Parents

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Pieter E. Boeke grad student 1974 RUG
Heinz F. R. Prechtl grad student 1974 RUG (Neurotree)
 (A neurobehavioural study in preschool children)

Children

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Jo Hermanns grad student 1977 Utrecht (EduTree)
Joseph A. Sergeant grad student 1981 RUG
Kees van den Bos grad student 1983 RUG (EduTree)

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Gerry Leisman collaborator RUG
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Butcher PR, Kalverboer AF, Geuze RH, et al. (2002) A longitudinal study of the development of shifts of gaze to a peripheral stimulus in preterm infants with transient periventricular echogenicity. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 82: 116-40
Butcher PR, Kalverboer AF, Geuze RH. (2000) Infants' shifts of gaze from a central to a peripheral stimulus: A longitudinal study of development between 6 and 26 weeks Infant Behavior and Development. 23: 3-21
Butcher PR, Kalverboer AF, Geuze RH. (1999) Inhibition of return in very young infants: A longitudinal study Infant Behavior and Development. 22: 303-319
Kalverboer AF, Genta ML. (1997) Introduction: Infant communication, cognition and their interdependence Infant and Child Development. 6: 1-2
Butcher PR, Kalverboer AF, Minderaa RB, et al. (1993) Rigidity, sensitivity and quality of attachment: the role of maternal rigidity in the early socio-emotional development of premature infants. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. Supplementum. 375: 1-38
Hopkins B, Kalverboer AF. (1983) Mother-infant interaction. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines. 24: 113-5
Kalverboer AF. (1981) [Minimal brain dysfunction as a developmental disorder; risk and perspective]. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde. 125: 1677-9
Kalverboer AF. (1969) A study of "minimal brain dysfunction". Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 11: 115-6
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