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de Klerk, Carina CJM and Filippetti, Maria Laura and Rigato, Silvia (2021) 'The development of body representations: an associative learning account.' Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 288 (1949). 20210070-. ISSN 0962-8452

Bulgarelli, Chiara and Blasi, Anna and de Klerk, Carina CJM and Richards, John E and Hamilton, Antonia and Southgate, Victoria (2019) 'Fronto-temporoparietal connectivity and self-awareness in 18-month-olds: A resting state fNIRS study.' Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 38. p. 100676. ISSN 1878-9293

de Klerk, Carina CJM and Bulgarelli, Chiara and Hamilton, Antonia and Southgate, Victoria (2019) 'Selective facial mimicry of native over foreign speakers in preverbal infants.' Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 183. pp. 33-47. ISSN 0022-0965

de Klerk, Carina CJM and Lamy-Yang, Iona and Southgate, Victoria (2019) 'The role of sensorimotor experience in the development of mimicry in infancy.' Developmental Science, 22 (3). e12771-. ISSN 1363-755X

de Klerk, Carina CJM and Hamilton, Antonia F de C and Southgate, Victoria (2018) 'Eye contact modulates facial mimicry in 4-month-old infants: An EMG and fNIRS study.' Cortex, 106. pp. 93-103. ISSN 0010-9452

de Klerk, Carina CJM and Johnson, Mark H and Southgate, Victoria (2015) 'An EEG study on the somatotopic organisation of sensorimotor cortex activation during action execution and observation in infancy.' Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 15. pp. 1-10. ISSN 1878-9293

de Klerk, Carina CJM and Johnson, Mark H and Heyes, Cecilia M and Southgate, Victoria (2015) 'Baby steps: investigating the development of perceptual-motor couplings in infancy.' Developmental Science, 18 (2). pp. 270-280. ISSN 1363-755X

de Klerk, Carina CJM and Gliga, Teodora and Charman, Tony and Johnson, Mark H (2014) 'Face engagement during infancy predicts later face recognition ability in younger siblings of children with autism.' Developmental Science, 17 (4). pp. 596-611. ISSN 1363-755X

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