Gustaf Gredebäck
Gustaf Gredebäck
Professor of Developmental Psychology
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Pupillometry: A window to the preconscious?
B Laeng, S Sirois, G Gredebäck
Perspectives on psychological science 7 (1), 18-27, 2012
Infants predict other people's action goals
T Falck-Ytter, G Gredebäck, C Von Hofsten
Nature neuroscience 9 (7), 878-879, 2006
Eye tracking in infancy research
G Gredebäck, S Johnson, C von Hofsten
Developmental neuropsychology 35 (1), 1-19, 2009
Eye tracking in early autism research
T Falck-Ytter, S Bölte, G Gredebäck
Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders 5 (1), 1-13, 2013
Infants’ understanding of everyday social interactions: A dual process account
G Gredebäck, A Melinder
Cognition 114 (2), 197-206, 2010
The development of joint visual attention: a longitudinal study of gaze following during interactions with mothers and strangers
G Gredebäck, L Fikke, A Melinder
Developmental science 13 (6), 839-848, 2010
Action production influences 12‐month‐old infants’ attention to others’ actions
EN Cannon, AL Woodward, G Gredebäck, C von Hofsten, C Turek
Developmental science 15 (1), 35-42, 2012
Preverbal infants anticipate that food will be brought to the mouth: An eye tracking study of manual feeding and flying spoons
O Kochukhova, G Gredebäck
Child development 81 (6), 1729-1738, 2010
Action type and goal type modulate goal-directed gaze shifts in 14-month-old infants.
G Gredebäck, D Stasiewicz, T Falck-Ytter, K Rosander, C von Hofsten
Developmental psychology 45 (4), 1190, 2009
Goal anticipation during action observation is influenced by synonymous action capabilities, a puzzling developmental study
G Gredebäck, O Kochukhova
Experimental brain research 202 (2), 493-497, 2010
Altered gaze following during live interaction in infants at risk for autism: an eye tracking study
E Thorup, P Nyström, G Gredebäck, S Bölte, T Falck-Ytter
Molecular autism 7 (1), 1-10, 2016
The motor cortex is causally related to predictive eye movements during action observation
C Elsner, A D'Ausilio, G Gredebäck, T Falck-Ytter, L Fadiga
Neuropsychologia 51 (3), 488-492, 2013
Infants' evolving representations of object motion during occlusion: A longitudinal study of 6-to 12-month-old infants
G Gredeback, C von Hofsten
Infancy 6 (2), 165-184, 2004
Is ostension any more than attention?
J Szufnarowska, KJ Rohlfing, C Fawcett, G Gredebäck
Scientific Reports 4 (1), 1-4, 2014
The microstructure of infants' gaze as they view adult shifts in overt attention
G Gredebäck, C Theuring, P Hauf, B Kenward
Infancy 13 (5), 533-543, 2008
Eye movements during action observation
G Gredebäck, T Falck-Ytter
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (5), 591-598, 2015
An embodied account of early executive-function development: prospective motor control in infancy is related to inhibition and working memory
JM Gottwald, S Achermann, C Marciszko, M Lindskog, G Gredebäck
Psychological science 27 (12), 1600-1610, 2016
Individual differences in face processing: Infants’ scanning patterns and pupil dilations are influenced by the distribution of parental leave
G Gredebäck, M Eriksson, C Schmitow, B Laeng, G Stenberg
Infancy 17 (1), 79-101, 2012
Learning about occlusion: Initial assumptions and rapid adjustments
O Kochukhova, G Gredebäck
Cognition 105 (1), 26-46, 2007
Developmental asymmetries between horizontal and vertical tracking
H Grönqvist, G Gredebäck, C von Hofsten
Vision Research 46 (11), 1754-1761, 2006
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