Haiko Ballieux


NameHaiko Ballieux
Email addresshaiko@uel.ac.uk

Research outputs

Applying gaze-contingent training within community settings to infants from diverse SES backgrounds

Ballieux, H., Wass, Sam V., Tomalski, Przemyslaw, Kushnerenko, E., Karmiloff-Smith, Annette, Johnson, Mark H. and Moore, D. 2016. Applying gaze-contingent training within community settings to infants from diverse SES backgrounds. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 43, pp. 8-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appdev.2015.12.005

Separating the effects of ethnicity and socio-economic status on sleep practices of 6- to 7-month-old infants

Tomalski, Przemyslaw, Moore, D., Ballieux, H., Kushnerenko, E., Johnson, Mark H. and Karmiloff-Smith, Annette 2016. Separating the effects of ethnicity and socio-economic status on sleep practices of 6- to 7-month-old infants. Learning and Individual Differences. 46, pp. 64-69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2015.12.028

Feasibility of Undertaking Off-Site Infant Eye-Tracking Assessments of Neuro-Cognitive Functioning in Early-Intervention Centres

Ballieux, H., Tomalski, Przemyslaw, Kushnerenko, Elena, Karmiloff-Smith, Annette and Moore, D. 2015. Feasibility of Undertaking Off-Site Infant Eye-Tracking Assessments of Neuro-Cognitive Functioning in Early-Intervention Centres. Infant and Child Development.

Exploring early developmental changes in face scanning patterns during the perception of audiovisual mismatch of speech cues

Tomalski, P., Ribeiro, Helena, Ballieux, H., Axelsson, Emma L., Murphy, Elizabeth, Moore, D. and Kushnerenko, E. 2013. Exploring early developmental changes in face scanning patterns during the perception of audiovisual mismatch of speech cues. European Journal of Developmental Psychology. 10 (5), pp. 611-624.

Brain responses to audiovisual speech mismatch in infants are associated with individual differences in looking behaviour

Kushnerenko, E., Tomalski, P., Ballieux, H., Ribeiro, Helena, Potton, A., Axelsson, Emma L., Murphy, Elizabeth and Moore, D. 2013. Brain responses to audiovisual speech mismatch in infants are associated with individual differences in looking behaviour. European Journal of Neuroscience. 38 (9), pp. 3363-3369.

Brain responses and looking behavior during audiovisual speech integration in infants predict auditory speech comprehension in the second year of life

Kushnerenko, E., Tomalski, P., Ballieux, H., Potton, A., Birtles, D., Frostick, C. and Moore, D. 2013. Brain responses and looking behavior during audiovisual speech integration in infants predict auditory speech comprehension in the second year of life. Frontiers in Psychology. 4 (432).
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