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Dr. Osnat Atun-Einy
 
Office Telephone Number: (972) 48249951
Fax Number: (972) 48288140
Electronic Address:  osnat.atuneiny@gmail.com
 

Research Areas

 

  •  Infant motor development.
  •  Premature Infants and Developmentally Appropriate Practice in neonatal intensive care units.      
  •  Infant handedness and footedness.
  •  Cultural impacts on infant motor development.
  •  Motor aspects of Autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

 

Education

 
Post-Doctoral Studies
2012- 2013: The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, with Prof. Sarah Berger - Head of the Child Development Laboratory.
The Department of Special Education: Cognitive & Motor Disabilities, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, with Prof. Paul Leseman Head of the Center for Cognitive and Motor Development.
 
Ph.D.
2006-2011: University of Haifa (summa cum laude).
Ph.D. Dissertation: 'Early motor laterality and the onset of pulling to stand:  longitudinal study in wakefulness and sleep".  
 
M.A.
1999-2001: University of Haifa, Department of Special Education (with distinction).
Master Thesis: 'Developmental & physical aspects of early intervention approaches in neonatal intensive care units in Israel".
 
B.P.T.
1989-1993: Tel-Aviv University, Departments of Physiotherapy.

 

 

Academic Ranks

 

From 10.2013: Lecturer, University of Haifa.

 
 
Publications
 
1.    Atun-Einy, O & Scher, A. (2008). Measuring Developmentally Appropriate   
       Practice in neonatal intensive care units. Journal of Perinatology: 28: 218-
       25.
 
2.    Atun-Einy, O, Berger, S & Scher, A. (2011). Pulling to Stand: Common
      Trajectories and Individual Differences in Development. Developmental
       Psychobiology: 54: 1-12.
 
3.    Cohen, D., Atun-Einy,O.& Scher, A. (2012). Seasonal Effect on Infants'
       Sleep Regulation: A Study in a Mediterranean Climate. Chronobiology international: 29: 1352-1357.
 
4.    Atun-Einy, O., Berger, S., & Scher, A. (2013). Assessing Motivation to Move and its   Relationship to 
      Motor Development in Infancy . Infant Behavior and
       Development, 36: 457-469.
 
5.    Atun-Einy, O., Cohen, D., Samuel, M., & Scher, A. (2013). Season of Birth,
      Crawling Onset, and Motor Development in 7-Month-Old Infants.Journal of
      Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 31,342-351.
 
6.    Atun-Einy, O.,Lotan, M., Harel, Y., Shavit, E.,  Burstein, S., & Kempner, G.    (2013). Physical 
       therapy for young children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum   Disorders–clinical frameworks model 
       in an Israeli setting. Frontiers in pediatrics, 19, 1-6.
 
7.    Atun-Einy, O., Berger, S. E., Ducz, J. & Scher, A. (2014), Strength of Infants'
       Bimanual Reaching Patterns is Related to the Onset of Upright Locomotion.
       Infancy, 19, 82-102.