Parents

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Konrad Z. Lorenz grad student 1951 Vienna University
 (Zur Paarungsbiologie einiger Molcharten, Eine verhaltens-physiologische Studie)
Niko Tinbergen post-doc 1954 Max-Planck-Institut für Verhaltensphysiologie in Seewiesen

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Seth Boonstra grad student 1972 RUG
Alexander Fedde Kalverboer grad student 1974 RUG
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Marschik PB, Einspieler C, Oberle A, et al. (2009) Case report: Retracing atypical development: a preserved speech variant of Rett syndrome. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 39: 958-61
Bruggink JL, Einspieler C, Butcher PR, et al. (2009) Quantitative aspects of the early motor repertoire in preterm infants: do they predict minor neurological dysfunction at school age? Early Human Development. 85: 25-36
Bruggink JL, Einspieler C, Butcher PR, et al. (2008) The quality of the early motor repertoire in preterm infants predicts minor neurologic dysfunction at school age. The Journal of Pediatrics. 153: 32-9
Marschik PB, Einspieler C, Strohmeier A, et al. (2008) From the reaching behavior at 5 months of age to hand preference at preschool age. Developmental Psychobiology. 50: 511-8
Phagava H, Muratori F, Einspieler C, et al. (2008) General movements in infants with autism spectrum disorders. Georgian Medical News. 100-5
Einspieler C, Marschik PB, Milioti S, et al. (2007) Are abnormal fidgety movements an early marker for complex minor neurological dysfunction at puberty? Early Human Development. 83: 521-5
Marschik PB, Einspieler C, Garzarolli B, et al. (2007) Events at early development: are they associated with early word production and neurodevelopmental abilities at the preschool age? Early Human Development. 83: 107-14
Nakajima Y, Einspieler C, Marschik PB, et al. (2006) Does a detailed assessment of poor repertoire general movements help to identify those infants who will develop normally? Early Human Development. 82: 53-9
Einspieler C, Kerr AM, Prechtl HF. (2005) Abnormal general movements in girls with Rett disorder: the first four months of life. Brain & Development. 27: S8-S13
Einspieler C, Prechtl HF. (2005) Prechtl's assessment of general movements: a diagnostic tool for the functional assessment of the young nervous system. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews. 11: 61-7
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