Newborn Movement Assessment™: The Evaluation and Stimulation of an Infant's Developmental Movements, Turner, p. March, 2016
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International Movement Conference 2018 - Harvard University, School of Medicine www.movementis.com, 27-29, July 2018
Infant Developmental Movement Patterns: Evaluation Techniques and Definitive Milestones, Michelle M. Turner, 2018 to be published in the journal Functional Neurology, Rehabilitation, and Ergonomics.
What is Standing? Redefining the Mechanics of Standing and Clinical Interventions - Kimberly N. Huggins, Michelle M. Turner, 2018
Neuroscience 2017 - Washington D.C.
Making Neuroscience Accessible for Parents with Special Needs- Poster presentation with Kimberly N Huggins
Creating Volitional Movement with Cerebral Palsy- Poster presentation with Kimberly N Huggins
International Movement Conference 2017 - Oxford University, Oxford, England www.movementis.com 9-11 July 2017
Turner's Theory of Opposition to Gravity and Locomotion* – Oral presentation
Perceptual Motion and Cognitive Development* - Oral presentation with Medhini Singaraju
Perpetual motion in human beings: The relationship of movement and acceleration in locomotion - Oral Poster presentation
Initiation and Stimulation of Functional Movement and System Mechanics *- Poster presentation with Kimberly N Huggins
* Functional Neurology, Rehabilitation, and Ergonomics • Vol. 7, No. 2
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