Janna M. Gottwald

2012-2016 Psychology Uppsala University, Uppsala, Uppsala län, Sweden 
Motor & Cognitive Development, Embodied Cognitive Science, Infancy
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Gustaf Gredebäck grad student 2012-2016 Uppsala
Claes von Hofsten grad student 2012-2016 Uppsala
Dorothy Cowie post-doc 2018-2018 Durham University
Birgit Elsner research scientist 2011-2012 Potsdam University
Olga Pollatos research scientist 2011-2012 Ulm University


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Lilianne Eninger collaborator 2019- Stockholm University
Linda Forssman collaborator 2019- Uppsala
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Gottwald JM, Bird LA, Keenaghan S, et al. (2020) The Developing Bodily Self: How Posture Constrains Body Representation in Childhood. Child Development
Mowbray R, Gottwald JM, Zhao M, et al. (2019) The development of visually guided stepping. Experimental Brain Research
Gottwald JM, Gredebäck G, Lindskog M. (2019) Two-step actions in infancy-the TWAIN model. Experimental Brain Research
Gottwald JM, De Bortoli Vizioli A, Lindskog M, et al. (2017) Infants prospectively control reaching based on the difficulty of future actions: To what extent can infants' multiple-step actions be explained by Fitts' law? Developmental Psychology. 53: 4-12
Gottwald JM, Achermann S, Marciszko C, et al. (2016) An Embodied Account of Early Executive-Function Development. Psychological Science. 27: 1600-1610
Gottwald JM, Elsner B, Pollatos O. (2015) Good is up-spatial metaphors in action observation. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1605
Gottwald JM, Gredebäck G. (2015) Infants' prospective control during object manipulation in an uncertain environment. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 2383-90
Gredebäck G, Kaduk K, Bakker M, et al. (2015) The neuropsychology of infants' pro-social preferences. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 12: 106-13
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