Baby BRAIN Group

Prof. Dr. Sabine Hunnius

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Radboud University Nijmegen
P.O. Box 9104
6500 HE Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Room:  B 01.28
Phone: +31 24 3612648
Email: s.hunnius [at] donders.ru.nl
Web: https://www.babyandchild.nl/
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Recent Publications

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Jones, E., Mason, L., Begum Ali, J., van den Boomen, C., Braukmann, R., Cauvet, E., Demurie, E., Hessels, R., Ward, E., Hunnius, S., Bölte, S., Tomalski, P., Kemner, C., Warreyn, P., Roeyers, H., Buitelaar, J., Falck-Ytter, T., Charman, T., & Johnson, M (in press). Eurosibs: Towards robust measurement of infant neurocognitive predictors of autism across Europe. Infant Behavior and Development. [abstract]

Meyer, M., Endedijk, H.M, van Ede, F., & Hunnius, S. (in press). Theta oscillations in 4-year-olds are sensitive to task engagement and task demands. Scientific Reports. [abstract]

Zaadnoordijk, L., Besold, T.R., & Hunnius, S. (in press). A match does not make a sense: On the sufficiency of the comparator model for explaining the sense of agency. Neuroscience of Consciousness. [abstract]

Frewin, K., McEwen, E., Gerson, S.A., Bekkering, H., & Hunnius, S. (2019). What’s going on in babies’ brains when they learn to do something?. Frontiers for Young Minds, 7, 44. [abstract]

Kayhan, E., Hunnius, S., O'Reilly, J.X., & Bekkering, H. (2019). Infants differentially update their internal models of a dynamic environment. Cognition, 186, 139-146. [abstract]