Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth

Longhi E, Senna I, Bolognini N, Bulf H, Tagliabue P, Macchi Cassia V, Turati C (2014)
Child Development. 86(2): 632-641.

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Longhi E, Senna I, Bolognini N, et al. Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth. Child Development. 2014;86(2):632-641.
Longhi, E., Senna, I., Bolognini, N., Bulf, H., Tagliabue, P., Macchi Cassia, V., & Turati, C. (2014). Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth. Child Development., 86(2), 632-641. doi:10.1111/cdev.12329
Longhi, E., Senna, I., Bolognini, N., Bulf, H., Tagliabue, P., Macchi Cassia, V., and Turati, C. (2014). Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth. Child Development. 86, 632-641.
Longhi, E., et al., 2014. Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth. Child Development., 86(2), p 632-641.
E. Longhi, et al., “Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth”, Child Development., vol. 86, 2014, pp. 632-641.
Longhi, E., Senna, I., Bolognini, N., Bulf, H., Tagliabue, P., Macchi Cassia, V., Turati, C.: Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth. Child Development. 86, 632-641 (2014).
Longhi, Elena, Senna, Irene, Bolognini, Nadia, Bulf, Hermann, Tagliabue, Paolo, Macchi Cassia, Viola, and Turati, Chiara. “Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth”. Child Development. 86.2 (2014): 632-641.

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