Klaus Libertus, Ph.D.

LRDC University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Cognitive Development, Infancy, Autism
"Klaus Libertus"
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Elizabeth M. Brannon research assistant Duke
Peter König research assistant 2001-2004 Universitat Osnabruck (Institute of Cognitive Science)
Kevin A. Pelphrey grad student Duke
Amy Needham grad student 2010 Duke
 (Object-directed action experiences and their effect on cognitive and social development.)
Rebecca J. Landa post-doc 2010-2013 Johns Hopkins Medical School
 (Early Detection of Autism Spectrum Disorders)
Jana M. Iverson post-doc 2013-2015 University of Pittsburgh
 (Motor Development and ASD)
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van den Berg L, Libertus K, Nyström P, et al. (2022) A Pre-registered sticky mittens study: active training does not increase reaching and grasping in a swedish context. Child Development
Smith DK, Libertus K. (2022) The Early Motor Questionnaire revisited: Starting points, standardized scores, and stability. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 223: 105492
Owens B, Libertus K. (2022) Are There Postnatal Benefits to Prenatal Kick Counting? A Quasi-Experimental Longitudinal Study. Frontiers in Psychology. 13: 712562
Sansavini A, Libertus K, Guarini A, et al. (2021) Editorial: Understanding Trajectories and Promoting Change From Early to Complex Skills in Typical and Atypical Development: A Cross-Population Approach. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 647464
Iverson JM, Shic F, Wall CA, et al. (2019) Early motor abilities in infants at heightened versus low risk for ASD: A Baby Siblings Research Consortium (BSRC) study. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 128: 69-80
Haworth JL, Libertus K, Landa RJ. (2018) Social Intervention Impacts Action Anticipation, Goal Extraction, and Social Interest in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology. 8: 95
Libertus K, Libertus ME, Einspieler C, et al. (2017) "What" matters more than "Why" - Neonatal behaviors initiate social responses. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e394
Libertus K, Landa RJ, Haworth JL. (2017) Development of Attention to Faces during the First 3 Years: Influences of Stimulus Type. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 1976
Needham AW, Wiesen SE, Hejazi JN, et al. (2017) Characteristics of brief sticky mittens training that lead to increases in object exploration. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Libertus K, Hauf P. (2017) Editorial: Motor Skills and Their Foundational Role for Perceptual, Social, and Cognitive Development. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 301
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