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Stability in infant frontal asymmetry as a predictor of toddlerhood internalizing and externalizing behaviors

Smith, Cynthia L. ; Bell, Martha Ann

Developmental Psychobiology, March 2010, Vol.52(2), pp.158-167 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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On the other hand: Overflow movements of infants' hands and legs during unimanual object exploration

Soska, Kasey C. ; Galeon, Margaret A. ; Adolph, Karen E.

Developmental Psychobiology, May 2012, Vol.54(4), pp.372-382 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Handedness for grasping objects and declarative pointing: A longitudinal study

Jacquet, Anne‐Yvonne ; Esseily, Rana ; Rider, Delphine ; Fagard, Jacqueline

Developmental Psychobiology, January 2012, Vol.54(1), pp.36-46 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Kinematics of reaching and implications for handedness in rhesus monkey infants

Nelson, Eliza L. ; Konidaris, George D. ; Berthier, Neil E. ; Braun, Maurine C. ; Novak, Matthew F. S. X. ; Suomi, Stephen J. ; Novak, Melinda A.

Developmental Psychobiology, May 2012, Vol.54(4), pp.460-467 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Development of hand preference for object‐directed actions and pointing gestures: A longitudinal study between 15 and 25 months of age

Cochet, Hélène

Developmental Psychobiology, January 2012, Vol.54(1), pp.105-111 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Ordinary variations in human maternal caregiving in infancy and biobehavioral development in early childhood: A follow‐up study

Hane, Amie Ashley ; Henderson, Heather A. ; Reeb‐Sutherland, Bethany C. ; Fox, Nathan A.

Developmental Psychobiology, September 2010, Vol.52(6), pp.558-567 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Is infant holding‐side bias related to motor asymmetries in mother and child?

Scola, Céline ; Vauclair, Jacques

Developmental Psychobiology, July 2010, Vol.52(5), pp.475-486 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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No stable arm preference during the pre‐reaching period: A comparison of right and left hand kinematics with and without a toy present

Lynch, A. ; Lee, H. M. ; Bhat, A. ; Galloway, J. C.

Developmental Psychobiology, May 2008, Vol.50(4), pp.390-398 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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From the reaching behavior at 5 months of age to hand preference at preschool age

Marschik, Peter B. ; Einspieler, Christa ; Strohmeier, Andrea ; Plienegger, Johann ; Garzarolli, Bettina ; Prechtl, Heinz F. R.

Developmental Psychobiology, July 2008, Vol.50(5), pp.511-518 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The concept of homology in the development of handedness

Michel, George F. ;Moore, David ; Moore, Chris

Developmental Psychobiology, January 2013, Vol.55(1), pp.84-91 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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