Hermann Bulf
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A predisposition for biological motion in the newborn baby
F Simion, L Regolin, H Bulf
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (2), 809-813, 2008
6082008
Visual statistical learning in the newborn infant
H Bulf, SP Johnson, E Valenza
Cognition 121 (1), 127-132, 2011
1672011
Newborns’ face recognition over changes in viewpoint
C Turati, H Bulf, F Simion
Cognition 106 (3), 1300-1321, 2008
1182008
Newborns’ face recognition is based on spatial frequencies below 0.5 cycles per degree
A De Heering, C Turati, B Rossion, H Bulf, V Goffaux, F Simion
Cognition 106 (1), 444-454, 2008
842008
Small on the left, large on the right: Numbers orient visual attention onto space in preverbal infants
H Bulf, MD de Hevia, V Macchi Cassia
Developmental Science 19 (3), 394-401, 2016
512016
The role of kinetic information in newborns’ perception of illusory contours
E Valenza, H Bulf
Developmental science 10 (4), 492-501, 2007
512007
Age‐related face processing bias in infancy: Evidence of perceptual narrowing for adult faces
V Macchi Cassia, H Bulf, E Quadrelli, V Proietti
Developmental psychobiology 56 (2), 238-248, 2014
352014
Are numbers, size and brightness equally efficient in orienting visual attention? Evidence from an eye-tracking study
H Bulf, VM Cassia, MD de Hevia
PLoS One 9 (6), e99499, 2014
282014
The role of rigid motion in newborns' face recognition
H Bulf, C Turati
Visual Cognition 18 (4), 504-512, 2010
272010
Paternal autistic traits are predictive of infants visual attention
L Ronconi, A Facoetti, H Bulf, L Franchin, R Bettoni, E Valenza
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (7), 1556-1564, 2014
232014
Early development of object unity: evidence for perceptual completion in newborns
E Valenza, H Bulf
Developmental science 14 (4), 799-808, 2011
232011
Discrimination of biomechanically possible and impossible hand movements at birth
E Longhi, I Senna, N Bolognini, H Bulf, P Tagliabue, V Macchi Cassia, ...
Child development 86 (2), 632-641, 2015
162015
Small on the left, large on the right: numbers orient preverbal infants’ visual attention onto space
H Bulf, MD de Hevia, V Macchi-Cassia
Dev. Sci 19, 394-401, 2015
162015
The visual search of an illusory figure: A comparison between 6-month-old infants and adults
H Bulf, E Valenza, F Simion
Perception 38 (9), 1313-1327, 2009
142009
Infants learn better from left to right: A directional bias in infants’ sequence learning
H Bulf, MD de Hevia, V Gariboldi, VM Cassia
Scientific reports 7 (1), 2437, 2017
122017
Object-based visual attention in 8-month-old infants: Evidence from an eye-tracking study.
H Bulf, E Valenza
Developmental psychology 49 (10), 1909, 2013
102013
Many faces, one rule: the role of perceptual expertise in infants’ sequential rule learning
H Bulf, V Brenna, E Valenza, SP Johnson, C Turati
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1595, 2015
92015
Visual and proprioceptive feedback differently modulate the spatial representation of number and time in children
E Nava, L Rinaldi, H Bulf, VM Cassia
Journal of experimental child psychology 161, 161-177, 2017
82017
Operational momentum and size ordering in preverbal infants
VM Cassia, K McCrink, MD de Hevia, V Gariboldi, H Bulf
Psychological research 80 (3), 360-367, 2016
82016
Face orientation and motion differently affect the deployment of visual attention in newborns and 4-month-old infants
E Valenza, Y Otsuka, H Bulf, H Ichikawa, S Kanazawa, MK Yamaguchi
PloS one 10 (9), e0136965, 2015
82015
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