Ralf Cox
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Contemporary theories of 1/f noise in motor control
A Diniz, ML Wijnants, K Torre, J Barreiros, N Crato, AMT Bosman, ...
Human movement science 30 (5), 889-905, 2011
1/f scaling in movement time changes with practice in precision
ML Wijnants, AMT Bosman, F Hasselman, RFA Cox, GC Van Orden
An interaction-dominant perspective on reading fluency and dyslexia
ML Wijnants, F Hasselman, RFA Cox, AMT Bosman, G Van Orden
Annals of dyslexia 62 (2), 100-119, 2012
A characteristic destabilization profile in parent-child interactions associated with treatment efficacy for aggressive children
A Lichtwarck-Aschoff, F Hasselman, R Cox, D Pepler, I Granic
Nonlinear Dynamics-Psychology and Life Sciences 16 (3), 353, 2012
Action planning in young children's tool use
RFA Cox, W Smitsman
Developmental Science 9 (6), 628-641, 2006
Improvement of fine motor skills in children with visual impairment: An explorative study
AM Reimer, RFA Cox, MWG Nijhuis-Van der Sanden, FN Boonstra
Research in developmental disabilities 32 (5), 1924-1933, 2011
A trade-off study revealing nested timescales of constraint
ML Wijnants, RFA Cox, F Hasselman, AMT Bosman, G Van Orden
Frontiers in physiology 3, 116, 2012
Development of interpersonal coordination between peers during a drumming task.
HM Endedijk, VCO Ramenzoni, RFA Cox, AHN Cillessen, H Bekkering, ...
Developmental psychology 51 (5), 714, 2015
Affective variability in depression: Revisiting the inertia–instability paradox
EH Bos, P de Jonge, RFA Cox
British Journal of Psychology 110 (4), 814-827, 2019
The role of child characteristics and peer experiences in the development of peer cooperation
HM Endedijk, AHN Cillessen, RFA Cox, H Bekkering, S Hunnius
Social Development 24 (3), 521-540, 2015
Functioning within a relationship: Mother–infant synchrony and infant sleep
JA de Graag, RFA Cox, F Hasselman, J Jansen, C de Weerth
Infant Behavior and Development 35 (2), 252-263, 2012
A systematic review on ‘Foveal Crowding’in visually impaired children and perceptual learning as a method to reduce Crowding
B Huurneman, FN Boonstra, RFA Cox, AHN Cillessen, G Van Rens
BMC ophthalmology 12 (1), 1-14, 2012
Microdevelopment in parent-child conversations: From global changes to flexibility
RFA Cox, M van Dijk
Ecological Psychology 25 (3), 304-315, 2013
Perseveration in tool use: A window for understanding the dynamics of the action‐selection process
AW Smitsman, RFA Cox
Infancy 13 (3), 249-269, 2008
Young children’s use of a visual aid: an experimental study of the effectiveness of training
RF Cox, AM Reimer, CA Verezen, AW Smitsman, MPJ Vervloed, ...
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 51 (6), 460-467, 2009
Crowding in central vision in normally sighted and visually impared children aged 4 to 8 years: the influence of age and test design
B Huurneman, FN Boonstra, AHN Cillessen, G van Rens, RFA Cox
Strabismus 20 (2), 55-62, 2012
Low vision aids for visually impaired children: a perception-action perspective
J Schurink, RFA Cox, AHN Cillessen, G van Rens, FN Boonstra
Research in Developmental Disabilities 32 (3), 871-882, 2011
Effect of visual impairment on goal‐directed aiming movements in children
AM Reimer, RFA Cox, NF Boonstra, BCM Smits‐Engelsman
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 50 (10), 778-783, 2008
Conversational synchronization in naturally occurring settings: A recurrence-based analysis of gaze directions and speech rhythms of staff and clients with intellectual disability
E Reuzel, PJCM Embregts, AMT Bosman, R Cox, M van Nieuwenhuijzen, ...
Journal of nonverbal behavior 37 (4), 281-305, 2013
Toddlers’ gaze following through attention modulation: Intention is in the eye of the beholder
PF de Bordes, RFA Cox, F Hasselman, AHN Cillessen
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 116 (2), 443-452, 2013
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