publication keys

2017:

2016:

Gilmore, R. O., Adolph, K. E., & Millman, D. S. (2016). Curating identifiable data for sharing: The Databrary project. In Proceedings of the 2016 New York Scientific Data Summit

2012:

Raudies, F., Gilmore, R. O., Kretch, K. S., Franchak, J. M., & Adolph, K. E. (2012). Understanding the development of motion processing by characterizing optic flow experienced by infants and their mothers. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning.

2010:

Adolph, K. E. (2010). Faculty Perspective: Influences on growth. [Invited Keynote Address, Undergraduate Research Conference] Inquiry: A Journal of Undergraduate Research, New York University.

Franchak, J. M., Kretch, K. S., Soska, K. C., Babcock, J. S., & Adolph, K. E (2010). Head-mounted eye-tracking in infants' natural interactions: A new methodProceedings of the 2010 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, Austin, TX. [Winner of the Best Long Paper Award, ETRA 2010 Eye Tracking Research & Applications Symposium.]

2005:

Adolph, K. E (2005). Learning to learn in the development of action. In J. Lockman, J. Reiser, & C. A. Nelson (Eds.), Action as an organizer of perception and cognition during learning and development: Minnesota Symposium on Child Development (Vol. 33, pp. 91-122). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum

2001:

Anderson, J. , Bode, C. , Faradjian, G., & Adolph, K.E (2001). Effects of asymmetry on automaticity and adaptability in adult walking. In G. A. Burton & R. C. Schmidt (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action VI (pp. 223-226). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Fraisse, F. E., Couet, A. M., Bellanca, K. J., & Adolph, K. E (2001). Infants' response to potential risk: Social interaction and perceptual exploration. In G. A. Burton & R. C. Schmidt (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action VI (pp. 97-100). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

1999:

Adolph, K. E., Avolio, A. M., & Leo, A. J (1999). Specificity of learning: Why infants fall over a veritable cliff. In M. A. Grealy & J. A. Thompson (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action V (pp. 236-239). NJ: Erlbaum.

Chan, M. Y., Lu, Y., Marin, L. & Adolph, K. E (1999). A baby's day: Capturing crawling experience. In M. A. Grealy & J. A. Thompson (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action V (pp. 245-249). NJ: Erlbaum.

Lo, T.W., Avolio, A. M., Massop, S.A., & Adolph, K.E. (1999). Why toddlers don't perceive risky ground based on surface friction. In M. A. Grealy & J. A. Thompson (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action V (pp. 231-235). NJ: Erlbaum.

1997:

Adolph, K. E., Avolio, A. M., & Leo, A. J (1999). Specificity of learning: Why infants fall over a veritable cliff. In M. A. Grealy & J. A. Thompson (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action V (pp. 236-239). NJ: Erlbaum.

1995:

Gorday, K. M., Stroop, M. A., Adolph, K. E., & Thelen, E. (1995). Toddlers' postural control on different surfaces.

Vereijken, B., Adolph, K. E., Denny, M.A., Fadl, Y., Gill, S. V., & Lucero, A. A. (1995). Development of infant crawling: Balance on constraints on interlimb coordination.

1990:

Adolph, K. E., Gibson, E. J. & Eppler, M. A. (1990). Perceiving affordances of slopes: The ups and downs of toddlers' locomotion. (Technical Report No.16). Atlanta, GA: Emory University, Emory Cognition Project.

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