Eliza L. Nelson, Ph.D.

Neuroscience University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
Developmental Neuroscience, comparative sensorimotor development
"Eliza Nelson"
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Neil E. Berthier grad student 2010 U Mass Amherst
 (Examining the development of handedness in rhesus monkey and human infants using behavioral and kinematic measures.)
George F. Michel post-doc 2010- University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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Gonzalez SL, Campbell JM, Marcinowski EC, et al. (2020) Preschool language ability is predicted by toddler hand preference trajectories. Developmental Psychology
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
Nelson EL, Gonzalez SL, Coxe S, et al. (2017) Toddler hand preference trajectories predict 3-year language outcome. Developmental Psychobiology
Nelson EL, Berthier NE, Konidaris GD. (2017) Handedness and Reach-to-Place Kinematics in Adults: Left-Handers Are Not Reversed Right-Handers. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-11
Michel GF, Campbell JM, Marcinowski EC, et al. (2016) Infant Hand Preference and the Development of Cognitive Abilities. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 410
Nelson EL, Boeving ER. (2015) Precise digit use increases the expression of handedness in Colombian spider monkeys (Ateles fusciceps rufiventris). American Journal of Primatology. 77: 1253-62
Boeving ER, Lacreuse A, Hopkins WD, et al. (2015) Handedness influences intermanual transfer in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) but not rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Experimental Brain Research. 233: 829-37
Nelson EL, Figueroa A, Albright SN, et al. (2015) Evaluating handedness measures in spider monkeys. Animal Cognition. 18: 345-53
Nelson EL, Konidaris GD, Berthier NE. (2014) Hand preference status and reach kinematics in infants. Infant Behavior & Development. 37: 615-23
Nelson EL, Campbell JM, Michel GF. (2014) Early handedness in infancy predicts language ability in toddlers. Developmental Psychology. 50: 809-14
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