- Tommie Forslund wins the "Excellence in Attachment Research (EAR) Dissertation Award" for his PhD dissertation. The award is handed out by the international organization Society for Emotion and Attachment Studies (SEAS).
- 1/7 Terje Falck-Ytter is promoted to Professor in Psychology at the Department of Psychology in Uppsala
- 1/6 Terje Falck-Ytter is promoted to Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Department of Psychology in Uppsala
- 24/5 Johan Lundin Kleberg receives a research grant from Clas Groshinskys' Memorial Foundation to study the overlap between autism and social anxiety
- 23/5 Professor Pierre Pica visits the Lab and holds a lecture
- 17/5 Matilda Frick defends her PhD dissertation
- 16/5 Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke visits the Lab and holds a lecture
- 15/5 Karin Brocki is promototed to Professor
- 14/5 Gustaf Gredebäck holds a lecture at Junibacken, Stockholm
- 3/5 Joshua Juvrud defends his PhD dissertation
- 2/5 Professor Denis Mareschal visits the Lab and holds a lecture
- 24/4 Gustaf Gredebäck holds keynote at the Lund Symposium on Cognition, Communication and Learning
- 11/4 Terje Falck-Ytter holds a lecture at the conference "Fokus på Autism" in Stockholm
- 6/4 Gustaf Gredebäck holds a lecture, "Developmental Perspectives on Embodiment", at the Center for Advanced Studies in Bielefeld
- 1/4 Amanda Lindkvist and Ditte Enhorn begin as assistants at the Lab
- 13/3 Terje Falck-Ytter gives a lecture on early autism at the Centre for Disability Research at Uppsala University
- 1/3 During March Roy Hessels and Ignace Hooge from the University of Utrecht visit the Lab to collaborate on analyses of eye movements
- 27/2 Joshua Juvrud holds his final PhD seminar
- Karin Brocki receives a research grant from the Jerring Foundation for research on attachment and self-regulation in children with ADHD and mapping of regional differences in ADHD diagnostic procedures in Sweden
- 12/12 Netflix visits the Lab for a documentary
- 4/12 Elisabeth Nilsson Jobs defends her PhD dissertation
- 23/11 Terje Falck-Ytter receives a grant from the Swedish Research Council for the interdisciplinary research programme "The role of gut mictrobiota for typical and atypical brain development" (in collaboration with Dr Rochellys Diaz Heijtz at Karolinska Institutet)
- 9/11 Tommie Forslund defends his PhD dissertation
- 8/11 Professor Gottfried Spangler visits the Lab and holds a lecture
- 19/10 Marta Bakker defends her PhD dissertation
- 18/10 Professor Amy Needham visits the Lab and holds a lecture
- 16/10 Terje Falck-Ytter holds a lecture on autism at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study
- 10/10 Gustaf Gredebäck attends morning meeting about attachment and children's security at FORTE
- 1/9 Umay Sen begins her PhD studies
- 31/8 Uppsala Child and Baby Lab members visit colleagues in Thimphu, Bhutan
- 10/8 Marta Bakker holds her final PhD seminar
- 30/6 Terje Falck-Ytter receives grant from the EU to finance a PhD student within the project EASE
- 22/6 Gustaf Gredebäck holds a keynote at NASPSPA
- 25/5 Professor Stefanie Hoehl visits the Lab and holds a lecture
- 22/5 Gustaf Gredebäck holds a lecture to Wallenberg Academy Fellows at The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities
- 7/5 Gustaf Gredebäck holds a lecture at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Paris
- 30/4 Terje Falck-Ytter recieves a grant from EU for research on autism within the project AIMS-2-TRIALS
- 13/4 Johan Lundin Kleberg defends his PhD dissertation
- 12/4 Dr Mayada Elsabbagh, McGill University, visits the Lab
- 4/4 The Play Lab is inaugurated
- 3/4 Hsing-Fen Tu from Max Planck in Leipzig visits the Lab
- 1/3 Maja Rudling begins her PhD studies
- 1/2 Linda van den Berg begins her PhD studies
- 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
- 1/9 Gustaf Gredebäck is elected member in The Royal Society of Sciences at Uppsala
- 31/8 Martyna Galazka defends her PhD dissertation
- 30/8 Moritz Daum, University of Zurich, 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.