Specialisation: infancy, child development, perceptual development, art history
Emeritus Professor Beryl McKenzie, LaTrobe University, specialises in early human cognitive and perceptual development and in perceptual processing by clumsy children. Now working in the area of curatorship and art history.
. Emeritus Professor (Psychology) La Trobe University
- McKenzie, Beryl & Phipps, Jennifer (2001) Artists and Wunderkids, Artlink, 21(2):28-36.
- Skorji, V. & Mckenzie, B (1997) How do children who are clumsy remember modelled movements?, Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 39:404-408.
- Robinson J.A., McKenzie B.E., & Day R.H. (1996) Anticipatory reaching by infants and adults:The effects of object features and apertures in opaque and transparent screens, Child Development, 67:2641-2657.
- Newnham C., & McKenzie B.E. (1993) Crossmodal transfer of sequential visual and haptic shape information by clumsy children, Perception, 22:1061-1073.
- McKenzie, B.E. & Day, R.H. (1987) Perceptual development in infancy. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
- Demany L, McKenzie B, & Vurpillot E (1977) Rhythm perception in early infancy, Nature, 266:718-719.