications for social and cognitive development
S Hunnius
Progress in brain research 164, 187-209, 2007
482007
Neurocognitive mechanisms underlying social learning in infancy: infants’ neural processing of the effects of others’ actions
M Paulus, S Hunnius, H Bekkering
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 8 (7), 774-779, 2013
472013
Short-term motor training, but not observational training, alters neurocognitive mechanisms of action processing in infancy
SA Gerson, H Bekkering, S Hunnius
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (6), 1207-1214, 2015
462015
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