Last updated 2014-03-03.


Infant Skills Acquisition Public Health Minute (2014) Click to listen to the broadcast on YouTube. Are Infants Afraid of Heights? Psychology Today (2014) Click to read the article in a new window. Toddlers walk best naked but there's a catch' The Times (2013) Click to read the article in a new window. Toddlers are afraid of falling, but not of heights BPS Research Digest (2013) Click to read the article in a new window. The One Thing Standing in the Way of Your Baby Walking Slate (2013) Click to read the article in a new window. Diapers Hinder Walking for Babies. (podcast) Scientific American (2013) Click to listen to the podcast in a new window. Mini marathons: Tireless toddlers cover more than 2.5 miles a day. Daily Mail (2012) Click to read the article in a new window. Infants' avoidance reflects specific motor ability, not fear Science Daily (2012) Click to read the article in a new window. Eye-tracking device travels with toddlers SFARI (2011) Click to read the article in a new window. New Studies Reveal Infants' World of Vision. Voice of America (2010) Click to read the article in a new window. With Kids and Coffee Tables, It's Trip, Fall, Ouch. The New York Times (2010) Click to read the article in a new window. Looking This Way and That, and Learning to Adapt to the World. The New York Times (2010) Click to read the article in a new window. Babies On The Edge. Scientific American: Mind (2010) Click to read the article in a new window. My Baby the Lab Rat. Parents Magazine (2010) Click to read the article in a new window. The Baby Human - Specificity of Motor Learning. Discovery Health Channel (2003) Click to watch the video in a new window. Go, Baby, Go! Parents Magazine (2003) Click to read the article in a new window. Get a Move on Baby. American Baby Magazine (2003) Click to download the pdf. The Human Body. BBC and the Learning Channel (1998, 1999) Click to watch the video in a new window. Toddlers' Locomotion over Slopes. CNN Channel (1991) Click to watch the video in a new window.