Stefanie Hoehl
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Neural mechanisms of joint attention in infancy
T Striano, VM Reid, S Hoehl
European Journal of Neuroscience 23 (10), 2819-2823, 2006
‘Over-imitation’: A review and appraisal of a decade of research
S Hoehl, S Keupp, H Schleihauf, N McGuigan, D Buttelmann, A Whiten
Developmental Review 51, 90-108, 2019
Neural processing of eye gaze and threat‐related emotional facial expressions in infancy
S Hoehl, T Striano
Child development 79 (6), 1752-1760, 2008
Young infants' neural processing of objects is affected by eye gaze direction and emotional expression
S Hoehl, L Wiese, T Striano
PLoS One 3 (6), e2389, 2008
Recording infant ERP data for cognitive research
S Hoehl, S Wahl
Developmental neuropsychology 37 (3), 187-209, 2012
The perception of biological motion by infants: An event-related potential study
VM Reid, S Hoehl, T Striano
Neuroscience letters 395 (3), 211-214, 2006
The neural correlates of infant and adult goal prediction: evidence for semantic processing systems.
VM Reid, S Hoehl, M Grigutsch, A Groendahl, E Parise, T Striano
Developmental psychology 45 (3), 620, 2009
The development of emotional face and eye gaze processing
S Hoehl, T Striano
Developmental Science 13 (6), 813-825, 2010
What are you looking at? Infants’ neural processing of an adult's object‐directed eye gaze
S Hoehl, V Reid, J Mooney, T Striano
Developmental Science 11 (1), 10-16, 2008
The effects of interaction quality on neural synchrony during mother-child problem solving
T Nguyen, H Schleihauf, E Kayhan, D Matthes, P Vrtička, S Hoehl
cortex 124, 235-249, 2020
Setting the frame: the human brain activates a basic low-frequency network for language processing
G Lohmann, S Hoehl, J Brauer, C Danielmeier, I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, ...
Cerebral cortex 20 (6), 1286-1292, 2010
Itsy bitsy spider…: Infants react with increased arousal to spiders and snakes
S Hoehl, K Hellmer, M Johansson, G Gredebäck
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1710, 2017
Interactional synchrony: signals, mechanisms and benefits
S Hoehl, M Fairhurst, A Schirmer
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), 5-18, 2021
Looking at eye gaze processing and its neural correlates in infancy—Implications for social development and autism spectrum disorder
S Hoehl, VM Reid, E Parise, A Handl, L Palumbo, T Striano
Child development 80 (4), 968-985, 2009
The use of repetition suppression paradigms in developmental cognitive neuroscience
M Nordt, S Hoehl, S Weigelt
Cortex 80, 61-75, 2016
Eye contact during live social interaction modulates infants’ oscillatory brain activity
S Hoehl, C Michel, VM Reid, E Parise, T Striano
Social Neuroscience 9 (3), 300-308, 2014
Infants' attention is biased by emotional expressions and eye gaze direction
S Hoehl, L Palumbo, C Heinisch, T Striano
Neuroreport 19 (5), 579-582, 2008
The role of social interaction and pedagogical cues for eliciting and reducing overimitation in preschoolers
S Hoehl, M Zettersten, H Schleihauf, S Grätz, S Pauen
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 122, 122-133, 2014
Effects of eye gaze cues provided by the caregiver compared to a stranger on infants’ object processing
S Hoehl, S Wahl, C Michel, T Striano
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 2 (1), 81-89, 2012
Neural synchrony in mother–child conversation: Exploring the role of conversation patterns
T Nguyen, H Schleihauf, E Kayhan, D Matthes, P Vrtička, S Hoehl
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), 93-102, 2021
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