Marlene Meyer
Marlene Meyer
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Joint action modulates motor system involvement during action observation in 3-year-olds
M Meyer, S Hunnius, M Van Elk, F Van Ede, H Bekkering
Experimental Brain Research 211 (3), 581-592, 2011
582011
Joint action coordination in 2½-and 3-year-old children
M Meyer, H Bekkering, M Paulus, S Hunnius
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 4, 220, 2010
512010
Motor system contribution to action prediction: Temporal accuracy depends on motor experience
JC Stapel, S Hunnius, M Meyer, H Bekkering
Cognition 148, 71-78, 2016
402016
Higher-order action planning for individual and joint object manipulations
M Meyer, RPRD Van Der Wel, S Hunnius
Experimental brain research 225 (4), 579-588, 2013
352013
The role of action prediction and inhibitory control for joint action coordination in toddlers
M Meyer, H Bekkering, R Haartsen, JC Stapel, S Hunnius
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 139, 203-220, 2015
262015
The infant motor system predicts actions based on visual statistical learning
CD Monroy, M Meyer, L Schröer, SA Gerson, S Hunnius
Neuroimage 185, 947-954, 2019
242019
Planning my actions to accommodate yours: joint action development during early childhood
M Meyer, RPRD van der Wel, S Hunnius
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
212016
Neural mirroring and social interaction: Motor system involvement during action observation relates to early peer cooperation
HM Endedijk, M Meyer, H Bekkering, AHN Cillessen, S Hunnius
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 24, 33-41, 2017
192017
Monitoring others’ errors: The role of the motor system in early childhood and adulthood
M Meyer, R Braukmann, JC Stapel, H Bekkering, S Hunnius
British journal of developmental psychology 34 (1), 66-85, 2016
192016
Neural correlates of feedback processing in toddlers
M Meyer, H Bekkering, DJC Janssen, ERA de Bruijn, S Hunnius
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (7), 1519-1527, 2014
162014
Theta oscillations in 4-year-olds are sensitive to task engagement and task demands
M Meyer, HM Endedijk, F Van Ede, S Hunnius
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
142019
Unravelling the contributions of motor experience and conceptual knowledge in action perception: A training study
SA Gerson, M Meyer, S Hunnius, H Bekkering
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
122017
Nine-month-old infants update their predictive models of a changing environment
E Kayhan, M Meyer, JX O’Reilly, S Hunnius, H Bekkering
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 38, 100680, 2019
102019
Statistical learning in social action contexts
C Monroy, M Meyer, S Gerson, S Hunnius
PloS one 12 (5), e0177261, 2017
102017
From movement to action: An EEG study into the emerging sense of agency in early infancy
L Zaadnoordijk, M Meyer, M Zaharieva, F Kemalasari, S van Pelt, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 42, 100760, 2020
72020
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
72020
How preschoolers and adults represent their joint action partner’s behavior
LM Sacheli, M Meyer, E Hartstra, H Bekkering, S Hunnius
Psychological research 83 (5), 863-877, 2019
72019
‘Something in the way you move’: Infants are sensitive to emotions conveyed in action kinematics
M Addabbo, SV Vacaru, M Meyer, S Hunnius
Developmental science 23 (1), e12873, 2020
62020
The developing sense of agency: Implications from cognitive phenomenology
L Zaadnoordijk, S Hunnius, M Meyer, J Kwisthout, I Van Rooij
2015 Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and …, 2015
42015
The developing brain in action-Individual and joint action processing
M Meyer
[Sl: sn], 2014
42014
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