Amy Needham

Duke University, Durham, NC 
Perceptual cognitive and motor development
"Amy Needham"

student of Renee Baillargeon at University of Illinois

Mean distance: 15.9 (cluster 15)


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Renee Baillargeon grad student 1989-1992 UIUC


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Jennifer Gibson grad student Duke
Jordy Kaufman grad student 1994-1999 Duke
Gwenden L. Dueker grad student 2002 Duke
Susan M. Ormsbee Holley grad student 2003 Duke
Tracy M. Barrett grad student 2004 Duke
Klaus Libertus grad student 2010 Duke
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Malachowski L, Salo VC, Needham AW, et al. (2023) Infant Placement and Language Exposure in Daily Life. Infant and Child Development. 32
Malachowski LG, Huntley MA, Needham AW. (2023) Case report: An evaluation of early motor skills in an infant later diagnosed with autism. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 14: 1205532
Needham AW, Nelson EL. (2023) How babies use their hands to learn about objects: Exploration, reach-to-grasp, manipulation, and tool use. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1661
Malachowski LG, Needham AW. (2022) Infants exploring objects: A cascades perspective. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 64: 39-68
Maitre NL, Jeanvoine A, Yoder PJ, et al. (2020) Kinematic and Somatosensory Gains in Infants with Cerebral Palsy After a Multi-Component Upper-Extremity Intervention: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Brain Topography
Schworer EK, Fidler DJ, Kaur M, et al. (2020) Goal-directed action planning in infants with Down syndrome. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research : Jidr
Kaur M, Detherage A, Needham AW. (2020) Unconventional tool use in infants: Using a familiar tool in a novel way in the second year of life Cognitive Development. 54: 100881
Osina MA, Needham AW, Saylor MM. (2019) Twelve-Month-Old Infants Respond to Speech About Absent Inaccessible Objects. Child Development
Fidler DJ, Schworer E, Prince MA, et al. (2019) Exploratory behavior and developmental skill acquisition in infants with down syndrome. Infant Behavior & Development. 54: 140-150
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
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