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Alicja Radkowska
Alicja Radkowska
University of Warsaw; Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences
Verified email at psych.uw.edu.pl
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Taking up an active role: emerging participation in early mother–infant interaction during peekaboo routines
I Nomikou, G Leonardi, A Radkowska, J Rączaszek-Leonardi, KJ Rohlfing
Frontiers in psychology 8, 239785, 2017
412017
Combining recurrence analysis and automatic movement extraction from video recordings to study behavioral coupling in face-to-face parent-child interactions
D López Pérez, G Leonardi, A Niedźwiecka, A Radkowska, ...
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2228, 2017
282017
Performance of language-coordinated collective systems: a study of wine recognition and description
J Zubek, M Denkiewicz, A Dębska, A Radkowska, J Komorowska-Mach, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 191839, 2016
122016
Beyond fixation durations: Recurrence quantification analysis reveals spatiotemporal dynamics of infant visual scanning
DL Perez, A Radkowska, J Rączaszek-Leonardi, P Tomalski, ...
Journal of Vision 18 (13), 5-5, 2018
92018
Changes in the complexity of limb movements during the first year of life across different tasks
Z Laudańska, D López Pérez, A Radkowska, K Babis, ...
Entropy 24 (4), 552, 2022
62022
Dyadic interactions during infant learning: Exploring infant-parent exchanges in experimental eye-tracking studies
P Tomalski, DL Pérez, A Radkowska, A Malinowska-Korczak
Infant Behavior and Development 69, 101780, 2022
42022
Longitudinal changes in infants' rhythmic arm movements during rattle-shaking play with mothers
Z Laudanska, D López Pérez, A Kozioł, A Radkowska, K Babis, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 896319, 2022
32022
Do we need expensive equipment to quantify infants’ movement? A cross-validation study between computer vision methods and sensor data
DL Pérez, Z Laudańska, A Radkowska, K Babis, A Kozioł, P Tomalski
2021 IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL), 1-6, 2021
32021
Efficiency of scanning and attention to faces in infancy independently predict language development in a multiethnic and bilingual sample of 2-year-olds
D Lopez Perez, P Tomalski, A Radkowska, H Ballieux, DG Moore
First Language 41 (2), 218-239, 2021
32021
Changes in selective attention to articulating mouth across infancy: Sex differences and associations with language outcomes
I Lozano, D López Pérez, Z Laudańska, A Malinowska‐Korczak, ...
Infancy 27 (6), 1132-1153, 2022
22022
Scaffolding vocal development: maternal responsiveness to infant speechlike vocalizations at three, six and eight months
A Radkowska, I Nomikou, G Leonardi, K Rohlfing, J Rączaszek-Leonardi
14th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, 2017
22017
Selective changes in complexity of visual scanning for social stimuli in infancy
P Tomalski, D López Pérez, A Radkowska, A Malinowska-Korczak
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 705600, 2021
12021
Improving access to assessments of early motor development in local languages: polish adaptation of the Early Motor Questionnaire
Z Laudańska, M Szmytke, A Radkowska, A Malinowska-Korczak, K Babis, ...
European Journal of Pediatrics 182 (5), 2299-2313, 2023
2023
Efficiency of scanning and attention to faces in infancy independently predict language development in a multi-ethnic and bilingual sample of 2-year-olds
DL PÉREZ, P TOMALSKI, A RADKOWSKA, H BALLIEUX, DG MOORE
2020
Book review: Natural Causes of Language: Frames, Biases and Cultural Transmission
A Radkowska
Psychology of Language and Communication 19 (3), 237-243, 2015
2015
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