- 15/11 Sara Haas from University of Maryland visits the lab
- 06/11 Maleen Thiele from Leipzig University visits the lab
- 22/9 Emilia Thorup defends her PhD dissertation
- 21/9 The exhibition "BVC för de inre tillväxtkurvorna" opens at Linnéanum
- 21/9 Peter Mundy, UC Davis, visits the lab
- 14/9 Seth Pollak, University of Wisconsin-Madison, visits the lab
- The company Babybjörn visits the Lab with deputy vice-chancellor Anders Malmberg
- 9-11/3. The Lab partakes in SciFest with Anette Anderson, supported by Tobii.com and Qualisys.com
- 23/2. Robbie Duschinsky, Cambridge University, visits the Lab
- 16/2. Chiara Turati, Università di Milano Bicocca, visits the Lab
- 8/2. Gustaf Gredebäck and Joshua Juvrud visit the Department of Game Design, Campus Gotland, to discuss forms of cooperation
- 8/12 Véronique Izard, Université Paris Decartes, visits the lab
- 6/12. Tommie Forslund and Karin Brocki participate in the Scandinavian medical journal Best Practice with the article "Multiple causes of ADHD symptoms" (in Swedish).
- 5/12 Elizabeth Spelke from Harvard visits the lab
- 23/11 Marcus Lindskog is awarded the Swedish National Committee for Psychological Sciences' prize for outstanding young researcher in psychology 2016 for his research on numerical cognition
- 11/11 Terje Falck-Ytter awarded the Oscar Prize
- 3/11 Janny Stapel awarded grant by the Swedish Research Council for the project "Motor Learning in Development" (6 000 000 SEK)
- 21/10 Christine Fawcett awarded funds from The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences for the project "Pupillary contagion in a developmental context"
- 13/10 Minna Huotailainen from the University of Helsinki visits the lab
- 23/9 Joel Nigg from Oregon Health & Science University visits the lab
- 22/9 Terje Falck-Ytter receives his Pro Futura Scientia Diploma at SCAS. Read press release and read more about the award decision in June 2016.
- 16/9 Janna Gottwald received her PhD for the dissertation Infants in Control: Prospective Motor Control and Executive Functions in Action Development
- 15-16/9 Daniela Corbetta from University of Tennessee visits the lab
- 1/9 Wiebke Struckmann starts to work in the lab in a collaboration with Uppsala Memory Lab
- 29/8 Nils-Erik Sahlin from Lund University holds a lecture on scientific ethics
- 29/8 Kickoff with a focus on ethics and good scientific practice
- Terje Falck-Ytter elected Pro Futura Fellow 2016. Read more at The Foundation for the Humanities and Social Science's home page.
- Gustaf Gredebäck and Terje Falck-Ytter gave invited presentations at the conference of the European Academy of Childhood Disability
- Andreas Reichelt from Queen’s University starts a 2-year post doc at the lab.
- Andrea Handl received her PhD.
- Many members of the lab presented research at the International Conference on Infant Studies in New Orleans, USA.
- Francys Subiaul from George Washington University visited the lab to discuss research on imitation.
- Janny Stapel has been awarded an early career grant from the Dutch Research Organization for a 2-year postdoctoral position. She will carry out the project entitled “How we imitate others” at the University of Oxford.
- Melda Aslan from University of Ghent visits the lab for three months to conduct an EEG study.
- Teresa del Bianco from University of Trento visits the lab for four months in order to collaborate with Terje and write a review paper.
- Leike Graue visits the lab for three months on an Erasmus internship from University of Koblenz-Landau.
- 25 February Norbert Zmyj from University of Dortmund visited the lab.
- Marcus Lindskog has received a grant from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond in order to study early mathematical abilities in infancy.
- Gustaf Gredebäck has received a grant from Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg foundation to study early mathematical abilities in infancy.
- Linda Forssman from University of Tampere is joining the lab as temporary project leader for the BasicChild project.
- Elizabeth Spelke visited the lab from Harvard University and gave a talk on her research on cognitive development.
- On Monday 21st of December, Vetenskapens Värld aired an episode featuring Uppsala Child and Babylab. You can watch the program here.
- Gustaf Gredebäck becomes chair of the Swedish Research Council's evaluation panel for psychology and a member of Scientific Council for Humanities and Social Sciences.
- On the 11th of December, Therese L. Ekberg defended her thesis “Manual motor development in infancy: execution and observation of actions”. Her opponent was professor Jeffrey J. Lockman from Tulane University, New Orleans.
- On the 10th of december, professor Jeffrey J. Lockman from Tulane University, New Orleans, visited the lab and gave a lecture entitled “Perception-Action Foundations of Adaptive Behaviors in Early Childhood”.
- Marcus Lindskog and Gustaf Gredebäck are awarded 860.000 EUR from the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation for the project: “Infants Sense of Number - Investigating Cognitive Mechanisms and Training Interventions for Learning Mathematics Early in Life”.
- On November 20th, Maria Johansson defended her thesis “Attention and Self-regulation in Infancy and Toddlerhood”. Her opponent was Dr. Sandra Wiebe University of Alberta, Canada.
- Associate professor Sandra Wiebe from University of Alberta visited the lab on November 19 and 20 and gave a talk on “Cognitive Flexibility in Early and Middle Childhood: Insights from Behaviour and ERPs”.
- Early Autism Sweden (EASE) is awarded 535 000 euro from the Swedish Research Council. EASE is a collaboration between Uppsala Child and Babylab and KIND at KI. Terje Falck-Ytter is the PI.
- On the 30th of October, Sara Scholtens defended her thesis, “ADHD Symptoms: Objective Performance and Subject Perspective”. Her opponent was Professor Claire Hughes from University of Cambridge.
- Marcus Lindskog is awarded 498.000 EUR from Riksbankens jubileumsfond for the project "Infants' Sense of Number - Investigating Cognitive Mechanisms and Training Interventions for Learning Mathematics Early in Life".Read more here.
- Uppsala Child and Babylab get noticed for their project which aims at improving transparency and reproducibility within psychological research. Read more about this in the University’s press release.
- Felicia Sundström and Johanna Stenson have begun working as research assistants in the Synchronous Imitation project.
- Tobii visited the lab and made a film about how to conduct eye-tracking studies with children.
- Uppsala Child and Babylab arranged a research school for 15 new Ph.D. students from different European countries, as a part of the Marie Curie network BRAINVIEW. The focus of the research school was new methods for studying infant development.
- On august 28th, Uppsala Child and Babylab’s staff spent the day at Gällöfsta Konferens where we discussed current research and theories within developmental psychology. We also played some Bubble ball.
- Sheila Achermann started as a Ph.D. student and will be working within Early Autism Sweden (EASE).
- Terje Falck-Ytter is awarded around 10 million SEK by the Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences for the sub-project ”Early development in infants with risk for Autism and ADHD: A longitudinal study with focus on divergent and convergent mechanism”. Read more and see the press release.
- Tommie Forslund and colleagues published an article in Dagens Nyheter.
- Véronique Izard, affiliated with Université Paris Decartes and National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), visited the lab and gave a talk at the 5th of June, "Sources of numeric knowledge in infants and young children".
- Irma Lejlic began as a project assistent for the BASIC child project.
- Ben Kenward is talking about his research in Forskarliv on the radio channel P1.
- Terje Falck-Ytter receives this years LifeWatch award from the Niclas Öberg Foundation.
- Monday 9th of March the Child and Babylab ogranized Vetenskapscafé in collaboration with Biotopia. Three researchers gave talks about their research about children and infants.
- Natasha Kirkham from Birkbeck Collage in London visited the Child and Babylab one week in March.
- Watch the brief documentary about Gustaf Gredebäck and The Child and Baby Lab produced by Knut och Alice Wallenberg Foundations, in collaboration with Mediabruket, here.
- Elin Schröder began as a research assistent at the lab.
- Johanna Stenson began as a project assistent for the BASIC child project.
- Amanda Woodward from the University of Chicago visited the lab the 5-6th of February. On February the 5th Amanda Woodward gave a talk, "Infants' grasp of others' intentions".
- Claudia Elsner defended her Phd thesis of the 6th of February: "An embodied account of action preduction".
- Aurora De Bortoli Vizioli, Phd student from University of Padova, will do research at the lab for six months.
- Dorota Green was awarded a post-doc scholarship by Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF) for 2015.
- The EU-commision has approved funding for Marie Skłodowska-Curie-nätverket ”Brainview: Integrated view on disruptions of early brain development”. Terje Falck-Ytter is the leading researcher for the project.
- Mikko Peltola, from university of Tampere, visited the lab 27-28th of November.
- Watch Gustaf Gredebäcks lecture from Hjärndagen 2014 at the UR website.
- The art exhibition UrSinnen in collaboration between Artikel 31 and Uppsala Child & Baby Lab is open at Färgfabriken until November 30th.
- Claudia Elsner presented her thesis "An embodied account of action preduction" at her final seminar November 21th.
- Terje Falck-Ytter has been promoted to Associate Professor.
- The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, in collaboration with Mediabruket, are making a documentary about the Child and Baby Lab.
- Lise Van Schuerbeeck from Hasselt University in Belgium visited the lab.
- Dorota Green defended her PhD thesis on October 17th.
- Gustaf Gredebäck was one of the speakers at Hjärndagen 2014.
- Ezgi Kayhan is visiting the lab for 3 months.
- Kahl Hellmer began as PhD student.
Janny Stapel started as post-doctoral researcher funded through a Marie Curie fellowship.
- Anna Sewall began as a project assistent for the BASIC child project.
- Kim Creswell began as a project assistent for the EFFECT project.
- Maria Thunström began as a project assistent for the BASIC child project.
- Cynthia Martinez is visiting from California State University Northridge (CSUN).
- Jessica Sommerville from University of Washington visited the lab February 24-28. She studied action perception in infants by looking at brain activity during functional grasping.
- Josje de Valk is visiting from the University of Amsterdam and will be studying prosocial behaviour in toddlers.
- Joshua Juvrud began as PhD student.
- Fabrizia Giannotta, PhD from the University of Torino, started to work with the family’s role in the development of externalizing problems.
- Heini Törnqvist and Miiu Kujala from the University of Helsinki visited the lab and presented eye-tracking studies they have conducted on dogs.
- Sofia Leijon began as an assistant for the BASIC child project.
- Linda Lidborg began as an assistant for the Uppsala Child and Baby Lab.
- The lab has been in the media often lately. You can see links to media coverage here.
- Peter Johnsson began as a programmer in the lab.
- Terhi Helminen visited the lab on 17 October from the University of Tampere.
- We recently redecorated our waiting room. Here are some pictures from before and after.
- Terje Falck-Ytter organized a symposium - Social Cogntion and Autism - at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
- Bahar Tunçgenç is visiting the lab from the University of Oxford for three months.
- Kahl Hellmer began as an assistant for the Uppsala Child and Baby Lab.
- There is a new PhD position available at the Uppsala Child and Baby Lab. Deadline: 22-10-2013.
- Maria Axner began as a project assistant with the EASE project.
- Claire Almer began as a project assistant with the BASIC child project.
- Matlida Frick began as a PhD student.
- Last fall, Folke Rydéns Production was at the Uppsala Child and Baby Lab to record material for their documentary on social science research, "Forska för Livet".
- Victoria Wesevich from Washington University was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to come to the Uppsala Child and Baby Lab.
- Sermin Tükel from the Karolinska Institute is beginning a project on aesthetic preferences in infants.
- Johan Lundin Kleberg started as a PhD student with the EASE project.
- Bruno Laeng visited the lab 5 April, 2013.
- Joanna Szufnarowska will be visiting the lab from Universität Bielefelds CoR-Lab for three months.
- Elisabeth Nilsson Jobs started her PhD working in the EASE project.
- Ingrid Naylor has started working as a research assistant with Karin Brocki and Tommie Forslund.
- Gustaf Gredebäck has become a member of the Psychology evaluation panel for Vetenskapsrådet.
- Sofia Lu has started as research assistant on the EASE-project. Hanna Johansson has started working as a research assistant with Maria Johansson.
- Eloide Cauvet, post doc at the Center of Neurodevelopmental Disorders at Karolinska institutet (KIND), has visited the lab regarding a study of brain activity in infants. Also, Ida Hensler has started as a research assistant.
- The 2012 prize for young researchers in psychology, founded by the Swedish National Committee for Psychology and the Royal Science Society, has been awarded to Terje Falck-Ytter.
- Stefanie Höhl visits the Uppsala Child and Baby Lab on December 7.