Kari S. Kretch
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Head‐mounted eye tracking: A new method to describe infant looking
JM Franchak, KS Kretch, KC Soska, KE Adolph
Child development 82 (6), 1738-1750, 2011
Crawling and walking infants see the world differently
KS Kretch, JM Franchak, KE Adolph
Child development 85 (4), 1503-1518, 2014
Gibson’s theory of perceptual learning
KE Adolph, KS Kretch
International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences 10 (2), 127-134, 2015
Cliff or step? Posture‐specific learning at the edge of a drop‐off
KS Kretch, KE Adolph
Child development 84 (1), 226-240, 2013
See and be seen: Infant–caregiver social looking during locomotor free play
JM Franchak, KS Kretch, KE Adolph
Developmental science 21 (4), e12626, 2018
Head-mounted eye-tracking of infants' natural interactions: a new method
JM Franchak, KS Kretch, KC Soska, JS Babcock, KE Adolph
Proceedings of the 2010 symposium on eye-tracking research & applications, 21-27, 2010
The organization of exploratory behaviors in infant locomotor planning
KS Kretch, KE Adolph
Developmental science 20 (4), e12421, 2017
Active vision in passive locomotion: Real‐world free viewing in infants and adults
KS Kretch, KE Adolph
Developmental science 18 (5), 736-750, 2015
Fear of heights in infants?
KE Adolph, KS Kretch, V LoBue
Current directions in psychological science 23 (1), 60-66, 2014
Infants on the Edge
KE Adolph, KS Kretch
Developmental psychology: Revisiting the classic studies 36, 2012
No bridge too high: Infants decide whether to cross based on the probability of falling not the severity of the potential fall
KS Kretch, KE Adolph
Developmental science 16 (3), 336-351, 2013
The quality of visual information about the lower extremities influences visuomotor coordination during virtual obstacle negotiation
A Kim, KS Kretch, Z Zhou, JM Finley
Journal of Neurophysiology 120 (2), 839-847, 2018
Understanding the development of motion processing by characterizing optic flow experienced by infants and their mothers
F Raudies, RO Gilmore, KS Kretch, JM Franchak, KE Adolph
2012 IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and …, 2012
Infant posture and caregiver‐provided cognitive opportunities in typically developing infants and infants with motor delay
KS Kretch, NA Koziol, EC Marcinowski, AE Kane, K Inamdar, ED Brown, ...
Developmental Psychobiology 64 (1), e22233, 2022
“Learn the Signs. Act Early.”: Updates and Implications for Physical Therapists
KS Kretch, SL Willett, LY Hsu, BA Sargent, RT Harbourne, SC Dusing
Pediatric Physical Therapy 34 (4), 440-448, 2022
Opportunities for learning and social interaction in infant sitting: Effects of sitting support, sitting skill, and gross motor delay
KS Kretch, EC Marcinowski, LY Hsu, NA Koziol, RT Harbourne, MA Lobo, ...
Developmental science 26 (3), e13318, 2023
The SIT-PT Trial Protocol: A dose-matched randomized clinical trial comparing 2 physical therapist interventions for infants and toddlers with cerebral palsy
SC Dusing, RT Harbourne, LY Hsu, NA Koziol, K Kretch, B Sargent, ...
Physical therapy 102 (7), pzac039, 2022
START-Play Physical Therapy Intervention Indirectly Impacts Cognition Through Changes in Early Motor-Based Problem-Solving Skills
NA Koziol, KS Kretch, RT Harbourne, MA Lobo, SW McCoy, R Molinini, ...
Pediatric Physical Therapy 35 (3), 293-302, 2023
Sitting Capacity and Performance in Infants with Typical Development and Infants with Motor Delay
KS Kretch, NA Koziol, EC Marcinowski, LY Hsu, RT Harbourne, MA Lobo, ...
Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics 44 (2), 164-179, 2024
Effect of the START-Play Physical Therapy Intervention on Cognitive Skills Depends on Caregiver-Provided Learning Opportunities
NA Koziol, CD Butera, KS Kretch, RT Harbourne, MA Lobo, SW McCoy, ...
Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics 42 (5), 510-525, 2022
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