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Audrey van der Meer
Audrey van der Meer
Professor of Developmental Neuropsychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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The functional significance of arm movements in neonates
ALH Van der Meer, FR Van der Weel, DN Lee
Science 267 (5198), 693-695, 1995
3131995
Keeping the arm in the limelight: Advanced visual control of arm movements in neonates
AL van der Meer
European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 1 (4), 103-108, 1997
1391997
Effect of task on movement control in cerebral palsy: implications for assessment and therapy
FR Weel, ALH van der Meer, DN Lee
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 33 (5), 419-426, 1991
1331991
Prospective control in catching by infants
ALH van der Meer, FRR van der Weel, DN Lee
Perception 23 (3), 287-302, 1994
1321994
Visual guidance of passing under a barrier
ALH van der Meer
Infant and Child Development 6 (3‐4), 149-158, 1997
821997
Timing strategies used in defensive blinking to optical collisions in 5-to 7-month-old infants
NS Kayed, A van der Meer
Infant Behavior and Development 23 (3-4), 253-270, 2000
802000
Seeing it coming: infants’ brain responses to looming danger
FR Van der Weel, ALH van der Meer
Naturwissenschaften 96 (12), 1385-1391, 2009
732009
Handedness as a major determinant of functional cradling bias
A van der Meer, Husby
Laterality 11 (03), 263-276, 2006
672006
Measuring dysfunction of basic movement control in cerebral palsy
FRR van der Weel, ALH van der Meer, DN Lee
Human Movement Science 15 (2), 253-283, 1996
651996
Only Three Fingers Write, but the Whole Brain Works: A High-Density EEG Study Showing Advantages of Drawing Over Typing for Learning
ALH Van der Meer, FR van der Weel
Frontiers in psychology 8, 706, 2017
602017
Development of prospective control of catching moving objects in preterm at‐risk infants
ALH van der Meer, FR Van der Wee, DN Lee, LA Laing, JP Lin
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 37 (2), 145-158, 1995
581995
Infants’ timing strategies to optical collisions: A longitudinal study
NS Kayed, ALH van der Meer
Infant Behavior and Development 30 (1), 50-59, 2007
522007
Prospective dynamic balance control in healthy children and adults
H Austad, ALH van der Meer
Experimental brain research 181 (2), 289-295, 2007
512007
The importance of cursive handwriting over typewriting for learning in the classroom: a high-density EEG study of 12-year-old children and young adults
E Ose Askvik, FR Van der Weel, ALH van der Meer
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1810, 2020
482020
Perception of structured optic flow and random visual motion in infants and adults: a high-density EEG study
ALH van der Meer, G Fallet
Experimental Brain Research 186 (3), 493-502, 2008
482008
A longitudinal study of prospective control in catching by full-term and preterm infants
NS Kayed, ALH Van der Meer
Experimental brain research 194 (2), 245-258, 2009
472009
Longitudinal study of perception of structured optic flow and random visual motion in infants using high‐density EEG
SB Agyei, M Holth, FR Van der Weel, ALH van der Meer
Developmental science 18 (3), 436-451, 2015
462015
Longitudinal study of looming in infants with high-density EEG
ALH Van Der Meer, M Svantesson, FRR Van Der Weel
Developmental neuroscience 34 (6), 488-501, 2012
422012
Longitudinal study of preterm and full-term infants: high-density EEG analyses of cortical activity in response to visual motion
SB Agyei, FRR van der Weel, ALH van der Meer
Neuropsychologia 84, 89-104, 2016
362016
Development of visual motion perception for prospective control: brain and behavioral studies in infants
SB Agyei, FR Van der Weel, ALH Van der Meer
Frontiers in psychology 7, 100, 2016
362016
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