Fidler, D.J., Schworer, E.*, Needham, A.W., Prince, M.A., Patel, L., & Daunhauer, L.A. (2021). Feasibility of a syndrome-informed micro-intervention for infants with Down syndrome. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 65(4), 320-339.
Maitre, N.L., Jeanvoine, A., Yoder, P., Key, A.P., Slaughter, J.C., Carey, H., Needham, A., Murray, M.M., Heathcock, J., & the BBOP group. (2020). Kinematic and somatosensory gains in infants with cerebral palsy after a multi-component upper-extremity intervention: A randomized controlled trial. Brain Topography, 33: 751-766.
Fidler, D.J., Needham, A.W., Schworer, E.* (2019). Infant foundations in Down syndrome: Early constraints on a developing cognitive system. International Review of Research in Developmental Disabilities, 56, 41-65.
Fidler, D.J., Schworer, E.*, Prince, M., Will, E., Patel, L, Needham, A.W., & Daunhauer, L. (2019). Early exploratory profiles and developmental skill acquisition in infants with Down syndrome. Infant Behavior and Development, 54, 140-150.
Needham, A.W., Wiesen, S.E.*, Hejazi, J.N.*, Libertus, K.*, & Christopher, C.* (2017). Characteristics of brief sticky mittens training that lead to increases in object exploration. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 164, 209-224.
Needham, A., Wiesen, S., & Libertus, K. (2015). Sticky mittens, prickly velcro, and infants’ transition into independent reaching: Response to Williams, Corbetta, & Guan (2015). Infant Behavior and Development, 41, 38-42.
Libertus, K. & Needham, A. (2014). Face preference in infancy and its relation to motor activity. International Journal of Behavioral Development, released online, p. 1-11. doi: 10.1177/0165025414535122
Libertus, K. & Needham, A. (2014). Encouragement is nothing without control: Factors influencing the development of reaching and face preference. Journal of Motor Learning and Development, 2(16), 16-27.
Libertus, K., Gibson, J.N., Hidayatallah, N.Z., Hirtle, J.A.T., Adcock, R.A., & Needham, A. (2013). Size matters: How age and reaching experiences shape infants’ preference for different sized objects. Infant Behavior and Development, 36, 189-198.
Greif, M.L., & Needham, A. (2011). The development of human tool use early in life. In T. McCormack. C. Hoerl, & S. Butterfill (eds.) Tool use and causal cognition, (pp. 51-68) Oxford University Press.
Needham, A. (2009). Learning in infants’ object perception, object-directed action, and tool use. In A. Needham & A. Woodward (Eds.) Learning and the Infant Mind. (pp. 208-226). Oxford University Press.
Fitzpatrick, P., Needham, A., Natale, L., & Metta, G. (2008). Shared challenges in object perception for robots and infants. Infant and Child Development, 17, 7-24. Special issue on infancy-robotics relations.
Dueker, G.L., & Needham, A. (2005). Infants’ object category formation in the real world: Context effects on category use in object segregation. Visual Cognition, 12, 1177-1198. Special issue on real-world scene perception.
Needham, A., & Ormsbee, S.M. (2003). The development of object segregation during the first year of life. In R. Kimchi, M. Behrmann, and C. Olson (Eds.) Perceptual organization in vision: Behavioral and neural perspectives, (pp. 205-232). Mahwah, New Jersey. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Needham, A. Barrett, T., & Peterman, K. (2002) A pick-me-up for infants’ exploratory skills: early simulated experiences reaching for objects using ‘sticky mittens’ enhances young infants’ object exploration skills. Infant Behavior and Development, 25, 279-295.
Needham, A., & Modi, A. (1999). Infants’ use of prior experiences with objects in object segregation: Implications for object recognition in infancy. In H. W. Reese (Ed.), Advances in Child Development and Behavior (Vol. 27, pp. 99-133). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
Needham, A., & Kaufman, J. (1997). Infants’ integration of information from different sources in object segregation. Perceptual Development Special Issue of Early Development and Parenting, 6, 137-147.
Needham, A., Baillargeon, R., & Kaufman, L. (1997). Object segregation in infancy. In C. Rovee-Collier and L. Lipsitt (Eds.), Advances in Infancy Research, (Vol. 11, pp. 1-44). Greenwich, CT: Ablex.
Baillargeon, R., Kotovsky, L., & Needham, A. (1995). Physical reasoning in infants. In G. Lewis, D. Premack, & D. Sperber (Eds.), Causal Understandings in Cognition and Culture. Fyssen Foundation Symposia. Oxford University Press.