Iryna Babik

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Psychology University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States 
Area:
Developmental and Quantitative Psychology
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George F. Michel grad student 2008-2014 The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
 (Development of handedness for role-differentiated bimanual manipulation of objects in relation to the development of hand-use preferences for acquisition during infancy.)
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Ferre CL, Babik I, Michel GF. (2020) A perspective on the development of hemispheric specialization, infant handedness, and cerebral palsy. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 127: 208-220
Michel GF, Babik I, Nelson EL, et al. (2018) Evolution and development of handedness: An Evo-Devo approach. Progress in Brain Research. 238: 347-374
Harbourne RT, Dusing SC, Lobo MA, et al. (2018) Sitting Together And Reaching To Play (START-Play): Protocol for a Multisite Randomized Controlled Efficacy Trial on Intervention for Infants With Neuromotor Disorders. Physical Therapy. 98: 494-502
Michel GF, Campbell JM, Marcinowski EC, et al. (2016) Infant Hand Preference and the Development of Cognitive Abilities. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 410
Babik I, Michel GF. (2015) Development of role-differentiated bimanual manipulation in infancy: Part 1. The emergence of the skill. Developmental Psychobiology
Babik I, Michel GF. (2015) Development of role-differentiated bimanual manipulation in infancy: Part 3. Its relation to the development of bimanual object acquisition and bimanual non-differentiated manipulation. Developmental Psychobiology
Babik I, Michel GF. (2015) Development of role-differentiated bimanual manipulation in infancy: Part 2. Hand preferences for object acquisition and RDBM-continuity or discontinuity? Developmental Psychobiology
Campbell JM, Marcinowski EC, Babik I, et al. (2015) The influence of a hand preference for acquiring objects on the development of a hand preference for unimanual manipulation from 6 to 14 months. Infant Behavior & Development. 39: 107-17
Michel GF, Babik I, Sheu CF, et al. (2014) Latent classes in the developmental trajectories of infant handedness. Developmental Psychology. 50: 349-59
Babik I, Campbell JM, Michel GF. (2014) Postural influences on the development of infant lateralized and symmetric hand-use. Child Development. 85: 294-307
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