Philip Salapatek

Affiliations: 
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Area:
perceptual development
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Ph.D. in psychology from Yale University, 1967

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William Kessen grad student 1967 Yale

Children

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Martin Banks grad student UMN
Daphne Maurer grad student USC, McMaster University
Richard N. Aslin grad student 1971-1975 UMN
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Nelson CA, Salapatek P. (1986) Electrophysiological correlates of infant recognition memory. Child Development. 57: 1483-97
Nelson CA, Salapatek P. (1984) The 4-month-old infant's perception of holograms and real objects: a demonstration of equivalence. Perception & Psychophysics. 36: 343-8
Regal DM, Ashmead DH, Salapatek P. (1983) The coordination of eye and head movements during early infancy: a selective review. Behavioural Brain Research. 10: 125-32
Kaufmann F, Kaufmann R, Salapatek P. (1982) The effect of change in a stimulus sequence on P300. Neuropsychologia. 20: 439-45
Banks MS, Salapatek P. (1981) Infant pattern vision: a new approach based on the contrast sensitivity function. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 31: 1-45
Hofmann MJ, Salapatek P. (1981) Young infants' event-related potentials (ERPs) to familiar and unfamiliar visual and auditory events in a recognition memory task. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 52: 405-17
Hofmann MJ, Salapatek P, Kuskowski M. (1981) Evidence for visual memory in the averaged and single evoked potentials of human infants Infant Behavior and Development. 4: 401-421
Salapatek P, Aslin RN, Simonson J, et al. (1980) Infant saccadic eye movements to visible and previously visible targets. Child Development. 51: 1090-4
Banks MS, Salapatek P. (1978) Acuity and contrast sensitivity in 1-, 2-, and 3-month-old human infants. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 17: 361-5
Maurer D, Salapatek P. (1976) Developmental changes in the scanning of faces by young infants. Child Development. 47: 523-7
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