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New York University
karen.adolph@nyu.edu
 
(1-001) Poster Session
Poster Session 1

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Thursday 1:00pm - 2:50pm

55.   Carrying Objects in Crawling and Walking Infants
Lana B. Karasik, Alyssa Zuckerman, Karen E. Adolph

Summary


(2-013) Poster Session
Poster Session 4

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Friday 10:10am - 12:00pm

25.   Walking the Bridge: Perceiving Possibilities for Action in Infant Locomotion
Jennifer L. Quon, Kari S. Kretch, Karen E. Adolph

Summary


(2-022) Poster Session
Poster Session 5

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Friday 1:00pm - 2:50pm

16.   The Tangible Cliff: How Infants Learn to Cope With a Real Drop-off
Kari S. Kretch, Lana B. Karasik, Karen E. Adolph

Summary


(3-004) Poster Session
Poster Session 6

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Saturday 8:00am - 9:50am

11.   Perceiving Affordances for Fitting Through Openings by Infants, Children, and Adults
Shaziela Ishak, Karen E. Adolph

Summary


(3-009) Invited Paper Symposium
The Impact of Self-Produced Action on Cognitive and Perceptual Development

Holiday Ballroom Salon 1, Saturday 8:30am - 10:20am


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Chair: Jessica Sommerville
Discussant: Karen E. Adolph
1.   How Infants' Action Facilitates Learning About Animacy Cues
David H. Rakison

Abstract and Biography
2.   The Role of Motor Experience in Action Understanding: The Case of the Pincer Grasp
Jeff Loucks, Jessica Sommerville

Abstract and Biography
3.   The Role of Perceptual, Motor, and Reasoning Mechanisms in Understanding Others' Actions During Early Development
Harold Bekkering, Sabine Hunnius

Abstract and Biography
4.   Action Promotes Physical Reasoning: A Cross-Cultural Study
Su-hua Wang

Abstract and Biography


(3-013) Poster Session
Poster Session 7

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Saturday 10:10am - 12:00pm

25.   Mothers' Views of Developmental Transitions in Infancy
Lisa B. Hurwitz, Lana B. Karasik, Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, Karen E. Adolph

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(3-018) Invited Address
Development, Seriously

Holiday Ballroom Salon 1, Saturday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chair: Amy Needham
Speaker: Karen E. Adolph


(3-024) Poster Session
Poster Session 8

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Saturday 1:00pm - 2:50pm

19.   Breaking Symmetry: Spontaneous Movements of Hands and Legs During Unimanual Object Exploration in Infants
Kasey C. Soska, Margaret A. Galeon, Karen E. Adolph

Summary


(3-033) Poster Session
Poster Session 9

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Saturday 3:10pm - 5:00pm

12.   Fovea to Periphery: The Developmental Progression of Visual Guidance During Obstacle Navigation
Larissa Gabelman, John M. Franchak, Karen E. Adolph

Summary


(4-002) Poster Session
Poster Session 10

Key Ballroom Salons 7-8, Sunday 8:00am - 9:50am

60.   Hand Over Fist: Infants' Simultaneous Exploration of Multiple Objects
Meghana Komati, Lana B. Karasik, Karen E. Adolph

Summary
64.   Dynamic Reaching in Infants: Prospective Control in the Context of Ongoing Movement
Kasey C. Soska, Karen E. Adolph, Claes von Hofsten, Kerstin Rosander

Summary
65.   Effects of Eye Coverage on Infants' Dynamic Reaching
Therese Ljunghammar, Kerstin Rosander, Claes von Hofsten, Kasey C. Soska, Karen E. Adolph

Summary


(4-013) Paper Symposium
What Infants See

Key Ballroom Salon 10, Sunday 10:30am - 12:20pm


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Chair: Chen Yu
1.   Selecting and Stabilizing Visual Attention: The Role of Perception-Action Loops
Chen Yu, Linda Smith, Thomas G. Smith, Hongwei Shen, Alfredo F. Pereira

Summary and Optional Graphics
2.   Visual Exploration During Natural Interactions: Head-Mounted Eye-Tracking With Mobile Infants
John M. Franchak, Kari S. Kretch, Kasey C. Soska, Karen E. Adolph

Summary
3.   What Infants see When They are 3 Months old
Scott P. Johnson, Ho Jin Kim, Rahman Zolfaghari

Summary
4.   Early Attentional Shifting in Typically Developing Children and Children With Autism
Hanako Yoshida

Summary