The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal directed grasping actions

Geangu E, Senna I, Croci E, Turati C (2015)
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 129: 55-67.

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Geangu E, Senna I, Croci E, Turati C. The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal directed grasping actions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 2015;129:55-67.
Geangu, E., Senna, I., Croci, E., & Turati, C. (2015). The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal directed grasping actions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 129, 55-67.
Geangu, E., Senna, I., Croci, E., and Turati, C. (2015). The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal directed grasping actions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 129, 55-67.
Geangu, E., et al., 2015. The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal directed grasping actions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 129, p 55-67.
E. Geangu, et al., “The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal directed grasping actions”, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, vol. 129, 2015, pp. 55-67.
Geangu, E., Senna, I., Croci, E., Turati, C.: The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal directed grasping actions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 129, 55-67 (2015).
Geangu, Elena, Senna, Irene, Croci, Emanuela, and Turati, Chiara. “The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal directed grasping actions”. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 129 (2015): 55-67.
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