Developmental Psychology Articles
Meyer, M., Hard, B., Brand, R., McGarvey, M., & Baldwin, D. (2011). Acoustic packaging: Maternal speech and action synchrony. IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development, 3, 154-162.
Acoustic Packaging: Maternal Speech and Action Synchrony (Meyer et al)
Brand, R. J., McGee, A., Kominsky, J. F., Briggs, K., Gruneisen, A., & Orbach, T. (2009). Repetition in infant-directed action depends on the goal structure of the object: Evidence for statistical regularities. Gesture, 9, 337-35 (email email@example.com for a copy).
Brand, R. J. & Shallcross, W. L. (2008). Infants prefer motionese to adult-directed action. Developmental Science.
Infants Prefer Motionese to Adult-Directed Action (Brand & Shallcross)
Brand, R. J. & Tapscott, S. (2007). Acoustic packaging of action sequences by infants. Infancy, 11, 321-332.
Acoustic Packaging of Action Sequences by Infants (Brand & Tapscott)
Brand., R. J., Shallcross, W. L., Sabatos, M. G., & Massie, K. P. (2007). Fine-grained analysis of motionese: Eye gaze, object exchanges, and action units in infant- versus adult-directed action. Infancy, 11, 203-214.
Brand, R. J., Baldwin. D. A., & Ashburn, L. (2002). Evidence for "Motionese": Mothers modify their infant-directed actions. Developmental Science, 5, 72-83.
Evidence for "Motionese": Mothers Modify Their Infant-Directed Actions (Brand & Baldwin)
Social Psychology Articles
Brand, R., Markey, C., Mills, A. & Hodges, S.D. (2007). Sex differences in self-reported infidelity and its correlates. Sex Roles, 57, 101-109.
Brand, R.J., Bonatsos, A., D’Orazio, R., & DeShong, H. (in press). What is beautiful is good, even online. Computers in Human Behavior.
Sex Difference in Self-Reported Infidelity and it's Correlates (Brand/Markey/Mills/Hodges)