Pär Nyström
Pär Nyström
Ph.D.
Verified email at psyk.uu.se
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The infant mirror neuron system studied with high density EEG
P Nyström
Social neuroscience 3 (3-4), 334-347, 2008
1772008
Using mu rhythm desynchronization to measure mirror neuron activity in infants
P Nyström, T Ljunghammar, K Rosander, C von Hofsten
Developmental science 14 (2), 327-335, 2011
1502011
Reorganization of global form and motion processing during human visual development
J Wattam-Bell, D Birtles, P Nyström, C Von Hofsten, K Rosander, S Anker, ...
Current Biology 20 (5), 411-415, 2010
1042010
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
632016
Hypersensitive pupillary light reflex in infants at risk for autism
P Nyström, G Gredebäck, S Bölte, T Falck-Ytter
Molecular autism 6 (1), 10, 2015
45*2015
The TimeStudio Project: An open source scientific workflow system for the behavioral and brain sciences
P Nyström, T Falck-Ytter, G Gredebäck
Behavior research methods 48 (2), 542-552, 2016
442016
Cortical processing of visual motion in young infants
K Rosander, P Nyström, G Gredebäck, C von Hofsten
Vision research 47 (12), 1614-1623, 2007
442007
Sustained attention in infancy as a longitudinal predictor of self-regulatory functions
M Johansson, C Marciszko, G Gredebäck, P Nyström, G Bohlin
Infant Behavior and Development 41, 1-11, 2015
402015
Enhanced pupillary light reflex in infancy is associated with autism diagnosis in toddlerhood
P Nyström, T Gliga, EN Jobs, G Gredebäck, T Charman, MH Johnson, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 1-5, 2018
342018
Reduced alternating gaze during social interaction in infancy is associated with elevated symptoms of autism in toddlerhood
E Thorup, P Nyström, G Gredebäck, S Bölte, T Falck-Ytter, EASE Team
Journal of abnormal child psychology 46 (7), 1547-1561, 2018
232018
Reduced orienting to audiovisual synchrony in infancy predicts autism diagnosis at 3 years of age
T Falck‐Ytter, P Nyström, G Gredebäck, T Gliga, S Bölte, EASE team, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 59 (8), 872-880, 2018
212018
Responding to other people’s direct gaze: alterations in gaze behavior in infants at risk for autism occur on very short timescales
P Nyström, S Bölte, T Falck-Ytter, EASE Team
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 47 (11), 3498-3509, 2017
162017
Earlier Identification of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Automatic Vocalisation-Based Approach.
FB Pokorny, BW Schuller, PB Marschik, R Brueckner, P Nyström, ...
INTERSPEECH, 309-313, 2017
142017
Infant acetylcholine, dopamine, and melatonin dysregulation: Neonatal biomarkers and causal factors for ASD and ADHD phenotypes
K Hellmer, P Nyström
Medical Hypotheses 100, 64-66, 2017
132017
Infants prospectively control reaching based on the difficulty of future actions: To what extent can infants’ multiple-step actions be explained by Fitts’ law?
JM Gottwald, A De Bortoli Vizioli, M Lindskog, P Nyström, TL Ekberg, ...
Developmental psychology 53 (1), 4, 2017
122017
Visual attention to dynamic spatial relations in infants and adults
M Galazka, P Nyström
Infancy 21 (1), 90-103, 2016
112016
The immersive virtual reality lab: Possibilities for remote experimental manipulations of autonomic activity on a large scale
J Juvrud, G Gredebäck, F Åhs, N Lerin, P Nyström, G Kastrati, J Rosén
Frontiers in neuroscience 12, 305, 2018
92018
Human infants detect other people's interactions based on complex patterns of kinematic information
MA Galazka, L Roché, P Nyström, T Falck-Ytter
PloS one 9 (11), e112432, 2014
92014
Joint attention in infancy and the emergence of autism
P Nyström, E Thorup, S Bölte, T Falck-Ytter
Biological psychiatry 86 (8), 631-638, 2019
82019
How social is the chaser? Neural correlates of chasing perception in 9-month-old infants
M Galazka, M Bakker, G Gredebäck, P Nyström
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 19, 270-278, 2016
72016
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