We are interested in knowledge that infants possess very early in development, knowledge that infants acquire more gradually, and the kinds of experiences that support early knowledge acquisition. As part of this work, we measure infants’ attention to visual events and patterns of brain activation while infants view these events. The outcome of these studies will help us identify how the infant brain is organized and how infants learn about their world.
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STUDENTS interested in participating in the lab as a research assistant, click on the “Students” tab.
PARENTS who would like to bring your infant to the lab, click on the the “Parents” button in the navigation or select "Book Session" below. Each visit is relatively short (about 45 minutes) and parents and infants typically have fun. Come join us for a visit and contribute to science!
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