Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Perceptual development
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daSilva EB, Bertenthal BI. (2023) More than fear: Contributions of biobehavioral synchrony and infants' reactivity to cooperative care. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 46: e59
Kolacz J, daSilva EB, Lewis GF, et al. (2022) Associations between acoustic features of maternal speech and infants' emotion regulation following a social stressor. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 27: 135-158
Nguyen T, Abney DH, Salamander D, et al. (2021) Proximity and Touch are associated with Neural but not Physiological Synchrony in Naturalistic Mother-Infant Interactions. Neuroimage. 118599
Abney DH, daSilva EB, Bertenthal BI. (2021) Associations between infant-mother physiological synchrony and 4- and 6-month-old infants' emotion regulation. Developmental Psychobiology
Hoehl S, Bertenthal BI. (2021) An interactionist perspective on the development of coordinated social attention. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 61: 1-41
Abney DH, daSilva EB, Lewis GF, et al. (2021) A method for measuring dynamic respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) in infants and mothers. Infant Behavior & Development. 63: 101569
Boyer TW, Harding SM, Bertenthal BI. (2019) The temporal dynamics of infants' joint attention: Effects of others' gaze cues and manual actions. Cognition. 197: 104151
Kolacz J, daSilva EB, Lewis GF, et al. (2019) Using acoustic features of mothers’ infant-directed speech to predict changes in infant biobehavioral state The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 145: 1764-1765
Boyer TW, Harding SM, Bertenthal BI. (2017) Infants' motor simulation of observed actions is modulated by the visibility of the actor's body. Cognition. 164: 107-115
Boyer TW, Bertenthal BI. (2015) Infants' observation of others' actions: Brief movement-specific visual experience primes motor representations. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology
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