Baby BRAIN Group

2015

Hoe kinderen concepten leren
Sabine Hunnius and Harold Bekkering comment on the work of Susan Carey.
[article] De Volkskrant, Dutch

Babyonderzoek naar de ontwikkeling van autisme
Ricarda Braukmann talks about her research on the early development of autism.
[video] Donders Wonders, Dutch

Hoe maak je je baby slimmer?
Interview with Sabine Hunnius on cognitive development in infants.
[article] Famme, Dutch

Kan een zuigeling statistiek leren?
Claire Monroy writes about her research on how infants learn about the world around them.
[article] Donders Wonders, Dutch

Onder de loep: Autisme in de familie
Ricarda Braukmann and Carlijn van den Boomen write about their research on the early development of autism.
[article] NVA ledenmagazine, Dutch

Baby Brein & Cognitie Netwerk: Krachtenbundeling versterkt Nederlandse brein- en cognitieonderzoek
Sabine Hunnius talks about a network of infant brain researchers in the Netherlands that was founded to foster knowledge exchange among fellow researchers.
[article] NWO, Dutch

Het baby brein
Sabine Hunnius gives a series of lectures about early development for Foundation StepAhead Curaçao.
[tv] TeleCuraçao, Dutch/Papiamentu

Oops – that was a mistake! How toddler brains react to feedback
Marlene Meyer and Suhas Hassan Vijayakumar write about a recent study from our lab in a science journal for children.
[article] Frontiers for Young Minds, English

Experiences of the youngest and oldest participants at the Donders Institute
Ricarda Braukmann writes about how people from the Nijmegen area - young and old - contribute to the research of the Donders Institute.
[article] Donders Wonders, English

Baby weet waar hij gekieteld wordt
Sabine Hunnius comments on a recent study on infants' developing sense of their body.
[article] De Volkskrant, Dutch

De jongste en oudste proefpersoon bij het Donders Instituut
Ricarda Braukmann writes about how people from the Nijmegen area - young and old - contribute to the research of the Donders Institute.
[article] Donders Wonders, Dutch

2014

Op zoek naar de vroege kenmerken van autisme
An article about Ricarda Braukmann's research on the early development of autism.
[article] Donders Wonders, Dutch

Travelling scientist
Janny Stapel starts a blog about her life as devoted mom and baby researcher "commuting" between two countries.
[blog] Travelling Scientist, English

Het babybrein spreekt
Interview with Sabine Hunnius on early brain development (p.12).
[article] Hersen Magazine, Dutch

Samenwerken gespot in het brein van peuters
Marlene Meyer and Sabine Hunnius welcome Dutch austronaut André Kuipers in Nijmegen and tell him about their research on cooperation in toddlers.
[tv] NPO, Dutch

In ons speelparadijs: peuters, onderzoekers en een astronaut
Marlene Meyer writes about her research on cooperation in toddlers.
[article] Donders Wonders, Dutch

Publieksdag Hersenstichting 2014
Sabine Hunnius gives a talk on the development of the brain, how you can study early development and her own research on infant social-cognitive development.
[talk] Hersenstichting, Dutch

Wat gebeurt er in dat hoofdje? De geheimen van het babybrein
Sabine Hunnius gives a talk about early brain development and which environmental situations are optimal for a young baby.
[video] Youtube, Dutch

Lassen uns Wunderzellen beim Fussball mitfiebern?
An article on how we understand what other people are doing, discussing a recent article by Sabine Hunnius and Harold Bekkering.
[article] Die Welt & Focus Online, German

Promotie Marlene Meyer
Marlene Meyer is being interviewed about her PhD project on cooperation in toddlers.
[article] Vox, Dutch

Young infants learn by doing
An article on Sarah Gerson's research on the importance of infants' own action experience for understanding others' actions.
[article] Psychology Today, English

How toddlers process environmental feedback.
An article about Marlene Meyer's research on feedback processing in toddlers.
[article] Cognitive Neuroscience Society, English

2013

Onderzoek naar ontwikkeling: Baby's als proefkonijn
An article about baby research and early development.
[article] EOS magazine, Dutch

De vette toon is laag, de dunne hoog
An article about the study of Sarah Dolscheid, Sabine Hunnius, Daniel Casasanto and Asifa Majid on crossmodal associations in infants.
[article] NRC Handelsblad, Dutch

Children who go to daycare may benefit from a wider variety of social situations
An online article about the study of Arjen Stolk, Sabine Hunnius, Harold Bekkering and Ivan Toni (2013) on the role of social experience in 5-year-olds' referential communication.
[article] Science Daily, English

Crèche versterkt inlevingsvermogen
Another article about the study of Arjen Stolk, Sabine Hunnius, Harold Bekkering and Ivan Toni (2013) on the role of social experience in 5-year-olds' referential communication.
[article] kennislink, Dutch

Crèche maakt kinderen socialer
A third article about the study of Arjen Stolk, Sabine Hunnius, Harold Bekkering and Ivan Toni (2013) on the role of social experience in 5-year-olds' referential communication.
[article] De Volkskrant, Dutch

Forschung in Nijmegen
Sabine Hunnius speaks about baby research in Nijmegen.
[video] Youtube, German

In het lab: baby's wakker houden
Janny Stapel speaks about her research about action understanding in babies.
[article] Voxweb, Dutch

Social capabilities of performing multiple-action sequences
An article about a study on action planning by Marlene Meyer, Robrecht van der Wel and Sabine Hunnius.
[article] Science Daily, English

In het lab: experimenteren met kids
Sarah Gerson and Ma student Jenny Peper speak about their research on cooperation in toddlers.
[article] Voxweb, Dutch

We love the labs!
Sarah Gerson talks about her work at the Baby Research Center (p. 27).
[article] Vox, English

We love the labs!
In Dutch: Sarah Gerson talks about her work at the Baby Research Center (p. 27).
[article] Vox, Dutch

Slimme baby's
An article about baby research in Nijmegen and what we can learn from it.
[article] Elsevier, Dutch

Wat gaat er om in een baby hoofdje?
Sabine Hunnius and Paula Fikkert write about early development and baby research.
[article] Baby Boom, Dutch

Wat gebeurt er in dat hoofdje?
An article about baby research in Nijmegen.
[article] Experiment NL ? wetenschap in Nederland , Dutch

Kleine leermachines
An article about early development and baby research in Nijmegen.
[article] Why's met kleintjes, Dutch

2011

Kennismaken met Sabine Hunnius
A brief movie about Sabine Hunnius and her research.
[video] Youtube, Dutch

Wetenschappers hebben de neiging de vaardigheden van baby's te overschatten
An interview with Sabine Hunnius about her research.
[article] Spraakmakende Wetenschap, Special van Radboud Magazine, Dutch

Onderschat het babybrein niet
The Baby Research Center organizes a science café about the baby brain.
[article] RU news, Dutch

Publieksdag Hersenstichting 2011
Sabine Hunnius speaks about the development of cooperation in young children.
[talk] Hersenstichting, Dutch

Het is twee en bedient een iPhone
Sabine Hunnius comments on babies and media.
[article] VivaMama, Dutch

Wat gaat er om in dit hoofdje?
Johanna van Schaik, Ricarda Braukmann, and Sabine Hunnius on baby research in Nijmegen.
[article] De Gelderlander, Dutch

Pasgeboren baby's huilen al in hun moedertaal: Baby Blabla
An article about baby research in Nijmegen.
[article] Quest, Dutch

Infants and Imitation
An article about imitation in infancy.
[article] Psychology Today, English

Baby's zijn superslim, of toch niet?
An online article about imitation in infants.
[news article] NPO news, Dutch

Niet zo slim: baby's doen slechts na wat hun brein spiegelt
Another online article about imitation in infants.
[article+video] Radboud News, Dutch

Het krachtige babybrein...ook al is het klein
Interview with Sabine Hunnius about the baby brain and early development.
[article] Redax magazine, Dutch

Breingeheim: Het babybrein
TV program about the babybrain and infant development.
[tv] Omroep Max, Dutch

Van Mozart worden baby's echt niet slimmer.
Interview with Sabine Hunnius about the baby brain and early development.
[article] Libelle, Dutch

Het best ontwikkelde zintuig van een baby is voelen
Sabine Hunnius is being interviewed about her book 'Het babybrein'.
[article] Kraamsupport, Dutch

2010

Ongeboren baby snapt de wereld al.
Brief article about the book 'Het babybrein' by Michiel van Elk and Sabine Hunnius.
[article] Nederlands Dagblad, Dutch

Wat ouders willen weten over het babybrein.
Article about the book 'Het babybrein' by Michiel van Elk and Sabine Hunnius.
[article] De Gelderlander, Dutch

Nieuwste inzichten babybrein voor groot publiek.
Article about the book 'Het babybrein' by Michiel van Elk and Sabine Hunnius.
[article] Wetenschapsagenda van de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Dutch

Baby proeft al smaken in de buik.
Article about the book 'Het babybrein' by Michiel van Elk and Sabine Hunnius.
[article] nu.nl, Dutch

Het brein van de baby
Interview with Sabine Hunnius about her book 'Het babybrein'.
[article] Radboud magazine, Dutch

Het babybrein
Sabine Hunnius is being interviewed about her book 'Het babybrein'.
[radio] NTR, Dutch

Baby ziet een smiley lachen.
An article about baby research and early development.
[article] De Volkskrant, Dutch

Hoe het brein fascineert.
An article about brain research and developmental brain research.
[article] Vox, Dutch

Het babybrein
Book review about 'Het babybrein' by Michiel van Elk and Sabine Hunnius.
[article] Elsevier, Dutch

2009

Slimme baby's
A brief movie about a study on infants' developing object knowledge.
[tv] Noorderlicht Nieuws, Dutch

2008

So geht das aber gar nicht!
An article on research on young children's action understanding.
[article] Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung , German

Nijmegenaar als labrat.
An article about how Nijmegen citizens (even very young ones) contribute to research of Radboud University.
[article] Vox, Dutch

2007

In de eerste maanden leert baby al over omgeving.
An article about baby research in Nijmegen.
[article] De Gelderlander, Dutch