Publications 2010 - Present

Bahrick, L., Todd, J., Castellanos, I., & Sorondo, B. (2016). Enhanced attention to speaking faces versus other event types emerges gradually across infancy. Developmental Psychology, 52(11). http:/dx.doi.org10.1037/dev0000157

Beebe, B., Messinger, D., Bahrick, L. E., Margolis, A., Buck, K.A., & Chen, H. (2016). A systems view of mother-infant face-to-face communication. Developmental Psychology, 52(4). DOI: 10.1037/a0040085. PMID: 26882118. PMCID: PMC4808406.

Lickliter, R., & Bahrick, L.E. (2016). Using an animal model to explore the prenatal origins of social development. In N. Reissland, & B. Kisilevsky (Eds.), Fetal Development: Research on Brain and Behavior, Environmental Influences, and Emerging Technologies (pp. 3-14). Switzerland: Springer.

Bahrick, L. E., Lickliter, R., Castellanos, I., & Todd, J. T. (2015). Intrasensory redundancy facilitates infant detection of tempo: Extending predictions of the Intersensory Redundancy Hypothesis. Infancy, 1-28. DOI: 10.1111/infa.12081. PMID: 26207101. PMCID: PMC4508026

Gogate, L., Maganti, M., & Bahrick, L. (2015) Cross-cultural evidence for multimodal motherese: Asian-Indian mothers’ adaptive use of synchronous words and gestures. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 129, 110-126.

Bahrick, L.E., & Lickliter, R. (2014). Learning to attend selectively: The dual role of intersensory redundancy. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 23, 414-420.

Reynolds, G.D., Bahrick, L.E., Lickliter, R., & Guy, M.W. (2014). Neural correlates of intersensory processing in 5-month-old infants. Developmental Psychobiology, 56, 355-372.

Bahrick, L.E., Krogh-Jespersen, S., Argumosa, M.A., & Lopez, H. (2013). Intersensory Redundancy Hinders Face Discrimination in Preschool Children: Evidence for Visual Facilitation.Developmental Psychology. 50(2), 414-421.

Bahrick, L.E. (2013). Body perception: Intersensory origins of self and other perception in newborns. Current Biology. 23(23).

Vaillant-Molina, M., Bahrick. L. E., & Flom, R. (2013). Young Infants Match Facial and Vocal Emotional Expressions of Other Infants. Infancy, 18(S1), E97-E111.

Bahrick, L.E., Lickliter, R., & Castellanos, I. (2012). The development of face perception in infancy: Intersensory interference and unimodal visual facilitation. Developmental Psychology. 49(10), 1919-1930.

Bahrick, L. E., & Todd, J. T. (2012). Multisensory processing in autism spectrum disorders: Intersensory processing disturbance as a basis for atypical development. In B. E. Stein (Ed.), The new handbook of multisensory processes (p. 657-674), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Bahrick, L. E., & Lickliter, R. (2012). The role of intersensory redundancy in early perceptual, cognitive, and social development. In A. Bremner, D. J. Lewkowicz, & C. Spence (Eds.), Multisensory development (pp. 183-205), Oxford University Press: Oxford, England.

Lickliter, R., & Bahrick, L.E. (2012). The concept of homology as a basis for evaluating developmental mechanisms: Exploring selective attention across the lifespan. Developmental Psychobiology.

Beebe, B., Lachmann, F.M., Markese, S., Buck, K.A., Bahrick, L.E., & Chen, H. (2012). On the origins of disorganized attachment and internal working models: Paper I. A dyadic systems approach. Psychoanalytic Dialogues: The International Journal of Relational Perspectives, 22, 253-272.

Beebe, B., Lachmann, F.M., Markese, S., & Bahrick, L.E. (2012). On the origins of disorganized attachment and internal working models: Paper II. An empirical microanalysis of 4-month mother-infant interaction. Psychoanalytic Dialogues: The International Journal of Relational Perspectives, 22, 352-374.

Vaillant-Molina, M. & Bahrick. L. E. (2012). The role of intersensory redundancy in the emergence of social referencing in 5.5-month-old infants. Developmental Psychology, 48, 1-9.

Flom, R. & Bahrick, L. E. (2010). The effects of intersensory redundancy on attention and memory: Infants’ long-term memory for orientation in audiovisual events. Developmental Psychology, 46, 428-436.

Bahrick, L. E. (2010). Intermodal perception and selective attention to intersensory redundancy: Implications for typical social development and autism. In G. Bremner & T. D. Wachs (Eds.). The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of infant development: 2nd ed. (pp. 120-166), Blackwell Publishing: Oxford, England.

Bahrick, L. E., Lickliter, R., Castellanos, I., & Vaillant-Molina, M. (2010). Increasing task difficulty enhances effects of intersensory redundancy: Testing a new prediction of the Intersensory Redundancy Hypothesis. Developmental Science, 13(5), 731-737.

Jamie, M., Bahrick, L. E., & Lickliter, R. (2010). The critical role of temporal synchrony in the salience of intersensory redundancy during prenatal development. Infancy, 15, 61-82.

Beebe, B., Jaffe, J., Markese, S., Buck, K., Chen, H., Cohen, P., Bahrick, L. E., Andrews, H., & Feldstein, S. (2010). The origins of 12-month attachment: A microanalysis of 4-month mother-infant interaction. Attachment and Human Development, 12, 3-141.