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Infancy Research in Prague 1953–1970

Self-regulation, Individual Variability, Temperament and Social Signals

H. and M. Papoušek and Colleagues: Selected Publications

Papoušek, H. (1969). Individual variability in learned responses in human infants. In: R.J. Robinson (ed.), Brain and early behaviour development in the fetus and infant. London, Academic Press: 251–266.

Papoušek, H. (1975). Early human ontogeny of the regulation of behavioural states in relation to information processing and adaptation organizing. In: P. Levin and W.P. Koella, (eds.), Sleep 1974. 2nd European Congress of Sleep Research, Rome 1974. Basel, Karger: 384–387.

Papoušek, H. and Papoušek, M. (1979). The infant's fundamental adaptive response system in social interaction. In: E. B. Thoman (ed.), Origins of the infant's social responsiveness. Hillsdale, NJ, Erlbaum: 175–208.

Papoušek, H. and Papoušek, M. (1984). Qualitative transitions in integrative processes during the first trimester of human postpartum life. In: H. F. R. Prechtl (ed.), Continuity of neural functions from prenatal to postnatal life. London, Spastics International Medical Publications: 220–244.

Papoušek, M. (1989). Determinants of responsiveness to infant vocal expression of emotional state. Infant Behavior & Development 12(4): 507–524.

Papoušek, M. (1989). Affektive Verhaltensregulation in der Eltern-Kind-Interaktion. Der unruhige Säugling. In: J. M. Pachler and H. M. Strassburg (Hrsg.), Fortschritte der Sozialpädiatrie, Vol. 13. Lübeck, Hansisches Verlagskontor: 203–221.

Papoušek, H. (1992). Contemporary approaches to individual differences in infants. In: J. Colombo and J. Fagen (eds.), Individual differences in infancy: Reliability, stability, prediction. Hillsdale, NJ, L. Erlbaum Associates, 1990. Contemporary Psychology: 37 (7), 712–713.

Papoušek, H. and Papoušek, M. (1993). Early interactional signaling: The role of facial movements. In: A. F. Kalverboer, B. Hopkins and R. H. Geuze (eds.), A longitudinal approach to the study of motor development in early and later childhood. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press: 136–152.

Papoušek, H. (2001). Signaling in early social interaction and communication. In: Handbook of brain and behaviour in human development. A. F. Kalverboer and A. Gramsbergen (eds.), Dordrecht, Boston, London, Kluwer Academic Publishers: 883–900.

Papoušek, M. (2003). Reflections on “Experimental studies of appetitional behavior in human newborns and infants” by Hanuš Papoušek. In: J. W. Hayne and H. Fagan (eds.), Progress in Infancy Research. Hillsdale, NJ, Erlbaum. Vol. 4: 44–50.

Rieger, M., Pirke, K.-M., Buske-Kirschbaum, A., Wurmser, H., Papoušek, M., Hellhammer, D.H. (2004). Influence of stress during pregnancy on HPA activity and neonatal behavior. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences: 1032, 228–230.

Wurmser, H. (2007). Einfluss der pränatalen Stressbelastung der Mutter auf die kindliche Verhaltensregulation im ersten Lebenshalbjahr. In: K. H. Brisch und T. Hellbrügge (Hrsg.), Die Anfänge der Eltern-Kind-Bindung. Stuttgart, Klett-Cotta: 129–156.

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