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Johanna E van Schaik
Johanna E van Schaik
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Little chameleons: The development of social mimicry during early childhood
JE van Schaik, S Hunnius
Journal of experimental child psychology 147, 71-81, 2016
502016
Motion tracking in developmental research: Methods, considerations, and applications
JE van Schaik, N Dominici
Progress in Brain Research 254, 89-111, 2020
162020
Motion tracking of parents’ infant‐versus adult‐directed actions reveals general and action‐specific modulations
JE van Schaik, M Meyer, CR van Ham, S Hunnius
Developmental Science 23 (1), e12869, 2020
142020
The modulation of facial mimicry by attachment tendencies and their underlying affiliation motives in 3-year-olds: An EMG study
SV Vacaru, JE van Schaik, S Hunnius
Plos one 14 (7), e0218676, 2019
132019
Modulating mimicry: Exploring the roles of inhibitory control and social understanding in 5-year-olds' behavioral mimicry
JE Van Schaik, S Hunnius
Plos one 13 (3), e0194102, 2018
122018
Young children’s motor interference is influenced by novel group membership
JE van Schaik, HM Endedijk, JC Stapel, S Hunnius
Frontiers in psychology 7, 321, 2016
92016
Five-year-olds’ facial mimicry following social ostracism is modulated by attachment security
SV Vacaru, JE Van Schaik, E De Water, S Hunnius
Plos one 15 (12), e0240680, 2020
72020
Evidence for nonconscious behavior-copying in young children
JE Van Schaik, RB van Baaren, H Bekkering, S Hunnius
Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society, 2013
72013
How infant‐directed actions enhance infants’ attention, learning, and exploration: Evidence from EEG and computational modeling
M Meyer, JE van Schaik, F Poli, S Hunnius
Developmental Science, e13259, 2022
52022
Coding in the cot? Factors influencing 0–17s’ experiences with technology and coding in the United Kingdom
SA Gerson, RD Morey, JE van Schaik
Computers & Education 178, 104400, 2022
52022
Measuring mimicry: general corticospinal facilitation during observation of naturalistic behaviour
JE van Schaik, LM Sacheli, H Bekkering, I Toni, SM Aglioti
European Journal of Neuroscience 46 (2), 1828-1836, 2017
52017
Let’s talk action: Infant-directed speech facilitates infants’ action learning.
MS Schreiner, JE van Schaik, J Sučević, S Hunnius, M Meyer
Developmental Psychology 56 (9), 1623, 2020
42020
Hands-on exploration of cubes’ floating and sinking benefits children’s subsequent buoyancy predictions
JE Van Schaik, T Slim, RK Franse, MEJ Raijmakers
Frontiers in psychology 11, 1665, 2020
32020
Little chameleons: An investigation into the development and mechanisms of behavioral mimicry
JE van Schaik
[Sl: sn], 2017
32017
No evidence for modulation of facial mimicry by attachment tendencies in adulthood: an EMG investigation
SV Vacaru, JE van Schaik, L Spiess, S Hunnius
The Journal of Social Psychology, 1-15, 2021
12021
Correction: The modulation of facial mimicry by attachment tendencies and their underlying affiliation motives in 3-year-olds: An EMG study
SV Vacaru, JE van Schaik, S Hunnius
Plos one 14 (11), e0225493, 2019
12019
Attitudes towards reading amongst kindergarten and Grade 1 children
L van der Sande, M Dobber, JE van Schaik, R van Steensel
European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 1-22, 2022
2022
Infants’ sensitivity to emotional expressions in actions: The contributions of parental expressivity and motor experience
L Schröer, D Çetin, SV Vacaru, M Addabbo, JE van Schaik, S Hunnius
Infant Behavior and Development 68, 101751, 2022
2022
Attitudes towards reading amongst kindergarten and Grade 1 children
L Sande, M Dobber, JE van Schaik, RCM van Steensel
2022
Struggling or succeeding in science and technology education: Elementary school students' individual differences during inquiry-and design-based learning
T Slim, JE van Schaik, M Dobber, ACG Hotze, MEJ Raijmakers
2022
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