Early manifestation of arm–leg coordination during stepping on a surface in human neonates

La Scaleia V, Ivanenko Y, Fabiano A, Sylos-Labini F, Cappellini G, Picone S, Paolillo P, Di Paolo A, Lacquaniti F (2018)
Experimental Brain Research 236(4): 1105-1115.

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La Scaleia, Valentina; Ivanenko, Y.; Fabiano, A.; Sylos-Labini, F.; Cappellini, G.; Picone, S.; Paolillo, P.; Di Paolo, A.; Lacquaniti, F.
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2018
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Experimental Brain Research
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1105-1115
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La Scaleia V, Ivanenko Y, Fabiano A, et al. Early manifestation of arm–leg coordination during stepping on a surface in human neonates. Experimental Brain Research. 2018;236(4):1105-1115.
La Scaleia, V., Ivanenko, Y., Fabiano, A., Sylos-Labini, F., Cappellini, G., Picone, S., Paolillo, P., et al. (2018). Early manifestation of arm–leg coordination during stepping on a surface in human neonates. Experimental Brain Research, 236(4), 1105-1115. doi:10.1007/s00221-018-5201-y
La Scaleia, V., Ivanenko, Y., Fabiano, A., Sylos-Labini, F., Cappellini, G., Picone, S., Paolillo, P., Di Paolo, A., and Lacquaniti, F. (2018). Early manifestation of arm–leg coordination during stepping on a surface in human neonates. Experimental Brain Research 236, 1105-1115.
La Scaleia, V., et al., 2018. Early manifestation of arm–leg coordination during stepping on a surface in human neonates. Experimental Brain Research, 236(4), p 1105-1115.
V. La Scaleia, et al., “Early manifestation of arm–leg coordination during stepping on a surface in human neonates”, Experimental Brain Research, vol. 236, 2018, pp. 1105-1115.
La Scaleia, V., Ivanenko, Y., Fabiano, A., Sylos-Labini, F., Cappellini, G., Picone, S., Paolillo, P., Di Paolo, A., Lacquaniti, F.: Early manifestation of arm–leg coordination during stepping on a surface in human neonates. Experimental Brain Research. 236, 1105-1115 (2018).
La Scaleia, Valentina, Ivanenko, Y., Fabiano, A., Sylos-Labini, F., Cappellini, G., Picone, S., Paolillo, P., Di Paolo, A., and Lacquaniti, F. “Early manifestation of arm–leg coordination during stepping on a surface in human neonates”. Experimental Brain Research 236.4 (2018): 1105-1115.

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